PROGRAMS

GENERAL EDUCATION BUSINESS CORE MAJOR COURSES
FOUNDATION QUANTITATIVE REASONING FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
ENGLISH COMPOSITION I FOUNDATIONS OF ADMINISTRATION ENTREPRENEURSHIP
CRITICAL THINKING FINANCIAL MATH GLOBAL BUSINESS CULTURES
ENGLISH COMPOSITION II MARKETING INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS LAW COSTS AND BUDGET
STATISTICS CORPORATE FINANCE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS BUSINESS LAB ECONOMIC INTEGRATION AND COOPERATION AGREEMENTS
PHILOSOPHY MICROECONOMICS INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROCEDURES
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
TECHNOLOGY HUMANS AND SOCIETY LOGISTIC
COLLEGE ALGEBRA INTERNATIONALBUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
INTERNATIONALSTRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONALNEGOTIATIONS
INTERNATIONALCOMPETITIVE STRATEGIES
INTERNATIONALMARKETING
INVESTMENT PROJECTS
INTERNATIONAL TRADE OPERATIONS
EXPORT AND IMPORT REGULATION
INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICAL MANAGEMENT

(Programs of four hundred fifty (450) or more clock hours or the credit hour equivalent shall administer a basic skills examination to each student who enrolls, unless the student has provided evidence of a high school graduation diploma, general equivalency diploma, or its equivalent.)

  • Complete Admissions application Form
  • Pay Admission Fee
  • Payment of Tuition and fees by deadline indicated on Enrollment Agreement
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • High School Transcripts
  • Official SAT/ACT test scores
  • Proof of Social Security
  • If student is under the age of 18, they must secure Parent/Guardian signature
  • Admissions Recommendation letter

To train professionals capable of managing the exchange of goods, services, and capital investment through international transactions within a context of global competence, training international entrepreneurs compromised with the socio-economic development of the country.

The program has been structured including the following components: (i) General Education (36 credit hours); (ii) business core (24 credit hours); major courses (60 credit hours). It aims at achieving an exit profile with general and specific competencies so that students become competent professionals in order to perform accordingly in a professional world and apply, produce, and develop scientific and technological knowledge contributing to the development from a global perspective. Likewise, it seeks to train professionals with entrepreneurial attitude, involved in a society through the rendering of services and the development of activities of service to the communities. The program is comprised of 40 courses and a total of 120 credits.

Equipment Item Brief Description Of Equipment
Digital Projector Device that serves to project on the wall or whiteboard to project / transmit information
Whiteboard A glossy white plastic that can be written on with a colored pen or marker. It erases easily.
Computer Electronic machine, analog or digital, equipped with a large memory for processing information, able to solve mathematical and logical problems automatically using software.
Printer Machine connected to a computer that electronically prints the results of operations.
CPU Place where the information is stored on the computer.
Mouse Pad Pad used to support the computer Mouse.
Mouse Device used to move the cursor on the computer
Work tables Wooden cabinet, small table type that is used to support and position supplies.
Chairs Back seat, usually with four legs, and only fit one person.
Teachers Desk Enclosed furniture with division on the inside to store papers and sometimes, with a board on which to write.
Video camera Portable device that records and reproduces images and sounds.
Phone Apparatus for communicating with other people