INTST 150 International Business • 5 Cr.
Surveys international business and trade. Students focus on the inter-relationships among technology, culture, law, and economics in the contemporary world.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Critically reflect on their own strengths and cultural heritage to more effectively work in the pluralistic environment of international business.
- Critically analyze the environment of international business including political, economic, and socio-cultural forces, using models of universalism to reduce inequity, promote resilience, and empower those who are marginalized.
- Critically evaluate international business practices through the lens of ethical and social responsibility, including cultural homogenization in international trade/business practices and issues with regard to environmental sustainability.
- Communicate effectively both orally and in writing regarding international business issues.
- Work cooperatively in culturally diverse teams of students to authentically interact and communicate to complete assigned activities.