International Business Communication Introduction


Complexities confronting U.S. firms and their management in international environments. Emphasizes functional and planning areas, including organization, market research, and financial analysis.

Course Content:

  1. Globalization and International Business
  2. The Cultural Environments Facing Business
  3. The Political and Legal Environments Facing Business
  4. The Economic Environment Facing Business
  5. Globalization and Society
  6. International Trade and Factor-Mobility Theory
  7. Governmental Influence on Trade
  8. Cross-National Cooperation and Agreements
  9. Global Foreign-Exchange Markets
  10. The Determination of Exchange Rates
  11. The Strategy of International Business
  12. Country Evaluation and Selection
  13. Export and Import Strategies
  14. Direct Investment and Collaborative Strategies
  15. The Organization of International Business
  16. Marketing Globally
  17. Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management
  18. International Accounting Issues
  19. The Multinational Finance Function
  20. Human Resource Management

Online Courses:

Course materials are accessed online, and all assignments must be submitted online. Optional course readings may be available but do not include the self-check assignments or graded assignments.

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