Students will take a total of six hours during their stay in Europe. All hours taken will be
Baylor credit hours. Students will take one of the options listed below:
- Option A: ENT 3350 (International Ent.) and ENT 4351 (Ent. in the EU)
- Option B: INB 3350 (International Ent.) and INB 3333 (Doing Business in Different Cultures)
- Option C: MGT 3325 (Operations Mgmt.) and INB 3333 (Doing Business in Different Cultures)
- Option D: BUS 4385 (Strategic Mgmt.) and
ENT 4351 (Ent. in the EU) (OR) INB 3333 (Doing Business in Different Cultures)
Course Credit for Entrepreneurship and International Business Majors
Options A and B allow entrepreneurship and international business students to complete one required course and one elective in their majors.
Course Credit for Other Business School Majors
Option C allows all business majors to complete one business core course and one upper-division business elective.
Option D allows senior students to complete one business core course and one upper-division business elective. (Note: To take BUS 4385, a student must have completed all prerequisites for the course before the start of Summer 2014.)
For other fields of study outside the Business School:
Other substitutions are available in most departments.
Faculty and Coursework
Courses will be taught by professors Les Palich, Bill Worthington, and Dan Parris. Class time will be spent in facilitated group discussion over course topics, on applied team development tasks and on individual project work.