Osier Business

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Course Outline (BBB4M)

Teacher: Ms. Osier

Course Code: BBB4M                             

Textbook: Fundamentals of International Business


This course provides an overview of the importance of international business and trade in the global economy and explores the factors that influence success in international markets. Students will learn about the techniques and strategies associated with marketing, distribution and managing international business. 










Source: betterworldbooks.com

Units of Study: 

Unit 1: Introduction to International Trade (Chapters 1 & 2)

Unit 2: Culture, Politics & Economics (Chapters 3 & 4)

Unit 3: Trade Organizations and Social Responsibility (Chapters 5 & 6)

Unit 4: Marketing & Logistics (Chapters 7 & 8)

Unit 5: Canada’s Role in International Business (Chapters 9 & 10)

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Assessment and Evaluation
Exam
ISP/Seminar
Culture Presentation
Tests/Quizzes
Projects
TOTAL:

15%
15%
5%
35%
30%
100%

Class Conduct:

Assignments and Projects:

Unless otherwise instructed by the teacher, all assignments and projects submitted for marking must be keyed on a computer. 


Deadline Dates: 

  • An absolute due date will be established when an assignment is given out.  Any assignments not handed in on this date, will be assigned an incomplete mark. 
  • If you miss a class where there was a planned test or assignment due, you will require a note from a parent/guardian. In the case of a major assignment, you will require a doctor’s note. Failure to give this note upon your return will result in a zero.   You must present this note upon your return to school.
  • If you are over 18 and miss a class where a test is scheduled or an assignment is to be handed in, then you must provide a parent note or doctor’s note upon your return with a legitimate excuse. Failure to provide this note will result in an incomplete mark.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to come forth with proper documentation upon their return to school. The teacher is not responsible for approaching the student about their attendance matters.


Lates:

This is a business course and so professional behaviour is a must.  If you are late, you are making a choice.  You will find that lates do affect your mark in this course as well as become an irritant to classmates and the teacher.


Some other tidbits:

  • When someone is talking, you are not!
  • Not doing homework is a choice with consequences! (ex: pop quizzes)
  • An interesting person has interests. Read the paper! Listen to the news! Contribute whenever you can. This course is full of opportunity for discussion!