Global Business

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All economic life is increasingly impacted by the forces of globalization. This Nexus introduces students to the contemporary corporate world, the role of global markets, and debates about appropriate regulation and long-term implications. Students will explore in depth the tools of corporate leadership, the sociology of organizations, and models of regulation. Students may pursue internships with national or international for profit corporations to complete the experiential requirement for this Nexus track.

Courses (in the course catalog)

Preview of courses students have taken to create individual plans of study. Use the search for classes link for the most up-to-date list of courses.

Core Courses Common to both Global Business and Nonprofit Organizations

Anthropology 212 Shopping and Swapping: Cultures of Consumption and Exchange
Anthropology 316 Seminar: Gender, Food, and Agriculture in the Global Context
Complex Organizations 205 Accounting
Complex Organizations 212 Individuals and Organizations
Complex Organizations 220 Winners and Losers: Taxation, Social Justice, and Economic Choices
Complex Organizations 232 Ethical Issues in Complex Organizations
Complex Organizations 299 Leadership and the Liberal Arts
Economics 217 International Finance
Philosophy 232 Ethical Issues in Complex Organizations
Psychology 212 Individuals and Organizations

Global Business Courses

Complex Organizations  218 Perspectives in Global Business
Economics 215 Economics of Corporate Finance
Economics 270 Accounting
Economics 307  Seminar: Industrial Organization
Economics 335 Seminar: Advanced Corporate Finance
Mathematics 339  Topics in Applied Mathematics Mathematical Finance
Sociology 316 The Business of Culture