An overview of international business designed to provide a global perspective on international trade and direct investment. Reviews international cultural, political, legal, and economic environments and their effect on marketing, production, and human resource management strategy.
An introduction to international trade and finance. It examines international institutions, policies, and issues.
ECON 390R - Special Topics
Prerequisites: ECON 150, 151
This arranged course allows students to undertake a special project or further research in the field of economics. Economic Education students study teaching methodologies and prepare course material for teaching economics.
FDREL 190 - Special Topics in Scripture (Required)
For BYU-Idaho students facing special credit situations and for BYU-Idaho travel study students, taught in the term of the travel study, with topics selected which will focus on history, scripture, and culture of the lands visited.