Business: International Department Courses
IBUS 210 – Introduction to International Business, 2 credits. B2. Students will gain an awareness of the economic, political, social, environmental and cultural dimensions of globalization. This course introduces students to the diversity and complexity of international business, its history and its future. Students will learn about the emergence of the multinational enterprise (MNE), and the challenges and problems associated with managing and operating an international business. Topics include international trade, finance, exchange rate markets, international investment and marketing, and issues involving the management of a global workforce. An awareness of cultural diversity issues and current world affairs is emphasized throughout the course. Prerequisite: BUS 201 – Principles of Global Economics
IBUS 380 – Special Topics, 2 to 4 credits. D. Courses covering various topics of interest in this particular discipline are offered regularly. Contact department or program chair for more information.
IBUS 390 – Cooperative Education, 1 to 8 credits. E.
IBUS 480 – Independent Study, 1 to 4 credits. D. This course provides an opportunity for individual students to conduct in-depth research of a particular topic under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Contact the department or program chair for more information.