BINT - International Business (BINT)

BINT 3001  Global Business  (3 Credits)  

The thrust of this course is to develop “global business literacy” in students. The focus is on trends and forces that shape international commercial activity and their impacts on business decisions. The topics covered stem from the broad viewpoint of international trade, economics, finance, political and economic geography, risk management, marketing, ethics and international law. These topics are presented from the perspective of a generalist. (The faculty strongly recommends that students complete this course before taking other international business courses in the Stillman School curriculum.) Offered: Fall, Spring.

Prerequisites: BACC 2103 and (BACC 2104) and (BITM 2701) and (BLAW 2301) and (ECON 1402) and (ECON 1403)  
Enrollment limited to students with a semester level of Junior or Senior.  
BINT 4526  Doing Business in Canada  (3 Credits)  
BINT 4555  Poland - Econ Politics  (3 Credits)  
BINT 4911  Doing Business in Middle East  (3 Credits)  

Travel to different destinations in this region to study the way people live and conduct business. Requirements include pre-trip meetings, lectures during the trip and a final paper or project.

BINT 4915  Doing Busines in Brazil  (3 Credits)  
BINT 4920  Leadershp Devlmnt Study Abroad  (3 Credits)  
BINT 4923  Leadershp Devlmnt - Florence  (3 Credits)  
BINT 4924  Doing Bus in India  (3 Credits)  

Travel to different destinations in this region to study the way people live and conduct business. Requirements include pre-trip meetings, lectures during the trip and a final paper or project. 3 credits

BINT 4999  Directed Research Intl Bus  (3 Credits)  

Individual research in the area of international business independent of a formal course structure. Prerequisite: permission of supervising faculty member and department chair prior to registration. 3 credits

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