Prerequisite: MGMT 3300 or consent of the instructor. Key objectives are to define and evaluate the field of international business, to analyze the international operating context with an emphasis on the basics of cultural differences, and to discuss the management of key functional activities in firms operating in global markets. Major topics include the nature of international business; economic theory and international business operations; international systems and institutions and the analysis of key dimensions of the overseas operating environment. The management of the primary functional activities in international firms emphasized, with the focus on strategies, tactics, and structures for dealing with the special problems and challenges arising in global markets. Three credit hours.
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