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Course Overview

The course provides a foundation to understand the various issues that affect a business when expanding to the global marketplace. These include geographical, historical, cultural, political/legal, economic, and transnational environments of business, as well as an introduction to foreign exchange rates and economic integration. This course is intentionally structured to promote multi-cultural understanding and personal transformation. Teaching methods will include instructor-led dialogue, group discussions, role plays, and peer feedback on your work, which have been demonstrated to encourage greater multicultural understanding, respect and appreciation.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: GSR 150

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate