BUS 707: International Business Thesis
Course Syllabus Overview
This course is designed primarily for business student who is especially interested in International Economics. I am pleased to instruct you in this course, which is a self-directed symposium based on International Business Management books. This course will allow you to pick and choose which books you will use and study during this course.
In order to be successful in the modern business world, it is imperative that managers of all levels realize they must acquire proficiency in the areas of researching, writing, organizing, budgeting, and marketing. Other skills needed are knowledge of international emerging and mature markets, international trade and financial organizations, and the rules of the international competition and business ethics. Executives and managers must have the ability to analyze a great diversity of foreign markets in order to implement the right strategy to conquer and profitably sustain these markets.
The focus of this course is on real world managerial application of international business. During this course, you will use all of the above-mentioned skills and one more important one in your managerial career: work under pressure to meet a deadline. The course will help you not only in acquiring more knowledge but also the ability to present, defend and use this knowledge in a timely and practical manner.
“International Economics,” 11e, Robert J. Carbaugh, 2007: Thomson South –Western.
ORInternational Business: Strategy, Management, and the New Realities Tamer Cavusgil (Author), Gary Knight (Author), John Riesenberger (Author) Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 Har/Pas edition (November 24, 2007) ISBN-10: 0131738607 ISBN-13: 978-0131738607