|Field of Study||Business|
|Professor||Jeffrey Sallaz (email@example.com)|
|Delivery Type||Online Track (100% online course): Pre-recorded|
This course will introduce students to key issues of international business. We begin by introducing the concepts of globalization and national difference. This lays a foundation for looking at issues of international trade and monetary systems. From here follows an exploration of business strategy within a globalized context, including business functions such as supply chain management, marketing and human resources.
To educate students in the key issues facing companies and governments in the global economy, with a focus on international business.
No pre-requisites are required.
Materials: There is one required textbook: International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace.. Charles W. L. Hill and G. Tomas M. Hult. McGraw-Hill, 12th edition. (available as e-textbook)
Class 1: Globalization: An Overview
Class 2: National Differences in Political, Economic and Legal Systems
Class 3: Differences in Culture; in-class assignment
Class 4: International Trade Theory
Class 5: Government Policy and Trade
Class 6: The International Monetary System
Class 7: Summary, Midterm Exam
Class 8: The Global Capital Market
Class 9: The Strategy of International Business
Class 10: The Organization of International Business
Class 11: Strategic Alliances; In-class assignment
Class 12: Supply Chain Management
Class 13: Global Marketing
Class 14: Global Human Resource Management
Class 15: Conclusion, Final Exam
|Last Updated||April 16, 2021|