To lead your organization into the 21st century, you’ll need to understand the challenges of the global marketplace.
By choosing CSU-Global’s international management certificate or specialization, you’re setting yourself up to succeed in worldwide commerce. You’ll learn how to effectively manage the many aspects of international business. You’ll gain a broad understanding of the cultural, political, regulatory, and economic factors involved. You’ll also be able to manage a multi-cultural and remote workforce, analyze competitive markets around the world, and develop comprehensive business plans for global expansion.
This program is a must if you are interested in a career in a multi-national industry or organization, or if your company is expanding overseas and you want to help lead the way.
This program consists of four graduate online international management courses for a total of 12 credit hours.
This course addresses the role of international political and economic issues and the challenges facing trade and foreign business policies in developing nations which seek to attract business investments. Students evaluate the potential business opportunities and the risks associated with global expansion projects, as well as the role of labor and access to natural resources, and the utilization of International Monetary Fund (IMF) resources and foreign investment. Analyses of cultural, economic, societal, and political differences framed within the context of international commerce provide a background for strategic decisions.
This course addresses the theory and role that international trade plays in economic integration and development through trade policy. Students review regional and country specific political agendas, including protectionism and sanctions, and gain an understanding of a multinational approach to trade regulations.United States.
This course examines the corporate financial management process, taking into account international variations relevant to conducting business globally. Topics include global financial markets, foreign exchange and derivatives markets, risks associated with foreign investment, and regulatory issues affecting foreign investment. Students discuss investment and financial exchange differences with a focus on limitation of loss and enhancement of returns.
This course examines the factors that affect international business. Topics include the analysis of a country for prospective business opportunities, including the assessment of internal cultural and societal characteristics, how economic policies and regulations relate to trade activities, natural resource, labor, and outsourcing opportunities and their influence on the advancement of multinational enterprises. Challenging and unique considerations in the formulation and execution of organizational expansion considerations are addressed.