Undergraduate ProgramsCertificate in International Trade & Investment

The International Trade and Investment Certificate Program offers you a unique opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills needed to participate in the robust trade and investment opportunities present in the Miami area. You'll gain knowledge in the import/export function, franchising and licensing, managing global operations, marketing abroad and negotiating with businesspeople from other countries.

The program is open to all FIU degree-seeking undergraduate students and offers you the opportunity to complement your major field of study with an additional concentration in International Trade and Investment.

Any FIU degree-seeking undergraduate students who want to complement their major field of study with additional insights into international trade and investment.

FIU students wishing to earn a Certificate in International Trade and Investment must apply for the certificate  program and complete six of the following courses (18 credit hours) with a grade of “C” or higher in each course.

Certificate in International Trade & Investment: 5 courses required (15 credit hours)
MAN 3025   Organization and Management
OR    
MAN 3022   Introduction to Management
AND    
MAN 4600   International Management
MAN 4602   International Business
MAN 4673   Trade Policy and Business
MAN 4613   International Risk Assessment
MAN 4653   Foreign Direct Investment

Elective Courses: 1 course required (3 credit hours)
FIN 4604   International Finance
FIN 4634 International Banking
MAN 4442   International Business Negotiations
MAN 4633 MNC Strategy
MAN 4956   Study Abroad in International Business
MAR 4144   Export Marketing
MAR 4156   International Marketing

Please download the application form and submit via email to jgrooms@fiu.edu.

If you have any specific questions, please contact Janite Grooms at 305.348.6834 or via email at jgrooms@fiu.edu.

Download the Brochure here.

The University requires students to meet with their academic advisors before the end of the term in which they will earn 90 cumulative credit hours to conduct preliminary degree checks and develop plans that will determine the manner in which students will complete unfulfilled degree requirements. Once students and advisors complete these preliminary degree checks, any changes to student degree programs, majors, minors, or academic tracks that may have an impact on time required to complete degrees or counts of excess credit hours will require written approval from the College Dean. Please note that students who have declared dual degree or double majors as part of their program plans and do not complete the requirements of these program plans will not be eligible for refunds of excess credit hour surcharges associated with incomplete portions of their program plans.

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