See BUSAD 5300 International Business.
Prerequisite(s): Senior standing, 3.25 or higher GPA, and permission of the MBA program director and Business, Accounting and Economics department chair.
This course sets the topics of management, finance, marketing, and other aspects of business decision making in a global context. The course focuses on theoretical aspects (theory of international trade and finance) as well as applied aspects (overcoming cultural barriers, dealing with a different legal environment and standard systems) of international business. Some other topics covered in class include: export and import strategies, international accounting issues, foreign exchange, and international labor relations.