BUSI 4717 [0.5 credit] Managing Globalization in Emerging Economies
Critical examination of the managerial and institutional issues of globalization from the perspectives of emerging economies. Indigenous and international institutions' role in the evolution of a competitive and inclusive global economy and society. Discerning lessons of experience for newly globalizing societies.
Prerequisite(s): fourth year standing in B.Com, BIB, or Minor in Business, ECON 1001 and ECON 1002 (or ECON 1000).
Lectures three hours a week.
BUSI 4601 and BUSI 4609 in Item 8 above must be taken at the Sprott School of Business. The following courses cannot be used as free electives toward the B.Com. degree: ESLA 1300 , ESLA 1500 , and any 0000-level course such as MATH 0009 and MATH 0107 . The 4000-level credit in Item 9 above must be taken at the Sprott School of Business. Students may not continue into 3000-level or higher BUSI courses unless the following two minimum requirements are met: a) successful completion of BUSI 1800 and b) successful completion of BUSI 2800 . Students require completion of BUSI 1995 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 2101 , completion of BUSI 2995 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 3309 , and completion of BUSI 3995 to be eligible for registration in BUSI 4609 . BUSI 4995 must be completed as part of the degree requirements prior to graduation from the Bachelor of Commerce.