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ECON 4321. INTERNATIONAL TRADE. 3 Hours.

The course provides an understanding of international trade (international movement of goods and services), migration (international movement of labor), and investment (cross-border movement of assets) theories. It is designed to better understand the implications of such theories as they relate to international business management. It helps managers deal with the opportunities and challenges created by the global environment. Prerequisite: ECON 2306.

Mathematics - Undergraduate Programs

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...1 ECON 2305 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS and ECON...ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I - MATH 4321 ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II...

Kinesiology - Undergraduate Programs

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