In the globalized world of business today, navigating the tenants of trade agreements, tariffs, and various trade rules are confusing and often misunderstood by U.S. business persons entering the international market. This seminar introduces you to the key concepts of international business such as embargos, sanctions, role of the World Trade Organization, gray market goods/intellectual property, and various functions of trade. We will discuss various aspects of international business such as understanding tariffs, dumping, parallel imports, and explore key issues in international financing such as letters of credit and use of INCOTERMS. Students will have hand's on application of the material through individual and group exercises. Individuals from all backgrounds will benefit by exploring and applying those concepts we hear on the news or internet every day!Online prework required.
Faculty: Kimra Coons
Graduate On-Ground Seminar: MNGT 5500 04
Undergraduate On-Ground Seminar: MNGT 3100 04
Advanced Registration Required:
Saturday, March 25 at 8:30am to 5:30pm
East Academic Building
545 Garden Ave. 63119