Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.
Businesses around the world are tapping into new markets by going international. A master’s of international business is a great asset for employers. It allows them to hire a person who understands the world of business beyond the borders of their home country.
The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.
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Whether it’s a one-person startup or a multi-national conglomerate, business is business. Find out if it’s for you, and acquire valuable skills that will help you succeed in college and in life. You’ll visit four of the world's leading innovation hubs and do much more than observe. You’ll design your own startup, learn to sell, negotiate, present, network – and ultimately think like a business person. [+]
The SGBS program is open to any graduate student currently attending university/college. Study global strategy, cross-cultural management and social entrepreneurship for 4 weeks June - July 2017. [+]
With the Business Administration - International Business program you can acquire the skills for a career with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting firms, customs brokers, or with consulting and trading companies. [+]
Earn this certificate and prepare for employment with companies engaged in international commerce or seeking to enter the global marketplace. Or, opt for public-sector work in this exciting business [+]
Course - International Business Management
Earn this certificate and prepare for employment with companies engaged in international commerce or seeking to enter the global marketplace. Or, opt for public-sector work in this exciting business field.
In addition to disciplines determined by your own background and interest areas, career opportunities include:Customs brokerage Distribution and logistics Government agencies and commissions Import/export management International finance administration International marketing and sales
The NC DifferenceNiagara is a dynamic player in the international commerce arena Niagara’s border frontier is one of the busiest international crossing points in the world Students complete internships of at least 150 hours Faculty members have diverse expertise areas in international business Opportunity to qualify for National FITT (Forum for International Trade Training) sponsored International Trade Diploma Completion of all educational requirements for the CITP (Certified International Trade Professional) designation ... [-]
Global Business: Making the Matrix Work is designed for functional VPs and business unit managers who have to manage within complex environments which are organized into a matrix by product, function and geography... [+]
Global Business: Making The Matrix Work
In a world with perfectly integrated and interconnected markets across borders, there should be little room for differences in business strategy across countries and cultures. However, evidence tells us that the world economy is far from the perfect integration paradigm: We live in a semi-globalized world where distance matters.
In order to be successful, a firm’s global strategy needs to recognize cultural, administrative, geographic and economic differences – and how to take advantage of those differences. One tactic is to employ a diverse workforce, to be able to respond to a more diverse clientele. This calls for a new type of organization, one that spreads internationally and evolves within a complex and multi-cultural environment. It is in this complex environment where many companies are organized into a matrix by product, function and geography that today’s leaders are challenged to grow the business.... [-]
An analysis of the global economic, political, and cultural patterns affecting international business. [+]
This course provides the student with the opportunity to apply concepts and theories learned in their life experiences and academic program to virtual organizations and competitive environments. [+]
The course places special focus on the impact of NAFTA and GATT upon the strategic management of business enterprises. [+]
A capstone course for MBA students. To enroll in MGT 602, MBA students must first complete at least 30 quarter units of the MBA program requirements, other than MGT 610C
An in-depth study of general management functions as organizations adapt to the global environment, this course emphasizes environmental characteristics that make strategic management critical to organizational success, including assessment of organizational strengths and weaknesses, identification of opportunities and threats, optimum response to unanticipated events, and strategic analysis in turbulent environments. It also analyzes the sociocultural, political, economic, ethical, technological, and regulatory environments that have an impact on businesses in multicultural settings. The course places special focus on the impact of NAFTA and GATT upon the strategic management of business enterprises. Explores global business opportunities provided through new technologies for both small firms and large corporations.... [-]