Introduction to International Business (COMM 340.3)

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COMM 340 02 January 2017 Di Zhang (primary instructor)
 
COMM 340 01 September 2016 Cheryl Loadman (primary instructor)
COMM 340 03 September 2016 Di Zhang (primary instructor)
 
COMM 340 02 January 2016 Di Zhang (primary instructor)

Description

Introduction to the global setting in which international business decisions are made. In addition to the basic economic factors, socio-cultural, legal and political considerations are examined. Emphasis is placed on the factors which are relevant to decision making in a wide range of international business functions (i.e. marketing, finance) and international business forms (i.e. export-import, foreign manufacturing, joint ventures).

Formerly

MGT 340.3

Prerequisite(s)

Completion of 30 COMM credits.

Note

Students outside the Edwards School of Business must seek permission from their college. B.Comm. students do not require permission. Students with credit for BAC 35 will not receive credit for this course.

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