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BMGT 150 International Business Issues Seminar

This course explores the interconnectedness of current business issues across business disciplines--economics, finance, human resource management, and marketing--around the issues of globalization and social responsibility. The primary methodology will be to analyze businesses expanding into global markets including demand in the marketplace, financing options, people management, and marketing opportunities through the framework of an environmental scan.

Credits

1

Course Objectives

  1. Analyze and reflect on global business practices developing a profile of the economic, sociocultural,
    political/legal, technological, and competitive environments that impact business within
    Asia, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, and North America.
  2. Develop and present an environmental scan of a region comparing business practices and
    reflecting on the interconnectedness of business across regions and cultures.

Course Objectives

  1. Analyze and reflect on global business practices developing a profile of the economic, sociocultural,
    political/legal, technological, and competitive environments that impact business within
    Asia, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, and North America.

    Learning Activity Artifact

    • Other (please fill out box below)
    • Environmental Scan

    Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

    • Other (please fill out box below)
    • Global Rubric

    Global Competency

    • GC1
    • GC2
  2. Develop and present an environmental scan of a region comparing business practices and
    reflecting on the interconnectedness of business across regions and cultures.

    Learning Activity Artifact

    • Other (please fill out box below)
    • Environmental Scan

    Procedure for Assessing Student Learning

    • Other (please fill out box below)
    • Global Rubric

    Global Competency

    • GC3
    • GC4