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  • Locations: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Program Terms: Intersession, Program Cost
  • PROGRAM COST: Program Cost
  • To open an application, contact Study Abroad Program Advisor (see box below for contact information)
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Intersession 2018 09/27/2017
Rolling Admission 01/04/2018 01/20/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.

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Fact Sheet:
Language Requirement: None GPA: good academic standing
Professor(s): Dr. Stephen Conroy, Professor Craig Barkacs, Professor Linda Barkacs Internships: No
Disciplines offered: Business Administration (BUSN), International Business, Management (MGMT), School of Business, Undergraduate Accomodations: Hotel
Prerequisite(s): varies Program Advisor: Derek Brendel -
Tuition Remission Eligible Program: Yes Program Type: Undergraduate
Program Description:

    Buenos Aires




To open an application, contact Derek Brendel (



Buenos Aires (pop. 13 million) is well-known for its cultural diversity and dynamic atmosphere, making it one of South America's most elegant and vibrant cities.  The city's history revolves around the Western European immigrants whose descendants have preserved their influences since the 19th century by way of architecture, art, and style.  Buenos Aires has also adopted some more modern architectural styles, which provide a notable contrast to the city's deep-rooted traditions and history.


MGMT 414 International Management Consulting

Professor: Dr. Steve Conroy
Fulfills: An elective for the Business Administration and International Business majors and minors; and an elective in the Management Minor
Pre-requisite(s): FINA 300 and MGMT 300 and MKTG 300 and (MATH 130 or MATH 150 or MATH 151)

This management consulting project-based course will provide participants with instruction and practical experience in conducting a consulting project with an international approach. Students work in teams to design and develop solutions to a business problem or strategic initiatives for a company. You will learn and demonstrate your ability to formulate a statement of work, establish goals and milestones, prepare a schedule of deliverables, allocate responsibilities to team members, and interact with your client. The course is a combination of class sessions, instructor-individual team conferences, student team meetings, research, team-client meetings, report writing, and presentation of consulting activity/project results.

BUSN 377 Negotiation in a Global Business Environment

Professors: Dr. Craig Barkacs & Dr. Linda Barkacs
Fulfills: An elective for both the International Business major and the minor and the minors in Entrepreneurship and Law & Ethics program. It also fulfills a requirement for option 2 of the Accounting major and the Accounting and Supply Chain combination
Pre-requisite(s): MATH 130 or MATH 150 or MATH 151, must have completed 60 units

In an increasingly interdependent world, the ability to negotiate with people with diverse socio-cultural backgrounds and in different regions of the world is crucial for managers and leaders. This course offers skills and knowledge for becoming an effective negotiator through lecture, class discussion, and experimental exercises. This course includes several negotiation simulations and exercises that incorporate cross-cultural and international components.


Students are housed at a centrally located hotel and share rooms based upon double occupancy. Breakfast is included at the hotel. Independent housing is not available for this program.


For a detailed description of program costs please see the Program Cost link in the box at the top of this webpage. 


Students traveling with a valid US passport do not require a visa to travel to this program destination.  It is the responsibility of non-US passport holders to research if a visa is required to enter the program country/countries.  If a visa is required, students should apply immediately-- students are solely responsible for obtaining their own visas.  Failure to obtain a required visa will impact students' ability to enter the country and will thus impact their ability to participate in the program.  Students who withdraw from a program because they were not able to get a visa (or if their visa is denied) are held to the refund policy, no exceptions. Please note that all passports should be valid for at least six months beyond the period of stay.

Students traveling on a non-US passport should check if they require a visa. If so, students should consult the Consulate of Argentina for appropriate application instructions.

To open an application, contact Study Abroad Program Advisor (see box below for contact information)