Walton MBA: Study Abroad
The Walton College offers study abroad opportunities designed specifically for graduate students. These experiences focus on international business practices seen first-hand.
Succeeding in a Global Economy
During study abroad trips, Walton College students tour corporate and manufacturing headquarters, meet top company executives, and visit distribution centers in key international business centers.
Full time students can choose to take more traditional 3 – 6 week study abroad courses. Working professionals can opt for short-term experiences that allow you to take advantage of vacation time. Short-term study abroad programs last approximately three weeks.
- Business Seminar in Brazil (Summer I Program) Students delve into the economic, business, political, and cultural environment and trends in Brazil and are introduced to the key issues in the Brazilian/American economic and business relationship. Must have completed ECON 2013/2023 or ECON 2143 before leaving. Undergraduate and Graduate credit available.
- Business Seminar in China (Summer I Program) MBA and EMBA students investigate the economic, business, political, and cultural environment and trends in China and are introduced to the key issues in the Chinese/American economic and business relationship.
- Business Seminar in India (Spring prep class and Summer travel) Students explore the economic, business, political, and cultural environment and trends in India, as well as the economic relationship between the U.S. and India. Must interview with Dr. Vikas Anand. Undergraduate and Graduate credit available.