Prerequisites, BUS 604, 605, 607. Students acquire analytical skills to assess the dynamic nature of the globalization process, including the ability to relate course concepts to current international news events, and to integrate such knowledge structures into value-creation strategies for global organizations. Students will also develop the ability to apply international business concepts, via case study analysis, to problems and challenges facing firms which compete in the global economy. The course features a semester long group project wherein students develop the ability to research, write, and present a plan to develop an international business opportunity for a real firm. Some sections of this course will be restricted to students admitted to specific degree programs. (Offered every year.) 4 credits. Add Consent: Instructor Consent Required. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisites, BUS 604, 605, and 607.
Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018