MANA 3312 International Business

This course focuses on understanding of globalization mechanics and application of business strategy, operation and practices in a global perspective. This includes national differences in context (political, economical, socio-cultural), and their implications in company-level actions and international management, assumptions and practices; impact of foreign exchange, of international monetary and financial community, and capital markets, companies' international ventures and risks; impact of trade policies on companies' international strategies and risks; key choices managers have in internationalization strategy, organizational architecture, supply chain/operations, marketing, human resources and financial management, and import/export operations.


ECON 2302. Recommended MANA 3311 and MARK 3311 prior to enrollment.


Online sections of this course will have a fee of $14.00 per credit hour.