IBUS 3200 3.00

Level Undergraduate
Department INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - ROOM SSB N305A, (416)736-2100(X77960) fax (416) 736-5687

This course focuses on how to deal with the issues affecting the success of organizations operating internationally through exporting, importing, licensing or engaging in foreign direct investment. Role-playing, and development of an international business plan will be utilized in generating the skills and mind-set required for dealing with real-life international business situations.

Prerequisites/corequisites: Enrolment in the third or fourth year of the iBBA Program or enrolment in the third or fourth year of the BBA Program. BBA students must also take SB/ECON 3510 3.0 Applied International Economics either as a corequisite or as a prerequisite for this course. The course is required for the Schulich Certificate in International Management, but students do not have to enrol in the Certificate to take the course.