Consortium for International Studies | Evaluated Learning Experience
International Finance BUS 215
September 2018 - Present.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: compare and contrast Multinational Corporation’s (MNC) decision-making process; differentiate between ethical and unethical behaviors for U.S. businesses operating in foreign markets; analyze foreign exchange markets and the factors and risks influencing exchange rates; demonstrate different methods of arbitrage and interest rate parity used by international governments; use forecasting exchange methods for business modeling, illustrate an MNC’s capital budget process; plan international cash management by optimizing cash flow and assessing the impact of liquidity requirements; and analyze the impact of long-term debt financing and match it to the inflow currency.
International Finance is an upper level course designed to provide students with an understanding of financial management issues in a global setting. Instruction focuses on analytical tools that incorporate key international considerations with fundamental financial decisions.
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in International Finance (8/18).