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Lerner Scholarships for Current Students

For details, deadlines and application instructions for the Lerner scholarships, see http://www1.udel.edu/finaid/schol_departmental.html.

GEM Major: GEM Perspectives and GEM Skills Elective Courses

GEM Perspectives Courses
Of the five required Perspectives and Skills courses, you may take only three courses (9 credits) with the same department designation.

* Offered During IGS Study Abroad Programs

ACCT 483 – Introduction to International Accounting
APEC 410 – International Agricultural Trade and Marketing
BUAD 425 – Current Issues in Global Business
BUAD 475 – International Marketing
ECON 311 – Economics of Developing Countries
(May be taken to satisfy either the SBS or the Perspectives requirement, but not both.)
ECON 340 – International Economics
FINC 415 – International Finance
(Enrollment is contingent on completion of ECON 308, Banking and Monetary Policy.)
POSC 316 – International Political Economy
POSC 453 – Comparative Political Economy
SPTM 416 – International Sport Management
UAPP 421 – Contemporary Issues in a Global Society
ACCT 395 – Seminar on International Accounting*
BUAD 383 – Seminar on International Management*
BUAD 391 – Seminar on International Management*
BUAD 393 – Seminar on Int’l Marketing Management*
BUAD 394 – Seminar on Int’l Operations Management*
FINC 392 – Seminar on International Financial Management*
HOSP 330 – International Hospitality Operations*
MISY 395 – Global Issues in Information Technology*

GEM Skills Courses
Of the five required Perspectives and Skills courses, you may take only three courses (9 credits) with the same department designation.

* Offered During IGS Study Abroad Programs

ANTH 232 – The Anthropology of Global Youth
BUAD 424 – Ethics in the Workplace
(Only one of these – BUAD 424 or CISC 355 – may count toward the degree, not both.)
BUAD 444 – Small Business Management
BUAD 446 – Planning Operations and Supply Chain
(BUAD447 is a co-requisite. May be waived with permission.)
BUAD 477 – Digital Marketing
CISC 355 – Computers, Ethics and Society
(Only one of these – BUAD 424 or CISC 355 – may count toward the degree, not both.)
COMM 306 – Digital Technology in Politics
CPEG 465 – Introduction to Cybersecurity
CPEG 473 – Cloud Computing and Security
(CPEG 465/MISY 465 is a prerequisite.)
ENTR 350 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship
ENTR 351 – Entrepreneurial Marketing
FASH 430 – Apparel Brand Management & Marketing
FASH 455 – Global Apparel Textile Trade and Sourcing
MISY 305 – Information Security and Risk Management
MISY 427 – Management of Information Systems
STAT 408 – Statistical Research Methods
UAPP 442 – Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations
ENTR 451 – Topics in Entrepreneurship*
FASH 321 – Global Brand Management & Marketing*
HOSP 316 – Cross Cultural Etiquette and Protocol*

 

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