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IBUS 304: Business, Culture, and Society: Russia and Eastern Europe (3 )
This course will be a team-taught interdisciplinary overview of issues related to business in the "transition economies" of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Directed primarily at sophomores and juniors, the course will be open to both business and nonbusiness majors. This course may be taken concurrently with language or area studies courses and is designed to reinforce the linkages between language, area studies, and international business. Faculty teaching the course will be drawn from the Business School and college departments associated with the Center for Russian and East European Studies (e.g., Political Science, History, Sociology, Geography, etc.) Prerequisite: Sophomore status (30 hours). LEC
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