Aug 12, 2020
AVM 426 - International Aviation Management
International aviation management and policy, including cross-cultural challenges, interpersonal relationships in a diverse domestic and foreign environment, and evolving global trends. Managing workforce diversity from a culture-based perspective, including social responsibility, ethics, and environmental interdependence.
Prerequisite: AVM 335.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Assess the challenges of aviation related international business as influenced by globalization, regional trade blocks, international organizations, privatization, Information technology, and workforce diversity.
- Evaluate the impact of political, economic, technological, financial and legal environments to which aviation related international business’ are exposed.
- Evaluate the role of culture as it pertains to aviation related international business.
- Interpret international aviation policies as they apply to global business and organizations.
- Demonstrate negotiation and decision-making principles as they apply to aviation related businesses operating in an international environment.
- Determine the influence of international aviation policies on organizational design.
- Assess various ways and methods of motivating and managing multicultural workforces.
- Evaluate the impact of international aviation policies on regional air transportation.
- Analyze global market import and export procedures as they are influenced by international aviation policies.
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