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Brazil: Semester in Brazil
  • Spend a semester at one of three universities situated in attractive and culturally rich environments in Brazil
  • Students from all fields and levels are eligible to apply for this program
  • Courses offered: Various
Brazil: Supply Chain Management
  • Spring Break: March 7 - 20, 2018
  • This program travels during Spring Break to Rio de Jaineiro, Sao Paulo, and Manaus, Brazil.
  • Learn about this resource-rich country and the sustainabilty in global supply chain management. 
  • This program is open to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Students are able to take 3 credits in various Business Courses.
  • Program Application
  • Program Overview
  • Program Syllabus


Canada: Global Business Experience
  • Summer Break: May 15 - 24, 2018
  • This is a ten day summer break program that travels to Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, and Hamilton, Canada. 
  • Students will learn about leading Canadian companies and industries. 
  • This program is open to both undergraduates and graduates. 
  • Courses available: Directed Study in Management or MBA concentration (3 credits)
  • Program Application
Canada: University of Windsor Exchange
  • Students may take courses for one semester or a full year
  • Students may take courses in various subjects that are not offered at WSU
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students are eligible to apply
  • Semester Course Listing
  • Program Application
Cuba: Anthropology in Santiago de Cuba & Havana
  • Students travel to Cuba for a three week program in Summer 2015
  • The program focuses on cultural, historical and social realities of this Caribbean country
  • The program is open to WSU and non-WSU undergraduates and graduates
  • Course Offered: ANT 3550 (FC) and/or ANT 6290
  • Program Overview
  • Program Application
Mexican Culture and Politics: An Applied Field Research Course
  • Student will take a 3 credit PS 5999: Special Topics: Mexico/Applied Field Research
  • Participants will be traveling to Mexico City and Oaxaca.
  • The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • The course design combines intensive study of Mexican history and politics with instruction in qualitative field research methods. 
  • Program Application
  • Program Overview