Credit hours: 3
Prerequisites: Intro to International Business
This course is a study of international management focusing on the role of executive, middle, and front-line management in directing and improving organizational performance in a global environment. Major topics include strategic, cultural, behavioral, legal, socio-ethical issues, and functional aspects of international management. Concepts covered include the management of various types of international risk, strategic planning, operations, communications and negotiations, legal and socio-ethical issues facing modern institutions. Development of management systems, as well as, the functions, strategies, and structures of management will be discussed. Students will be exposed to the tools of management used in the international environment.