International Commerce and Policy
This is a program that will provide students with a background in legal and economic studies, business, commerce, and political systems. The International Commerce & Policy program (ICP) was developed for US and international students interested in policy, business, law, and international relations. This is a 15 to 18 month program that usually begins in the fall. There are 25 core credits. After this point, students can tackle a wide range of specialties including policy, commerce, or a thesis.
HighlightsPlease inquire for more information on admission requirements and expectations.
Learn about international business and law, among other subjects.
What`s IncludedThe program is responsive to the needs and interests of international students, and approximately half of the students enrolled in the ICP program are from other countries, including Belize, Brazil, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Ivory Coast, Japan, Nigeria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Sierra Leone, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, The United Arab Emirates.
Attractive features include:
· Exposure to key elements of international commerce, policy, administration, and law,
· Business English component for non-native English-speaking students,
· Wide range of course options that can be tailored to meet individual interests,
· Access to the resource of the INTERLINK English language center.
Degree CourseInternational Business, International Policy and Diplomacy, International Relations, Legal Studies
Valparaiso, United States
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Provider:Valparaiso University Graduate School
- United States: Valparaiso
School Term:Fall, Spring, Summer
Degree Level:Masters Degree
Participants:American, Asian, Australian, Canadian, European, Kiwi, South African, Worldwide
Cost:Approx. $23,000 USD per year