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International Business Courses (IBUS)

Undergraduate Courses In Management (MGMT)

3311 International Business (3-0). This course will survey international business frameworks, trade and investment theories and institutions, multinational corporations, strategy, functional management, operations and concerns.
Prerequisite: Junior standing.

3312 International Management (3-0). This course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills needed to manage effectively in different cultures to ensure sustained competitive advantage.
Prerequisite: Junior standing.

3381 International Study Abroad in Business (3-0). This course is designed for classes offered through the study abroad program. Course topics vary by program. (This course may be repeated for up to 6 hours to meet major requirements.)

4331 Global Supply Chain Management (3-0). The course explores key issues involved with design and management of global supply chains. Specifically, the course will focus on the integration of suppliers, logistics, production facilities, and distribution centers in order for customers to receive the right product at the right quantity and the right time. Also, emphasis will be given to issues of contract administration, location, and evaluation of foreign suppliers, exchange fluctuations, and customs procedures. Key concepts of supply chain management (SCM) and opportunities involving SCM strategy will be studied. In addition to conceptual topics, quantitative tools will also be presented in class.
Prerequisites: Management 3305.

Graduate Courses In Management (MGMT)

6314 Multinational Management Strategy (3-0). An advanced study of global strategies and management practices as compared with those in the European Union. Special focus will be given to creating a single, seamless organization capable of operating in a dynamic international environment. This course is usually taught off-campus as part of the International Studies Program.

6321 International Business (3-0). International business environmental frameworks; trade and investment theories and institutions; multinational corporation policy, strategy, functional management, operations, and concerns.