The Graduate Certificate in International Business explores governmental intervention in international business, international monetary systems, the balance of payments analysis, and foreign exchange markets and currencies. Learners will examine specific issues associated with entering overseas markets and with conducting international marketing operations. They will evaluate the complexities of operating in foreign environments and managing multinational organizational relationships and study the principles underlying the legal environment of global business. Learners will analyze a comparative study of the institutional characteristics and internal efficiencies of developed and undeveloped capital markets through the analysis of corporate behavior and decision-making from the context of ethical and global issues.

Quick Facts:

  • Credits required: 18
  • Cost per credit: $545
  • Program length: 1 year (full-time status)

Time to degree completion can be accelerated by taking multiple courses in a term and through credits accepted in transfer.

What you’ll learn

Explore governmental intervention in international business, international monetary systems, balance of payments analysis, and foreign exchange markets and currencies.

Examine specific issues associated with entering overseas markets and with conducting international marketing operations.

Evaluate the complexities of operating in foreign environments and managing multi-national organizational relationships.

Study the principles underlying the legal environment of global business.

Analyze a comparative study of the institutional characteristics and internal efficiencies of developed and undeveloped capital markets.

Analyze corporate behavior and decision-making from the context of ethical and global issues.

Career Outcomes

Opportunities in the following areas:

International Finance

International Business / Trade / Commerce

International Marketing

Certificate in International Business Requirements

Certificate Requirements Credits
Required Courses (6) 18
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE CBIB 18

Courses + Credits

CalSouthern’s Certificate in International Business is an 18-credit program comprised of the following six (6) required courses:

Required Courses

  • IB 87512 International Economics — 3-credits
  • IB 87513 International Marketing — 3-credits
  • IB 87514  Cultural Environments of International Business — 3-credits
  • IB 87517 International Business Law — 3-credits
  • IB 87518 International Financial Management — 3-credits
  • MGT 86519 Ethics in Business — 3-credits

Download the University Catalog for full course descriptions, prerequisite information, and program details.

I chose CalSouthern due to the flexibility of the schedule and the regional accreditation. The ability to schedule a month off without any difficulty made it possible for me to control my work and academic load more effectively.

– Tami McHugh, School of Business and Management

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Call us at: 1.800.477.2254 | Email: admissions@calsouthern.edu

Accreditation & Approvals

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California Southern University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), which is one of six regional accrediting bodies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Regional accreditation is the most highly respected and recognized form of accreditation in the United States, and it provides students with a number of important benefits and opportunities. www.wscuc.org

California Southern University’s Bachelor, Master, and Doctor in Business Administration are accredited through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). www.acbsp.org

Please visit the Accreditation & Licensure page to learn more.

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