IBUS 3092: Understanding International BusinessUndergraduate International Experience Domestic Option
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IBUS 3092: Understanding International Business is an experiential introduction to global business. This course focuses on how international organizations innovate their business models to adapt to new markets and how global entrepreneurs launch businesses. Students will seek to understand diverse philosophies and cultures within and across societies and understand the role of creativity, innovation, discovery, and expression. They will deepen their own cultural awareness through the CQ Assessment. Students will interact virtually with global business leaders throughout the course.
This course will meet entirely in Minnesota and there will be no travel component of this course. IBUS 3092 serves as a domestic option to fulfill the International Experience.
- 2 elective credits
- A/F grading
- Fulfills the Carlson International Experience degree requirement
- prereq: Carlson School undergraduate students with at least 90 cumulative credits
- Carlson School undergraduate students with 90 cumulative credits who have been unable to complete the International Experience due to COVID-19 disruptions
- Starting with Fall 2022 sections, students should register directly for an available section if they meet the above criteria when they are able to register
- Students interested in traveling on an education abroad program should contact a CGI adviser to discuss their options first