International Business Program: Processes and Considerations for Design

Angela Bailey, Nayibe Rosado, Lourdes Rey

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Designing courses can be a long and difficult process. In this paper the authors share a design project, which they are involved with at the Instituto de Idiomas at the Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia for International Business majors. The authors share the difficulties of deciding the path to take in course design, especially content oriented, the considerations made during the design of the program, and the plan for further development. In the end, the authors invite all teachers to participate in course design as it is an enriching experience as well as a complicated process.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5294/laclil.2008.1.1.6

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