Graduate Study Abroad Opportunities

Broad Thinkers, Global Minded

Gain and enrich your global mindset and global competencies. Courses are designed to expose students to global business including economics, cultural context, competitive landscape and global marketplace.

Mexico City

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(3 semester hours credit)

This course expands students’ understanding of business operations beyond the US and helps them become global business leaders with sensitivity to and awareness of international and cross-cultural differences. Combining traditional, classroom-based learning with rigorous in-country experiential learning, the Global Focus enables students to identify business growth opportunities, as well as the challenges that these offer, in an innovative and flexible framework. The operational aspects of business functions outside the US will include analysis and a comparative review of key elements. Beyond cultural differences, the comparison will focus on the organization, management, economics, resource production, and delivery of goods and/or services.

Program Logistics
Students must register with LFGSM Registrar and travel partner WorldStrides 60 days before term begins.

There is a 15 student minimum required to conduct course. Due to enrollment requirements, LFGSM advises that students book airfare when course is confirmed. Students are responsible for booking their own airfare, processing visa applications and in-country ground transportation between airport and hotel. (WorldStrides offers optional upgrade services: visa processing, and in-country ground transportation between airport and hotel.)