Graduate Certificate in International Business
The graduate certificate in international business is designed to prepare students to succeed and lead in today's global economy. Upon completion of the program, participants should expect to have the skills and knowledge to assess and act upon the opportunities and challenges in the global business environment.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including one 3-credit required course and 9 credits in elective courses.
|Must be completed before beginning the certificate program.|
|MBAD 6245||Global Perspectives|
|ACCY 6900||Special Topics (Macroeconomics for the Global Economy)|
|9 credits in elective courses in any 6000 level IBUS course and the following:|
|ACCY 6110||International Reporting and Control|
|ACCY 6112||International Financial Reporting Standards|
|ECON 6269||Economy of China I|
|ECON 6285||Economic Development of Latin America|
|ECON 6292||Topics in International Trade|
|ECON 6293||Topics in International Finance|
|ECON 6294||Topics in Economic Development|
|IAFF 6158||Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy|
|PSC 6439||International Political Economy|