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LWT-Language-Culture-World-Trade

LWT 101 Introduction to World Trade

2 credits

LWT 311 Export Documentation

Prerequisite: ECO 260, MAR 250, MGT 250, and permission of chairperson of Modern Languages.

Course Description: This course prepares the student to execute the documents necessary to complete a successful export transaction and to comply with the regulatory requirements.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring.

1 credits

Prerequisites

ECO 260 Min Grade D and MAR 250 Min Grade D and MGT 250 Min Grade D

LWT 312 Export/import Letters of Credit

Prerequisite: ECO 260, MAR 250, MGT 250, course work in Import Regulations and Documentation and/or Export Documentation, and permission of chairperson of Modern Languages.

Course Description: A review of Uniform Customs and Practices for Documentary Credits, including latest changes and terms of sale and delivery Incoterms 2000.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring.

1 credits

Prerequisites

ECO 260 Min Grade D and MAR 250 Min Grade D and MGT 250 Min Grade D

LWT 313 Import Regulations and Documentation

Prerequisite:ECO 260, MAR 250, MGT 250, and permission of chairperson of Modern Languages.

Course Description: A study of the purpose, preparation and use of documents required to import and transport products and meet US Customs "reasonable care" standards.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring.

2 credits

Prerequisites

ECO 260 Min Grade D and MAR 250 Min Grade D and MGT 250 Min Grade D

LWT 314 Ocean Shipping and Inland Transportion

Prerequisite: ECO 260, MAR 250, MGT 250, an permission of Chairperson of Modern Languages.

Course Description: This course analyzes the regulatory, documentary, and operational aspects of international ocean and inland domestic freight business. The employment of resources in both domestic and international markets along with the development of markets and competitive information are covered.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring.

2 credits

Prerequisites

ECO 260 Min Grade D and MAR 250 Min Grade D and MGT 250 Min Grade D

LWT 318 Customs Law

Prerequisite:ECO 260, MAR 250, MGT 250, and permission of chairperson in Modern Languages.

Course Description: This course focuses on the US Customs and trade laws and their application to imports. Emphasis will be on a detailed analysis of the Customs Valuation Statute including various bases of appraisement, commissions' foreign offices, etc.

Course Rotation: NYC: TBA.

2 credits

LWT 433 Importing Techniques

2 credits