Courses

  • INTL-3123 International Experience

    During this course, students participate in an experience that immerses them for at least one week in the international business environment of a country or countries paying particular attention to the methods, practices and challenges of conducting business in an international environment. Course requirements include attending at pre-trip seminars and completing all course assignments after the conclusion of the travel experience. This course is normally offered as needed.

  • INTL-3313 International Business

    An overview of the world of international business. This class examines the environment and management of international business, stressing the effects of the foreign exchange markets, capital markets and international financial and economic organizations upon managerial functions such as exporting and importing, foreign investment, marketing, personnel, accounting and finance. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • INTL-4123 International Finance

    Examines all the factors affecting the determination and fluctuation of exchange rates and the forecasting of those exchange rates. Studies the principles around currency hedging to protect profits when conducting business on an international level. Also, addresses the accounting and financial principles surrounding international mergers and acquisitions and capital budgeting decisions. This course is offered as needed.

  • INTL-4213 International Finance

    Examines all the factors affecting the determination and fluctuation of exchange rates and the forecasting of those exchange rates. Studies the principles around currency hedging to protect profits when conducting business on an international level. Also, addresses the accounting and financial principles surrounding international mergers and acquisitions and capital budgeting decisions. Same as FINC-4213. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • INTL-4413 International Management

    International management is an analysis of cultural impacts on international management and international business. Along with information technology, international management is the major challenge facing organizations entering the new millennium. All countries and companies are now part of the super-competitive global marketplace. Emphasis is placed on the emerging role of the global manager as a cosmopolitan, communicator, negotiator, creator of synergy, and change leader. Seven major world regions - North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa - are discussed for matters of cultural specifics. This course will provide a balanced approach to International Management by discussing international environment, culture, strategy and functions and organizational behavior, and human resource management. Same as MGMT-4413. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • INTL-4513 International Economics

    This course provides an overview of the international trade theory and global economic development. It addresses the fundamentals of international markets, investment, and the institutions of international trade, including the IMF, World Bank, and the World Trade Organization. This course is offered as needed.

  • INTL-4723 Global Marketing

    This course discusses the marketing of goods, services, and ideas in the context of a multinational environment. Same as MKTG-4723. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • INTL-4743 International Consulting and Development

    A study and application of the international consulting process using social-entrepreneurial tools to address problems in developing nations. Topics addressed include: poverty, -when helping hurts-, microfinance, access to capital, problems with aid, social entrepreneurship, fair trade, performance analysis, conscious capitalism, and service centered missions. Each student will work individually and in a team to address a specific, real-world problem or change effort currently underway in a variety of international settings. Same as COMM-4743, MGMT-4743, and MISS-4743 This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • INTL-4813 International Consulting & Development

    A study and application of the international consulting process as applied to solving business and development problems in developing nations. Students are introduced to the various ways consulting can aid systems in mobilizing internal and external resources to deal with social, governmental, and business needs and change efforts. Each student will work individually or in a team to address a specific, real-world problem or change effort currently underway in a variety of international settings. Classroom work will focus on learning organizational development skills, systems diagnosis, and intervention techniques. This course is offered as needed.

  • INTL-5413 International Management

    This track foundational course provides students with substantive knowledge of international management, with a focus on international perspectives or organizational behavior and human resource management. The course addresses the typical organizational and managerial issues faced such as the balance between global integration and local responsiveness, the challenges of building good relationships between parent companies and foreign subsidiaries, and the factors of success for the career of the international manager.

  • INTL-5423 International Trade & Finance

    This course is cross listed as meeting the requirements as an elective course for both International Business and Finance Tracks. The course curriculum emphasizes global trade and international finance covering global economics and current financial factors in the world, balance of trade, managing rate risk, structuring international transactions, and international capital markets.

  • INTL-5433 International Marketing

    This course features discussion of international marketing concepts and strategies, including organizational issues, international segmentation, and the influences of culture. Critical topics dealing with standardization versus adaption, foreign mode of entry, distribution alliances and export marketing are part of the curriculum. The course will also address the cultural and regulatory nuances related with international advertising and promotion.

  • INTL-5443 Global Enterprise

    This seminar course will examine the important dimensions of managing operations and supply chains in a global context. Emphasis will be placed on identifying and understanding various elements of producing and distributing goods and services across national borders.