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The Graduate School Madonna University
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150-1176
(734) 432-5667 or (800) 852-4951, ext. 5667
Fax (734) 432-5862
Email: grad@madonna.edu

Grad Cert International Business Financial Operations
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Grad Cert International Business Financial Operations    
   Required Courses    
      ACC 5700   International Accounting 2 s.h.  A study of accounting and taxation in an international environment. Topics include accounting and taxation issues of transactions denominated in a foreign currency, translation/remeasurement issues, accounting for forward exchange contracts, management planning, control and performance evaluation of a foreign nation-state, and international taxation issues. A comparative analysis of U.S., foreign nation states, and international accounting standards is conducted. Prerequisite: ACC 5250. 
      BL  6260   International Legal Environment 3 s.h.  Introduction to the legal environment in which a multinational enterprise must operate. The course will explore private versus public international customary practices, treaties including NAFTA, GATT (WTO), APEC, and Maastricht, the international dimensions of litigation, CISG issues, documentary letters of credit and various actions and regulations. The regulation of import-export activities including competition issues and unfair trade issues will be analyzed from the perspective of strategic planning concepts with regard to international activities and linkages. 
      FIN 6250   International Finance 2 s.h.  Examines the systems, methods, and institutions for investing, financing and managing international enterprises. Emphasis is on the analysis and financial decision making function of international activities including foreign currency futures and options, managing exchange risk and operating and transaction exposure, financing sources, capital budgeting and working capital management. Prerequisites: ACC 5700 and INB 5350. 
      INB 5350   International Trade Structure & Systems 3 s.h.  An examination of the economic theories underlying international trade, including terms of trade, international monetary system, foreign exchange markets, trade barriers and their effects and balance of payments mechanisms. Survey the history of international trade relationships and structures, comparative economic systems, the development of trading blocs, firm-level trade relationships, and the role of multinational enterprises. 
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