Undergraduate Study Abroad Programs

Fall 2022

Australia - INTB 5022: Economics of Immigration with Dr. Michael Jones

This course provides an understanding of the economic issues regarding immigration. We will apply the tools of economic theory to understand the individual choice to migrate, the factors that affect economic performance of migrants, the aggregate consequences of migration on the labor market, as well as an overview of various governments’ immigration policies. During the travel experience, students will attend lectures, and visit with corporations, government organizations, and NGOs involved in immigration.

Application required, students will be given permission to register. 

Chile- INTB 5012: Doing Business in Chile with Professor Gema Bahns

This course will focus on the exploration of business opportunities and culture in Chile, South America. The course will give an essential perspective of competencies needed to do business in this country, along with historical, political, economic, and cultural influences affecting the business environment. Students will visit our partner university in Chile: Universidad del Desarrollo and will learn first-hand through lectures, readings, team projects, company tours, panel discussions with leading academic and professional experts, and interactions with Chilean students.

Application required, accepted students will be given permission to register.

Germany - INTB 3092: Systems and Operations with Professor Rob Rokey

Discover Germany through its picturesque cities and its innovative technology and manufacturing industry. Students will have the opportunity to travel to Munich, Heidelberg, and Mannheim while interacting with students at our partner, the University of Mannheim, tour companies such as SAP and BMW to learn how business works in Germany and in the global environment, and explore Bavaria's history and culture in Munich. This course will give you an understanding and appreciation for information systems and its essential role in adding value to leading companies in the European and world market.

Application required, accepted students will be given permission to register.

India - INTB 5033: Doing Business in India with Professor Asawari Deshmukh

This course is intended to introduce students to the dynamics of Doing Business in India. India is not only the largest, most populous democracy in the world, but a committed defender of free trade.  Since its independence in 1947, India has embarked on several courses towards development based on different ideologies. Some of those ideas have worked and bourn effective results while other experiments have failed drastically. Through all these vibrant years, it has provided some key insights to scholars of practically every field of Economics, Business, Political science, Technology and Science. The group will travel to Mumbai (formerly called Bombay), Bengaluru (formerly called Bangalore) and Agra (sightseeing - Taj Mahal) in India. Through a variety of lectures, and visits to businesses, government organizations and NGOs students will enhance their understanding of the Indian business environment. They will also get opportunities to interact with peer students from a few colleges in India for a well-rounded perspective of life in a metropolitan city in India.

Application required, students will be given permission to register. 

United Arab Emirates - INTB 5023: Doing Business in the Middle East with Dr. Chuck Matthews

This course provides a deeper understanding of business, cultural, social, economic, geographic region, historic, legal, and more issues and the potential impact on social and business relations in the United Arab Emirates, as well as the broader Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Through lectures, guest speakers, and video conference gain an understanding of the importance of international business and entrepreneurship in the UAE and MENA region. Considerable emphasis will be given to Arabic culture and the way business is conducted.  

Application required, students will be given permission to register. 

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Spring 2023 programs

To be announced soon!

Summer 2022 programs

  • France and Belgium: International Business and Language electives. Learn about the European Union and the impact of the Euro common currency. Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Eight weeks long; 12 credits.
  • France and Spain/Slovenia: International Business and Language electives. Spend three weeks in France and three weeks in Slovenia. Open to juniors and seniors. Six weeks long; 12 credits. 

Semester exchange programs

Before you go abroad on an LCB exchange program, you need to make sure that the courses you want to take will work toward your degree at UC. Find courses at the exchange program that has similar content to the courses you still need to take by using the Credit Approval Transfer Service (CATS). 

  • Go to Lindner Central, and log in with your 6+2. Choose “Student Services” then “Credit Approval Transfer Service (CATS)”.
  • LCB students will use CATS for one of two purposes:
    • Search for pre-approved courses in “Approved Study Abroad Courses”. If you find the course already approved, you can add it to your Academic Credit Approval Form. Courses must match your program of application.
    • OR Submit for course approval. Choose “Request a New Study Abroad Course” and fill in all required information, including a syllabus, for submission. You will be notified via e-mail if the submission is approved or rejected. Please allow 2 weeks for this approval process.