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In these uncertain times, the Harbert College of Business is taking extraordinary steps to ensure the health and welfare of its students. As such, only two study abroad trips will be offered for this summer.
Please be on the lookout for details on offerings of a range of Study Abroad Programs in Summer 2023. We appreciate your interest and will be global again as soon as possible.
At the Harbert College of Business, we offer the opportunity to experience different business cultures, practices and standards around the world. Round out your undergraduate experience with a study abroad trip to Italy and Spain and gain a global business perspective.
Undergraduate study abroad opportunities will allow you to gain experience with a variety of contexts.
By taking the five courses offered in this 12-week program, you can complete a Business Minor and enjoy the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a cultural experience. Our Complete Business Minor Abroad program will take you to the beautiful streets of Rome, Italy, and Madrid, Spain, this Summer 2022 semester.Business Minor Details
Experience the cultures of Madrid, Spain, and Rome, Italy, with the Business Core Fast Track. During this 12-week program, you'll take six courses, both online and in the classroom, to earn credits toward your core business courses.Core Fast Track Details
Touring the area and the Panama Canal, sailing with your friends in the Caribbean on a catamaran, presentations by government officials and business executives, and free time to explore the region. All part of BUSI 3250 – Introduction to International Business (3 credit hours) – Fall Semester. BUSI 3250 counts as a general elective for most majors. It is one of the five required courses for a Business Minor.Fall Break Study Abroad Details
COVID-19 has made the idea of international travel seem far away. Let us reassure you we will provide a safe study abroad experience that will give you an edge in your future career.
Assistant Dean, Harbert Global Programs
Thomas Walter Professor