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Every year, 20 percent of business students study abroad*. At Oswego, there are many international opportunities for our business students. Participants can do business courses:

  • in English in English speaking countries,
  • in English in non-English speaking countries, and
  • in the host country language.

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In addition, business students have the opportunity to participate in internships while overeas. These internships are specific to their major and provide real world, hands-on experience to an already life opportunity.

Course offerings by major or minor
Below are links to our programs that offer courses in specific subject areas.  Note: While these listed are programs that offer business courses,  students are NOT limited to taking business courses while overseas.

AccountingBusiness administration
FinanceHuman resource management
International businessMarketing
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Advisement and Course Approval
If you are interested in taking business courses while abroad, it is good to start this conversation with your advisor. You may also contact a faculty liason for your major or minor department.

Students must receive approval of their courses by their respective major or minor advisor using the Course approval form (.pdf).  Non-Oswego students may use their home campus' equivalent. 

* Institute of International Education. (2013). "Fields of Study of U.S. Study Abroad Students, 2001/02-2011/12." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange