Professional with a strong entrepreneurial and leadership orientation, who is capable of identifying,planning and implementing business projects at companies with international activities. They understandthe distinctive characteristics of cultures that interact in the different economic blocs around the world;take advantage of opportunities for trading goods and services internationally; and know how to bringforeign products into domestic markets, including the understanding of what is needed for foreign directinvestment deals and operations.
*Only in Campus Tijuana.
- Interest in studying administration and business.
- Dedication to higher education-level coursework demand.
- Interpersonal relations skills.
- Negotiation skills.
- Ability to work in interdisciplinary teams.
- Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
- Critical, analytical, abstract reasoning and argumentation skills.
- Preference for technical and scientific reading.
Graduates of this program will be capable of creating business plans for companies with international trade activities, formulating international business strategies based on market and environmental analysis, and negotiating in multicultural business contexts while being open and respectful of diversity.
- Information Management
- Oral and Written
Communication in Spanish
- Financial Accounting
- Private Law
- Introduction to the Bachelor
in International Business
- Research Methodology
- Intermediate Accounting
- Legal Framework of
- Geography of International Business
- Globalization, Culture and Society
- Financial Analysis
- Marketing Management
- Labor Law and Social Security
- International Economics
- Contemporary Art and Culture
- Operations Management
- Talent Management
- International Marketing
- Transcultural Behavior
- Oral and Written
Communication in English
- Administrative Accounting
- Management Information Systems
- Supply Chain Management
- International Trade
- International Market Analysis
- Human Being and Society
- Financial Management
- Global Citizenship
- Global Strategic Management
- Foreign Trade Regulations
- Human Being and Sustainability
- Entrepreneurship Development
- Elective I
- International Finance
- Customs Management
- Human Being and Ethics
- Elective II
- International Business Seminar
- International Negotiation Skills
- International Logistics
Distinctive Elements of CETYS Education
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
- Linkage with the Community.
- Culture of Information.
- Social Responsibility
- National and international corporations.
- Embassies and representative offices abroad.
- International Sales Manager
- Export and Import Manager or Director.
- Commercial Attaché in other countries.
- Foreign Investment Promotion.
This program is accredited by
See the previous curriculum here (In spanish)