IB 407 – Honors: International Business
3 credit hours
This course is designed to equip students with methods to lead, mobilize, and tackle challenges within an international business and multicultural context. Students will learn how to utilize a design thinking framework to become more adaptive and innovative leaders. The course explores how cultures, mindsets, and people vary, how to recognize these variances, and how to successfully lead and manage effectively within these environments. Through a combination of online learning modules, interactive lectures, and experiential assignments, students will explore unique opportunities and problems that confront leaders navigating in a global economic context.
- BUAD 338 and ECON 218*.
- Admission to the Haslam College of Business Smith Global Leadership Scholars Program.
- Aerospace & Defense MBA
- Executive MBA - Healthcare Leadership
- Executive MBA - Strategic Leadership
- Executive MBA – Global Supply Chain
- Physician Executive MBA
- Professional MBA