BUS-C271 Global Business Analysis - Business Communications
- 8 weeks
- 1.5 credits
- Prerequisite(s): BUS-D270 with grade of C or higher
C271 extends the knowledge gained in D270, Global Business Environment. This class concentrates directly on the management of multinational firms. Students are placed in the role of the decision-makers responsible for solving the myriad of practical problems resulting from a globalized and highly interconnected business environment. Sample topics:
- Doing Business in Germany: Doing Business in Germany explores the answer to the critical question: Why is Germany the current economic powerhouse of Europe? Supported by interesting videos and articles, students will explore Germany's economic strength, its family-run manufacturing companies, its dual system of education and apprenticeships, the unique culture of its people, its recent reunification and influx of refugees, and its leadership within the EU.
- The Business of Cuba: The goal of the Global Foundations Core is to introduce strategies to analyze and interpret the economic, social, political, legal, cultural, and technological influences that drive the global economy. The Business of Cuba course offers an academic global experience in which students learn about industry and business issues relevant to Cuba. The course will focus on a specific business question/s of the transitioning economic landscape in Cuba. The course is designed to be a research-based, focused, hands-on learning experience. Students will learn about Cuba's economy, businesses, history, politics, and culture to approach the central learning question.