This list is not comprehensive but can be used as a guide to transfer credit that we have recently offered past students who attended this institution.

Course equivalents

NEOMA Business School (formerly Rouen Business School) courseuSask course
Francaise des AffairesFREN 258.3
GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMM 348.3 OR COMM SR
International Brand and Product ManagementCOMM 348.3
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS + ECONOMICS OF CULTURE ECON JR 3
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS ECON SR 3
FRENCH FOR COMMUNICATIONS A2-1FREN JR 3
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS COMM SR 3
CROSS CULTURAL ISSUES & GLOBAL DIVERSITY SOC SCI SR 3
ESSENTIALS OF PROJECT MANANGEMENT COMM SR 3
DISCOVERING & UNDERSTANDING FRENCH CULTURE SOC SCI SR 3
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COMM SR 3
FRENCH FOR COMMUNICATION B1FREN JR 3
BRAND MANAGEMENT + GLOBAL MARKETING COMM SR 3
People Management-Team Building and LeadershipCOMM 348.3
PURCHASING, PROCUREMENT & SCM COMM 491.3
International Brand and Product ManagementCOMM 450.3
FRENCH FOR COMMUNICATIONS B2FREN 212.3
42013E
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
COMM SR 3
42014E
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
COMM 466.3
DD32006E + GS42032E
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY + THE ECONOMICS OF CULTURE
COMM 498.3
FI32007E + FI42075E
CORPORATE FINANCE 1 & CORPORATE FINANCE 2
COMM 363.3
GS41001E-3-RN
GEOPOLITICS & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
POLS 261.3
GS42031E + EN42010E
ECONOMIC & MANAGEMENT OF SPORT + INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT
COMM SR 3
GS42035E-4-RN
CRITICAL THINKING
XHUM SR 3
MGS 42031E
PEOPLE MANAGEMENT TEAM BUILIDING & LEADERSHIP
COMM 348.3
MGS42010E-2COMM 485.3
MGS42031ECOMM 348.3
MK32026E
International Marketing
COMM 456.3
MK42066E-4-RN + SC42020E-2-RN
WEB MARKETING + LOGISTICS
COMM SR 3
MKG32001ECOMM 456.3
MKG42022ECOMM 450.3

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