Global Supply Chain Logistics - Spain

Program Dates
Friday, October 6, 2017 to Sunday, October 15, 2017

Appalachian State University and Universidad Europea de Madrid (Valencia campus), Valencia, Spain are offering this course in the use of global technologies and small business development. The objective of this course is to develop a cross cultural skill set for improving daily communications with global counterparts in face-to-face and long-distance contexts.

For more information, please check our program website. For full description and application instructions, visit OIED's program page.

Course and Credits

SCM 3690 - Global Supply Chain Logistics - 3 credits

  • Fulfills Global Issues requirement
  • SCM major or minor required course
  • COB upper-level or free elective
  • IB major or approved elective
  • IB minor required or other elective
  • HOS elective


Billable Program Cost: $ 3850
Includes: airfare, in-country program transportation, lodging, international health and evacuation insurance, program events, selected group meals, and CCS administrative fee.

Estimated Additional Student Cost: $ 500
Estimated costs include but are not limited to: immunizations, personal expenses, and most meals.

Program Leaders

Dr. Charlie Chen
Professor, College of Business

Dr. Chen has more than 12 years of international travel and teaching experiences with student groups in China, Japan, Taiwan and Spain. He is dedicated to growing students into future global business leaders in those countries via exciting, educational, and exhilarating study abroad learning experiences. Programs led by Dr. Chen offer students a rich study abroad experience that will last a lifetime. Contact Dr. Chen for the upcoming 2016 study abroad trip to Thailand. 

Samantha Fuentes
Department Administrator, CIS & SCM Department

Samantha Fuentes is the Administrator for the CIS and Supply Chain Management Department as well as the Walker College of Business Honors Program. She grew up in a multi-lingual military family and has traveled the world. As an international Girl Scout Leader, Samantha has led trips to 8 countries. She has worked at Appalachian State for 10 years and says the best part of her job is watching students excitement while traveling and experiencing something they never thought would have been possible.

Students not eligible for this program who want to participate should contact the program leader to ask if accommodations can be made.
Eligible Groups: 
Undergraduate business majors