KEISER UNIVERSITYCourse Syllabus MAN 551 International Business - Spring A 2020Credit Hours: 3.0 graduate semester credit hours Prerequisites: BUS510Course Time/ Room: Thursday: 5:45PM-9:00PM / Turner Bldg. 207Professor Qualifications: Former Chair, International Business, Ph.D, International Economics Professor Name and Bio (see BB): Dr. Michael Olsher Ph.DProfessor Contact Information: [email protected]MBA Program Chair, Flagship Campus:Dr. Martha Rader[email protected]561-478-5547Office Hours:By AppointmentCOURSE DESCRIPTIONStudents learn key aspects of the international business environment and their impact on creating opportunities and challenges for business. Topics include theories, institutions, conventions, unions, and agreements affecting international business, as well as effective strategies for improving business performance in the global market. Practical experience is gained through the analysis of real-world cases and projects.RELATED PROGRAM OBJECTIVES Students are able to summarize and discuss the ethical and legal responsibilities of organizations. Students are able to compare economic environments and markets and their impact on business 1 | P a g eJanuary, 2020
Through a conceptual understanding, students are able to apply managerial leadership skills, marketing strategies and/or international business concepts, theory, and research to critically analyze and solve problems in unpredictable environments.Student demonstrates professional communication skills in writing through organizing, thinking critically, and communicating ideas and information in documents and presentations.RELATED STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES At the completion of the course, students are able to:Demonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of ethical responsibilities oforganizationsDemonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of economic environmentDemonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of managerial leadership skillsDemonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of international business concepts theoryDemonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of researchDemonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of critical analysis in businessDemonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of problem solving in businessCommunicates clearly and logically through written communication for professional deliveryIncorporates APA professional writing skills and standards including concise organization, grammar, references, and citationsShows evidence of higher level thinking skills including application, analysis, making predictions, drawing inferences, cause and effect relationships, comparing and contrasting, evaluation, and synthesis.COURSE OBJECTIVES At the completion of the course, students are able to:1.Assess the impact of globalization on the economy, culture, politics, and social.