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 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 2012-2013, IBUS-244 courses traveled to Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar. 2013-2014 courses traveled to Chile, Israel and Palestine. Past courses have traveled throughout Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
The Fall 2014 International Management Practices course will travel to Nairobi, Kenya. The on-campus classroom component will take place during the second half of the fall 2014 semester. The program dates in Kenya are January 3-11, 2015. More Information and Registration