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Many College of Business students have experienced international internships either through the IE3 Global Internship Program, or through connections made while studying overseas on one of the College of Business exchange programs.
Our students and recent grads have landed jobs/internships in a variety of countries including Germany, Hong Kong, Czech Republic, Japan, China, Ireland and Norway. For more information on overseas internship opportunities contact the Office of Global Opportunities or your business advisor.
Students who wish to take courses abroad as part of a short-term summer program may wish to consider attending a program offered by one of the COB exchange partner schools. Earning the International Business Option would not be available, but courses could be evaluated to potentially count towards major or bacc core requirements. See an advisor to discuss your interests and the offerings with one of these institutions or programs.
Visit the Office of Global Opportunties to learn more about campuswide options for going abroad. For these programs you may be able to receive Bacc Core, Minor or elective credits. Meet with your academic advisor to review how courses may or may not transfer into your program if you attend a school that is not part of the COB study abroad options.
The International Degree allows students to earn two degrees: A Bachelor’s degree in any business major plus a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies. This degree program immerses students in another culture through a study abroad or an internship abroad and adds a distinguishing international component to a resume.