Catalogue 2012 - 2013

ILP 230 Business and the Global Environment

Credits

3 cr.

Prerequisite

Sophomore standing.

Course Description

This course focuses on political, cultural, economic, and social elements related to globalization of the business environment and covers a broad spectrum of issues. Learning outcomes are focused on the recognition and understanding of concepts and practices with respect to: the economics of international monetary and banking systems; the nature of regional economic integration; theories of international trade; the organization of global firms; cross-cultural marketing issues; international legal frameworks and trade organizations; and ethics and social responsibility.

Sustainability majors must take SUS 230.

Distribution

CR