International Business

Professional Profile

The International Business Program trains professionals specialized in global business management. It provides theoretical and practical knowledge required to train professionals who may hold executive positions in multinational companies. It trains strategists skilled in competitive and successful international insertion who master modern financing mechanisms and new trading instruments required by the global market.

Upon completion of the Program, graduates of International Business will be able to:

  • Hold executive positions in multinational companies.
  • Apply knowledge focused on global economy.
  • Develop existing international markets and create new ones.
  • Master modern financing mechanisms required by global market.
  • Work in international organizations and entities that support international commercial management.
  • Develop a vision for international businesses to perform a project or a self-owned company.

Professional Skills

Cognitive Skills

Graduates of International Business will be able to develop skills to work in the following areas:

  • Foreign trade management. 
  • International economics. 
  • International market intelligence. 
  • Market access. 
  • Specialized international businesses. 
  • Introduction to international finances. 
  • Advanced finances. 
  • Quantitative methods. 
  • Business statistics. 
  • Microeconomics. 
  • Macroeconomics. 
  • Law.
  • Introduction to marketing.
  • Capital market.
  • Business innovation.
  • Strategic administration.
  • Market research.
  • Operations management.

Attitudinal Skills

Graduates of International Business will have the following skills that will potentially enable them to apply their knowledge in national or international organizations:

  • Mathematical logic skills.
  • Analysis and synthesis skills.
  • Critical thinking.
  • Social skills.
  • Teamwork skills.
  • Orientation and disposition towards national and international clients and consumers.
  • Persuasion skills.
  • Ability to introduce ideas.

Values-Based Skills

Graduates will have been educated in the following values-based skills, which will enable them to better behave as individuals and international business professionals. As a result, graduates will:

  • Recognize objectively their defects and virtues, think about them, and always seek for personal, familiar, professional and social growth.
  • Respect people’s dignity regardless of their gender, race or income level, and encourage others to respect them.
  • Be familiar with their own country institutions’ values and act accordingly.
  • Know their suppliers and pursue their progress in favor of themselves and their own organizations.
  • Know and respect their competitors, regardless of their size, avoid referring to them in an insulting manner and condemn negative competitive practices.
  • Know and appreciate their clients and consumers, regardless of their socioeconomic strata, neither deceive them nor take advantage of a dominant situation they could have, and contribute to their development by promoting an increasingly better consumption of their products.
  • Be aware of their social responsibility as executives or owners of organizations with different interest groups, giving special attention to the community in which their organizations develop.
  • Respect freedom of thought in the global setting of searching the truth.
  • Have commitment to service in their daily and work life.
  • Show loyalty and a sense of belonging to the company for which they work.
  • Assume social responsibility to the country and the entire world.

Occupational Areas