International Business

International Business Courses – Learning Goals and Objectives

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Courses with an asterisk* do not have individual college, program, or major learning goals. However, each course has specific course goals listed on the class syllabi provided by the professor.                          

IBUS301 – Fundamentals of International Business

Major Level Learning Goals and Objectives

The Fundamentals of International Business course satisfies the following International Business major level learning goals and objectives:

Goal 1: Students will analyze the international environments in which businesses operate

Objectives:  Students will be able to:

A.        Examine the elements of societal culture, especially ethics and social responsibility

B.        Identify the critical aspects of the external environment that must be modified when expanding from a domestic to an international market

Goal 2: Students will model the data from the international environments to support decision making

Objectives:  Students will be able to:

A.        Integrate the complex aspects of the international environment into a cohesive decision model

B.        Find, analyze, and apply international data

Goal 3: Students will solve problems related to international competition

Objectives:  Students will be able to:

A.        Perform international marketing screening processes

B.        Apply models for analyzing competitive positioning in order to develop international market opportunities

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