Upon course completion, students will be able to:
1. Analyze international aviation management and practices through the study of aviation international trade and foreign investment theory.
2. Analyze international aviation organization structures through an evaluation of monetary system and balance of payments.
3. Assess the effect of various socioeconomic forces on the conduct of aviation business and management within a foreign environment. 2
4. Assess the effect of export and import practices and procedures on aviation management and business.
5. Formulate strategic initiatives for the entry into a foreign country for aviation operations which are compatible with local environment forces.
6. Analyze the national laws, treaties, international organizations, and private international law impacting international aviation management.
7. Examine the impediments to worldwide standardization of aviation maintenance and operations systems and procedures.
8. Analyze the effectiveness of the International Management Information Systems (IMIS).