• This course reviews management systems within their political, social, and economic environments with an international, historical and contemporary approach. This course emphasizes the managerial process in the international environment and provides a strategic assessment of the fundamental issued involved in the management of international and multinational corporations. Topics include comparative study of practices of management in foreign nations and how their social environments are effected. There is an emphasis on recent contributions to theory, research, and methodology.

  • This course covers the methods and sources of financing business firms. Problems, practices, techniques, and policies of financial decision-making for the effective and efficient management of a firm are examined. Key topics include financial planning procedures, common financial arrangements and practices, financial statements, taxes, cash flows, stock valuation and financial analysis. Other concepts that will be examined are forecasting, working capital management, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, strategic long-term financing decisions, and financial planning and control. The social, legal, and economic effects of various financial alternatives are also described.