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Study Abroad Opportunities

Upcoming Faculty-Led Programs / Business Courses Abroad

Please note that due to the nature of international travel all opportunities are subject to change at any time.

Prague, Czech Republic - Summer I 2017

Dates: May 24 - June 21

Enrollment Period: November 3, 2016 - February 17

Earn six McCoy College and/or Texas State credit hours while studying abroad in Prague, Czech Republic. The courses in this program will satisfy requirements for business majors only. 

Course offerings:

  • ECO 2310 (Principles of Economics)
  • ECO 3320 (Emerging Market Economics)
  • ECO 4395 (Independent Study in Economics)
  • FIN 3325 (Personal Financial Management)
  • FIN 4380 (Special Topics in Finance)
  • FIN 4395 (Independent Study in Finance)

For more information contact:

Dr. Jack Mogab (jm12@txstate.edu; 512.245.3249)

Dr. Janet Payne (jp40@txstate.edu; 512.245.3194)

Department of Finance and Economics

 

Barcelona, Spain - Summer I 2017

Dates: May 21 - June 21

Enrollment Period: October 15, 2016 - March 31, 2017

Earn six McCoy College and/or Texas State credit hours while studying abroad in Barcelona. The courses in this program will satisfy requirements for business majors and business minors.

Course offerings:

  • MKT 4310 (International Marketing)
  • MKT 3358 (Professional Selling)
  • MGT 3375 (International Business)
  • MGT 4335 (Strategic Management & Business Policy)
  • MGT 4330 (Production and Operations Management)
  • CIS 3380 (Enterprise Information Technology & Business Intelligence)
  • BA 4300 (Independent Study in Global Business)

For more information contact:

Dr. Vivek Shah (vs01@txstate.edu; 512.245.2049)

Department of Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Methods


Texas State Programs

Please refer to the PROGRAMS tab on the Study Abroad website for a complete listing of programs.


Studying abroad enables students to diversify their educational experience and become more marketable in a global economy.  For business students the best opportunities to study abroad exist during the sophomore and junior years while completing the general education core, business core, or any free electives.  For more information on all opportunities and the process of gaining approval to study abroad, please consult with the Office of Correspondence, Extension, and Study Abroad.  It is imperative that business students consult with their advisor early on in their time at Texas State if they are interested in study abroad. 

Tips for Planning to Studying Abroad:

Study Abroad vs. International Student Exchange: Study Abroad represents an opportunity to have a structured, safe, and simple educational experience abroad.  Study abroad programs are often led by Texas State faculty members and the courses are generally taught in English. International Student Exchange represents a longer and less structured international educational experience.  Exchange programs may take place over an entire semester or academic year where the student is actually enrolled at a foreign college or university. For a list of International Exchange Programs please visit the Study Abroad website.