|Restrictions:||SIUE applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
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|Housing Options:||Hotel||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Minimum GPA:||2.5||Program Type:||Faculty Led|
|Area of Study:||Business, Management, Marketing||Instructor:||Fu, Xudong, Lavallee, Tom|
Evidence of the globalization of business is all around us. Businesses not only have customers and
suppliers in different countries, they also have operations in multiple countries to meet varying
customer requirements, to make use of human resources, or to reduce costs. This course focuses on
the issues one needs to consider to be effective in the global environment. Ideally, every business
student would have the opportunity to experience business, political and cultural differences by living
abroad for an extensive period of time. Because this is impractical for many students, this course
attempts to provide some of this experience during a two-week tour to China.
|Undergraduate students||GBA 489||Study Abroad for Business||3 credit hours|
|Graduate students||MBA595||Contemporary Issues in Business||3 credit hours|
If you are interested in applying for participation in this program, please contact your academic advisor in the School of Business to indicate your interest and to determine how your participation in this study abroad program may fit with your remaining degree requirements.
See APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS for an overview of the application requirements and online application process.
Enrollment in this program is limited to a maximum of 12 participants. Students are encouraged to apply early.
Dr. Xudong Fu
Department of Economics & Finance
Alumni Hall 3147
Tel: (618) 650-5195
Dr. Tom Lavallee
Department of Foreign Languages & Literature
Peck Hall 2309
Tel: (618) 650-3301
School of Business
Founders Hall 3307
Tel: (618) 650-5440