Baylor in the Caribbean

Course Information

Baylor in the Caribbean

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Undergraduate and graduate students can take a maximum of six hours of coursework as part of the program. Course credit will be earned by completing the following:

  • 10 hours of pre-trip class sessions
  • The 2-week trip to Costa Rica
  • 18 hours of post-trip class instruction and written assignments

All required coursework (i.e. written projects) must be completed before the end of the first summer session.

Students are encouraged to take the maximum six hours of coursework but have the option of taking only three hours. There is a discount for students taking six hours of coursework. Students from all degree programs are welcome to apply.

Courses Offered

  • Graduate
    • BUS 5340 - Studies in the Caribbean Region
    • BUS 5v98 - Business Research in the Caribbean
  • Undergraduate
    • INB 4340 - Studies in the Caribbean Region
    • INB/ENT - 3350 International Entrepreneurship
    • ENT 4353 - Entrepreneurship in Latin America

Program Faculty

The program will be led by Les Palich, Matthew Wood, Fred Loa, and David Allen. These professors have decades of combined study abroad experience and will do everything possible to ensure a great trip experience.

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