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International Business Courses

IBS311 Managing the Multinational Corporation

[3–0, 3 cr.]

The course covers the strategies and tactics that international managers use to design, operate, control and implement business activities in the modern world, by emphasizing various functions of international business, including distribution and logistics, production, global sourcing, export strategies and sales, strategic alliances, and international human resources management. The course then covers the coordination of complementary tasks among a diverse number of international units, be they branches, subsidiaries, sales offices, or shipping points. 

Prerequisites: MGT201 Introduction to Management and MKT201 Introduction to Marketing.

IBS488 Topics in International Business

[3–0, 3 cr.]

This course covers a broad range of topics in international business, including growth through international expansion, multinationals, and designing and managing global operations. The course could be taken more than once for credit when topics differ.

Prerequisites: Refer to International Business requirements and the specific topic offered.