MBA Dual Degree Vermont Law

  • This is an introductory course for beginning language learners. No prior knowledge is required. Students study language fundamentals such as pronunciations, vocabulary and grammar. The emphases are: a) establishing a solid foundation in pronunciations; b) building up vocabulary and sentence patterns in communicative contexts; c) introducing writing systems and preparing students to read characters. In addition, cultural and social information that go along with language use are also included in the teaching.

  • This course familiarizes the students with the current peculiarities of the Brazilian Market, in terms of taxes, banking operations, imports & exports, interest rates in order to prepare future international managers to do business in/with Brazil.

  • This course is designed for native speakers of Spanish or for those who can master the language in an intermediate to high level. At the end of the course, students will have acquired conversational & colloquial skills of the language, as well as cultural and economic concepts of the countries where Portuguese is spoken, with emphasis on Brazil, which is one of the most important markets in today's economy.

  • This course is a continuation of Fundamentals I. It aims to help students further develop communicative skills in listening and speaking, with an additional emphasis on reading texts. The emphases of this course are: a) building up more vocabulary and grammatical structures for communications purposes, b) integrating the linguistic and cultural knowledge acquired in Fundamentals I with the new knowledge, c) introducing business content and terminology in instructions and activities.

  • This course will focus on microfinance and its potential as a tool for economic development within the political, business and cultural context of Northern India. Students will learn from practitioners across the entire breadth of the industry including financing banks, MFI head-offices, field-offices and loan group meetings.

  • This is an introductory applications course exploring the profession and practice of management consulting. The narrow view of consulting is limited to the field of private sector management consulting and those firms that are dedicated to the practice. A broader view acknowledges that mastery of the skills and practices required in planning, executing, and delivering a consulting project is useful to anyone considering a career in management, whether in the private, public, or NGO sectors.

  • Economic development and social change can
    offer tremendous business opportunities for global managers.
    At the same time, the development process can lead to social,
    cultural, economic, and political conflicts. This course
    explores the roots of such conflicts, and methods of conflict
    management such as negotiations and multicultural communications.

  • The course will provide an assessment of current trends and foci in U.S. foreign economic policy, with a special focus on the recent global economic downturn and the impact of war on U.S. foreign policy. Washington policy makers, international business executives, think tank scholars, media representatives, and academicians will provide a series of presentations on important elements of international business processes and environments and how they interrelate with U.S. foreign policy.

  • This course follows the evolution of the European business environment created by the enlargement of the European Union. It focuses on how businesses are managing their operations in the enlarging European Single Market, a Market which will expand again with the access ion of Bulgaria and Romania to the European Union in 2007. The course addresses the challenges and opportunities facing companies in the dynamic environment of the ?new? evolving European Union.

  • The objective of the course is to introduce the participants to the basic concepts of sustainable development, raise awareness to the challenges, limits, and opportunities faced by the private sector. Brazil?s government, society, and business community have shown a great commitment to balancing economic development and environmental sustainability. From programs to reduce the rate of Amazon deforestation, to a gigantic bio-energy industry, and innovative carbon credit-generating initiatives, Brazil is leading a true revolution of economic possibilities.