Expand Your Horizons
At Katz, students have the opportunity to engage global business issues throughout the curriculum. Whether it is in International Financial Management, Markets and Trading, Global Macroeconomics or Global Supply Chain Management, our faculty will challenge you to explore key issues affecting global business throughout your Katz experience.
Additionally, well-designed and highly focused short-term global experience-based learning (EBL) is meaningful and results in gaining valuable transferable skills, such as critical thinking, leadership, flexibility, and global mindset. Katz students have the opportunity to gain these skills through impactful global experience-based learning opportunities offered by Katz. There are three Katz global EBL flagship programs. Additionally, students have access to Katz partnership programs and university wide study abroad opportunities on an individual basis.
Global Research Practicum
Gain exposure to international business and current issues affecting the global marketplace through our Global Research Practicum, a three-credit course with a study abroad component. Recent programs have traveled to the United Kingdom, Ireland, India, Singapore, Japan, Mexico, Chile and Argentina.
Global Issues Workshops
Conduct in-depth international business research here and travel abroad to conduct field research and meet with industry and organization experts through one of Katz's Global Issues Workshops.
Global Consulting Projects
In a Global Consulting Project, a team of Katz students travel abroad to one or more international locations to provide actionable recommendations for a concrete and specific international organizational challenge. Projects have traveled to Mexico, Belgium, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Incorporate short-term study abroad as part of your MBA experience by participating in one of our partnerships with various international programs. Opportunities available in France and Germany.