Business in Europe

Course Information

Baylor Business in Europe

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Course Credit

Students will take a total of six hours during their time in Europe. All hours taken will be Baylor credit hours. Students will take one course from each of the two groups of course options.

ENT/INB Majors Junior Business Majors Senior Business Majors All Business Majors
Group 1
ENT/INB 3350
International Entrepreneurship
MGT 3325
Operations Management
BUS 4385
Strategic Management
BUS 3315
Business Communications
Plus one course from the following three options:
Group 2
INB 3333
Doing Business Across Cultures
ENT 4351
Entrepreneurship in the EU
BUS 4398
Current Business Trends in Europe

Course Credit for Entrepreneurship Majors

ENT 3350 and ENT 4351 allow entrepreneurship majors to complete one required course and one elective in their degree plan.

Course Credit for International Business Majors

INB 3350 and INB 3333 allow international business majors to complete two of the three required electives in their degree plan.

Course Credit for All Junior Business Majors

MGT 3325 and any of the courses in Group 2 allow junior business majors to complete one business core course and one upper-division business elective. (Note: To take MGT 3325, a student must have earned a grade of C or better in QBA 2302.)

Course Credit for All Senior Business Majors

BUS 4385 and any of the courses in Group 2 allow senior students to complete one business core course and one upper-division business elective. (Note: To take BUS 4385, a student must have earned a grade of C or better in FIN 3309 or 3310, MKT 3305, MGT 3305, and MGT 3325.)

Course Credit for All Business Majors

BUS 3315 and any of the courses in Group 2 allow business majors to complete one business core course and one upper-division business elective. (Note: To take BUS 3315, a student must have completed either ENG 1302 and ENG 1304 or BIC 1323 and BIC 1413.)

Faculty and Coursework

Courses will be taught by Professors David Allen, Debra Burleson, Bradley Norris, Les Palich, Mike Umble, Liz Umble and William Worthington. Class time will be spent in facilitated group discussions over course topics, on applied team development tasks and on individual project work.

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