Program type:


On Campus
Est. time to complete:

1-2 semesters
Credit Hours:

Expand your business skills beyond borders.
In an increasingly global marketplace, the ability to conduct business around the world is a vital component to any company's success.

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International Business Certificate Highlights

The Ryan College of Business ranked 9th in Texas and 61st in the South by
Management program ranked 6th among public universities in the Southwest and 38th among public universities in the nation by Texas A&M/University of Georgia Rankings of Management Department Research Productivity
More than 700 of our graduates are CEOs or presidents of organizations.
UNT business students have earned top spots in IBM’s Master the Mainframe contest for North America, the Global Family Enterprise Case Competition and TD Ameritrade’s “thinkorswim” virtual stock-trading challenge.
The G. Brint Ryan College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series provides students and faculty with an opportunity to learn from prominent executives and leaders in the business community.
The G. Brint Ryan College of Business is one of the largest business schools in the nation and contributes to the economic development of the region.

International Business Certificate Courses You Could Take

Topics in International Business Practices and Policies (3 hrs)
Topics include analysis of issues in accounting, marketing, management, finance, the legal environment, or information systems between international companies and U.S. companies. Students are introduced to the business practices and the role culture plays in transacting business internationally.
International Finance (3 hrs)
International and regional financial institutions and arrangements; balance of payments, theory, adjustments and impact on world trade; role of commercial and central banks in financing international flow; financing exports and imports; the instruments and markets of foreign exchange; determination of exchange rates.
Global Alliances and International Supply Chain Management (3 hrs)
Supply chain and alliance strategy in the multi-national firms. Materials management, international sourcing and distribution, and importing/exporting procedures. International carrier management and operations are examined.
International Management Perspectives
A comprehensive framework is used to study the management of multinational operations in cross-cultural environments with a focus on the decisions that managers must make. Topics include strategic planning, organization, human resources, operations management, entrepreneurship and ethics.
Global Marketing Issues and Practice
Students examine marketing decision making in an international context. Course emphasizes issues and concepts relevant to firms competing in the global marketplace, including problems and opportunities arising from the economic, legal/political, sociocultural, geographic and technological environments. Specific topics include multinational distribution, international product adaptation and cross-cultural consumer behavior. Requires a project emphasizing using and refining secondary data collection skills. Students may be required to work in a group context
International Business Law (3 hrs)
Examination of selected aspects of the international legal environment affecting transnational commerce. Consideration of relevant U.S. constitutional, treaty and statutory provisions; international conventions and agreements; sovereign immunity and act of state doctrines, nationalization and expropriation.

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