This program prepares individuals to be able to understand how international business operates and to prepare individuals in professions in international business realm.
Enrollment completer projections are at 25-35 students annually. There is a projected growth of 2-5%
The goal of this certificate is to explain the key elements of international business. It will now be composed of only discipline courses, all of which count towards an Associate of Science degree. Students will focus solely on International Business coursework, to prepare them for a career in International Business.
(Y1 or S1)
|BUS-10/10H||Introduction to Business/Introduction to Business Honors||3||S1|
|BUS-40||International Business - Principles||3||S2|
|BUS-43||International Business Marketing||3||S1|
|BUS-46||International Business - Introduction to Importing/exporting||3||S1|
Students who begin in the Fall semester should take BUS10, BUS-43, BUS-46, BUS-48 and take BUS-40 in the Spring.
Students beginning in the spring semester should take BUS-10 and BUS-40 in the spring and BUS43, BUS-46, BUS-48 in the fall.
Diann Thursby · 05/13/19
Received regional recommendation at 5-13-2019 IEDRC Deans Meeting.