Faculty-Led Study Abroad
Walker College of Business Faculty-Led Programs
Each academic year, the Walker College of Business offers students the opportunity to study business abroad through short-term courses designed and led by Appalachian faculty. Courses range in length from 10 to 30 days and can fulfill major or elective credit for eligible students.
The 2019-20 Faculty-led Programs will take students to destinations in Asia, Europe and Latin America, with opportunities during winter, spring and summer breaks, as well as summer session one. Contact us for information on our upcoming programs.
Upcoming Faculty-Led Programs
Fri, 05/08/2020 to Sun, 05/24/2020
Sun, 05/10/2020 to Sat, 05/16/2020
Mon, 05/11/2020 to Sun, 05/24/2020
Mon, 05/11/2020 to Sat, 05/23/2020
Mon, 05/11/2020 to Wed, 05/20/2020
Fri, 05/22/2020 to Fri, 06/19/2020
Semester/Year Study Abroad
If you are interested in spending a full semester or year abroad, Appalachian has opportunities to study business in English at universities across the globe, many for the same tuition cost as a semester on campus. You can find out more about your opportunities by visiting the Office of International Education and Development website.
Steps Toward Study Abroad:
- Attend a Study Abroad 101 through the Office of International Development(OIED).
- Get a passport! Here is the Department of State webpage for application & instructions.
- Consult with your academic advisor to plan the best time to study abroad. Make an appointment.
- Narrow down your options by using the Programs By Major Resource. Or see if your dream location is a possibility using the OIED Advanced Search link. *Remember, you can also take Ged En, COB and free electives abroad, so you don't have to stick to one of the recommended programs for your major.
- Make an individual appointment with an OIED study abroad advisor.
- Check your top-choice host university website to see if the courses you need are offered in the semester you plan to study.
- Apply! This can take some time, so give yourself enough to not be stressed!
- Check visa requirements.
- Get courses pre-approved. Check the Credit and Grade Conversion webpage to see if they have your program listed. View pre-approved courses and other credit guidelines. Other courses can be taken, but will need to be approved for credit by the appropriate department chair in that discipline.
- Get packed and ready!
- Go.Learn. Explore.Grow.