Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Define international business and summarize the key factors influencing the environment in which an international or global manager must operate.
2. Evaluate the international monetary environment to include currency exchange risk and hedging techniques.
3. Analyze how business ethics and corporate social responsibility are affecting the international business environment.
4. Analyze techniques used to design and develop organizational structures for an international business.
5. Evaluate organizational change and the strategic planning process as they affect international businesses.
6. Evaluate human resource strategies as they apply to international businesses.
7. Evaluate regional and economic integration in terms of how this might affect a business operating in the international business environment.
8. Evaluate the group process and how it may influence decision making in the international business environment.
9. Demonstrate appropriate and effective research skills in international business (for example, trade theory, international monetary issues, and strategic planning) and be able to communicate the results (written in APA format/oral) in this course.