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The Mihaylo College of Business & Economics and International Business Seminars proudly presents an opportunity of a lifetime. Mihaylo graduate students will participate in lecture-discussions sessions with executives of various multinational corporations, local European business firms, and government agencies while earning three semester credits. This unique opportunity is for individuals interested in acquiring a first-hand view of international business practices and obtaining a global perspective while experiencing the excitement of traveling abroad.
Participants in the International Business Seminars Program will investigate business policy, strategy and structure in an international context. The Seminars emphasize marketing and management functions and can be taken for three semester units of upper-division graduate business credit.
The overall purpose of the IBS Program is to allow participants to be exposed to international business practices outside the United States. Participants are also given an insight into the cultural, social and political environments of each country visited. This is an unique opportunity for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in international business, or related fields, to acquire a first-hand view of international business practices while experiencing the excitement of traveling abroad.
There are several travel abroad options you may travel during Winter and Summer. Please take a minute to peruse the International Business Seminars website for general details. In addition, we have specific information for our summer travel option. All seminars are open to our graduate business students as long as the travel time does not conflict with courses you are currently enrolled it. Seminars that overlap with fall or spring classes are not open to our graduate students.
The Seminar price does not cover tuition or fees at California State University, Fullerton; your own personal spending money or most lunches and dinners. The total cost of the Seminar will depend on your point of departure and personal spending habits. The IBS Seminars price is approximately $4300-$5000 and includes roundtrip airfare and required ground transportation outside the United States; the Seminar program and arrangements; first-class hotel rooms and continental breakfasts; course related reading materials; scheduled cultural activities and administrative costs associated with the program. Students will also be charged an additional $825 ($275 per unit) class fee from CSU Fullerton. For an IBS Interest Packet and Price Information Contact:
International Business Seminars
Telephone: (888) 857-4831 or (480) 874-0100
Fax: (877) 398-1117
Students will enroll in Mktg599 European Travel Abroad at CSU, Fullerton and work with the Coordinator/Instructor, Dr. Irene Lange, on the course requirements. Students may choose to complete this course to satisfy one of the concentration course requirements for the MBA, MS Accountancy, MS Taxation, or MS Information program. Prior approval for enrollment is required. Students interested in enrolling Mktg599 European Travel Abroad must:
Note: MKTG 599 is not open to students on academic probation. If you are interested and plan to attend the course it is recommended that you have all the needed paperwork from CSUF completed no later than October 15 for Winter and February 21 for Summer so that appropriate prior approval can be obtained. Questions regarding travel abroad should be directed to your Graduate Advisor.