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The 21st century has brought some fundamental global changes. The developing economies are on the way to challenging the traditional economic powers in manufacturing and service industries. The multinational companies are investing heavily in Asia, Africa and Latin America, because of cheaper labor and because of rising buying powers in many under-developed nations. The skills required to be a successful International Business executive are much different now than what it was just a decade ago

The career in International Business Administration is challenging and very rewarding. There is no shortage of jobs for graduates of International Business in America or around the world. After completing the Certificate or the Diploma program, you will have the option of working in a wide range of businesses at home or overseas, become an independent international business consultant or set up your own international business. You will be trained for any of these challenges.

All programs, including Continuing Education programs are available on-line. Credits earned can be transferred for training in many other professions e.g. Business, Health Care, Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences or Language & Cultures. New classes start in January, April, July and October.  Accelerated programs, credits for previous studies, scholarships, student loans and easy monthly payment facilities are available. Additional, non-credit courses, can be had for $5.00 per hour, based on availability. Please refer to DII school catalog or contact the Registrar for more information.

CERTIFICATE  
Trimester 1-4 (1 year)
14 Courses = 630 clock hours
Tuition: $1,970.00
The 8-hours CPR & First Aid course is mandatory
cost is included in the tuition
DIPLOMA
Trimester 1-8  (2-years)
28 Courses = 1,260 clock hours
Tuition: $3,860.00


Trimester-1
  Code Topic Hrs.     Code Topic Hrs.
  ENG-101 English Composition -1 45     BUS-215 How to do Business with the World 45
  BUS-101 Introduction to Business 45     BUS-216 Int. Economic & Trade Organizations 45
  PSY-101 Introduction to Psychology 45     BUS-213 Factors Influencing Success in IntMkt 45


Trimester-2
  Code Topic Hrs.     Code Topic Hrs.
  ENG-102 English Composition-2 45     PSY-210 Psychology in Business 45
  BUS-211 Introduction to International Business 45     BUS-217 Human Resource Management 45
  ECO-101 Introduction to Economics 45     BUS-214 Venturing Abroad 45
  BUS-109 Introduction to Importing 45     BUS-219 Crisis & Conflict Management 45


Trimester-3
  Code Topic Hrs.     Code Topic Hrs.
  BUS-110 Introduction to Exporting 45     BUS-104 Writing a Successful Business Plan 45
  BUS-105 Fundamentals of Management 45     CUL-201 Intercultural Communications 45
  CUL-101 Multicultural Studies 45     ECO-210 World Economics 45
  BUS-223 Offshore Outsourcing 45     BUS-209 Organizational Theory 45


Trimester-4
  Code Topic Hrs.     Code Topic Hrs.
  BUS-211 Fundamentals of International Marktg 45     BUS-237 Budgeting & Financial Management 45
  SPA-101 Spanish As Second Language 45     BUS-207 The Art of Public Speaking 45
  MAT101 Math & Algebra 45     ETH-102 ETHics Around the World 45


 
 
 
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