Kogod's International Management Practices course (IBUS-244) combines on-campus sessions with travel to dynamic locations across the globe during winter, spring, or summer break. Through on-site visits to multinational and domestic firms, students with an interest in the global economy learn how the political, economic, and cultural environments of the region/country influence business strategy and management practices.
Course locations rotate throughout the year between Latin America, Europe, and Asia, and students may enroll multiple times to study multiple economies. Students can choose to enroll in either a 2-credit or 3-credit section of the course, depending on their schedule and academic goals.
During 2011-2012, IBUS-244 courses traveled to Chile, Greece, Turkey, and China. Past courses have traveled throughout Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
This program includes three class meetings during the second half of the Fall semester, followed by travel in early January, during winter break.
This Fall students in IBUS-244 traveled to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo and experienced the business environments of Brazilian organizations. Learn More
Early Spring 2013
This IBUS-244 program includes four class meetings during the first module of Spring semester, followed by travel to UAE and Qatar during the week of spring break. Learn More
Late Spring 2013
This program combines several class meetings during the second module of spring semester with travel abroad to Ireland and the U.K. in May. Learn More