Catalogue 2013 - 2014

BUS 315 International Practicum

Credits

3 cr.

Prerequisite

Sophomore standing and consent of instructor.

Course Description

International Practicum involves pre-travel and/or post-travel study and travel of 10-14 days duration during school breaks that are chaperoned and supervised by a business faculty member. These trips take students outside the geographic borders of the U.S. and provide learning experiences beyond the classroom environment. Programs and activities enhance the ability of students to comprehend, analyze, and grasp different cultural aspects that impact successful management of organizations in the global work environment. The major goal of the International Practicum is to allow undergraduate students opportunities to enhance their understanding of cross-cultural differences and the globalization of the work environment.

Notes

The course may be repeated for credit if the location/topic varies.

Cross Listed Courses

CUL 315