MNGT4320 International Management

Course Description

This is a study of administrative philosophies, policies, and practices of international business organizations. The nature of management processes and activities is examined in terms of different social, cultural, political, and economic environments.

Course Credits: 3

PrerequisitesMNGT 3310

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will integrate, differentiate and evaluate management concepts applied to international business.
  • Student will integrate previously learned aspects of globalization to address public policy and enterprise proposals.
  • Student will integrate current trends in the international business to unique problems faced by the international businesses.
  • Students will demonstrate good profession written and oral communicative skills application on addressing international issues in an individual written assignment.
  • Working on the above goals will help students will become familiar with knowledge areas needed by management professionals in international enterprises.