(S) An increasingly globalized world is dramatically changing the economic landscape. Furthermore, global economic expansion is likely to continue. Thus anyone interacting with international organizations (political, social, governmental, for-profid, non-profit) needs a sound foundation in understanding international strategies. This capstone course examines the context, content and implementation of international strategies through the case studies, current research, and group activities. Additionally, the outcomes (e.g., performance and innovation) and complexities of managing International strategy over time are explored. The intent is to develop an understanding of how all types of organizations (service, production, distribution, political, social) use international strategy to build and sustain a competitive advantage in the global environment. Prerequisites: Senior status and 12 upper-level hours in international business major or minor.