The course introduces students to the field of international management by developing students' understanding of key management and strategy theories and concepts and their application to real business situations. It examines how organizations respond to the external forces that shape today's global business environment. Topic areas include strategic management, corporate culture, organizational change, leadership, and talent management.
Prerequisites: BUS 270 or permission of instructor. Students who have received credit for BUS 305 may not receive credit for BUS 320.