On this program, offered in collaboration with the Université d'Angers, students will take classes with Angers business students and learn international business skills, International Human Resource Management and International Brand Management in particular, while experiencing French culture and language. Excursions include visits to landmarks in Angers, the Loire valley and Paris. The program starts and ends in the trains station in Angers, France.
Please contact the program leader to be placed on their interest list. And check out the vlog one of our 2019 students, Brett Ellison, made about Angers!
U: BUS 3045 Introduction to French Culture for Business Students - 3 credits (Pre-reqs: 54 earned hours)
U: MGT 3045-145 International Human Resource Management Seminar Abroad - Angers (Pre-reqs: 54 earned hours)
U: MKT 3540 New Product Development & International Brand Management - 3 credits (Pre-reqs: 54 earned hours & MKT 3050)
Credits (6-9 credit hours)
Credits: All three courses count as IB electives (major, approved, required or other), COB electives or upper level electives and fulfill the Global Issues requirement. MKT 3540 fulfills a marketing elective (Sales, General or Digital) and can fulfill the Advanced Entrepreneurship experiential elective. MGT 3045 is a General Management Elective and an HR minor elective
See above for pre-reqs for each course. Students without pre-reqs or who do not have the minimum hour requirement cannot take this course at the noted level and should inform the program leader of this situation before applying.
Billable Program Cost: $2,999 (estimate) Includes: In-country Program Transportation, Lodging, International Health and Evacuation Insurance, Program Events, Some Meals, and CCS Administrative Fee. (This price is an estimate and may change due to COVID-19 protocols.)
Estimated Additional Student Cost: $2,940.00 Estimated costs include but are not limited to: Summer Tuition, Airfare, Train fare to and from Angers, Personal Expenses, and most meals.
Ms. Lynn McNeil
College of Business
Ms. Meredith Church Pipes
College of Business