Mar 30, 2020
BUSN 2000 - International Business
This course introduces international management, marketing, analysis of international business opportunities and market entry strategies, financial operations, the economy and the impact of cultural environments upon such decisions.
Instructional Method Lecture
General Education Requirement: Global Diversity
Comments: This course does not meet UW’s Human Culture requirement unless transferred as part of an Associate degree.
Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of BUSN 2000 International Business, the student will:
- Describe the terminology used in international business.
- Appraise the nature and scope of multinational enterprises.
- Assess the status of the United States in international business.
- Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of trade protectionism.
- Examine how comparative advantage and absolute advantage contribute to the importance of the international trade.
- Examine the strategic hurdles that international businesses encounter when trading in world markets.
- Analyze how businesses are affected by government policies on trade and foreign investment.
- Describe export and import practices.
- Appraise the economic development of various countries.
- Evaluate international organizational practices and their role in global business.
- Develop geography skills.
- Examine social, cultural, and political foreign systems.
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