Through Quinlan School of Business' study abroad courses, students explore different cultures, form new relationships, and hone their international commerce knowledge and skills. These intensive, two-week summer courses, offered in international settings, earn full academic credit. Classes are taught by Loyola's top professors and are offered in a variety of disciplines.
Summer 2014 Quinlan Study Abroad
IBUS 399: Special Topics - International Development and Business Consulting in Emerging Markets
May 15 - 30, 2014
Dominican Republic and Haiti
Faculty: M. Cinar, I. Lee, M. Welch
Course prerequisites: IBUS 201 or other international business/economics classes and with instructor approval.
Course Description: This course will be an undergraduate study abroad course in which the students will learn to use basic financial, managerial, marketing and accounting skills to help micro businesses, NGOs and informal endeavors in an emerging market. The course will initially have a basic ‘tools’ part in which students will refresh their knowledge base which will be needed for consulting experiences. This part of the course may be offered online, at the instructors’ discretion. The extension of the classroom experience will be with hands-on consulting in an organization in an emerging market.
For more information, please contact Mine Cinar (email@example.com), In Hyeock Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike Welch (email@example.com).
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