Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Summer Innsbruck Program

Have you heard about Stetson University’s Summer Innsbruck program? Watch the little YouTube clip and see what students and professors think about it.

Also, an information meeting will be held on Wed., Nov. 16th at 5:30 p.m. at LBC 318.
The Summer Innsbruck program is a 6-Week Summer Session

International study is critical for a well-rounded global college education. However, few business students study abroad. Most find that the required curricula for business majors and the unavailability of transferable business courses limit opportunities for study abroad, and that most full-semester study abroad programs jeopardize an on-time graduation.

The Summer Innsbruck Program gives business students a viable study abroad option. The courses are regular AACSB International-approved business courses, required for most business majors, and taught by regular Stetson faculty and distinguished visiting faculty. This is a great opportunity to enhance your career opportunities and build your global resume. Arts and Science and Music majors are welcome and often find courses that fit in as electives for their field of study or as part of a business minor.

Special Features
Classes are held at the University of Innsbruck in the walkable city of Innsbruck, Austria. Centrally located in the cool and beautiful Alps, Innsbruck is an ideal base to study and travel through Europe. Students benefit from the history, comfort, culture, and outdoor activities of the region.

Courses for each session are designed to meet the needs of current students and offerings range from Business Finance, International Finance, Strategic Management, or Global Marketing, to International Business and Professional Writing.

Courses are taught by full-time Stetson faculty members and distinguished visiting professors. Stetson faculty members who participate in the program include:

Peter Heine, DBA, Memphis State University
James Mallett, Ph.D., Wayne State University
Tom Smith, past CEO for a multinational company
Betty Thorne, Ph.D., Indiana University

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