MBA with a Concentration in International Business
An MBA With a Concentration in International Business: The Perfect Degree for a Global Economy
Today’s economy is truly a global marketplace. Regardless of whether you want to become a business leader in a domestic company or help grow international markets for a multi-national corporation, an in-depth, high-level understanding of international business trends has never been more valuable. CalSouthern’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a concentration in international business will give you the tools you need to compete and succeed in today’s fast-changing business world.
CalSouthern’s MBA program provides you with all the essential business knowledge and skills required of business leaders in the 21st century. You’ll understand modern theories of organizational performance and the latest trends in project and marketing management. You’ll learn how to apply current technology to conduct research, analyze data, and develop solutions to modern business challenges. And by choosing elective courses in international economics and marketing, global financial management, multi-cultural business environments, and international law, you can focus your MBA studies to develop an expertise in international business and set yourself apart in a competitive global marketplace.
At CalSouthern, your MBA program will utilize our proprietary e-learning platform. It’s online, which will give you the flexibility to progress as quickly as your busy lifestyle permits, from the comfort and convenience of your own home, all without compromising your family or work obligations. Every step of the way, you’ll have the support of CalSouthern’s faculty, administration, and staff, who measure their performance by your success.
As a student in CalSouthern’s MBA program, you’ll learn from Faculty Mentors who are not only skilled, responsive online professors, but who are also established business leaders in their fields. They will combine the latest academic theory with practical, real-world experience and actual business scenarios, all while working one-on-one with you to identify your particular learning styles and your specific interests and expertise.
CalSouthern, an innovator in distance learning since 1978, is a respected institution that not only provides flexible learning solutions for graduate-level students, but which also adheres to the highest ethical and academic standards. With an MBA degree and a concentration in international business from CalSouthern, you’ll step into this global economy with a robust business education that is both well-rounded and specialized, a network of colleagues, and the assurance that your degree has pointed you in the right direction for success and opportunity.
International Business Courses
IB 87517 International Business Law
This course covers the principles underlying the legal environment of global business. It also identifies the most critical laws and regulations impacting international businesses. The course will outline the basic market-entry strategies most firms follow as they expand into international markets, with special emphasis on trade in goods and services, the protection and licensing of intellectual property rights, and foreign direct investments. It presents insights into new developments and trends that will affect future global transactions.Learning Outcomes:
- Assess the transition from Communism to Free Markets and Private Enterprise.
- Examine the role of the United Nations in International law.
- Classify the types of resolution dispute available in International Law.
- Explain sales law in the United States; Foreign Countries.
- Summarize the responsibilities of the Buyer and the Seller in a Documentary Sale.
- Illustrate the liability for the carriage of goods carried by Sea; by Air.
- Define Letter of Credit and the law applicable to the Letter of Credit.
- Explain the President's Emergency Powers in relation to international trade.
- Discuss the scope and coverage of GATT.
- Analyze the General Principles of Least Restrictive Trade.
- Distinguish between Dumping and Antidumping within the scope of the GATT Agreement.
- Explain the administration of customs and tariff laws.
- Examine NAFTA's provisions and coverage.
- Compare the European Trade Union with other regional trade areas.
- Differentiate between The Export Control Act and The Export Administration Act.
- Explain the origins of the FCPA.
- Summarize the nature of the Gay Market.
- Describe how host-country corporate laws affect foreign investment.
- Differentiate between Nationalization, Expropriation, and Privatization.
- Assess the effects of discrimination outside the United States.
- Illustrate the effects of environmental law on global trade.
- Generalize the laws the regulate competition in international trade.
- Introduce self and explain course expectations
- Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor.
- Assess information efficiently and effectively.
- Evaluate information critically and competently.
- Practices ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.