China International Seminar The Changing Face of Globalization in China China is a vibrant, rapidly-globalizing economy which has grown to enormous importance in the world economy in the past 35 years. This international seminar will permit students to observe this growth and change first-hand, hearing more from both executives and academics about the strategies and the policies that are driving change and growth, as well as the impact of the recent global economic slowdown on a heavily export-driven economy. This course is designed to be an intensive and exciting learning experience. Be exposed to the fundamentals of doing business in China Apply basic international business concepts to analyzing and understanding one specific business environment Understand the importance of cultural/historical/environmental context in international business Learn about the past 35 years of Chinese economic opening and growth and the resulting benefits and challenges Course Information This four-credit graduate seminar counts toward the international management, finance, and marketing concentration in the MBA program. Seminars are designed to be taken during the elective section of MBA Modules 4, 5, or 6 or by instructor permission. MNM, MPA, and DPA students may also participate in this seminar after completing the first year of their program. Slideshow Holt Fellowship Each year, Hamline School of Business awards a number of Holt Fellowships to provide financial support associated with an International Seminar. Learn more about the Holt Fellowship and the application process. Learn More Visit the International & Off-Campus Programs Office for more details and application materials. Program Terms and Conditions Read the Graduate International Seminars Terms and Conditions.