GRAD > MBAMKT > 680
Through both lectures and company visits in China and the US, this course offers students an in-depth look at how business is conducted in both countries. The unique global comparative approach provides students with both theoretical foundations and first-hand experience to learn the differences and similarities of different managerial systems and entrepreneurial practices indifferent cultural settings. The course emphasizes the relationships between management functions such as marketing, human resources, accounting, finance, and information technology and the social, economical, political, and technological environments in different cultures.
Pre Requisites: Pre-requisite = MBAMGT 650Co-requisite = MBAMKT 670