This course will further students' knowledge of international business practices in a world context paying attention to operations, trade, investments, international financial markets, new financial instruments, etc. Through case studies, students will analyze current international business environments in specific industries and their success and challenges across the globe. Students will learn business practices of small and medium enterprises and multinationals in developed, emerging, and developing countries and common markets.
75 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including IBUS 255, ENGL 100, and CMNS 152 or 220; OR 3 NABU credits and CMNS 305
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