The undergraduate credit certificate in International Economic Relations assists students in understanding the economic and political factors that influence the global economy. The certificate is designed for students who intend to pursue a career in a federal or state agency that deals with international affairs, corporations involved in international business and finance, and in international organizations, foundations, and nongovernment agencies.
Refer to the Undergraduate Studies: General Information for general regulations governing all certificate programs.
Select at least 28 units with consent of an adviser, Including 16 units in the core and at least 12 units of electives.
Enrollment in a degree program in the College of Business and Economics OR in a degree program in Political Science OR consent of adviser.