The Baylor Entrepreneurship Program places a special emphasis on international opportunities for students to gain a global understanding of entrepreneurship.
The program offers the following for-credit, international programs to aid students' understanding of cultures, markets and entrepreneurial environments:
In this five-week program, undergraduate and graduate students travel through seven countries in Europe and meet with entrepreneurs and global organizations for the purposes of understanding the opportunities and challenges of developing a global venture.
The Baylor in the Caribbean program allows graduate and undergraduate students to travel to Costa Rica and focus on the start-up and management of business enterprises.
The Social Entrepreneurship in Africa program is a 15-day summer study abroad program that challenges students to use entrepreneurial skills to address social problems in Africa.
The Immersion Into International Interdisciplinary Innovation (i5) program allows Baylor graduate and undergraduate students to travel to Shanghai to commercialize technologies for U.S. firms in China.