Fundamentals of Export Controls – I
This twelve-week intense hands-on course examines the current Export Administration Regulations (EAR), enforced by the Bureau of Industry and Security of the U.S. Department of Commerce. It provides a detailed understanding of regulatory requirements and recommendations for U. S. Export documentation for export transactions requiring special licensing and related activities. Students gain information about export licenses/applications, required supporting forms and other critical information, export shipping instructions, item classification and customer screening and required record keeping. Additionally this hands-on practical course helps students develop a working knowledge of the vast array of regulatory forms and documents needed to comply with EAR, ITAR, OFAC and FTSR regulations.
Prerequisite: One year relevant industry experience is recommended but not required. A background specifically in export compliance is highly recommended.
Course Credit: 5 Graduate Semester Credit Hours