|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Intersession||2017||10/17/2016 **||Rolling Admission||01/03/2017||01/15/2017|
|NOTE: Deadline extended to 10/17 for BUSN/ECON 339 only. Refund policy will follow original deadline of 9/28 regardless of when application is submitted.|
** 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.
Indicates that deadline has passed
|Language Requirement:||None||GPA:||good academic standing|
|Professor(s):||Dr. Denise Dimon, Professor Craig Barkacs, Professor Linda Barkacs||Internships:||No|
|Disciplines offered:||Business Administration (BUSN), Economics (ECON), School of Business, Undergraduate||Accomodations:||Hotel|
|Prerequisite(s):||varies||Program Advisor:||Derek Brendel - email@example.com|
|Tuition Remission Eligible Program:||Yes||Program Type:||Undergraduate|
ARGENTINA: BUENOS AIRES BUSINESS PROGRAM
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.
BUSN/ECON 339 Latin American Business EnvironmentProfessor: Dr. Denise Dimon: Bio for Dr. Dimon
BUSN 339 fulfills an elective for the Business Administration and International Business majors and minors; and an elective in the Latin American Studies Minor
ECON 339 fulfills an elective for the Economics and Business Economics Majors and Minors; and an elective in the Latin American Studies Minor
Pre-requisite(s): ECON 102
This course is designed to prepare participants to work effectively in or with Latin America organizations by providing an understanding of the issues, opportunities, and complexities associated with doing business in the region. The focus is on the cultural, historical, economic, social, political and business environments in Latin America and on the activities of companies operating in Latin America, both foreign and domestic. Successful Latin American companies competing internationally will also be an aspect of the course. Upon successful completion of the course, students will possess an awareness of the business and economic environments in Latin America, and be able to demonstrate analytical and strategic thinking skills that reflect an understanding of the competitive environment in which local and foreign companies operate in Latin America.
BUSN 377 Negotiation in a Global Business EnvironmentProfessors: Dr. Craig & Prof. Linda Barkacs
Pre-requisite(s): MATH 130 or MATH 150 or MATH 151
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.
The program cost includes 3 units of USD tuition, accommodations, international health insurance, breakfasts, company/site visits around the city and selected cultural activities. Not included in the program price are additional meals, flight tickets, ground transportation to/from Buenos Aires airport, Iguazu excursion (if available), and spending money while abroad. For a detailed description of program costs please see the Program Cost in the box at the top of this webpage. Click on the link which corresponds to the term you plan to study abroad.
All accepted program participants who withdraw from the program after the application due date are subject to the USD Intersession program refund policy. Specific details on the refund policy may be found here: Intersession 2017 Refund Policy.
VISA INFORMATIONStudents 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.