Description
INTERNATIONAL BUS
This course studies the environment of international business, including the different economies, cultures, trade and investment policies, and international organizations. Further, it teaches how ethical behavior and ethical guidelines can sustain challenges from different cultures and legal traditions. Then it focuses on the development of strategy and on the strategic management of small and large enterprises engaged in international business. This course is approved as a Diversity General Education Course. Prerequisites: MGMT.244, FINANCE.313, MKTG.310, and LAW.331.
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Course Attributes
Meets Diversity Requirement
Offering
Course
INTERBUS 400
Academic Group
College of Business
Academic Organization
Interdisciplinary Business
Campus
Bloomsburg Main Campus
Enrollment Requirements
Law & Legal Environ - Law 331, Marketng Prin & Prac - Mktg 310, Intro Corporate Fin - Finance 313, and Principles of Mangt - Mgmt 244