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Business Administration Majors Study Abroad


"Business today is global. Companies in the U.S. and elsewhere are developing strategies to take advantage of business opportunities, seeking markets, efficient production, financing, talented managers, effective design and marketing ideas, and research and technological prowess wherever they can be found.  While studying abroad, students will benefit by developing a more global mind set, and they will also find the strength and confidence to be effective in a different culture and national environment. Students will be preparing themselves for their future success."

Professor David H. Blake
Strategic Management

Do's & Don'ts

Suggested UCEAP programs with upper division business courses:

(programs with courses in English)

  • Study abroad & fulfill the International Business Requirement (D). Petition required. See Academic Advising & Approval link above for details.
  • Students may not fulfill core courses (MGMT 101-110) or the 130-series Accounting courses while studying abroad
  • Students considering an Accounting career may not want to go abroad fall of their junior or entire senior year due to internship and full-time recruiting activities.
  • Complete lower-division writing prior to studying abroad.
  • Students interested in fulfilling the International Business Requirement must petition the course - the course must be an upper-division business course to be considered. Students may not petition to substitute core courses (MGMT 101-110) or the 130-series Accounting courses when studying abroad.


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