Bachelor of Commerce – International Business
Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – International Business degree program will help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to carve out a career not only in a multinational company but also in nimble, fast-paced small- and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurial ventures.
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,710 per semester|
|Location:||Lakeshore Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
The Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – International Business degree program combines a balanced approach to teaching business featuring case studies, problem solving, modelling and data analytics in support of decision-making. Course content, skill-building activities and projects maintain a strong focus on the three pillars of marketing, finance and operations.
Our program starts with a foundation of business studies in areas such as consumer behaviour, micro and macroeconomics, finance and accounting, law, marketing, and operations management. Specialization courses in international business will give you the opportunity to gain practical skills through applied projects such as creating a full business and strategic plan to launch a business in an external market. You will gain experience developing processes from concept through to execution. Examples of specialization courses include Intercultural Communications, International Finance, International Logistics, International Marketing, and International Trade Law.
You will learn from experienced professors and a network of industry professionals who provide feedback on industry projects.
- Business Law
- Business Information Systems
- Business Communications
- Organizational Behaviour
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Business today is highly complex, interconnected and increasingly global with vast amounts of goods, services and capital crossing borders daily. Our program will provide you with the broad perspective and understanding needed to develop a successful career in business here in Canada and anywhere around the world.
The international trade sector is absolutely central to the Canadian economy. According to Statistics Canada, total international trade (exports plus imports of goods and services to and from other countries) accounted for almost two-thirds of Canada’s gross domestic product at market prices in 2017. In addition to trade in goods and commodities, Canada is a major player in the services trade including areas such as energy, finance, financial services and technical services. This is a fast-growing sector that has tripled in value in the last 20 years and carries increasing demand for skills in all areas.
Our degree is cross-functional and will prepare you for a range of industries depending on your preferences and skills including foreign investment; external business development; logistics; customs; freight forwarding; trade consulting; international financial and risk management; and international marketing, sales, and research.
A day in the life of an international business professional could involve reaching all the way around the world, either in person or virtually. Your day-to-day work will be varied and exciting – everything from drafting a full-fledged business plan for expansion into a new international market, to planning and executing the logistics of getting a product across oceans.