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Fall 2012
7360 Case Studies in International Finance - ARBOGAST- 10302

Students must see the Office of Student Services for registration services.

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Credits: 3

Course Areas: Non-Law Courses 

Time: 6:00p-9:00p  TLocation:   Bauer College

Course Outline: This course aims to equip future executives with the concepts and tools necessary to relate international finance to business strategy within a globalizing economy. The focus of the course will be on the practical. Course material will be presented in such a way as to prepare students to manage other finance professionals and to equip them to formulate recommendations to decision makers. Students focusing on general management will also benefit from an understanding of the financial aspects of operating overseas.

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Course Notes:   This course will meet at Bauer College. To register for this course, students must see Derrick Gabriel in Student Services. Space for law students in this class is limited. To qualify for the course, you must send Prof. Jacqueline Weaver a vita & statement describing your existing background in Finance to assure that you can handle the course. Also include a brief statement about your interest in this course. Qualified law students will be enrolled in the limited number of seats on a first-come basis, through Derrick Gabriel.

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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No