Examines how the operating environment affects trade and trading relationships. The course of studies covers topics related to the location of markets, the infrastructure necessary for a successful market, current trade patterns and future trends in trading. Emphasis will be placed on explanations of how the operating environments affect production, transportation and marketing.
- No prerequisites are required for this course.
Below is one offering of TDMT 1104 for the Fall 2023 term.
Thu Sep 14 - Thu Nov 30 (12 weeks)
- 12 weeks
- CRN 48715
Class meeting times
|Sep 14 - Nov 30||Thu||18:30 - 21:30||Online|
- Internet delivery format.
This is a synchronous online course and you will be expected to be available and online on the posted days and times shown on your registration schedule. It is important you have a stable and consistent internet connection to access course content. Course content, type and quality of assignments, and general standards for this online course are the same as classroom courses. To be successful in this online course, plan to spend 7-10 hours per week on your studies or more if it is a condensed course starting Week 1. Important course information will be sent to your myBCIT account prior to your course start date.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Articulate the changing demographics of the global economy.
- Clarify and explain Driving factors for globalization.
- Classify political system and the determinants of economic development.
- Evaluate values and ethical systems and workplace cultural change.
- Document ethical issues in international business and philosophical approaches to ethics.
- Define trade theories, instruments of trade policy, development of the world trading system and understand impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world economy.
- Apply theoretical concepts of regional economic integration and functions of the foreign exchange market.
- Demonstrate a knowledge of economic theories of exchange rate determination.
- Investigate different modes to enter a foreign market, brands and market segmentation, global production strategy and logistics.
- Define strategic role of international Human Resources Management.
Effective as of Winter 2014
International Trade 1 (TDMT 1104) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Business + Media
- Advanced Business Management
- Business Administration (General Option)
- Business Administration (Global Studies Option)
- Business Administration (Management Option)
- Global Business Studies
Associate Certificate Part-time
- International Trade and Transportation Logistics
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