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Certificate

International Business

Offered as part of the Master of Business Administration program, this certificate consists of interdepartmental course offerings. Candidates who wish to qualify for a Certificate in International Business must complete a minimum of 11 credit hours (4 courses).

Curriculum

  • BACC 7117  International Accounting1 - 3 credits
  • BACC 7118  Doing Business in the Middle East - 3 credits
  • BFIN 7216    International Finance - 3 credits
  • BFIN 7221    Risk Management* - 3 credits
  • BHRM 7535 International Human Resource Management - 3 credits
  • BHRM 7550 Cultural Dimensions of International Business* - 3 credits
  • BINT 6907   Global Strategy - 3 credits
  • BINT 9900   Seminar on the Multinational Corporation* - 3 credits
  • BLAW 7323 International Law - 3 credits
  • BMBA 9202 International Perspective* - 2 credits
  • BMGT 6900 The Environment of Global Business - 3 credits
  • BMGT 7527 International Management in Developing Countries - 3 credits
  • BMGT 7529 Doing Business in China - 3 credits
  • BMGT 7931 International Management  - 3 credits
  • BMGT 7962 Managerial Negotiating - 3 credits
  • BMGT 7991 Management of Foreign Operations - 3 credits
  • BMGT 9320 Managing Knowledge Workers - 3 credits
  • BITM 7442   Electronic Commerce - 3 credits
  • BMKT 7615 Comparative Marketing Systems - 3 credits
  • BMKT 7617 International Marketing - 3 credits
  • BMKT 7618 International Retailing - 3 credits
  • BMKT 7633 Cases in Strategic Marketing - 3 credits
  • BMKT 7993 Multinational Corporations in the Asian Market* - 3 credits
  • BTAX 7033  Multinational Tax Considerations2 - 3 credits
  • BTAX 7039  Multinational Tax Seminar2 - 3 credits
  • ECON 7410  Global Economic Change - 3 credits
  • ECON 7412  The Japanese Economy - 3 credits
  • ECON 7441  International Trade - 3 credits

1 Requires permission from the chair of the Department of Accounting & Taxation.
2  Requires permission from the director of the MS in Taxation Program. Additional electives may be approved by the program director.

In addition to providing an opportunity for matriculated Seton Hall graduate students to study international business, the certificate is available on a non-degree basis to qualified working professionals who hold a graduate degree. For non-business students, BMGT 6900 must be taken as a prerequisite for all other courses, except for those marked with an asterisk (*).

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Many of our full-time faculty have attended top Ph.D. programs and are in demand as lecturers, consultants and media experts. Stillman School faculty provide an academic experience characterized by high faculty-student engagement, often partnering with students on research and other projects.

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