|SEMISTER 1||SEMISTER 2|
|IB 400||Economics||IB 460||Intercultural Communications|
|IB 410||Human Resource Management||IB 470||Supply Chain Management|
|IB 420||Accounting||IB 480||Business Law|
|IB 430||Marketing||IB 490||Seminar in International Business|
|IB 440||Management||IB 500||Corporate Social Responsibility and ethics|
|IB 450||Finance||IB 510||Entrepreneurial Innovation|
- IB 400: Economics: The aim of this course is to help students understand the operation of a
market system in an international setting and to explore the nature and organization of
various societies and the arguments underlying many of the great global public issues of the
day in an international setting.
- IB 410: Human resource Management: This course focuses on the study of human
management principles as they reflect on the basic assumption of treating employees as
investments benefiting a company in the long run from the international perspective.
- IB 420: Accounting: The course aims to give students a thorough grounding in the key
principles of accounting while enabling them to understand the major features of the
international IFRS standards. The course shows the links between accounting statements,
valuation methods and investment analysis.
- IB 430: Marketing: This course focuses on identifying and meeting the needs of specific
international target markets through close interaction with managers from other functional
areas, such as promotion, finance, accounting and human resources.
- IB 440: Management: This course will focus on developing a deeper understanding of how
and why management practices and processes can differ around the world, and the
development of the skills necessary to function successfully in this international business
- IB 450: Finance: This course covers material essential to a comprehensive understanding of
international financial management. Topics will include, but not be limited to, foreign
exchange markets, the global cost of capital, corporate strategy and foreign investment and
multinational capital budgeting.
- IB 460: Intercultural Communications: The purpose of this course is to gain an
understanding of the variations in language, customs, social attributes, thought patterns, and
other aspects of cultures of different groups of people. An understanding of intercultural
communication is essential for the conduct of international businesses. It is the purpose of
this course to provide this understanding.
- IB 470: Supply chain Management: The goal of this course will be to help students
understand the strategic importance of good supply chain design, planning, and operations
for every firm, to provide students with the use of key drivers on a conceptual and practical
level to improve supply chain performance, and to give students a solid understanding of
analytic methodologies for supply chain analysis necessary to achieve significant increase in
- IB 480: Business Law: This course provides a comprehensive coverage of the legal,
cultural, political, economic and ethical issues faced by global business managers. An
understanding of these issues is enhanced through the use of real world examples, cutting
edge cases, managerial problems, and ethical issues.
- IB 490: Seminar in International Business: This course uses extensive examples to
illustrate the vibrancy and challenge of international business. Coverage of relevant topics
includes the degree of geographical literacy necessary to succeed in international markets,
which is frequently overlooked in more traditional courses.
- IB 500: Corporate Social responsibility and ethics: The course introduces the student, not
only to relevant issues, but the views of corporate stakeholders. Approaches for presenting
and carrying out a program of sustainability are presented, including strategic planning,
targets, goals and alternative approaches.
- IB 510: Entrepreneurial Innovation: This course helps us to find out about ourselves,
helps us to understand how others think and react, helps us to practice creative exercises
which can open our minds to new possibilities, helps us to understand why some companies
are more innovative than others and discusses what might be accomplished in the creative