International Business scholars focus on the cultural, political, economic and linguistic elements required to succeed in today’s global market. Companies in the international market or those looking to enter it will use an international economist to watch the trends, examine economies, and make projections about the places they are interested in doing business with or continuing. Courses in the International Business Management program include Leadership, Economics, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Organization, Logistics, Communication, Law and Finance. George Brown College is continually striving to improve its programs and their delivery.
The major effect being felt from this crisis is that people are losing their jobs and new job creation is not keeping pace with unemployment. Master’s program in International Business is open to candidates with an undergraduate degree or equivalent and English proficiency.
Professionals in international banking who issue and amend international letters of credit can obtain their Certified Documentary Credit Specialist designation. With an international business degree, you can go beyond the domestic side and examine how the international segments of the company can be improved. An applicant is considered a college transfer applicant if they have completed some or all of a college-level credential.
Business Accounting Finance for Non-Accountants This module introduces the basics of Management and Financial Accounting for students who do not intend to follow a career in Accounting. George Brown College has partnered with FITT (Forum for International Trade Training) to offer the FITT skills program.
You will train in advanced problem solving in an international context, and learn theoretical concepts, models, and tools derived from relevant research. Honours students have access to the Business School’s Undergraduate Resource Centre at 16 Buccleuch Place.