Studying abroad can be a life-changing opportunity for students. The Mike Ilitch School of Business is in the process of expanding these types of offerings.
- Brazil: March 8-20 (spring break) led by Hugo DeCampos (Brochure, Application)
- China: May 6-20 travel portion led by Sheri Perelli; May 21-June 3 course (GSC 5650 or GSC 7650) taught at Wuhan University by Tingting Yan (Brochure, Application)
- Italy: May 14-27 led by Bertie Greer (Brochure, Application)
- Central Europe: July 2-15 led by Lori Sisk (Brochure, Application)
These trips are open to all business students.
Undergraduate students majoring in global supply chain management, marketing, information systems management, and management can count the study abroad class toward their major. Other undergraduate students can count the class as an elective.
MBA students in global supply chain management, marketing, management, and international business can count the class toward their concentration. Other concentrations count as an elective.
For more information on other global programs, contact your advisor or visit the Wayne State University Office of Study Abroad and Global Programs.