This course introduces students to management within an international context. Embracing culture and globalization as its foundation, discussions include the latest theories and concepts regarding business interactions within a global environment. Topics include the global business environment, national business environments, international trade and investment, international financial systems, and international business management. Course discussions include managerial risk implications arising from different cultural, socio-economic, political, and legal systems; volumes and patterns of international trade and investments; international finance systems including international markets and money systems; and international strategy and organizational structure design. Additional topics include identification of international opportunities and entry mode selection; and international management sub-issues including marketing, production and staffing within a global environment. The course incorporates recent, real-world examples, and integrates technology.
Prerequisites – BSAD 310, BSAD 325, BSAD 350 and junior level standing or permission of the instructor.
3 credits (3 lecture hours), spring semester