Rome, Italy (MARK 360)
Faculty-led Summer Program
MARK 360: Retailing Management
- Program Description
- Course Description
- Housing & Meals
- Program Costs
- Application Process
- Learn about how global consumers and retailers together enhance society’s well-being.
- Explore Rome as a center of the global economy for retailing science.
- Transform your role as an international consumer in the global marketplace.
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This intensive two-week study abroad program provides students with the opportunity to explore the global nature of retailing as a service sector, with Italy as a learning laboratory. While the class will be based at the John Felice Rome Center, students will also take a weekend trip to Florence, inclusive of tours to The Leather School and Museo Salvatore Ferragamo. Additionally, students will visit several companies to gain insight into various retailing types.
Retailing Management familiarizes students with the science and trends involved in retailing. This interdisciplinary course emphasizes the set of business activities that add value to products sold to consumers for personal or family use. The emphasis is on cross-cultural, historical, and contemporary settings that significantly impact current retailing strategies and tactics. Traditional retailing formats continuously shift, so unconventional retailing – stemming from movements towards sharing and circular economic models – provides a foundation from which to develop claims about how retailers may more effectively enhance consumer well-being and flourishing, global societies.
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MARK 360: Retailing Management
All students on the program will be enrolled in this three credit hour course.
- Writing Intensive
- Elective for Marketing major/minor
Junior standing, minimum grade of “C-” in MARK 201.
Stacy Neier Beran, PhD
Department of Marketing, Quinlan School of Business
Students will stay in double-occupancy rooms at the John Felice Rome Center. Two group meals will be provided.
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May 14-26, 2017
- 3/15—Application Deadline
- TBA—Mandatory Pre-departure Orientation
- 5/14—Students Arrive in Rome, Italy
- 5/26—Program Ends
Program Fee: $1,935
- Double-occupancy rooms at the John Felice Rome Center
- Welcome and departure celebration dinners
- Cultural activities and excursions, including a walking/bus tour of Rome and entry to museums
- Weekend trip to Florence
- CISI health insurance
Tuition Fee: $2,253
- Three credit hours of Loyola summer tuition (graduate students must pay graduate tuition rate)
Total Cost: $4,188
- Round-trip airfare (Chicago - Rome, Italy) approximately $1,100
- Personal spending money
- Most meals
Application Deadline: March 15, 2017
As part of the online application you must:
- Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements to study abroad
- Upload a copy of your valid passport or passport application receipt
- Pay by credit card a $100 non-refundable Office for International Programs (OIP) study abroad fee