BUS 401 A - Global Business Perspectives
Designed to provide Gies seniors with a semester-long experience that prepares them to become informed global citizens, ready to lead a life on purpose. The course objectives are threefold: a) to help students make sense of the complicated and ambiguous globalized world we live in; b) to provide students with the tools to re-frame problems and to create team-based, alternative solutions to complex issues facing firms, industries, and societies; and c) to guide students on their continued journey of self-reflection and discovery. Students will be challenged to increase their holistic understanding of countries around the world (geography, history, culture, etc.), as well as to learn how complex, interdependent global forces (e.g., economic, environmental, political, technological) function and are influenced by ethical choices of individuals and organizations. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Credit is not be given for BADM 380 if taken concurrently or subs
For Spring 2020 only, the prerequisite of BUS 301 is waived. Credit may be available through petition as a substitute for other business electives which take an international perspective.
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Course Level: Graduate