Study Abroad

The College of Business Summer Study Abroad Program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Students are required to be in good academic standing.

Courses listed below may be completed during the Study Abroad Program:

ENGL 3880 – Writing for Business & Industry
HDFS 4100 – Study Abroad in HDFS
HDFS 6100 – Study Abroad in HDFS
MGMT 3352 – International Business
MGMT 4242 – Organizational Behavior
MGMT 4842 – Strategic Management
MGMT 4952 – Independent Study
MGMT 6322 – International Management (Graduate)
MGMT 6500 – Independent Study (Graduate)
MGMT 6722 Strategic Managment (Graduate – Students taking this course are limited to one course.)
MGMT 6802 – Organizational Behavior (Graduate)
MIS 3063 – Introduction to Management Information Systems
MIS 4963 – Topics in Management Information Systems
MIS 6923 – Topics in Management Information Systems (Graduate)
OMGT 3123 – Operations & Supply Chain Management
OMGT 3223 – Business Decision Modeling
OMGT 6213 – Operations & Supply Chain Management (Graduate)

Summer 2018 Destination – Austria, Germany, and Switzerland
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Mandatory orientation meeting on Saturday, May 12, 2018 (all students within 500 miles of Greenville, NC must attend in person).
Classes begin stateside on Monday, May 14th through June 1st.
Travel to Europe begins on June 2nd through June 16th.
All course work must be completed by June 19th which is the final exam date for the first summer session.

Cost $4,876 (airfare is not included) – Estimated airfare is $1,454
$1,000 Scholarship available to twenty COB students who pay a minimum of $1,000 toward the trip.

Questions? For additional information, contact Dr. Tope Bello at, Dr. Joy Karriker at, or Dr. Elaine Seeman at

Hospitality Leadership and Sustainable Tourism – Summer 2018 Study in Ireland

According to the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Tourism Organization, sustainable tourism can be defined as, “Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities.”  Come with us in 2018 to explore how Ireland embodies this form of responsible tourism that is good for the environment, good for the local community, and good for the tourist.

May 12-26, 2018
6 credits available: undergraduate and or graduate
Housing: Commercial hotels, Residence Halls
Cost $3,000 plus airfare

Go to and Summer Study Abroad Option

Questions?  Contact Cynthia S. Deale at, or Robert M. O’Halloran at