Contemporary European Business Issues
Summer I 2017
May 4-14, 2017
The Contemporary European Business Issues class deals with the European Union and strategic business concepts. The multidisciplinary course will cover comparative business issues between the European Union and the United States, as well as issues in history, political science, language, culture, and religion. Students will participate in United Kingdom site visits to support the development of an understanding of the complexities of the operations of a corporation in a global context. Students will be exposed to the historical and cultural context of European business to enhance their business decision making skills.
Good standing from the Office of the Dean of Students
BUS 265 (3 credits)
BUS 365 (3 credits)
Charges: $2200 ($250 scholarship may be available for UE students)
This fee DOES NOT include the following: round-trip airfare, registration, technology fees.