Introduction to International Business

Introduction to International Business
Complexities confronting U.S. firms and their management in international environments. Emphasizes functional and planning areas, including organization, market research, financial analysis.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 TaughtFall, Winter, Summer
 ProgramsContaining BUS M 430
Course Outcomes

International Business Patterns

Gain and articulate an overview of current international business patterns, with an emphasis on what makes international business different from domestic business.

International Social Systems

Understand the social systems within countries and describe how they affect the conduct of business from one country to another.

Develop Critical Thinking

Demonstrate critical thinking as a student of international business.

Analyze, Apply, Articulate

Analyze cases, apply business principles to international settings, and articulate findings in class discussions.

Communicate effectively

Create coherent and memorable presentations and present the content to the class.