GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

PROF.  ELIJAH COOKS

profcooks@asia.com

SYLLABUS

 

BLADEN 218
301-322-0415

 

 

OBJECTIVES:

            This course shall examine International Business and Management from a global vista.  That is to say, students shall be taught International Business from a NON American perspective.  On occasion, some research may be construed as controversial.  An objective is to immerse students in the political, economic, technical, cultural and historical aspects of conducting business outside the United States. 

        During the duration of this course students shall be encouraged to read International journals, newspapers, and magazine.   The purpose is to expose students to as many International business sources as possible, thereby, enhancing students probability of amass knowledge of International business and management from many different perspectives. 

 

GENRE:

        Students are required to complete ten modules of online research to successfully complete this course.  Each module requires students to actively research specific online topics, case studies, etc.  Upon acquiring researched data and Information, students are required to post the data and Information in the host "BLACKBOARD" Bulletin Board (BB) on a regular basis.  The term "regular basis" does NOT necessarily mean on a daily basis however, it does NOT mean on a weekly basis.    Placing research in the discussion board is mandatory and is an integral part of the final grade.  To enhance overall research, students should communicate with fellow peers while in the discussion board for clarification of a particular research topic.    However, students should know that  Prof.  Cooks shall always be online and available to assist students seeking guidance. 

 

MARKS:

        Four (4) multiple choice exams shall be administered during the duration of this course.   Each exam is mathematically equivalent to 20% respectively, for a combined total of 80% of your final grade.  Please NOTE that PLACING research in the discussion board is equal to the final 20% of your overall grade. 

        Students who do not take a scheduled exam without expressly clearing an absence with me in advance, shall be asked to write a 20 page paper which must be submitted by a specific date. 

 

                EXAM 1 = 20% OF FINAL GRADE

                                   EXAM 2 = 20% OF FINAL GRADE

                           EXAM 3 = 20% OF FINAL GRADE

                              EXAM 4 = 20% OF FINAL GRADE

                                    EXAM 5 = 20% OF FINAL GRADE   

 NOTE:

EXAM FIVE CONSIST SOLELY OF THE DEGREE TO WHICH STUDENTS PLACE RESEARCH IN THE DISCUSSION BOARD.....

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