Contemporary organizations are affected by the recent developments in the international trade environment, economics, and global financial markets and they need to incorporate these changes into their decision-making processes. Managers today should observe the ever so competitive global environment more carefully and make faster and more accurate decisions. For this reason, the need for managers who will keep up with the rapid changes in the international trade and finance environment is on the rise. Students who will complete the Graduate Program in International Trade and Finance will have a strong finance background and be able to grasp the practical applications of theory and evaluate the interaction between comprehensive global trade processes and international economic and financial environments. Furthermore, they will be able to manage global economic risks like exchange rate risk and interest rate risk and use financial instruments such as; debt instruments, stocks, and derivatives. Additionally, they will gain abilities to understand and generate solutions for issues in international companies.