After successfully completing this course, you will be able to
CO1: Students will learn how to associate theories and approaches to international business management.
CO2: Students will be able to examine a country’s political and sociocultural backgrounds.
CO 3: Students will evaluate various forms of international trade, investment options, and finance within the international business environment.
CO 4: Students will apply international business theory and concepts to a multinational organization for a successful strategic plan.
LO - 1 – Identify the changing nature of the global economy and the impact of political differences.
LO - 2 – Working with various countries of different political backgrounds, the student will evaluate the environment of a country’s political and economic economy.
LO - 3 – Given the option of trading in foreign markets, the student will examine when it is appropriate to implement one strategy over another and determine the logistics of global production or outsourcing.
LO - 4 – Given the various policy instruments, the student will examine why governments must intervene in international trade.
LO - 5 - Working with a chosen country, the student will identify and examine the factors involved to enter a foreign market and how those factors affect various foreign direct investments.
LO - 6 - Working with the international monetary system, the student will detect and evaluate a foreign exchange market within the realm of international business management.
LO - 7 – Given foreign strategy options, the student will examine how to be effective with regional economic integration within the framework of an organization’s operational management.
LO - 8 – Identifying the various organizational architectures, the student will be able to apply appropriate strategies to improve the performance of an international business.