IBUS 3004: International Internship: Personal and Professional Development in the Global Workplace

1 CreditOnline Available

This course offers the opportunity for students to observe and explore the business culture of your host country through their full-time internship placement. Students will develop intercultural communication and leadership skills through observation and structured reflection. Students in this course are participating on a Carlson education abroad program where they intern with a company, organization, or government agency related to their academic discipline of interest (e.g. marketing, finance, human resources, supply chain, MIS, etc.). Students intern at their placement about 40 hours per week for 8 weeks. prereq: Acceptance in Business Internship Program through the Carlson Global Institute

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