International Business (INT) Courses

Descriptions of courses offered for the International Business Major in the College of Business

INT 2183 International Management

Three hours

A study of the role of management in directing and improving organizational performance in a global environment. Topics discussed include various types of risk, strategic planning, operations, communications, negotiation, legal and socio-ethical issues. Meets the Global Studies requirement of the Core Curriculum. (Same as MGT 2183.)

Offered fall semester

INT 3153 International Marketing

Three hours

Study of the marketing process from an international/global perspective with emphasis on developing, promoting, and pricing products in emerging markets. Meets the Global Studies requirement of the Core Curriculum. (Same as MKT 3153.) Prerequisite: ECN 2003 or ECN 2113.

Offered spring semester

INT 3173 International Finance

Three hours

Study of methods and processes of financial management for multinational organizations. Prerequisites: ATG 2183, and ECN 2003 or ECN 2113.

Offered spring semester

INT 4131, 4132, 4133 Selected Topics

One to three hours

A course offering students opportunities to study subjects of special interest. May be offered on a group basis in a classroom setting or as independent study under faculty supervision. Prerequisites: junior standing and consent of instructor.

Offered upon sufficient request

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