Take your business management skills worldwide

Whatever your educational or cultural background, Cambrian prepares you to perform managerial roles in global organizations, as well as domestic businesses engaged in cross-border activities. Learn all the fundamentals of marketing, finance, and business strategy in a global setting. With an emphasis on leadership, critical analysis, and high-performance teamwork, you’ll gain decision-making skills to solve real-life problems in an international context. 

Taught by industry experts, the program includes a full semester co-op with leading community and global businesses and the option of spending a semester abroad at a partner institution. 

 Program highlights

  • Gain industry-focused skill set 
  • Solve real-life business problems with case studies and simulations 
  • 14-week (full semester) co-op  
  • Opt for a semester abroad at a partner institution  

Program of study for 2024-25 Academic Year

Plan of Study Grid
Semester 1Credits
First 7-week block - SEP/OCT
IBG 1018 Global Supply Chain Management 3
PRM 1017 Project Management 3
BUS 1183 Prof Development Workshop 1
IBG 1000 Global Financial Management 3
Second 7-week block - NOV/DEC
MOG 1003 Managerial Communications 3
MOG 1004 Business Ethics and CSR 3
MOG 1015 Organizational Behavior HRM 3
Semester 2
First 7-week block - JAN/FEB
MOG 1010 Negotiation and Leadership 3
MOG 1019 New Venture Creation 3
IBG 1016 Global Marketing Management 3
IND 1181 Indigenous Business Workshop 1
Second 7-week block - MAR/APR
LAW 1005 Global Legal Issues 3
IBG 1019 Managing Across Cultures 3
IBG 1009 Global Technology in Business 3
Semester 3
First 7-week block - MAY/JUN
MOG 1012 Financial Decision Making 3
BUS 1185 Accounting for Non-Finance 3
BUS 1182 Diversity and Equity Workshop 1
MOG 1007 Data Analysis Using Excel 3
Second 7-week block - JUL/AUG
IBG 1006 Global Business Strategy 3
QMM 1001 Statistics for Data Analytics 4
IBG 1017 Global Market Research 3
BUS 1184 Sustainability Workshop 1
Semester 4
IBG 1013 Global Business Co-op 12
 Total Credits71

Admission requirements

Applicants must be graduates of a diploma, advanced diploma, or degree program from an Ontario College or equivalent.


Applicant must possess five years of work experience in a related field (or combination of education and work experience) as judged by the College to be equivalent. Applicants must submit a resume detailing their related experience and a cover letter outlining their competencies and preparedness for the program (any and all post-secondary transcripts must still be submitted).

Program delivery


March term start

SEMESTER 1:  March - June 2024
SEMESTER 2:  July - October 2024
SEMESTER 3:  November 2024 - February 2025
SEMESTER 4:  March - Jun 2025

Spring term start

SEMESTER 1:  Spring 2024
SEMESTER 2:  Fall 2024
SEMESTER 3:  Winter 2025
SEMESTER 4:  Spring 2025

July term start

SEMESTER 1:  July - October 2024
SEMESTER 2:  November 2024 - February 2025
SEMESTER 3:  March - June 2025
SEMESTER 4:  July - October 2025


Fall term start

SEMESTER 1:  Fall 2024
SEMESTER 2:  Winter 2025
SEMESTER 3:  Spring 2025
SEMESTER 4:  Fall 2025

Winter term start

SEMESTER 1:  Winter 2025
SEMESTER 2:  Spring 2025
SEMESTER 3:  Fall 2025
SEMESTER 4:  Winter 2026

Spring term start

SEMESTER 1:  Spring 2025
SEMESTER 2:  Fall 2025
SEMESTER 3:  Winter 2026
SEMESTER 4:  Spring 2026

Please note that courses may vary in the order they are offered depending on when you start the program. The sequence listed is based on a September 2024 intake. For more information about this sequence, please email the program coordinator.

Specific program pathways

College or university degree opportunities  

If you are a graduate of this program, you may continue your studies at a college or university and you may receive credit(s) for your prior college education. Refer to Cambrian's college and university agreement details for further information. 

Employment opportunities

Employment opportunities for graduates may be found in a wide range of private and \ public international business environments in areas that include:

  • General Management roles in a variety of industries including mining, retail, hospitality, technology, manufacturing, transport and logistics, services, etc.

Please note: Cambrian College strives to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website. Please note that the academic curriculum is continually reviewed and revised to ensure that Cambrian's programs and courses remain relevant. The College reserves the right to cancel or make changes to any course or program, fee, procedure, or campus location at any time.