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International Trade and Marketing

Fall 2015 Courses

IN 312 International Trade
3 credits
In-state $810 Out-of-state $2,448
Introduces international trade as it is practiced today. Students learn how various industries have developed different international trade patterns and how the internet is rapidly changing this field. Focus is placed on international trade as an industry, professional opportunities, project management, intercultural skills, and technical trends in logistics and online research.
CRN Section Day Time Location
29282 75A M 6:30 pm-9:20 pm A336

IN 313 International Business Transactions
3 credits
In-state $810 Out-of-state $2,448
The management of international trade transactions is introduced, with emphasis on agency, distributorship, franchising agreements, import/export, and licensing. Students learn the theory and practice of conducting international negotiations and how to apply the self-regulatory standards used in international trade. The use of the internet and business-to-business e-commerce websites to transact international business is also examined.
CRN Section Day Time Location
24258 75A T 6:30 pm-9:20 pm A336

IN 341 International Logistics
3 credits
In-state $810 Out-of-state $2,448
Online: In-state $855 Out-of-state $2,493
International logistics--the organized movement of goods, services, and people across countries--is explored. Students survey the impact of the market, government regulations, and technological forces on ground, ocean, and air transportation systems. International conventions and the role of unions in logistics are also studied.
CRN Section Day Time Location
22746 75A R 6:30 pm-9:20 pm A336
29051 OL1
ONLINE COURSE

IN 424 Export Promotion Marketing
3 credits
In-state $810 Out-of-state $2,448
Prerequisite: IN 322
This course is an introduction to the variety of export assistance policies, programs, and initiatives available to U.S., foreign, and global businesses to effectively market fashion-related goods and services. Students examine various export promotion strategies organized by the U.S. government, foreign governments, and bilateral and private-sector joint programs that aid in the exportation of goods and services.
CRN Section Day Time Location
27887 75A W 6:30 pm-9:20 pm D405

IN 443 International Business Strategies and Fashion Law
3 credits
In-state $810 Out-of-state $2,448
This management course introduces the strategic business considerations faced by international fashion firms as they set up operations in foreign markets. Students examine the market entry process of fashion firms and identify key financial, legal, management, and marketing issues.
CRN Section Day Time Location
23980 75A T R 5:10 pm-6:25 pm B306
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