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BUS 573 - International Business & Marketing

This course begins by providing material describing the institutions and the operations of businesses operating internationally. With this descriptive material as a background, the salient features of the international economy-and of selected individual countries-will be highlighted as determining the environment of international operations. Next, specific managerial policies and practices-in the areas of planning, etc.-will be examined and expanded or modified to meet the new, broader, international situation. Finally, the problems-and opportunities-of operating in different cultures will be confronted. Prerequisite: BUS500

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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