In just one year, this program gives you the skills you need to begin an exciting career in global business.
The professors who teach Sheridan's International Business courses are personally experienced in international business. They are continually updating the program so that it accurately reflects current international market conditions, challenges and regulations.
Things you'll do and learn
- Develop a foreign market entry strategy for a specific product or service.
- Research and analyze potential international opportunities.
- Create a customized international business plan to support the global initiative of a real company.
- Learn to navigate cultural differences among trading partners and clients.
Networking and industry connections
In addition to helping you hone your business report writing and presentation skills, your professors will bring in guest speakers who are active in international business, introduce you to networking and industry association events, and teach you how to undertake a search for international employment.
You will also participate in group presentations and upgrade your software skills to include applications used in international business.
Eligible students (see About Co-op) can acquire invaluable work experience in the international business field through a work-term cooperative education assignment following completion of the academic portion of the program. This training experience gives you an ideal way to apply what you have learned in class and explore different career paths.
The J.M. Cochrane Memorial Award bestows two $600 awards to graduates each year.