I B-INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (I B)
I B 317. International Marketing
Same as MKTG 317.
I B 351. International Business
The various aspects of international business, and identification and analysis of problems encountered by multinational companies.
Prerequisite: junior standing or consent of instructor.
I B 398. International Business and Economic Environments
Description and analysis of various world regions, e.g., Pacific Rim, Eastern Europe, South Asia. Region will vary from semester to semester.
I B 449. Open Economy Macroeconomics
This course studies theoretical and empirical macroeconomics in international dimension. It covers from the fundamental concepts of national income and growth, monetary/fiscal and exchange rate policies, foreign exchange markets, international trade and finance, and regionalization/economic integration to the impact analysis of these macroeconomic fundamentals in the open economy. Crosslisted with: ECON 449.
Prerequisite(s): FIN 341 OR ECON 311.
I B 450. International Economics
Trade and capital flows between countries, international payments, government policy in balance-of-payments and tariff matters, international organizations. Crosslisted with: ECON 450G
I B 458. Comparative International Management
Cultural influences on management are examined in a global business environment with a particular emphasis on human behavior in multinational organizations and the management of human resources. Same as Mgt. 458.
I B 475. International Finance
Prerequisite(s): FIN 341.
I B 489. Senior Seminar in International Business
Capstone class for I B majors. Integration of previous classwork via the examination of case studies and completion of a major project.
Prerequisite: I B core.