Facilitate your awareness of topics present in global business, including communications, international accounting and finance, and economic aspects related to business decisions.
Coverage of these topics contributes to understanding unique aspects in conducting business from a global perspective.
This program consists of four graduate online global management courses for a total of 12 credit hours.
This course provides a thorough survey of international accounting practices and principles. Students learn the differences in accounting thoughts, practices, and principles among accounting standards such as the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP). Other topics in the course include foreign currency translation, national and international financial statements, international transfer pricing, international taxation issues, ethical implications associated with accounting standards and reporting systems, and strategic accounting problems and issues for multinational corporations.
Understand the principles and theories of finance to analyze statements and fiscal information for effective decision-making in today’s competitive environment.
In this course, students will analyze the roles of leaders and managers in decision making. In the context of organizational theories of behavior and leadership, students consider how decision and choice theory are applied in global organizational settings. Students also learn to apply practical problem solving and conflict management skills through decision-making tools and leadership approaches.
This course is designed for the practicing professional, and focuses on internal and external communications practices and strategies within and beyond organizational settings. Students consider communication styles, interpersonal communication skills, business and professional writing, presentation, and communication in various formats, including electronic communication. Students cannot receive credit for both MGT535 and ORG536.
*Students whose core program requires FIN500 will take FIN520 instead.