GMBA 8030 Global Legal and Regulatory Issues
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP: None
Description

This course analyzes the legal and regulatory issues facing businesses, with an emphasis on how those issues affect businesses seeking to enter the international marketplace. The course begins by delineating how law is made on both a domestic and international scale. Students will learn how the major markets regulate from the inside out and how the global community regulates, via treaty, multinational organizations, etc., from the outside in. The course then examines how law creates both advantages for and limitations upon international transactions. Students will then explore tools for facilitating the advantages and appreciating the limitations with particular focus on issues of international trade, international contracts and international dispute resolution.