This undergraduate program begins with a Summer session course which meets during the Spring. Students learn global marketplace strategy and management practices as actually applied on a day-to-day basis by companies based in Asia.
Students spend 12 days immersed in company visits with senior managers to experience the state of economic development in Asia and understand management strategies and practices used by multinational and "multi-national" firms. This real world experience is accomplished through a series of company visits, factory tours, and meetings with senior managers as well as interactive student-instructor follow-up discussions with Asian professors and students (all in English). This is the student's opportunity to fuse classroom theory and learning with the practitioners' actual techniques used to compete in the global marketplace.
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