Concentration in International Business Management:
- This concentration is available for all degree students.
- Successful completion of at least 21 credits
- 12 credits upper level coursework required
- Concentrations are not noted on the credential but will be noted on the transcript
- Students taking this concentration will have completed the educational requirements for the Forum for International Trade Training - Certified International Trade Professional designation (FITT - CITP) industry credential. For information on additional requirements for the credential, students will want to contact the Douglas College Director of Business Programs or the industry body.
Course Requirements (see note):
|Select four courses from (see note 2):
||International Trade Finance
||Global Supply Chain Management
||Business Entry Strategies, International
||Fundamentals of International Trade Law
|Select three CBA Electives:
|CBA Electives (see note 2)
||Any three courses (1000-4000 level) from ACCT, BUSN, CSIS/CISY, CMPT (check with department), COBA, ECON, FINC, HOSP or MARK
1. Students in a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program will likely have met all pre-requisite requirements upon entering this concentration. On the other hand, non-BBA students will need to take special note of: (a) required pre-requisites to ensure they are able to enroll in the required courses and (b) suggested courses, skills and/or competencies. This information can be found on the Douglas College Course Catalogue website.
2. Because the industry requirements get updated occasionally, students wanting the FITT- CITP should check with the Director of Business Programs to determine if these CBA electives credits should be used to take additional courses to meet the FITT - CITP credential.
There are no separate admission requirements for a concentration, but students must be enrolled in a degree program in order to complete a concentration.
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