The option in international management is designed to help students develop an understanding of the distinctive problems that arise in international business and to develop strategic decision-making skills in relation to those problems. Students also have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in a particular area of international management.
Compulsory courses study the global business environment, including general concepts and international institutional framework, as well as the development and implementation of policies and strategies by multinational corporations. Students should note that these concepts are examined from the perspective of Canadian corporations. Students also have the opportunity to begin learning a third language (other than English and French).
Students in the International Management option must complete at least 12 of the 120-credit program requirement abroad as part of an international exchange with one of the Telfer School of Management's international partner institutions.
CO-OP and French immersion are available in this program.