ANTH 215 - CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (4)
This course exposes students to the principles, concepts, research methods, and applications of cultural anthropology. Students will be introduced to the wide range of variation in social and institutional arrangements found historically and cross-culturally. From language to gender roles, from bases of social stratification to causes and consequences of conformity, from the simpler life in foraging societies to the seeming-chaos in modern post-industrial societies: students will examine the enormous variation in solutions to the requisites of social life.
COMM 400 - INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (4)
This course provides an overview of issues, processes, and theories involved with communicating with individuals from different cultures. Topics include thinking and communicating in global contexts and professional relationships in diverse environments.
FINA 450 - GLOBAL FINANCE (4)
An examination of financial management in the global economy. Topics include international financial markets, exchange rates, interest rates and inflation, exchange rate risk management, working capital management, capital budgeting, country risk analysis, long-term financing, and global strategic planning.
HUMN 218 - World Religions (4)
A comparative study of the founders, sacred writings, beliefs and practices of some of the major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity. This course enables the student to study and compare the leading religions of the world in light of their historical and cultural backgrounds. Students will be encouraged to explore faith traditions other than their own. Common themes across religions, spiritual practice, and current related cultural and political issues will also be considered.
HUMN 405 - STUDY ABROAD: DEVELOPING A GLOBAL WORLD VIEW (4)
Designed to help develop skills and perspectives in the international arena, this course will provide students the opportunity to do research, travel, and then apply knowledge gained. Additionally, it will assist students in developing professional experiences in another country and then capitalizing on their learning experience once they return home. General intercultural communication techniques will be integrated into class discussion. The travel experience, which will have an added cost, will be between one and two weeks.
MKTG 450 - GLOBAL MARKETING (4)
A course in marketing theory and methods as they apply to world markets. Among the topics discussed are: the importance of linking international marketing with the overall strategy of the business while examining the impact of cultural, political and legal issues and the economic differences in global strategies. Emphasis is placed on developing the marketing mix appropriate to various international global environments.