International Business is one of the courses offered by the School of Management, Asia e University (AeU). Similar to other courses offered by the School of Management, this 3 credit hour course will be conducted over 15 weeks and is usually offered twice yearly in February and September semesters.
This is a core course for all students undergoing Bachelor of Management (Hons). Thus, students should be able to thoroughly understand the topics covered in this course before pursuing to higher level of management subjects.
The AeU standard requires students to accumulate 40 study hours for every credit hour. This course carries 3 credit hours, therefore, it requires an accumulation of 120 study hours. Table 1 below gives you an approximation of how the 120 hours could be used.
Total learning hours Breakdown:
42 12 30
18 18 Subject
The objectives of this unit are to: 1. Develop students to think internationally; 2. Provide an introduction to the major social, political and economic challenges facing international business in the 21st century; 3. Help students develop competence in the use of the theoretical and empirical approaches to the analysis of economic and business issues in the international environment; and 4.
On completion of unit, students should be able to: 1. Explain the drivers of globalization, the motives for international business and the threats and opportunities arising from these forces; explain how business operations function to achieve international business objectives and the processes involved in internationalizing the business operation; 2. Analyse and assess the impact on business operations of the social, economic and political differences among nations, and of the nature and regulation of links and transfers that exits among nations; 3. Formulate operational responses to the impacts posed by cultural diversity and globalization
to manage and control than domestic operations and choose appropriate means to
This subject discusses the overall global environment (macro level) impacting on business and the strategies used by companies around the globe in encountering the situation and dynamic change faced. Discussion also includes topics like industry analysis, strategy formulation, and strategy implementation.
Learners are advised to do additional readings on International Business. The following are some recommended references: 1. Charles Hill (2004) International Business: Competing in the Global market place, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill. 2.
3rd Edition. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 3. JD Daniels & LH Radebaugh (2001), International Business. New York, Prentice Hall, 9th Ed.
THE BACKGROUND OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
LE AR NIN G OUTCOMES
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