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International Business

  • Taught by Leading Industry Experts
  • Delves Deep Into the Global Economy
  • Covers Basic and Advanced Topics

In an era of global communications, interdependent economies, and major international political developments, an understanding of underlying economic, political, and social forces is critical. These courses cover the cultural, economic, political, and social influences in international business. They provide an overview of banking products and services offered to global corporations and discuss the basic concepts of multinational financial management and the impact of foreign exchange on cash flow.

International Trade Transactions

Learn the fundamental concepts of international business transactions, specifically international trade.

2019 Spring
1 section

Principles of International Banking

Develop a complete understanding of international banking from an insider’s perspective, including the role of central banks and SWIFT.

1 section

Introduction to International Business and Finance

Analyze the international business and financial environment by learning fundamental principles and examining the dynamics of the global economy.

2019 Spring
1 section

A 21st-Century Approach to Language Learning: Online Mandarin I

Take your first steps toward Mandarin language proficiency through these engaging, interactive, asynchronous online lessons.

2019 Spring
1 section

International Cash Management and Working Capital

Take a comprehensive approach to international cash management and working capital in the corporate world.

International Trade Logistics

Explore the issues that international logistics professionals must address and the methods they employ to meet the needs of international business.

Emerging Economies in the International Financial System

Explore the international monetary and financial system, including the opportunities and constraints faced by emerging economies in this system.