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2024-2025 Catalog 
2024-2025 Catalog

Post-Master’s Certificate in International Business

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This certificate program is intended primarily for individuals interested in learning more advanced concepts in international business after completion of an MBA or equivalent degree.  Students apply through the Office of Graduate Programs.

Courses in the program have prerequisites which must be completed, if not already taken as part of the prior MBA or equivalent degree.  At most one equivalent graduate-level course in which a grade of B (3.0) or better was earned may be transferred into the program.

The certificate may be earned in conjunction with a degree program or as a stand-alone credential.  (Students pursuing a stand-alone credential are not eligible for federal financial aid and may not participate in Commencement.)  After the student applies for graduation, the certificate is posted to the student’s official transcript and an official diploma stating the area of the certificate is issued.

Admission Information

The Graduate Programs Office serves as the primary source of information for all prospective graduate students, providing detailed guidance and resources to facilitate the application process.  Up-to-date and comprehensive details regarding admissions procedures, requirements and deadlines can be found on the program page on the Graduate Programs website.

Academic Rules and Regulations

See the School of Management (SOM) and Graduate Study sections for rules and regulations pertaining to all School of Management graduate programs.


Additional Requirements

  • A minimum of 9 credits in the program must be completed at UM-Flint.
  • Students who received credit for undergraduate courses with graduate course equivalents cannot receive graduate credit for those courses.
  • Coursework more than 3 years old must be reviewed by School of Management for content alignment with current certificate requirements.
  • Certificate credits may be applied toward at most 1/6 the total credits of a relevant master’s program.

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