Course Description

IBH 2AF3 - Global Business Experience

  • Prerequisite: Registration in Level II of the Integrated Business and Humanities Program

This course has two main objectives: 1) is to understand the role that business plays in the global economy, especially its role in global poverty as well as global peace by immersing students in an international learning experience. 2) For students to understand the historical, sociological, and economic impact in order to assess economic development projects in a developing country. In this course students will learn how globalization connects the developed and developing worlds; how business and the economy maintain structural inequalities and global wealth disparities; the global economic, social, and environmental impact of Western business decisions; the historical, political, geographical, gendered, and cultural context in which business operates, and the impact of economic development policies.

Course Offerings

Fall 2023

Code Section Instructor Outline
2AF3 C01 B. Honig Outline

Fall 2022

Code Section Instructor Outline
2AF3 C01 B. Zoogah Outline

Fall 2021

Code Section Instructor Outline
2AF3 C01 B. Honig Outline

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