Department of International BusinessInternational Business Major

Course Descriptions & Learning Objectives

International Business      Credit   Department
MAN 3025 Organization and Management 3 MA
MAN 4442 International Business Negotiations 3 MA
MAN 4600 International Management 3 MA
MAN 4602 International Business 3 MA
FIN4615 International Banking 3 MA
MAN 4613 International Risk Assessment 3 MA
FIN 4604 International Financial Management 3 MA
MAN 4633 MNC Strategic Simulation 3 MA
MAN 4660 Business in Latin America 3 MA
MAN 4661 Business in Asia 3 MA
MAN 4662 Business in Europe 3 MA
MAN 4672 IB Regulation and Ethics 3 MA
MAN 4720 Strategic Management 3 MA
MAN 4956 Study Abroad in IB 3 MA
MAN 4203 Leadership in Multilateral Organizations 3 MA
MAN 4610 International Human Resources 3 MA
MAN 4671 Special Topics in International Business 3 MA
MAN 4203 Leadership in Multilateral Organizations 3 MA
MAN4629 IB Internship II 3 MA

Supervised work in a selected organization in the area of international business.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe international internship experiences that relate to the content of your academic courses ( and discuss several specific Management, Finance, IB, Accounting, Marketing and/or Information Systems courses).
  • Explain the organizational structure, roles, and individual responsibilities within your internship organization.
  • Identify what you have learned about your career regarding professional and work-related interests.
  • Describe your internship experiences/opportunities and what your learned about effective teamwork, networking, and development of communication skills.
  • Explain how the Employer Evaluation of you will change your professional work habits.
  • Discuss what you observed and learned about supervisory/leadership styles in the international context.
  • Describe the importance of ethical decision making standards in the organization where you interned.
  • Compare cultural and business differences in the international context of you internship and explain how they differ from traditional US business practices.
  • Discuss how you had to adapt to the international context in order to face the realities and workplace dilemmas you encountered.


International Business Major

(Table of Learning Objectives)


Learning Objective Code

Learning Objective Description


Students will be able to discuss the impact of globalization on countries, businesses and their citizens.


Students will be able to explain the role of international organizations/agreements that affect business organizations including regional agreements, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund.


Students will analyze the political, legal, economic, socio/cultural environment of multinational organizations in order to develop competitive strategies in a global environment.


Students evaluate the impact of internationalization on company strategies and on the mode of entry chosen by a multinational organization.


Students will apply their knowledge on cultural values in critiquing the implementation of different management techniques in a different culture.


Students will design a marketing strategy for an international market (4Ps).


Students will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of international finance  that are deemed necessary to conduct financial transactions in today's global economy, including development and current status of international monetary system, foreign exchange exposure, global parity conditions,  forecasting FOREX, global capital budgeting, global cost of capital, and exports and/imports.

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