International competition was traditionally the realm of large firms, while small-scale entrepreneurs tended to trade locally. More recently, the removal of government-imposed protectionism coupled with technological advances in manufacturing, transport and telecommunications allow even small-scale owner-managers access to suppliers, collaborators and suppliers around the world. This advanced course teaches international entrepreneurship negotiation. The paper explains how international entrepreneurship is similar to and different from both its mother disciplines, namely entrepreneurship and international business. While the study of international business focuses on the firm, and the study of entrepreneurship focuses on the individual actor, this course integrates both for an understanding of international entrepreneurship.