Stillman School of Business Core III Courses
CORE 3101 (BINT 3001)
The thrust of this course is to develop “global business literacy” among students, with particular emphasis on the influence/impact of Catholic Social Thought and other religious traditions on the practice of global business. The focus is on trends and forces that shape international commercial activity and their impacts on business decisions. The topics covered stem from the broad viewpoint of international trade, economics, and finance, political and economic geography, risk management, marketing, ethics and international law. These topics are presented from the perspective of a generalist. (The faculty strongly recommends that students complete this course before taking other international business courses in the Stillman School curriculum).
Prerequisite: Junior Standing or above, CORE 1101, CORE 2101, ECON 1402 and 1403, BACC 2103 and 2104, and BLAW 2301.
BMGT 3524 (BINT 4924)
Doing Business in India
This course is designed to impart an understanding of how to do business in or with India and the regions surrounding it. It includes a visit to India for firsthand experience of its cultural, social, industrial, business and financial centers. The course requirements include attending two classes before the visit to India and one after returning. In addition, students will be required to maintain a journal and make a presentation on their return. The travel to India takes place during spring break. The course can replace the requirements for BINT 3001 for Business majors if a paper on doing business in India is completed satisfactorily. The course is open to all Seton Hall undergraduates. Offered: Spring.
BMGT 4552 (BINT 4928)
Doing Business in China
Learning through seeing and experiencing. This course is designed for students to learn the economic and business environment in China by traveling to China. In addition to readings and class discussion, students will be asked to contact local people, to investigate the Chinese market and business conditions and to observe foreign business operation. Business and career opportunities will also be explored. Students will be asked to develop a business plan for doing business in China. Offered: Summer.