International Business

International Business is designed to prepare you for a career in the global marketplace. It will introduce you to the different facets of managing an organization in the modern, global context of enterprise. Courses with an international focus are also found in other areas of discipline such as Marketing, Finance, and Management & Labour Studies.

Students interested in International Business can specialize in the area or enrol in individual courses.

Bachelor of Commerce with International Business Specialization

An International Business specialization will provide students the background knowledge to pursue a career as a Business Development Manager, External Auditor, Trade Policy Analyist, Strategic Planner, or other career in the field. 

Gate-in courses – Minimum grade of “65” in each

  • MGMT-2430, Human Resources Management
  • FINA-2710, Business Finance II
  • MKTG-2320, Marketing Problems – Applications & Decisions

One of the following:

  • ECON-3730, Int’l Economics: Trade Theory & Policy
  • ECON-3740, International Economics: Exchange Rates/Balance of Payments
  • *POLS-2330, Politics of the Developing World
  • *POLS-2490, Political Economy of Agriculture and Food
  • POLS-3230, Government and Business
  • POLS-3540, Political Problems of Economic Development
  • POLS-3550,Political Economy of International Trade
  • POLS-3560, Theories of International Political Economy
  • POLS-3600, International Conflict and Its Resolution
  • GRMN-3000, Advanced German I
  • ITLN-3000, Advanced Italian I
  • SPAN-3000, Advanced Spanish I
  • FREN-3170, French for Business

*No pre-requisite required

Minimum overall average of “67” in 4 the following (+Capstone):

  • MGMT-3830, International Human Resources Mgmt
  • FINA-3710, Intermediate Finance
  • FINA-3790, International Financial Management
  • MKTG-4350, International Marketing
  • MKTG-4380, International Logistics
  • STEN-3930, International Business
  • STEN-4900, Strategy in the Global Business Environment

Capstone course – Minimum grade of “70” in one of the following (not already taken above):

  • MKTG-4350, International Marketing
  • MKTG-4380, International Logistics
  • STEN-4900, Strategy in the Global Business Environment

Business Academic Advising is available for Business students by booking an appointment on mySuccess.

For more information on the Strategy courses offered at the Odette School of Business, please contact:

Ms. Dina Labelle

Strategy Area Secretary

519-253-3000 ext. 3094 f: 519-973-7073