International Business Seminar in Cuba - FULL

Program Dates
Saturday, March 3, 2018 to Saturday, March 10, 2018


Students will participate in lectures at the University of Havana. These lectures will cover topics such as the history of Cuba and Cuba-US relations, the Effects of the Embargo, Sustainable Energy in Cuba, Entrepreneurship in Cuba, etc. These lectures will be linked to site visits to museums, government organizations, agricultural cooperatives, renewable energy agencies, etc. For more information and application instructions, visit OIED's Online Program Brochure.


MBA 5020 International Seminar in Cuba (3 credits)


BUS 3045-101 – Business and Society in Cuba (3 credits)


  • BUS 3045 -This 3 semester hour course can fulfill a COB upper-level or free elective, an International Business Major or Approved elective, an International Business minor Required  or Other elective and/or a Hospitality elective. This program also fulfills the Global Issues requirement.
  • MBA 5020 - This 3 semester hour course fulfills the international requirement for the MBA program and is an elective for the international business concentration.


Billable Program Cost: $3450 - Includes: In-country Program Transportation, Lodging, International Health and Evacuation Insurance, Program Events, Most Meals, and CCS Administrative Fee.

Estimated Additional Student Cost: $200.00 - Estimated costs include but are not limited to: Immunizations, Personal Expenses, Visas, and Some Meals.

Program Leaders

Dr. Rachael Shinnar
College of Business

Dr. Brian Whitaker

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
MBA students