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Global Business Courses

Accounting

ACC 618: Advanced Taxation (3)

This course focuses on the basic principles of federal income taxation of corporations, partnerships, trusts, gifts, and estates. It reinforces the use of tax research tools, and provides an overview of administrative and procedural aspects of tax practice. Accounting Majors must earn a minimum of a "C" grade. If they do not earn the required final grade, they will be allowed to repeat the course only once to earn the minimum grade. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the 5-year B.S./M.S. program and completion of ACC 318. Offered Each Year (Fall). (GR)

ACC 620: Advanced Auditing (3)

An advanced study of auditing standards, principles, theory, and practice. Current trends in auditing and assurance services will be emphasized. The class offers an in-depth examination of auditor legal liability, ethics, audit procedures, statistical sampling, and audit research using electronic databases and the Internet. The class will also be focused on the Information Technology Audit function, the use of technology in audits, auditing through computer systems and auditing around computer systems. Accounting Majors must earn a minimum of a "C" grade. If they do not earn the required final grade, they will be allowed to repeat the course only once to earn the minimum grade . Prerequisites: ACC 420 and acceptance into the 5-year B.S./M.S. program. Offered Each Year (Spring). (GR)

ACC 630: Global Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis (3)

This course presents a five step framework for effective financial statement analysis. It begins with an understanding of the industry economic characteristics and current conditions of the firm's businesses and the particular strategies the firm selects to compete in each of these businesses. It then assesses how well the firm's financial statements reflect the economic effects of the firm's decisions and actions. With the use of financial statement ratios and other analytical tools, it assesses the profitability and risk of the firm in the recent past and, by incorporating information about expected changes, forecasts expected profitability and risk. Finally, the analyst values the firm using various valuation tools and models. The framework will be applied to both domestic and international companies. Accounting Majors must earn a minimum of a "C" grade. If they do not earn the required final grade, they will be allowed to repeat the course only once to earn the minimum grade. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the 5-year B.S./M.S. program. Offered Each Year (Fall). (GR)

ACC 650: Directed Research in Accounting (3)

This course is the capstone course for the 150-hour accounting program. The student, under the guidance of a mentor, will prepare a research study in the field of accounting. The topic of the study must be approved by the graduate committee and defended in a public forum when complete. Details of the process will be provided to the student by their faculty mentor. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. Offered Each Year (Summer). (GR)

Finance

FIN 601: Global Monetary System and Capital Markets (3)

This course is devoted to in-depth discussion and practical application of business finance as practiced in a borderless world. The major topics covered include the international monetary system, the balance of payments, foreign exchange, the management of foreign exchange risk, the role of banks in international finance, and a discussion and analysis of the non-bank financial institutions and international financial markets that represent an inventory of financial resources for the global company. Offered Each Year (Spring). (GR)

Management

MGT 501: The Global Competitive Framework (3)

Success in the global marketplace depends first upon understanding international economic and business developments, and then applying this knowledge to the process of gaining a global competitive advantage. This course examines the evolving competitive characteristics of the global economy, including the new World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, technological development, the globalization of business activities, the advent of specific regional trading blocs, the rise of newly industrializing nations as major competitors in selected industries, and the various ways industries develop and sustain international competitiveness. Students examine these issues by exploring the effects on business decision making of key economic and business concerns in the United States, the European Union, the Centrally Planned Economies, and Japan and the Pacific Basin region (including China). Offered Each Year (Fall). (GR)

MGT 502: Ethics for Professionals in a Multicultural World (3)

As business becomes increasingly internationalized and a global economy further develops, ethical issues that affect business in the international arena have also become of increasing importance. This course specifically addresses the following moral and ethical issues: employment practices and policies, consumer protection, environmental protection, political payments and involvement, and basic human rights and fundamental freedoms. Case study analysis, videos and guest speakers will provide the student with an increased understanding and sensitivity to these issues. Offered Each Year (Fall). (GR)

MGT 503: Comparative Management (3)

This course serves as an introduction to the field of international organizational behavior and management. It presents the material from a global rather than from a North American or Western European perspective. It views culture not only as important for understanding other societies and managing organizations, but as a major cause of much behavior in organizations, specifically addressing how technology, strategy, size and goals of an organization relate to culture. Finally, it attempts to improve a student's interpersonal behavior concerning the cultural variations found in international organizations. Offered Each Year (Spring). (GR)

MGT 504: Operational and Technology Issues in Global Business (3)

This course instructs students on how manufacturing and service operations can support a global strategy. Course topics will include supply chain network design and management from incoming raw materials to final product delivery. Capacity planning, inventory, outsourcing, information technology, sustainability, risk management and recent trends will be discussed. (GR)

MGT 650: Directed Research (3)

This course is the last course taken by the student in the MS - Global Business program. All other course work must be complete. The student will be assigned a faculty mentor by the director of the program based upon the specific area of study the student wishes to undertake. In close consultation with the faculty mentor, the student will develop a thesis in the form of a case study, a management consulting report, or a theoretical research study. The work generated in this course needs to be approved by graduate program faculty at various stages. The student will be provided more detail on this process by the faculty mentor. (GR)

Marketing

MKT 507: Strategic Planning for the Global Market (3)

This course lays out the competitive orientation and strategies for initial entry, market expansion, and integration of international marketing operations. The course reviews current market opportunities and competitive conditions at the global, regional, and national levels. The student learns how to successfully participate in both emerging markets and regional economic blocs such as APEC, ASEAN, EU, EFTA, NAFTA, MERCOSUR. Participants use case study analysis to develop their skills in analyzing and formulating international marketing initiatives. Offered Each Year (Spring and Summer). (GR)

MKT 611: Regional Business in Latin American Countries (3)

These courses (MKT 611, MKT 612, MKT 613, MKT 614) are designed to concentrate on the issues and needs of a specific geographic region in relation to the student's own involvement in global business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic region, including trade and business environments, political stability, and case analysis of selected business ventures in the region. In addition to course work, participants produce an independent research project designed to be applied in some facet of their current or future work in a specific region. Students are encouraged to look at global business issues in new and innovative ways. Offered As Needed. (GR)

MKT 612: Regional Business in Canada (3)

These courses (MKT 611, MKT 612, MKT 613, MKT 614) are designed to concentrate on the issues and needs of a specific geographic region in relation to the student's own involvement in global business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic region, including trade and business environments, political stability, and case analysis of selected business ventures in the region. In addition to course work, participants produce an independent research project designed to be applied in some facet of their current or future work in a specific region. Students are encouraged to look at global business issues in new and innovative ways. Offered As Needed. (GR)

MKT 613: Regional Business in the Pacific Rim (3)

These courses (MKT 611, MKT 612, MKT 613, MKT 614) are designed to concentrate on the issues and needs of a specific geographic region in relation to the student's own involvement in global business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic region, including trade and business environments, political stability, and case analysis of selected business ventures in the region. In addition to course work, participants produce an independent research project designed to be applied in some facet of their current or future work in a specific region. Students are encouraged to look at global business issues in new and innovative ways. Offered As Needed. (GR)

MKT 614: Regional Business in the European Union (3)

These courses (MKT 611, MKT 612, MKT 613, MKT 614) are designed to concentrate on the issues and needs of a specific geographic region in relation to the student's own involvement in global business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic business. Each course is devoted to discussing various topics relevant to a specific geographic region, including trade and business environments, political stability, and case analysis of selected business ventures in the region. In addition to course work, participants produce an independent research project designed to be applied in some facet of their current or future work in a specific region. Students are encouraged to look at global business issues in new and innovative ways. Offered As Needed. (GR)