PAMI Certificate Program

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About The PAMI Certificate Program

Download2015 PAMI Certificate Program Overview

Each summer, the Pacific Asian Management Institute (PAMI) offers certificate programs in:

  • International Management
  • International Entrepreneurship

Students can earn academic credits for the undergraduate or graduate courses that they take during the course of the various programs. Summer classes in the PAMI program are open to students and professionals from all disciplines and others interested in international business. The varied backgrounds of the students (Business, Political Science, Economics, Public Administration, Engineering, etc.), many of whom already have real world experience, adds to the value of the classes. Faculties are drawn from the University of Hawaii and other universities around the world.*

Eligibility

Undergraduate and graduate students from all academic disciplines, professionals and others interested in various aspects of global trade, international business, and entrepreneurship.

Requirements

  1. Complete three PAMI courses. Subject to approval, continuing UH students may substitute one 3-credit course that has sufficient international content for one of the three required PAMI courses.
  2. Attend at least four of the Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS) offered throughout both Summer Sessions.

General Application Process for Current UH Students

  1. Register for desired courses online through MyUH
  2. Submit PAMI application

General Application Process for Non-UH Students

  1. Complete and submit Outreach College application.
  2. Register for desired courses.
  3. Submit PAMI application

Cost

  • $250 program fee plus UH Summer Session tuition and term fees

Deadline for Applying for PAMI Certificate

  • July 1, 2015

Course Registration

2015 Courses Offered

Download2015 PAMI Certificate Program Courses

Successfully complete 3 international business courses (3 credit hours each) (from the pre-approved list below or submit a syllabus for any other international business-related course not listed below). 2 of the 3 courses must be taken during the summer. Credit hours may be counted towards your Shidler BBA or MBA degree as an elective.

Session I: May 26 – July 2, 2015

Undergraduate Courses

  • BUS 311: Information Systems for Global Business Environment
  • BUS 315: Global Management and Organizational Behavior
  • FIN 321: International Business Finance
  • MGT 320: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • MGT 341: Behavior in Organizations
  • MGT 342: Multinational Business Management
  • MKT 381: Multinational Marketing
  • ASAN 320Z: Asian Nation Studies: Other – Taiwan Ethnic Identity, Historical Evolution, and Political Protest
  • POLS 305: Global Politics/Comparative
  • POLS 316: International Relations

Graduate Courses

  • BUS 477/677: Field Study in Asia
  • FIN 660: Seminar in Finance

Session II: July 7 – August 14, 2013

Undergraduate Courses

  • BUS 311: Information Systems for Global Business Environment
  • BUS 313: Economic and Financial Environment of Global Business
  • BUS 315: Global Management and Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 320: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • ECON 415: Asian Economic Development
  • ASAN 312: Contemporary Asian Civilizations
  • ASAN 491G: Topic in Asian (Beyond Hollywood: Contemporary Asia)
  • POLS 305: Global Politics/Comparative
  • POLS 315: Global Politics/International Relations
  • POLS 316: International Relations

Graduate Courses

  • MGT 650: Management Topics: An Entrepreneurial Perspective