Bachelor LIU-Worms International Business Management
The program includes the following courses:
Introduction to Business Management
The course focuses on how organizations operate in an era of rapid change, and the factors which determine how managers can operate effectively. Topics include the management function; the genesis of modern management; the development of management theory; the context in which managers operate; and managing organizations. The course integrates classical and modern concepts with a rich collection of contemporary real-world examples and cases. The course covers six major themes that guide the progress through the fascinating world of management, namely: Change, Skill development, Global economy, the Internet revolution, Diversity, and Ethics.
Introduction to the World of Business
The purpose of this course is to introduce Business students to the variant scopes of Business applications. Students will grasp basic Business terms and assimilate Business Theories. To make the fundamentals of business understandable, functional, and relevant to students with little or no business background, topics will include discussions of the Modern Business World, Business Management, Employee Behavior, and Motivation, Principles of Marketing, Managing Information Technology, Accounting Information, and Managing Finances. Those topics will interrelate with the most pressing contemporary issues of global competitiveness, ethical standards, and technology. Students who take this course get their expectations ahead to enter the world of the business well aware of the challenges, responsibilities, and what can give them the competitive edge.
International Business Law
The course is designed to equip future executives with a systematic understanding of the legal aspects of the global business environment that influences business decisions and behavior. Topics cover the structural economic factors that affect location advantages, the legal complications caused by “managed” trade, the formation of free trade areas and economic unions, volatility in the global macroeconomic environment and financial markets. Students are guided to develop and demonstrate a systematic mind-frame that can help them to approach critical legal issues in present globalized business environments.