International Management in China

MMS375K

Examines China’s business activities, patterns, and structure from international management standpoint, preparing students for taking on challenges as international management professionals either as analysts or practitioners. Introduces concepts and theories of diversity, ethnicity, and multiculturalism in conjunction with studies of cross-cultural issues that exist in various areas of management in China. Reviews China’s social economic, cultural and demographic attributes; applies interdisciplinary theories and concepts, and adopts inductive and deductive approaches toward teaching and learning of analytical skills and problem solving techniques. Taught at Duke Kunshan University.

Curriculum Codes: 

SS, CCI