3400. Readings in Business. 1-3 hours. Reading books influencing American business philosophy; reading for pleasure; study of current problems reported in business periodicals. (Credit varies depending upon amount and types of reading.)
4660. International Business Operations. 3 hours. Foreign operations of American firms and impact of foreign competition on the domestic market; organization for foreign production, marketing and finance; foreign markets, resources, institutions and managerial problems arising out of governmental relations. Prerequisite(s): MKTG 3650, FINA 3770 and senior standing.
4900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours.
4940. Business Policy. 3 hours. Enterprise management integrating the functional areas of business administration into a realistic approach to business problems; applying principles to complex problems at the executive level. Prerequisite(s): completion of all other business foundation courses and senior standing. To be taken during the last semester of course work.
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