What You’ll Learn
In this targeted curriculum, you’ll explore the influence of the international business environment on global decision-making processes. You’ll analyze why firms internationalize their operations, internationalization strategies, and study key areas of international business operations, such as manufacturing, marketing, and organizational management.
Graduate Certificates require 12-15 credits that you may accelerate and take in as little as eight months, or span over as long as three years. With three start dates each year and no GMAT test scores required, you can quickly gain a professional edge.
Advance your career now with a graduate credential and earn credits that may be applied to a future master’s degree.
Experiential Learning Opportunities
Help the Center for Emerging Markets with events and other educational initiatives about developing economies. Join the team that hosts the annual Northeastern Global Summit, a student led conference that aims to challenge the status quo and inspire students into taking action to combat issues facing the world.
The 360 Huntington Fund launched in 2008 and is now a nearly $1 million student managed mutual fund that represents experiential learning in its purest form.
International students who successfully complete a year-long program on campus become eligible to apply for OPT work authorization in the U.S. for up to 12 months.
Featured Graduate Certificate Instructors
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