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ORL 546 - Global Systems and Issues

In the era of globalization, it is important for students to develop perspectives on global problems, systems, and issues. This course is designed to help students prepare for an increasingly globalized world. Students will learn competencies and skills to function in a highly integrated, interconnected, and interdependent world we live in today. They will explore the challenges geographical, social, economic, political, and cultural differences present for an organization. Students will also develop interdisciplinary perspectives on how the borderless and globalized system operates and affects the organizations in different ways.

Prerequisite: ORL505

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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