The Global Business Management program allows you to prepare for a wide variety of business management careers and gives you the time to decide which is best for you. No business experience, no prerequisite courses required – just your bachelor’s degree and the desire to find your place in the world of business management.
In your first year, the core curriculum covers the major functional areas of business and develops the qualities that every business wants in their managers: leadership, communications, creativity, problem-solving, teamwork, strategic planning and much more.
For your second year, you choose one of nine specialization streams to suit your individual needs and preferences. These streams include:
Advertising Media Management
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Human Resources Management
International Business Management
Note: Specialization stream availability depends on the term in which second year is started.Courses Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Collect, process and interpret data used to support international business.
Develop, execute and analyze the results of a comprehensive global business plan which includes complete marketing, operations, financial and human resources strategies and tactics, taking into account the impact of various economic, legal, cultural, geographical, and political situations on international business.
Conduct business with diverse populations using culturally appropriate methods in compliance with relevant national and international law, legislation, policies, and regulations.
Assist in the importing and exporting functions of a business.
Plan, direct, execute and evaluate individual and team projects.
Implement strategies utilizing domestic and foreign government programs, policies, and agencies which facilitate international trade.
Apply financial knowledge and skill to the operation of an international business.
Apply leadership and teamwork skills establishing and maintaining working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, clients, customers and consumers.
Apply quality control and assurance programs to sourcing and supplying.
Apply the principles of business ethics and international corporate responsibility.
Develop new products and services consistent with evolving market needs.
Evaluate the viability of marketing a product or service in an international market or markets.
Develop personal professional development strategies and plans to enhance leadership and management skills.
There is a work placement (320 hours minimum) in the fourth semester designed to give you the hands-on, practical work experience that employers are looking for.
Students choose one specialization stream only. Stream availability depends on the term in which semester 3 is started, as follows:
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For maximum Specialization Stream choice, students should plan to start semester 3 in the fall term. Specialization Stream choice is limited if semester 3 is started in the winter or summer terms. Semesters 3 and 4 must be taken in consecutive terms.
Upon graduation, you may be able to choose from a wide variety of management career fields, thanks to the rich breadth of content in this unique program. Prepare for a career in:
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Business, Accounting & Management Success Stories
Finance Student Continues Studies at Queen's University
Tue, January 21, 2020
Bachelor of Commerce – Finance degree graduate, Yingni Wang, was accepted into the Master of Finance Program at Queen’s University.
The majority of students accepted into this program have completed CFA Level 1, including Yingni, who passed her CFA Level 1 exam when she graduated in June 2017. Congratulations and all the best!
Business Professor Presents Research at IEOM Conference
Fri, December 27, 2019
Supply Chain Management Professor Nabeel Mandahawi presented two papers at the IEOM conference.
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Faculty of Business News
NKUHT Deans Attend International Education Week
Mon, December 02, 2019
For International Education Week 2019, the Faculty of Business welcomed two Deans from the National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism.
Students Connect with Employers at First Annual Fall Career Fair
Wed, November 27, 2019
The Faculty of Business Work-Integrated Learning Centre hosted a successful career fair on October 29th at Toronto Grand Convention Centre.
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