Short-term courses of 2 weeks in length plus predeparture coursework in the B-term preceeding the 2 weeks abroad
Travel abroad in January and May/June
Taught in English
Earn up to 4 credits
Study with Carlson and international faculty
Includes topic-based seminars and Global Business Practicum courses
Topic-based seminars focus on a particular global business topic. Students are exposed to this topic through lectures, readings, and site visits.
Global Business Practicumcourses are designed around a live business question that is posed by a corporate sponsor. Carlson students work in teams with students from a partner business schoool abroad to develop recommendations to the question that are delivered to the sponsor. Components of these programs include lectures, visits, fieldwork and group work associated directly with the business project under study.
Graduate and Undergraduate opportunities
Semester and summer programs of varying lengths at partner business schools
Courses offered in English and the local language
Semester programs offer up to 16 credits
Summer programs offer 4–8 credits
Choose from a variety of courses taught by international faculty
Study with host university students and other international students