In the 2010-2020 period, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projected employment for logisticians would increase by 26%. Graduates pursuing logistics careers will analyze and present performance data, as well as track the performance of people, goods, and supplies along the international supply chain.
The Associate of Science in International Business at MUST University familiarizes students with import and export laws, customs regulations, and ways to conduct international and domestic business legally. Students will get instruction in payment methods, freight operations, and the various types of documentation needed for international trade. Businesses that import and export must plan, finance, and arrange the transportation of goods while abiding by international regulations and fee structures. The import-export business is part of international trade.
Students who focus on this area of business study the global economy and cross-cultural communication. Those interested in the effect that imports and exports have on local and national economies can pursue an Associate of Science in International Business at MUST University.
Upon completion of the Associate of Science in International Business graduates will:
- Communicate effectively using a basic international business vocabulary with specific emphasis on terms associated with international trade and import-export operations.
- Select between modes of export to fit the business needs of exporting organizations.
- Identify factors that classify export markets with a strong potential, to define market selection models or drive market selection systems.
- Identify major governmental and non-governmental sources of information and importexport assistance, and then apply that knowledge through development of marketing plans tied to global business activity and country-specific business conditions.
- Identify sources of information on export restrictions and foreign shipping, to facilitate export compliance for the exporting organization.
- Make major product decisions for export markets to facilitate product adaptation to the markets in question.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours||Prerequisites|
|ENC101||English Composition I||3|
|Program Major Courses (45 Credits Required)|
|BUS110||Import Customs Regulations||3|
|BUS121||Principles of International Business Law||3|
|BUS141||Money and Financial Markets||3|
|BUS161||Principles of Exports||3|
|BUS181||Quantitative & Qualitative Methods for Decision Making||3|
|MGT101||Introduction to Business||3|
|MGT121||Introduction to Organizational Behavior||3|
|MGT 141||Principles of Management||3|
|MGT161||Warehouse and Distribution Center Mgmt.||3|
|TRA110||Global Logistics for Import and Export||3|
|TRA112||Operations & Production Management||3|
|TRA116||Supply Chain Management||3|
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