|(3 cr.) This course helps students understand the global
trends and issues that create business
opportunities in foreign markets as well as the
impact of the global environment on domestic
business practices and opportunities. Students
examine the economic, social and political issues
that affect a firm's strategy for entering
international markets and how cross-cultural
issues affect internal business processes.
Finally, they learn to recognize the business
implications of dealing in foreign currencies,
hedging and exchange-rate fluctuations. No
credit for both IB 600 and MBA 660.
Every Year, All|