Students are introduced to the structure and features of the global marketplace and how environmental, social, economic, cultural, and technological affect international companies and their operations. Students examine how various aspects of business influence international trade and how ethical practices, workplace diversity, respect for human rights, and the natural environment enhance global relationships. Key elements of environments in different sovereign countries that are necessary for local companies to make decisions and be successful in a global business setting will also be assessed.
Course code: HOSP 1505
Length: 45.0 hours
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