Study Abroad: China

China

Shenzhen and Hong Kong Field Study

Spring Break, March 11-17, 2018

The trip is for graduate students only.

The goal of this trip is to provide an opportunity for students to experience the culture of two distinct regions in China, to learn about the interrelationships between the two cities and to gain exposure to people and companies doing business in both locales. Students may take two courses for up to 6 credit hours. No academic credit can be earned for the trip alone.

What Students Have Said about other Bauer study abroad trips

Our program is new for 2017 so we don’t have a history, but the Management Department’s model that we are following has been quite successful both in terms of structure and content for four different countries. The only thing new for this trip is the destination. 

“One of the best experiences I have ever had. It was both enjoyable and educational. I highly recommend this program.”
Jimmy Promubol, MBA student.

“This was truly one of the best experiences of my lifetime. I learned more than I ever dreamed of and met lifelong friends. I would do it all over again in a heartbeat.”
Jessica Lyons, MBA student.

“Whether you are a World Traveler, or have never left the state, this trip is for you. You will quickly bond with other students in the program, and the interactive education will keep you engaged the entire trip.”
Janna Ball, MBA student.

“This was an unbelievable experience. It was an excellent mix of company visits, lectures and free time to explore Berlin and Poland. I would highly recommend everyone with the means to participate in a study abroad program to do so at their earliest convenience.”
Randell Rios, MBA student.

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Course Details:

Courses to be during Summer Session II timeframe from May 29 – June 4, 2017

  • All coursework outside of the weeklong trip to Paris will be online

 

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Tentative itinerary

Although the itinerary for this trip is still tentative, past trips have included:

 

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MANA 7353 Global Strategy in China: Regional Issues in Global Management

  • Dr. Barbara Carlin
  • Prerequisite: Graduate Standing

 

MANA 7397 International Environment of Business

  • Professor Daniel Currie
  • Prerequisite: Graduate Standing

 

Tentative Itinerary
  • Company Visits
  • Market Study
  • Cultural Exploration
  • Personal Time on Own