Interpret and use oral instructions to complete assigned tasks; speak clearly and produce written documents for a diverse group of customers, coworkers and managers utilizing current business terminology.
Demonstrate leadership and the ability to interact on an interpersonal level with diverse groups.
Identify, evaluate and apply industry specific business principles; make informed decisions within the parameters of legal requirements and societal expectations.
Use the most recent technology in business applications.
Use an understanding of basic business principles and organizational priorities to make decisions about work being performed.
Employ workforce readiness skills, including problem solving, organizational planning and time management.
Use the principles of international business to address the challenges that businesses face when operating in an international environment, including cultural, political and legal issues.
Apply trade and logistics procedures and processes within companies that specialize in cargo transportation and import/export services.
This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
Certificate and AAS degree programs emphasize preparation in specific job skills required for entry-level employment.
Not all classes are offered every quarter or at night.
Students attending only in the evening must remember it is likely to take longer than two years to complete program.
Coursework is highly interactive and includes field-based internships.