INBA 3810 International Business
3 semester hours
This course introduces students to international business environments, concepts, and practices. In order to understand complex issues related to global economy, students will learn about national and regional differences in political, economic, and socio-cultural systems. To acquire skills and knowledge necessary for managing international business operations, students will study international trade and investment theories and policies, foreign exchange mechanisms and markets, as well as global strategies in manufacturing, marketing, and human resources management.
Prerequisites: ECON 105 or ECON 110 and ECON 1200 and BADM 1040 , all with a letter grade of C (2.0).