International Business Management – Logistics System

Program Introduction

This two-year post-graduate program in International Business Management - Logistics enables graduates to enter the industry as business professionals, capable of investigating target market demands and determining the best opportunities for export. This program builds the necessary skills to understand, monitor, and influence the effective and efficient movement of goods and services across international borders. Employers are looking for graduates who can analyze financial statements, manage cash flow and apply the most appropriate International Commercial Terms to transfer the cost and risk when moving goods from the seller to the buyer. Graduates will be well prepared to develop viable market entry strategies for foreign markets and to create project management plans for international ventures. These capabilities will offer the competitive advantage that today’s global organizations need.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma, Degree, or equivalent.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates will qualify for entry positions including international trade research assistant, international marketing manager, account manager, freight dispatcher, transport logistics controller, supply chain analyst, inventory control specialist, warehouse manager, purchasing officer, and supply chain consultant.

International Students
The language proficiency requirement is IELTS 6.0 with no band lower than 5.5, or PTE (Pearson Test of English) Level 54, or TOEFL paper-based test (PBT) score of 550, or internet-based test (iBT) score of 78, or computer-based test (CBT) score of 213, Duolingo score of 100.

Courses

Semester 1

Code Title Credits
IBM100

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3
IBM110

 

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR GLOBAL MANAGERS 3
IBM120

 

PRODUCT AND SERVICE DEVELOPMENT 3
IBM130

 

FEASIBILITY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE 4
IBM150

 

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AND REPORT WRITING 3
IBM160

 

CANADIAN BUSINESS: PROFILE & PRACTICES 3

 

Semester 2

Code Title Credits
IBM200

 

INTERNATIONAL TRADE, ECONOMICS AND CURRENT TOPICS 3
IBM210

 

INTERNATIONAL MARKET ENTRY STRATEGIES 3
IBM220

 

GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN 3
IBM230

 

INTERNATIONAL TRADE FINANCE 3
IBM250

 

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING AND SALES 3
IBM260

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SIMULATION 6

 

Semester 3

Code Title Credits
IBM1000

 

OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 3
IBM1001

 

LEGAL ASPECTS OF TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT 2
IBM1002

 

ESSENTIALS OF FREIGHT FORWARDING 3
IBM1003

 

PROCUREMENT COMPETITIVE BIDDING AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 3
IBM1004

 

TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT: DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL 3
IBM1005

 

TRANSPORTATION AND TRADE 3
IBM1006

 

COMMUNICATIONS AND NEGOTIATIONS 3

 

Semester 4

Code Title Credits
IBM2000

 

THE CANADIAN CUSTOM'S PROCESS 4
IBM2001

 

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT MARKET 4
IBM2010

 

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL CONCEPTS 3
IBM2003

 

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 3
IBM2004

 

SPECIALIZED FREIGHT SERVICES 3
IBM2012

 

CAPSTONE PROJECT 3