Graduate Study Abroad Programs

Today's business leaders need a deep appreciation for the challenges of a global economy, and a first-hand, immersive international experience is an integral part of your graduate degree. A strong case- or project-based study abroad experience, complete with cultural knowledge and in-depth subject matter expertise, will stand out on a resume. You'll enhance your capacity to work independently, understand problems, propose innovative solutions, and appreciate cultural differences in the workplace.

In the classroom and abroad, you'll learn first-hand through lectures and discussion with leading academic and professional experts, corporate visits, case applications, and cultural sightseeing. All study abroad programs are for academic credit, and the on-campus and international components are delivered in English. After the program, you will complete cases or projects applying the academic content and cultural knowledge gained abroad.

Requirements

  • Prerequisites: 12 hours of graduate coursework required.
  • Online students: Online students are eligible for international seminars.

Full-time on-campus MBA programs

China

Course: INTB 8001 (two credits), class meets weekly on campus during the fall semester.
Explore China’s economy through a hands-on case highlighting the challenges of doing business in Asia.
Travel to China: December 8-16, 2018.
Eligibility: This program is only open to full-time MBA students in the fall on-campus cohort.

Part-time MBA and other graduate programs

Italy

Luxury Marketing

Course: INTB 8001, two credits, class meets on campus during spring semester.
Travel to Milan, Italy, during May break.
Join us in Milan to apply innovation methods to Italian luxury products and services. Experience cultural differences in all forms of retailing (from grocery to fashion).
Eligibility: Students with at least 12 credit hours in a Lindner master's degree program, the part-time MBA, online MBA, MBA/Arts Administration dual degree program, Accend program, or a graduate certificate program.

Paris and Bordeaux, France

Managing Risk in a Complex Market

Course: INTB 8005, two credits, class meets weekly on campus during the spring semester.
Travel to Paris and Bordeaux during spring break.
Focus on the complexities of managing risk and cultural values using the case study of the unique wine market in Bordeaux, France.
Eligibility: Students with at least 12 credit hours in a Lindner master's degree program, the part-time MBA, online MBA, MBA/Arts Administration dual degree program, Accend program, or a graduate certificate program.

Chile

International Management Consulting

Course: INTB 8003, two credits, class meets weekly on campus during spring semester.
Travel to Santiago, Chile, during spring break.
Engage with Chile’s thriving start-up culture to explore how innovation drives an economy through an international consulting experience in Santiago.
Eligibility: Students with at least 12 credit hours in a Lindner master's degree program, the part-time MBA, online MBA, MBA/Arts Administration dual degree program, Accend program, or a graduate certificate program.

MS in Applied Economics

Bergen, Norway

Natural Resource Management and Policy

Graduate summer school.
Course: MLTI 7000, two credit hours.
Study Natural Resource Management and Policy in a two-week course at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics in late June 2018.
Eligibility: students in the MS Applied Economics program.

Paris, France

Microeconometric Policy Evaluation

Graduate summer school.
Course: MLTI 7000, two credit hours.
Study Micoeconometric Policy Evaluation at the Paris School of Economics for one week in June 2018.
Eligibility: students in the MS Applied Economics program.