IBUS 611

International Business

2-4 Graduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

The goal of this course is to raise your awareness and understanding of international business theory and practice needed by a company to compete successfully in the global economy. The course's specific objectives, to be achieved through written, oral, and individual research work, are as follows: Understand the theoretical principles and day-to-day practices of international business; describe and analyze the political, technological, market, cost and competitive drivers; understand the U.S. position in world trade and investment; recognize different management issues associated with a company's stage of development in its international planning; apply concepts of gender, ethnicity, ethics, and religion to intercultural business transactions, and develop skills to critically analyze and use data with an international perspective.

Learning outcomes

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
21 International Business McCampbell, Duncan J Books Course details