Career and Professional Development

Course Synopses


CGMG 319 : International Business Practices

Course Description

An introduction to the internal and external contextual factors that influence business forecasting and decision-making in international spheres/environments. Topics include ethical and practical strategies for conducting international business; trade policies; global trends; economic growth patterns; foreign exchange risk and organizational/governmental factors that influence international business. Real world examples as well as case studies are extensively used.

Prerequisites

  • NONE

Corequisites

  • NONE

Schedule

Available Section(s) for Spring/Summer 2022 Term
Section CRN Day Offered Location
CGMG 319/751 814 MON/WED Campus .

This Course was not Offered During Fall 2022 Term

The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Winter 2023 Term

The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Spring/Summer 2023 Term