IB451 - Seminar on International Business

A study of strategic planning and international business policy using extensive reading and cases in the international business field which includes insights into the historical, cultural, and political foundations that created problems and opportunities and the solutions and coursed of action taken in response. The course content is flexible and analyzes specific problem areas that are current at the time the course is offered. Each student will submit a capstone research paper reflecting the standards, substance and quality of a professional international business publication.

Credit hours: 3.0
Lecture hours: 3.0

Course Notes:

  • Prerequisite: EN360B Or completion or enrollment in all other business core classes

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