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CSUF: Business Honors Winter Session in Europe
London, United Kingdom; Paris, France; Rome, Italy (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Winter Session
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Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Winter Session 2019 09/14/2018 09/17/2018 01/03/2019 01/17/2019
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CSUF Department/Faculty-Led Housing Options: Hotels
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Areas of Study:
Business
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Language of Instruction:
English
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College:
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics
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CSUF Faculty:
Mead, R.
Program Description:
Program Description:

 CSUF: Business Honors in Europe, Winter Session 2019
     
Overview

Students will explore topics related to International Economics, supported by local program partners in London, Paris and Rome!

Program Dates:  January 3-17, 2019


Course and Faculty


Course
ECON 335: International Economics

Course Objective 

International Economics looks at the general theory, practice and institutions of the international economy, discussing topics such as international trade and investment, balance of payments, foreign exchange rates, multi-national enterprise, and international economic policy. Using a study abroad experience in Europe, this particular class is designed to help students become especially familiar with the various economic aspects of the European Union.

The coursework will combine lectures from Dr. Lorenzo Bizzi with programming and site visits related to course themes. Students are expected to gain a broad understanding of international economics, as well as a solid understanding of the complex economic, cultural, and strategic relationships among the three host countries, the European Union and Eurozone, and the United States.

All course-related discussions will be conducted in English.

There will not be a standard textbook for the class. However, readings associated with various topics will be assigned and access will be made available via Titanium.

Because this course involves international travel, there will be required pre-travel elements. Such elements will include orientations on international travel requirements and some cultural awareness.


Exams
Quizzes and exams must be completed as scheduled. Due to the nature of this course, make-up exams are not given.


MCBE Honors Point Allocation

Instructor Classroom Management Procedures
Because they are such an important part of the experience and course, lectures and site visits are mandatory. Active, consistent participation is required for success in this course. Five points will be deducted for each absence or tardy (more than 15 minutes) to lectures or site visits.

Faculty

 

Dr. Lorenzo Bizzi
Dr. Lorenzo Bizzi
Management Professor
Ph. D., Université de Montreal
 

Housing


Housing information to be provided


Costs & Financial Aid


Costs
Program Fee - TBD Tentative and Subject to change
Program fee includes round-trip international airfare, transportation between cities in Europe, lodging (double or triple occupancy hotel rooms), breakfasts, and course-related activities. Foreign Travel Health Insurance coverage is provided by CSUF for the duration of your travel abroad. 


Additional Costs Not included in the Program Fee  


Financial Aid
There are many opportunities for CSUF students to study abroad and continue to receive financial aid. Click here to learn more about financial aid for study abroad.

 


Passport & Visa


You must have a valid passport for at least six (6) months after the date of international departure.  U.S. passport applications can be obtained at any major post office. See here for more information.  This process usually takes about 4-6 weeks, so plan early to apply for a new or renewed passport.

U.S. passport holders do no require a tourist visa to enter countries in the Schengen Area for up to 90 days.  Find visa and entry information here: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/go/schengen-fact-sheet.html 

Non-US passport holders should inquire about visa requirements for their country of origin.  Contact the embassy of the country where you plan to spend the majority of your time to apply for a visa. 


Application & Deadlines


Eligibility

  • Student must have completed Economics 201.
  • Good academic standing
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 is strongly recommended to participate in this course
  • Valid passport and visa (if applicable); see above section
  • Completed online program application


Deadlines and Important Dates

May 30, 2018 Early Bird Application Deadline 
June 4, 2018 Early Bird Application Status Notification 
June 11, 2018 Early Bird Commitment Deadline
Sept. 14, 2018 
                              
Regular Decision Online Application Due
Sept. 17, 2018 Application Status Notification
 
Sept. 24, 2018 Student Commitment Deadline
 
TBD Payments 

Contact Us
Programming-related Questions (e.g. payments, enrollment, etc.): Abigail Segura, Study Abroad Program Coordinator - absegura@fullerton.edu
Course-related Questions: mihayloglobal@fullerton.edu
Application and Online Forms: sabroad@fullerton.edu



 


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