Business Administration Courses
BUAD 3773 Global Finance (3 credits)
The study of the risks and opportunities faced by multinational firms. Students will consider five factors that distinguish global finance from domestic finance: different currency denominations, legal ramifications, role of governments, and language and cultural differences. The course covers the following global opportunities: product efficiency, broader markets, new raw material sources, new technology, diversification, and retain customers. Prerequisites: ACCT 2101, ACCT 2102, BUAD 2231, BUAD 3771, ECON 2000, and ECON 2100.
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