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BA 2430 International Management

Course Description: International Management BA 2430 presents an in depth analysis of the international management function. It is a study of the current cultural, economic, political, sociological and technological differences that exist among various regions and countries. In addition, this course concentrates on the basic management philosophies needed for success in the global marketplace.

Textbook: International Business; Competing in the Global Marketplace, Hill, Charles W.L . McGraw-Hill/Irwin.

Prerequisite: BA 2010 Principles of Management

Specific Concepts to Address:

  • Importance of international management
  • Factors increasing the role of international business
  • Reasons for businesses to expand internationally
  • Product lifecycle in the context of international business
  • Inward- and outward-looking perspectives of international business
  • Compare and contrast international and domestic operations
  • Relationships with host governments
  • Competition between multinational's and domestic firms
  • Strategic implications of cultural differences
  • Importance of planning in international business

Helpful Documentation:

  • Current resume
  • Job description for each international management position held
  • Recent performance evaluation with applicable signatures
  • Letter from immediate supervisor documenting your international business position
  • Documentation of formal training courses that have been completed (i.e. certificates)
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