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The international management option helps you gain an understanding of the opportunities in international business and develop strategic decision-making skills to deal with them. Topics focus on the global business environment, and the development and implementation of policies and strategies instituted by multinational corporations and organizations. As part of this program, you must complete at least one study term abroad at one of our international partner institutions. 

The Honours BCom (option in International Management) is available in CO-OP and French immersion.

Sample Courses

Cross-cultural Management, Multinational Business Policy, The Global Context of Business, Multinational Business Finance, International Marketing, Strategic Management in Developing and Emerging Economies, International Training and Development for Sustainability

Third Language and Culture Courses

ALG *, ARB *, ASI*, CHN *, CLT*, ELA*, ESP *, GRE *, HBR *, ILA*, ITA *, JPN *, PLN*, POR *RUS*, YDD*, FRE 1732, FRE 1734, FRE 2510, FRE 2515, FRE 2520, FRE 2537, FRE 4585, GLO 49012/ GLO 49012

Courses for Students Interested in NGOs and International Development

You are encouraged to choose from among these courses as part of your out-of-faculty electives:

DVM2106            International Development: Contemporary Theories and Practices

DVM3140            International Development Funding

DVM3160            Introduction to International Development Projects

DVM4160            International Project Management

DVM4150            Social Economy and Local Development in Developing Countries

DVM4140            Private Enterprise and Development

Students with a strong interest in these courses may wish to discuss their interest with Prof. Alan O'Sullivan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To view course descriptions and what fits best with your schedule, please consult the course timetable.

Student Activities

More than 150 students from the Telfer School participate in an international exchange each year. Studying abroad at one of our 51 partner institutions provides you with an unforgettable social, cultural and academic experience.

Telfer International welcomes exchange students to the Telfer School and organizes networking events in Ottawa. Students are also involved in case competitions such as the Jeux du Commerce.


Discover new perspectives, show your commitment as a global citizen, and receive three  units  when completing the program!

Career Examples

Foreign Exchange Trader, Diplomat, International Management Consultant, Business Development Director, Corporate Executive  

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