Theological Research Institute, Ltd. (TRI) | Evaluated Learning Experience
International Business (BUS 435)
August 2021 – Present.
Upon successful completion of the learning experience, students will be able to: successfully assess and advise on business operations and relationships in complex international business environments; successfully apply the principal theories of international trade and investment (exchange rate regimes, global stock; and bond markets); effectively integrate in international business endeavors in critical intracompany departments, such as marketing, manufacturing, accounting, finance, and human resources; effectively position supply, production, and sales functions; speak knowledgeably on the important role played by multinational economic and social aid organizations such as the UN, EU, IMF, and World Bank in facilitating international trade and business; and act ethically, diplomatically, and with emotional sensitivity in international business environments.
Topics covered in this course include the effects on international business decisions of cultural, political, legal, and economic forces; a presentation of international business basics such as trade, tariffs, exchange rate regimes, and capital markets; and a study of the comparative theoretical frameworks for establishing international business enterprises, including trade and investment theory.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Business, Marketing, Economics, or Operations Management (7/22).