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International Trade and Operations Management Course: Operations Planning, Documentation, Financing,



This course covers a comprehensive review and analysis of operations planning, documentation, financing, and transportation. Students learn about the role of service providers, such as freight forwarders, the importance of free trade zones, existing export regulations and control, and import tariff structures..

Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe the growth and direction of trade and trade agreements
  2. Explain export marketing strategy (setting up business etc.)
  3. Compare export-import logistics and transportation strategies.
  4. Differentiate international pricing terms for import/export.
  5. Compare international terms of sale and export sales contract documentation, risk and insurance
  6. Explain the different methods of payment for export and import.
  7. Describe the principles of countertrade.
  8. Compare the various tools of trade financing.
  9. Explain how to seek import relief for domestic industry.

Term Paper Guidelines:

From time to time, I assign a topic for your term paper and all of you will be required to write on that given topic. You are also free to select a subject that interests you in the area of export-import trade. You can write your paper on your own or as a group. I allow a maximum number of three people in a group.

a.    For your term paper, you may be assigned a topic by the instructor.
b.    All papers must be typed and double-spaced in proper margins (APA style).
c.    The suggested length is 8-10 pages, plus sources and bibliography. Any paper exceeding 12 pages of text will be graded on only the first 12 pages.
d.    All sources should be duly acknowledged.
e.    All papers must contain proper sources.
f.    Papers will be graded on the basis of research integrity i.e., amount of research effort, proper use of footnotes, organization & theoretical integrity i.e., proper backing for arguments or critique, writing style and originality in approach.

Academic Misconduct

General Academic Misconduct Policy of the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship

The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship (Huizenga School) is strongly committed to a policy of honesty in academic affairs. Students are expected to do their own academic work. Students are awarded degrees in recognition of successful completion of academic coursework in their chosen fields of study. Each student, therefore, is expected to earn his or her degree on the basis of individual personal effort. Consequently, any form of cheating or plagiarism constitutes unacceptable academic dishonesty. Such academic misconduct will not be tolerated at the Huizenga School, and thus will be penalized according to the seriousness of the infraction, in conformity with the standards, rules, and procedures of the Huizenga School and NSU. Accordingly, students are well advised to keep in mind that suspension and expulsion from the Huizenga School are among the sanctions that may be imposed for violations of the Academic Misconduct Policy.


  • Plagiarism, as defined by the Little, Brown Essential Handbook for Writers, 4th edition, is “the presentation of someone else’s ideas or words as your own. Whether deliberate or accidental, plagiarism is a serious and often punishable offense” (Aaron, 2001).
  • Deliberate plagiarismis “copying a sentence from a source and passing it off as your own and, summarizing someone else’s ideas without acknowledging your debt, or buying a term paper and handing it in as your own” (Aaron, 2001).
  • Accidental plagiarismis “forgetting to place quotation marks around other writer’s words, omitting a source citation because you’re not aware of the need for it, or carelessly copying a source when you mean to paraphrase” (Aaron, 2001).

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