DENMARK. The course uses corporate strategy as a means to explore the interplay between business, government, and the individual citizen as agents for social change.
Spring Term Abroad 2017 List of Courses
IRELAND. This course explores the business climate and management practices of modern Ireland as well as immerses students in the culture the country.
British Virgin and Leeward Islands. This course focuses on developing both leadership and cross-cultural management skills through immersing students in an intensive, leadership rich, and culturally diverse environment.
DENMARK. This is a project-based course that further explores the concepts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability as practiced in Denmark, regarded as one of the most progressive economies.
GERMANY. A four-week course that offers students a true immersion in German language, culture and business.
ITALY. CHEM 154-155 is a non-majors sequence that satisfies FDR SL.
CHINA. Chinese language and culture study
NEPAL. A 360 degree survey of caste in South Asia.
BRAZIL. This course examines the importance of the forest for economic development in both the formal and informal sectors of the economy, and how policies can be developed to promote both environmental protection and an increase in the quality life in both the urban and rural areas of Amazonas.
IRELAND:This program will immerse the student in the literature, religious traditions, history, and culture of Ireland.
ENGLAND. Investigation of technical engineering concepts, the evolution of engineering, and the historical and cultural significance of engineering through the study of ancient and modern engineering marvels around the world.
This course will explore the unique geology of Iceland.
SPAIN. This course takes place in Seville, Spain, where we will be perfectly situated to explore the co-existence of Muslims, Jews, and Christians on the Iberian Peninsula.
SWEDEN. This course provides students the opportunity to develop a method for critically analyzing a theatrical production with an emphasis on the extent to which the Swedish cultural and social context impacts the production.