The global economy is becoming increasingly interconnected, and businesses of all
sizes are looking to expand their reach by importing and exporting goods and services.
If you're considering getting involved in international trade, Harper College can
help you get started.
Our Importing and Exporting program provides students with the knowledge and skills
they need to succeed in the global marketplace. You'll learn about the different aspects
of international trade, from customs regulations to documentation requirements. You'll
also gain hands-on experience through our business simulations and internship opportunities.
International Trade Course Descriptions
|LGT8101 Introduction to Importing and Exporting|
Student will review the many aspects of handling trade internationally, discover how
companies utilize it and how the entire company contributes to the international trade
process. This course discusses the particulars of processes, legality, and oversight
for import procedures. Students will learn about export regulations and 19 Code of
Federal Regulations requirements.
|LGT8102 International Trade Compliance and Topics|
This course will review supply chain processes and go in-depth to discuss both export
compliance and import compliance. Students will be introduced methods in creating
trade compliance programs within companies as well as risk mitigation and money-saving
|LBS8240 International Trade|
This course will review the many aspects of handling trade internationally. We will
cover the basics of what trade is and how companies utilize it. The class will discuss
the particulars of processes, legality, and oversight for import procedures. Also
covered will be the ways that the whole company contributes to the international trade
process. Students will also learn about export regulations and 19 Code of Federal
To get started, visit the How to Register page.
Some CPE courses may be eligible for grants and scholarships on a limited basis. We encourage you to apply for funding to learn more about options
that may be available to you. To apply, please complete the Scholarship Application form.
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