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Short Term Study Abroad Courses

The Reeves School of Business conducts educational travel courses abroad and domestically during Spring Break and following Graduation each year. Students can earn 3 s.h. of elective credit through participation in one of the Short Course or Maymester trips. The cost of the trips varies by year and is in addition to tuition and fees charged by the University.

 

International Accounting and Economics- Guatemala

Students will travel to the ancient Mayan region of Guatemala to study the social and economic impact of the nation's and region's history, culture, and natural resources.

 

For more information about the Guatemala Experience, contact Dr. Mary Kirchner

Domestic Business Experience- Orlando, FL

This short course focuses on Disney and its family of globally recognized brands. A hands on experience, the course looks in depth at the strategic approach to brand development used by the Disney Companies. Behind the scenes visits to the ESPN Wide World of Sports and Disney parks will highlight the impact of marketing strategies and management decisions. This is a 300 level course cross-listed for ACC, BUS, BFE, MGT, and MKT.

 

Contact Dr. James Marcin for additional information about the Domestic Business Experience Course.

Maymester in Sweden

Sweden is considered the cultural and economic center of Scandanavia. Students will travel to Stockholm to engage in Swedish culture and research economics, government, and business practices. During the exploration of Stockholm, the group will visit Parlaiment, the Ministry of Finance, Stockholm City Hall, home of the Nobel Prize, Supreme Court, Erickson Telecom, and Stockholm University. The trip will also include cultural tours of Upsala, and Falun to the North, in the Swedish countryside. Students will transform their research into a paper upon returning to the USA.

 

From left, Stockholm City Hall, Downtown Stockholm, Stockholm University

For more information regarding the Maymester trip to Sweden, contact Dr. Josiah Baker.

 

 

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