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.