International Management Specialization

Develop your leadership skills with a specialization in International Management. When you add the International Management specialization, you will supplement your online undergraduate degree to focus on management skills. These courses are designed to delve into management topics such as international economics, marketing, business, and finance. Your specialization may require prerequisite course work. Please talk to your advisor for more information. Learn more about the specialization courses for your degree program.

International Management Specialization for Undergraduate Degrees

Sharpen your focus with a specialization in International Management. You will learn how to exercise leadership in a diverse array of international and multicultural scenarios in these four (4), three (3) credit courses.

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Degrees Offering the International Management Specialization

Undergraduate International Management Specialization Courses

BUS 343 International Marketing

3 Credits

Examination of cultural, economic, and political factors that affect marketing of goods and services worldwide. Emphasis is on adapting the marketing strategies of domestic marketers to international operations and the institutional structure that exists in international markets. Marketing strategies of firms operation within these markets are also examined.

BUS 357 International Business

3 Credits

Students examine functional areas of business from an international perspective. The importance of differing cultural and political assumptions in business is also addressed.

BUS 450 International Finance

3 Credits

An examination of the international aspects of corporate finance and investing, the course covers balance of payments, foreign exchange with emphasis on exchange rate determination, exchange risk, hedging, and interest arbitrage, international money and capital markets, international financing, and international banking.

ECO 320 International Economics

3 Credits

This course will focus on the environment of firms with particular emphasis on economic variables such as GNP, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates and international trade.