Description: Lecture, three hours; presentations, site visits, and discussion, 20 hours. Course 458A is enforced requisite to 458B. Taught in English. Designed for MBA, EMBA, FEMBA, and GEMBA students. Four on-campus academic sessions and one intensive week in another country for blend of lectures, guest speakers, panel discussions, and company site visits, with focus on doing business in other countries. Exposure to economy, legal and political environment, major industries and businesses, local culture, key historical events, and many aspects of conducting business outside U.S. Taught by school faculty members in conjunction with lectures by faculty members from top institutional partners, as well as local and regional government officials and ministers, local business executives, and influential leaders from country of focus. May be repeated for credit based on program requirements. In Progress grading (credit to be given only on completion of course 458B).