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I B 303: International BusinessOperationsThe information contained on this page is designed to give students a representative example ofmaterial covered in the course. Any information related to course assignments, dates, or coursematerials is illustrative only. For a definitive list of materials, please check the online catalog 3-4 weeksbefore the course start date.IB 303: International Business Operations (3 credits)Overview|Objectives|Materials|Library Resources|Technical Requirements|Grading|Course Schedule|Assignments|Academic Integrity|Accommodating Disabilities|Additional PoliciesOverviewInternational Business addresses the manager's perspective in the areas of international trade, cultural adaptation andinternational investment. Emphasis is placed on materials and concepts that focus on the strategies, structure, practices,and effects of multinational enterprises. Key areas analyzed include: politics, regulations, legalities, economics, culture,foreign direct investment, modes of entry and competition. Comparison between domestic and internationaldepartmental functions, such as marketing, manufacturing, finance, human resources, supply chain managements andlogistics, are investigated.return to top of pageObjectivesThe objective of IB 303 is to prepare students to understand the differences and complexity between domestic andinternational organizations to compete successfully in this global environment. IB 303 will:Assist students in understanding what globalization is by assessing the differences between domestic andinternational operations.Promote understanding of international institutions and practices.Introduce students to the impact of cultural differences on the organization.Develop in students an awareness of the impact of environmental forces including politics, regulations, legalities,economics, culture, technology and competition.Assess the importance of market research in key areas such as market entry, market selection and marketstrategies in different regions of the world.Analyze a company’s international operations including manufacturing, supply-chain management (SCM),marketing, finance and human resources.Help students understand the impact of international operations on local businesses
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return to top of pageMaterialsMost World Campus courses require that students purchase materials (e.g., textbooks, specific software, etc.). To learnabout how to order materials, please see theCourse Materials page(). Youshould check theWorld Campus Course Catalog()approximately 3–4 weeksbefore the course begins for a list of required materials.return to top of pageLibrary ResourcesMany of Penn State's library resources can be utilized from a distance. Through the University Libraries website, you canaccess magazine, journal, and newspaper articles online using library databases;borrow materials and have them delivered to your doorstep...or even your desktop;

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