International Business & Logistics Concentration
Do you have an itching travel bug? Ever wonder how the things you use on daily basis get manufactured and eventually shipped to Canada? You'll learn all of this and more by studying International Business & Logistics. Some career opportunity outcomes you can expect include: Entrepreneur, Export/Import Manager, International Trade Specialist, Business Strategy Consultant, Global Logistics Manager, Sourcing and Procurement Manager, Marketing Specialist, Business Development Manager, Trade Compliance Specialist, and Pricing Analyst.
Concentrations are declared in Year 3 of your studies. The following five (5) courses are required to be completed in order to graduate with a Bachelor Of Business Administration with the International Business & Logistics concentration. Concentrations are declared using this form.
IBUS 321 - International Business
IBUS 340 - International Trade and Law
Three (3) credits from:
IBUS 341 - Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management
IBUS 356 - Global Distribution and Logistics
IBUS 357 - International Marketing
IBUS 358 - Principles of Quality Management
BFIN 353 - International Finance
IBUS 405 - Applied Projects in Supply Chain and Logistics
IBUS 434 - Advanced Topics in Cross-Cultural Business
IBUS 440 - Advanced Topics in International Business
Additional IBUS courses
IBUS 231 - Introduction to International Commerce
IBUS 234 - Introduction to Cross Culture Communication
IBUS 243 - Global Marketing and Advertising
IBUS 255 - Cross-Cultural Business
IBUS 256 - Introduction to Supply Chain Management and Sustainability
IBUS 368 - International Entrepreneurship
For a list of course descriptions and their prerequisites, click here.