Aug 10, 2020  
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog 
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BUS 3240 - International Business

This course examines management and its application to international operations in the global economy. The course covers such topics as cultural and social differences, strategic planning, political risk and negotiations, personnel selection and repatriation, labor relations and industrial democracy, ethical and social issues, and effective management of unique and diverse employee work forces. The discussion also includes environmental constraints and cultural/social issues involved in financing, producing, and marketing in foreign countries. International Business provides the opportunity to compare and contrast national and international operations by studying a variety of countries, and to analyze the myriad of challenges and opportunities existing in the global business arena through the use of case studies.

Prerequisites & Notes
The prerequisite is junior standing or permission. This course is offered every semester, including summer.

Credits: 3

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