Global Business

Course Number: BUSADMIN 1300
Course Name: Global Business (Online)
Course Description:    This course will survey current issues and trends in global business. Specific emphasis will be placed on the impact of these trends on managers in the multinational organizational setting. Topics include a study of the economic, financial and legal environments of international business. In addition, trade issues and corporate strategies will be discussed.
Prerequisites:    None
Level: Undergraduate
Credits: 3
Format: Online  (This course is also offered in print.)
Program: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Registration Instructions

NOTE: The information below is representative of the course and is subject to change.  The specific details of the course will be available in the Desire2Learn course instance for the course in which a student registers.

Additional Information

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Business Administration 1300, Global Business, you will be able to do the following:

  • Understand the social, cultural, economic, and political environments which affect the conduct of global business.
  • Compare the way business is conducted across a variety of cultures.
  • Understand the influences on international trade policies.
  • Understand how economic integration influences trade.
  • Build the skills necessary to conduct business successfully in a global marketplace.
  • Explore how businesses may enter the international market.
  • Express ideas, opinions, and knowledge in written format.

Unit Descriptions

  • Unit 1: Exploring Globalization
  • Unit 2: Global Trade and Monetary Systems
  • Unit 3: The Organization in a Global Marketplace

Exams:  There are 3 exams for this course.

Assignments:  There are 15.

Group Assignments:  There are 3 group projects for this course.

Grading Information
The breakdown of points is as follows:

Activity Possible Points
Lesson Exploration Exercises (15 @ 10 pts. each) 150 points
Term Definitions (3 @ 10 pts. each) 30 points
Unit papers (3 @ 25 pts. each) 75 points
Unit Collaborative Assignments (3 @ 25 pts. each) 75 points
Exams (3 @ 100 pts. each) 300 points
Total: 630 points


Grading Scale
A 93% - 100%
A- 90% - 92%
B+ 88% - 89%
B 83% - 87%
B- 80% - 82%
C+ 78% - 79%
C 73% - 77%
C- 70% - 72%
D+ 68% - 69%
D 60% - 67%
F 0% - 59%


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