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BLHS-295 Introduction to International Business
Spring for 2009-2010
Smurr, D; Ferrer, L
The objective of this course is to provide students with a practical understanding of how and why international business is conducted. At the macro level, the course will look at the economic, political, and cultural underpinnings that shape international business. At the micro level, the course will review the role played by international trade, finance of international transactions, the effect of foreign exchange, and corporate policies and practices in the international market place. Additionally, the course will review the roles played by the trade regions of Europe, Asia, the Americas, as well as Africa and the Middle East. Career potentials in both the private and public sectors in the international business arena will also be explored and discussed.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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