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Geopolitics International Relations & Communication Program Fall 2020 Semester - Bogotá

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Geopolitics Course Overview


CEA Partner Institution: Universidad de La Sabana
Location: , Colombia
Primary Subject Area: Business
Other Subject Area: Global Studies
Instruction in: English
Course Details: Level 400
Recommended Semester Credits: 3
Contact Hours: 48


This lecture deepens into the geopolitical environment for international business. An understanding of such a complex relational system would involve, mainly:
Global macroeconomics:
- Analysis of information provided by latest IMF and World Bank Group official sources, namely, consensual economics. An examination of regional macroeconomic and financial items, factors and variables that may affect international business strategies.

Global politics
- Review of latest global news potentially affecting international business. A weekly examination of international events with global implications, namely, geopolitical facts.

Geopolitical insights
- In-depth insights into major geopolitical issues, such as oil & energy, stock markets, commodity prices, banking and international security.

Our goal will be to gain a geopolitical overview of issues surrounding international business, able to get incorporated into a strategic plan for a successful economic venture.

At La Sabana, contact hours are calculated through a combination of lecture hours and outside activities (which can include workshops, fieldwork activities, guest lectures, and independent work), therefore contact hours may vary on syllabi. La Sabana awards credits based on the conversion - One Colombia Credit is the equivalent of 16 contact hours - therefore, the recommended U.S. credits are based on the contact hours assigned per course.

**Universities may opt to award additional credits for courses taken at La Sabana based on the total contact minutes in a course as students are enrolled in courses that meet for 60 minutes per contact hour versus the U.S. that only meet for 50 minutes per contact hour.**

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