Management and Entrepreneurship Study Abroad
Join your fellow bulldogs from eight disciplines on a two-week study abroad experience in France, Germany, and Italy!
- Gain exposure to family businesses, innovation teams in large companies, and tech startups in Europe.
- Learn cultural differences in international ecosystems.
- Meet founders building companies in foreign markets.
- Management and Entrepreneurship track co-taught by Dr. Erik Markin and Dean Sharon Oswald.
- Collaborate and learn with a cross-disciplinary group of students from seven other programs across campus.
- Dates: June 4- June 19, 2023
- Eligibility: Must have at least a 2.5 GPA and sophomore standing by program start date.
- Program Fee: $5,300 (you are eligible to apply financial aid)
- Faculty: Dr. Erik Markin and Dean Sharon Oswald.
- Curricular Applicability: This study abroad program applies towards many disciplines within the College of Business.
- Management major: Applies as a major elective
- Business Administration major: Applies as management elective
- International Business major: Applies as an IB elective or as MGT major elective
- Entrepreneurship minor: Applies toward the 15 hour minor, most likely in place of MGT 3333, but if a student already had that course, then it could replace one of the other minor courses
- Jack Hatcher Certificate: May replace any class in the certificate.
Other Majors and Tracks
Outside the College of Business? Join the trip in one of these other discipline-specific tracks:
- Fashion Design & Merchandising
- Human Development and Family Science
- Management & Entrepreneurship
- Global Agricultural Leadership & Communication & Agricultural Sciences
- Kinesiology and Human Performance
- Global Public Health
- Material and Fine Art History
- Plant and Soil Sciences & Horticulture
For additional details on study abroad visit the International Institute Official Website.
Questions? Please contact Katie Ruth at (662) 325-2440 or firstname.lastname@example.org