Spring Semester 2009 - Earn 13 credits
The Multi-National E-Commerce certificate program is being offered to students in the College of Business Administration in cooperation with our Partner University Berufsakademie, Heidenheim in Germany.
The certificate requires you to complete 4 business courses that count towards your Bachelor or Master of Business Administration degree. These courses include:
You will also be assigned to international project teams and will complete a sponsored project. This project will count towards the Business Strategy class.
The approximate cost for this program is $1940 plus applicable CSU tuition. The cost may vary slightly based on exchange rates and airfare. Participants receive a scholarship of $1000 towards traveling expenses from the Nance College of Business Administration. Students should budget additional money for meals and incidentals. The price includes:
Students will stay in youth hostels while in Germany.
Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average for undergraduate students and a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average for graduate students. Undergraduates must have at least a Junior status and be eligible to take upper division business courses.
|January 2-19 in Heidenheim, Germany|
|Jan. 2||Depart Cleveland|
|Jan. 3||Arrive Heidenheim|
|Jan. 4||Sightseeing in Heidenheim|
|Jan. 5-8||Class (Heidenheim)|
|Jan. 9-11||Weekend trip to Munich|
|Jan. 12-16||Class (Heidenheim)|
|Jan. 16||Depart to Berlin|
|Jan. 17-18||Sightseeing in Berlin|
|January 26 - May 6 (Interactive Video Conference)|
Customer Relationship Management
Jan. 26 - May 6, M/W from 11:00 a.m. - 12:50 a.m.
Supply Chain Management
Jan. 27 - April 9, T/Th from 11:00 a.m. - 12:50 a.m.
|June 15-30 in Cleveland|
|June 15-18||Class (Cleveland)|
|June 19-21||Sightseeing in Cleveland|
|June 22-25||Class (Cleveland)|
|June 26-28||Free time|
|June 29||Class (Cleveland)|
|June 30||Final exam, project presentation, and awards ceremony|
Please note that the application deadline for this program was September 30, 2008. For more information, please contact contact:
Dr. Thomas W. Whipple
Global Business Center