Business: International - Level III (Certificate N0472)

Business Division
Certificate N0472

Upon completion of the Business: International Level III Certificate, students will have acquired the specific skills needed to successfully complete international business transactions. Students will gain a practical, hands-on perspective of how to compete in a global system of conflicting laws, regulations, and requirements.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
Completion of the Business: International - Level I coursework9
PLUS
Completion of the Business: International - Level II coursework10
PLUS
Completion of the Business: International - Level III coursework9
Total Units28
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Business: International - Level I Coursework
BUSM 20Principles of Business3
BUSM 51Principles of International Business3
BUSS 36Principles of Marketing3
Total Units9
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Business: International - Level II Coursework
BUSM 61Business Organization and Management3
BUSM 66Small Business Management3
Choose one from the following:4
Elementary Chinese
Elementary French
Elementary German
Elementary Italian
Elementary Japanese
Elementary Korean
Elementary Spanish
Spanish for the Spanish Speaking
Total Units10
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Business: International - Level III Coursework
BUSM 50World Culture: A Business Perspective3
BUSM 52Principles of Exporting and Importing3
BUSM 53Supply Chain Management3
Total Units9
Special Information

Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be able to:

  • Explain how a small business can prepare to conduct export operations.
  • Define key international trade documentation requirements.
  • Describe types of international trade transportation intermediaries.

    Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.

This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.
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Plan of Study Grid
Fall Term 1Units
BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3 3
BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3 3
BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3 3
Certificate: Business International L1 E0527 7  
Submit petition to Admissions Records Submit petition to Admissions Records  
 Units9
Spring Term 1
BUSM 61 Business Organization and Management 3 3
BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3 3
Certificate: Business International L2 N0471 1  
Submit petition to Admissions Records Submit petition to Admissions Records  
 Units6
Fall Term 2
BUSM 52 Principles of Exporting and Importing 3 3
BUSM 50 World Culture: A Business Perspective 3 3
BUSL 20 3  
BUSL 20 pending deactivation; Complete BUSM 53 3  
Variance needed-contact Business Dept. Chair Variance needed-contact Business Dept. Chair  
Certificate: Business International L3 N0472 2  
Submit petition to Admissions Records Submit petition to Admissions Records  
 Units6
 Total Units21
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