Business - GR (BUSW)

Courses

BUSW 604  International Business Administration  3 Credits (3,0)

Analyze major issues in the operation of international business including structure, location, and strategic planning; evaluate foreign market entry methods, foreign currency exchange issues, hedging, and the International Monetary Fund; analyze human resource issues including culture, communications, labor force management, teamwork, and ethics; evaluate trade theories, tariffs, and other barriers to trade.

BUSW 635  Business Strategy for Managers  3 Credits (3,0)

Long-term planning and management tools to formulate the organization's strategic vision and policies. Application of the concepts are applied to the domestic and international activities of organizations to create a sustainable competitive advantage.Pre-Requisite: Should be last course taken of the MBAA core.

BUSW 699  Special Topics in Business Administration  1-3 Credit (1-3,0)

In this course, students elect to perform a special, directed analysis and/or independent study in an area of particular interest. Candidates selecting this elective must prepare a detailed proposal for the desired project and present the proposal to the graduate program chair or department chair for faculty review. Proposals must be submitted at least four weeks prior to the start of the term in which the elective is being taken.