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With the increasing globalization of business and the revolution in communications, no company can afford to ignore the international dimension. For managers, this requires a totally different prospective on company strategy and the knowledge and skills necessary for understanding the international business environment.

The international business components aims to develop knowledge and skills required for accessing and developing international strategies and operations of businesses. The economic component aims to develop skills required to make an assessment of the economic environment of the companies and their strategies within in the context of national and international environments. The combination of international business and applied economics on this program provides an excellent introduction to the world of the business and a solid foundation for a career in international commerce, or as an applied/business economist.

Program Outline
The program is designed to bridge the gap between pre-university studies and the more specialized applied work. Student will develop their understanding of economics, the international business environment and the international operations of businesses. Student will be able to choose from a wide range of specialist options. The program is focused on the implications of managing the major functions of finance and marketing within the international context, the application of economic theories in understanding international business, analyzing policy and carrying out economic research.

Subject Guide
Business Decision Analysis; Economic Environment of Business; English Legal Method and Contract Law; Foundations of Management; Information Technology in Business; International Perspectives; Introduction to Economics; Introduction to Financial Accounting; Introduction to Management Accounting; Introduction to Marketing Management; Organizational Behavior; Principles of Operations Management; Quantitative Techniques; Business Policy; Strategic Finance for Decision Making; Foundations of Management; Business Game; Public Policy and Public Services; Principles of Microeconomics; Introduction to Econometrics, Industrial Organization and Strategy; International Business Environment; International Business Economics; Emerging and Transition Economies; Economics of Business Organizations; Applied Econometrics and Forecasting; Economics of Regulation; Industrial Policy; Economics of Multinational Enterprise; Economics of Innovation.

Career Prospects
Graduates in Economics are usually employed in a variety of commercial sectors, as well as in government agencies, consulting and charitable organizations around the world. Economics graduates are usually highly valued because of their analytical skills and capability of analyzing real-life problems in abstract terms.

Business Programs:
Accounting for Management (AFM)
Business and Management (BAM)
Business Administration
Business Computing and IT (BCIT)
Economics and Management (EAM)
Human Resource Management (HRM)
International Business and Economics (IBE)
International Business and Modern Languages (IBML)
International Business and Management (IBAM)
Managerial and Administrative Studies (MAS)
Marketing (MKTG)
Public Policy and Management
Please select the course below to get detail information about the course and its career prospects.

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