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JSGS 878: International Business Environment

Description
Looks at international trade from the perspective of the private sector practitioner, manager or consultant. Topics include FDI, international cultural, physical, economic, socioeconomic, political, legal and financial environmental forces, competitive intelligence, international marketing challenges, and international financial and human resources management.
Credit units
.3
Term description
College
Graduate Studies and Research
Department
JSGS Executive Director Office
Formerly
INTR 808
Restriction(s)
Admission into the Master of International Trade (M.I.T.) program or by permission of the instructor.
Note:
Students with credit for INTR 808 will not receive credit for this course.