This program is designed to prepare university and college graduates from a wide range of educational and cultural backgrounds to work as managers in international and domestic businesses of various size. Students develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to manage the human, physical, and financial resources associated with international trade. The first year covers fundamental business knowledge and skills, while more complex international situations and strategic areas are the focus of the second year. The course of study promotes teamwork and leadership skills, and enhances students’ capacity to work effectively in cross-cultural environments.
Georgian is proud to be an accredited partner of the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT), which means our Global Business Management program has been validated for meeting its high standard of industry excellence. Learn more about continuing your studies in international trade.
Post-secondary diploma or degree, or equivalent; education or experience in a business setting is desirable.
View the Global Business Management articulations on the Credit Transfer Centre page.
- GBMT1000 Communications for Global Business Managers
- GBMT1001 Management Accounting and Finance
- GBMT1002 Managerial Economics
- GBMT1003 Business Statistics and Research Methods
- GBMT1004 Global Market Entry Strategies
- GBMT1005 World Geographies and Cultures
- GBMT1006 Operations Management
- GBMT1007 Project Management
- GBMT1008 Global Human Resource Management
- GBMT1009 Geopolitics of Trade and Development
- GBMT1010 International Financial Management
- GBMT1011 Global Market Research
- GBMT2000 Career Management for Global Leaders
- GBMT2001 International Corporate Responsibility
- GBMT2002 Innovation in the Global Marketplace
- GBMT2003 International Marketing Management and Sales
- GBMT2004 Global Supply Chain Management
- GBMT2005 Global Business Strategy 1
- GBMT2006 Global Management and Leadership
- GBMT2007 Management Information Systems for Global Business Operations
- GBMT2008 Global Business Strategy 2
- GBMT2009 Applied Project – Global Business Management