Study Abroad in Business

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   Students in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business can earn academic credit toward their degrees on study and internship abroad programs around the world. To inquire about possibilities in your field of study, search the online application or schedule a meeting with the education abroad advisor for the college.  Financial aid and scholarships are available.

 

Study Abroad Programs with MSU faculty

Term Location Course(s) available MSU Faculty
Winter 2015-2016   London and Paris, or London, Paris, Geneva, Heidelberg, and Amsterdam BUS 396/696 - International Business Seminar: Europe Heath Keller
Winter 2015-2016   London JMC 322/622 - Journalism in London: Abbey Road to Downton Abbey: The British Invasion as U.S. Media Phenomenon Marcie Hinton
Spring Break 2016   London COM 340 - Intercultural Communication Patty Parish
Summer
2016
Belize COM 161 - Public Speaking
Abroad 101 Program is open to incoming freshman only!
TBA
Fall Semester
2016
Regensburg, Germany ACC 200/201 Principles of Accounting I or II
ACC 308 Accounting Information Systems
ACC 604 Accounting for Decision Making
BUS 355 Information Systems & Decision Making
BUS 396 International Business Seminar
Fred Miller & Tommy Stambaugh

 

Other programs that may be of interest to business students

Semester programs:
MSU offers a number of low-cost semester exchange programs around the world.  Students can take classes in English in the business fields, work on their foreign language proficiency, or get some of their University Studies credits taken care of.  Semester-long programs are available at quality, accredited universities in Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Spain, and South Korea.
Many more semester-length options are available through trusted study abroad providers.  Speak to an Education Abroad Advisor to help identify the best program for you.

Short-term programs:
Business courses are offered on programs ranging from 1 week Spring Break all the way to a full semester or year.  Shorter programs allow you to "test the waters" and give you more options for how to fit study abroad into a busy schedule.  You still receive academic credit on these programs, and there are a variety of courses, lengths of programs and locations to choose from.

Internships abroad:
Especially popular for students majoring in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business are international internship opportunities.  This is a growing field that many MSU students have already taken advantage of and international internships are a great way to get on-the-job experience and network.

 

For more information about study or internship opportunities abroad, contact
Education Abroad Office
179 Woods Hall
msu.studyabroad@murraystate.edu
270.809.2277
murraystate.edu/educationabroad

 

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