Study Abroad in Business
Study Abroad Program in Business
Each year approximately one-third of all study abroad opportunities offer academic credit for students in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business. To inquire about possibilities in your field of study, you should call or visit with the Study Abroad Office of the Institute for International Studies (IIS), 809-2277, Room 178 Woods Hall, www.murraystate.edu/studyabroad. Financial aid applies in all cases; scholarship support is available.
|Upcoming Study Abroad Programs in Business|
|Fall 2012||Germany||BPA 396 - International Business Seminar: Europe (Online)||Fred Miller|
|Winter 2012-2013||Greece and Italy||BPA 396: International Business Seminar: Economic Life in Greece and Italy
ECO 396: Economic Life in Greece and Italy
|Spring Break 2013||London, England||ACC 586: International Experience in Accounting||Amanda Grossman|
|Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS)|
Murray State University, as the founding member of KIIS, offers academic programs abroad in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Ecuador, Greece, Denmark, Brazil, Costa Rica, Japan, Czech Republic, Turkey, Argentina, Morocco, Poland, Ukraine and China. These programs offer students courses taught by faculty members from the member universities, including Murray State University. Course disciplines vary each year depending on the faculty who participate. Students should inquire at IIS or at the KIIS office at Western Kentucky University - KIIS, Tate Page Hall 129 1906 College Heights Blvd. #11030, Bowling Green, KY 42101-1030 312 Faculty Hall. Phone: 270-745-4416.
|Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA)|
|Murray State is a participating member of this Kentucky-based consortium. CCSA offers both summer and winter break programs in Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland, Belize, Ghana, South Africa, India, Jamaica and Hong Kong. These programs offer students courses taught by faculty members from the various member institutions, including Murray State. Course disciplines vary each year depending on the faculty who participate. Students should inquire at IIS or with Celia Wall, email@example.com.|
|MSU Exchange Programs|
|Murray State University has formal exchange agreements with international
institutions. These exchange agreements provide for semester or full-academic
year programs at these institutions. Business students should consider the
programs in Germany, Thailand, Hungary, Korea, Finland, and Japan. At these
institutions full academic programs in business are offered, credit is fully
transferable as MSU credit, all coursework is in English and fees are paid to
Murray State and represent, generally, those fees normally paid here. Students
should inquire at IIS.
The program in Germany (Semester in Regensburg) is of special interest to business majors. This program is a delivered program where core courses are taught by Murray State faculty who accompany the student group. All business courses offered fit into the College’s BAB program. Students should inquire at IIS or with Dr. Fred Miller, Business Building 451C, 809-6206.
|International Business Seminars (IBS)|
Murray State is a participating member of this consortium based in Arizona. The IBS program focuses on aspects of International Marketing and management; is offered both during the winter and summer academic breaks; and provides the student a series of seminars in multiple European countries over a 3-5 week period. For more details, students should inquire of firstname.lastname@example.org.