Applicants must meet the admission requirements listed below:
- General College Admission Requirements
- Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada or an equivalent credential from an approved institution of a different country. Any applicant who earned their credential in a language other than English must meet the Douglas College English language proficiency requirement.
Please note: to be successful in the program, it is strongly recommended that applicants have a solid foundation in Math and have achieved a grade of at least a C in Math 11 (Precalculus or Foundations).
- Successful completion of 60 credits
- 70% (42 credits) of all coursework must be completed at Douglas College
- A minimum grade of C- in each individual course is required
- A minimum of a 2.00 GPA is required
|Course Number||Course Title||Credits|
|FINC 1231 (See Note 1)||Commercial & Financial Math||3.00|
|BUSN 2429 (See Note 2)||Business Statistics I||3.00|
|Choose one course from the following two options:|
|BUSN 1200||Fundamentals of Business||3.00|
|ECON 1103||Globalization and the World Economy||3.00|
|ACCT 3008||Financial and Managerial Accounting for Managers||3.00|
|BUSN 1210||Management Essentials||3.00|
|BUSN 3100||Trade in the Global Marketplace||3.00|
|BUSN 3200||Global Trade Finance||3.00|
|BUSN 3380||Operations Management||3.00|
|BUSN 3410||Global Supply Chain Management||3.00|
|BUSN 3500||Business Entry Strategies||3.00|
|BLAW 3700 (formally BUSN 3700)||Fundamentals of International Trade Law||3.00|
|BUSN 3386||Supply Materials Management||3.00|
|BUSN 3388||Supply Chain Planning||3.00|
|BUSN 3390||Continuous Improvement||3.00|
|BUSN 4275 (See Note 3)||Business Strategy (CAPSTONE)||3.00|
|CSIS 2200||Systems Analsyis and Design||3.00|
|COBA 3200||Project Management||3.00|
|MARK 1120||Introductory Marketing||3.00|
|MARK 3300||International Marketing||3.00|
|MARK 4441||Marketing Research||3.00|
Note 3: BUSN 4275 should be taken in the last semester
Students who complete this program will benefit in the following ways:
- Obtain general business knowledge (Management, Business Mathematics) and pre-requisite foundational skills that are required to successfully complete third/fourth year program courses.
- Obtain general knowledge about Supply Chain Management principles related to goods and service industries.
- Obtain specific knowledge about Continuous Improvement principles to successfully attain a Lean or Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.
- Obtain specific knowledge about International Business Management to receive an industry recognized FITT Diploma in International Trade.
- Obtain specific knowledge about Supply Chain Management principles required to pass independent industry certification examinations; the APICS (American Production and Inventory Control Society) CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) certification.
- Simultaneously students will be learn the skills to: develop and implement market entry and distribution plans; perform corporate strategic needs assessments; undertake effective international trade research; analyze various types of international trade agreements; make costing, pricing, promotion and distribution policies; develop and implement effective international marketing plans; choose the right course of action for financing international deals and create an effective budget for a firm's international activities; analyze potential buyers/suppliers; and formulate cost-effective strategies for the movement of goods and services across international borders.