The W. P. Carey certificate in international business welcomes current undergraduate students from across Arizona State University to expand their horizons and opportunities with global skills, knowledge, and experiences. An ideal complement to majors throughout ASU, this program gives you an opportunity to experience new cultures, visit new places, and build intercultural and language skills abroad.
International Business Certificate Curriculum
Through a combination of international experiences and internationally focused coursework, the certificate in international business provides you with cultural competencies to successfully navigate the different social, political, and economic contexts within which multinational firms operate.
To earn the international business certificate, students are required to take three international business courses (9 credit hours), complete non-business global awareness coursework (9 credit hours), demonstrate foreign language proficiency, and an international study experience — learn more about studying abroad with the W. P. Carey School. Review detailed certificate requirements for additional information regarding curriculum.
As globalization continues to impact the way we live and do business, international studies become vital to our success in almost any field. The international business certificate offers you an important chance to expand your global knowledge, while also expanding the opportunities available to you after you graduate. International internships are also offered in conjunction with the ASU Study Abroad Office. Find out more about the great skills you can cultivate through international study and internship programs.
How to Enroll
The W. P. Carey certificate in international business is open to all current undergraduate students at Arizona State University. The certificate requires 18 credit hours to complete, including at least 12 credit hours of upper-division coursework. All business coursework must be completed through the W. P. Carey School of Business or through an approved ASU study abroad program. Interested students must complete an application, available online or in person in BA 160.