International Business (INBU)
INBU 2101 Introduction to Global Business 3 Credits
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
The main goal of this course is to introduce students to the core concepts, topics, and issues facing businesses operating in the global market today. Students will learn about the changing business environment, international institutions, issues related to international trade and trade agreements, international financial system and exchange rates, global production and supply chain management, and global marketing. Through the study of these topics in international business, students will learn about how the global economy functions and the challenges and opportunities multinational corporations face in working with international organizations, local governments, businesses and consumers, and global competitors.
INBU 2154 Contemporary Issues Affecting the Global Business Environment 3 Credits
Attributes: INEL International Studies / International Business Elective
The focus of this course is to introduce students to contemporary issues in international business and to understand the impact of real-world events on the global business environment. With in-depth case study analysis and country-specific investment research, students learn about the evolving global business environment, the unique challenges and opportunities businesses face of operating in emerging versus advanced economies, and connections between multinational corporations, governments, and international organizations that can facilitate or hinder cross-border activities. Crosslisted with ECON 2154. Previously IL 0154, INBU 1054.
INBU 6000 Study Abroad 3 Credits
This program provides students with the opportunity to supplement their class lectures and assignments on a specific topic during a visit to specific world region. The program offers students the invaluable experience of visiting a company and meeting business leaders in another country to learn about their culture and business practices. Previously IB 0580.