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Classes needed as - History and Core Minor/core Core POL 265(Comparative Survey of World Political Systems A survey of important issues and trends

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History and Core Minor/core Core - POL 265 (Comparative Survey of World Political Systems.) A survey of important issues and trends in world political systems that places American government and politics in a comparative context. Included will be terminology, concepts, and methods of comparative politics. Topics may include institutions, behavior, constitutional processes, political parties and interest groups, public policy, political development, transitions from authoritarianism to democracy and from statist to market economies, sources of domestic violence, and other major concerns of the field. BBA Management and International Business Double major Other - PSY 131 (Introduction to Psychology.) This course is designed to be a broad survey of the field of psychology covering such topics as learning, perception, personality, development, psychopathology, etc. It covers both the theoretical basis and the empirical content of these areas. General Business Administration - GBA 389 (Business Communications.) Communication as a management tool in business and a personal skill with emphasis on the logical and psychological development of routine messages and reports. Prerequisite: Ability to use a word processing package. Finance - FIN 367 (Business Finance. ) A study is made of financial principles as applied to management of funds, capital budgeting, sources of funds, techniques of financial analysis, cost of capital, financial leverage, capital structure, forecasting financial needs, management of working capital, financial policies, analysis and regulation of security issues, and international finance - FIN 471 (International Finance.) This course provides the student with a background in international finance by examining financial circumstances/problems unique to the multi-national firm. Some areas of study are international market forces that affect
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interest rates and currency values, hedging currency positions, and financing capital budgeting for the multinational firms. Management
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course ECO 233 taught by Professor Gonzales during the Spring '08 term at Sam Houston State University.

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Classes needed as - History and Core Minor/core Core POL 265(Comparative Survey of World Political Systems A survey of important issues and trends

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