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.