2018-2019 Trips | LSU Office of Business Student Success

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Ye-Sho Chen
Professor, Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems
Professor, Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute
Professor, Energy Program
International Experience Director, Office of Business Student Success
Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems
3027 Business Education Complex East
501 South Quad Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Telephone: 225-578-2510
Fax: 225-578-2511

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Christie A. Englade
Academic Services Academic Counselor 2, Office of Business Student Success
Office of Business Student Success
2000 Business Education Complex East
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Telephone: 225-578-3211
Fax: 225-578-5256

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2018-2019 Trips 

Department of Accounting

MAcc - Master of Accountancy

Dates: March 2019
Location: Costa Rica
Faculty Host: Laura Wiley
 

International Business Seminars

The Executive Experience Abroad: Travel the world, learn from global business leaders, and earn university credit while gaining a competitive advantage for your career.


Winter One Europe Seminar

Dates: December 26, 2018 to January 10, 2019
Locations: London, United Kingdom; Paris, France; Heidelberg, Germany and The Hague, The Netherlands. Visit four countries in 16 days!
Faculty Host: Joni Catanzaro

The Winter One Europe Seminar is perfect for undergraduate and graduate students who are looking to gain international experience while setting themselves apart in the workforce after graduation. Students will learn about the culture, customs, and international business practices in a variety of European cities. Most importantly, students will observe how business practices differentiate between each country visited and the United States.


Winter Two Europe Seminar

Dates: December 26, 2018 to January 5, 2019
Locations: London, United Kingdom, and Paris, France in 10 days!
Faculty Host: Joni Catanzaro 

The Winter Two Europe Seminar is a condensed version of our Winter One Europe Seminar. This seminar is perfect for undergraduate students who want to expand their international business education but might have time constraints during their winter break or are uneasy about studying abroad for a longer period of time. Students will learn about the culture, customs, and international business practices in London, UK and France. Most importantly, students will observe the differences between each country visited and the United States.


Winter Southeast Asia Seminar

Dates: December 30, 2018 to January 11, 2019
Locations: Experience Bangkok, Thailand, and Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam in 13 days!
Faculty Host: Joni Catanzaro 

The Winter Southeast Asia Seminar provides unique opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students looking to expand their international business education outside of the traditional classroom. While traveling abroad, students will learn about Thai and Vietnamese culture, history, customs, politics, and international business practices. Most importantly, students will observe how these business practices differentiate from the United States.

Summer Europe Seminar 

Dates: May 14 to June 5, 2019
Location: Munich, Germany; Innsbruck, Austria; Verona, Italy; Lausanne, Switzerland; Paris, France; London, United Kingdom 
Faculty Host: Joni Catanzaro 

The Summer Europe Seminar is perfect for undergraduate and graduate students who are looking to gain international experience while setting themselves apart in the workforce after graduation. Students will learn about the culture, customs, and international business practices used in a variety of European cities. Most importantly, students will observe how business practices differentiate between each country visited and the United States.

Summer China Seminar 

Dates: June 1 to June 12, 2019 
Locations: Beijing and Shanghai, China
Faculty Host: Joni Catanzaro 

The Summer China Seminar is packed with incredible opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students looking to expand their international business education outside of the traditional classroom. While traveling abroad, students will learn about Chinese culture, history, customs, politics, and international business practices. Most importantly, students will observe how these business practices differentiate from the United States.

LSU in the Heart of Europe

Dates: May 24, 2019 to June 23, 2019
Locations: Locations: Prague, Czech Republic; Leipzig and Berlin, Germany; Warsaw and Cracow, Poland. Program starts in Prague on May 24 and ends in Cracow on June 23, 2019.
Faculty Host: Ye- Sho Chen

Cost: $3,450 program fee (includes breakfast) plus tuition, airfare, and incidental expenses (including lunch and dinner)
Courses: Choosing one of the following three options

  • Option 1: Taking two business courses below
    • ISDS 4160: Sourcing in China – The Belt and Road Initiative in the Heart of Europe
    • GBUS 3999 (or ISDS 3070): Doing Business in the Heart of Europe
  • Option 2: Taking two non-business courses below
    • General Ed – Humanity
      • ENGL 2123: The Machine in Modern Art & Literature
      • ENGL 2231: Central European Cinema
    • General Ed – Arts
      • MUS 1751: Music Appreciation
    • Electives
      • HIST 2126: European Cities Since 1500
      • HIST 4092: Independent Study
      • HIST 4196: The Revolution of 1989
  • Option 3: Any business course (ISDS 4160, GBUS 3999, or ISDS 3070) plus independent study in history (HIST4092)

 

Flores MBA Program

Dates: December 2018 to January 2019 
Locations: Mexico City and Silicon Valley
Faculty Host: Dana Hart

Dates: April 2019 (Spring Break)
Locations: Shanghai and Beijing, China
Faculty Host:  Ye-Sho Chen

Dates: January 2019
Location: Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China
Faculty Host: TBA

Dates: October 2019
Location: Ireland and Czech Republic
Faculty Host: TBA