EMT 630 Global Business and Markets

This is a comprehensive course in global business and markets providing a broad, multidisciplinary understanding of global business. The theoretical context for engaging in international trade is established, with attention to the current economic and political environment. Then the business level rationale and techniques for initiating trade, as well as the functional area decisions that must be made, are discussed. Topics include: cultural differences; international trade; regional economic integration; international monetary system; entry strategies; strategic alliances; exporting and importing; global production and logistics; global marketing.



Cross Listed Courses

MGT 630


MGT 699


School of Business

Typically Offered Periods

Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer Session 1