Credits: BUHS 4, Sending Schools 1
This experiential course introduces the student to today’s global workplace, including cultural awareness, social influences, international trade, while being exposed to careers in the international marketplace. Travel the world through interactions with local international business leaders. The experiences and opportunities to learn about business from people who are successful in their own businesses will be memorable and eye-opening. How did their success happen? What are the challenges and opportunities in business? Learn the answers through experiences, not just books. Learning takes place through field trips to local businesses that conduct business internationally, listening to guest speakers engaged in international business, professional writing activities, researching and presenting, cultural research and activities, individual and team presentations, as well as textbook assignments. Ability to adhere to business protocols and expectations is expected. This is more than a textbook class; it’s an experiential learning opportunity.
This course may also be offered for college credit.
Successful completion of two math courses, two+ English courses, enrolled in a foreigh language.
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