Open
22 of 24 seats available Register by Oct 23
Mode
Attend Your Way
Credits
3.00

Introduces the learner to cultural, political, legal, and economic forces and basic concepts of trade, tariffs, exchange rates, capital markets.  Learners will develop the fundamentals for establishing international business enterprises, including trade and investment theory.  Learners examine effects of government intervention and aid and the role of social and economic aid organizations such as the UN, EU, IMF and World Bank.

Notes
Students may select how they attend their scheduled class sessions: In person, Zoom or Online. There are instructor-set due dates.
Online Available

Meeting Information

Days & Times
Wednesday 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM (Oct 23 – Dec 11)
Location
A215 - NTCCONNECT Computer Lab - A Building
Instructor
Kimberly Reed