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BUS 352 International Business
This is the capstone course for the International Business concentration. A case-based study of the theory and practice of management in international business organizations. Topics include: international business issues; the international economics, financial, legal, and regulatory framework; international markets and marketing; cultures and institutional environments; human resource management in an international environment; and the management of multinational enterprises.
Prerequisites: JrS; ACCT 100, ACCT 122, ECON 111 and 112, ECON 284, FINC 231, MGMT 241, MKTG 261, LAW 222, (ECON 335 or MKTG 366) all with a grade of "C" or better, STAT 101, and INTD 107 or CSCI 100, and a major in PACC, BSEC, BSAC, BSMG, or ECON.
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