BUS D355 will include Kelley School of Business Indianapolis undergraduate and graduate accounting students and the curriculum will focus on emerging economies with emphasis on India (graduate accounting students will register for BUPA D590 Topics in International Business). Mission: To acquaint students with the theories, concepts, practices, and techniques in conducting business abroad. A strong emphasis on the impact of cultural, ethical, political, environmental, and other factors that affect conducting international business in emerging markets of the world. Examine the roles of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank (WB), and the World Trade Organization (WTO) and their impact on globalization issues and their effect on emerging economies such as India.
Doing Business in India
Application Opens: TBA
- Program DatesMarch 11-20, 2016
- Academic Program
BUS D355: Topics in International Business: Emerging Economies - India is open to students who meet the course prerequisites (preference given to business majors). For business students, faculty require students to complete six credit hours of international dimension. The international dimension requirement can be fulfilled in any combination of the following four ways. The requirement is 6 credit hours.
- Language courses: These courses must be at the 200 level or above in a language other than English or American Sign Language.
- International business and economics courses: Students can take BUS-D 301 The International Business Environment, BUS-D 302 International Business: Operation of International Enterprises, BUS-F 494 International Financial Management, BUS-M 401 International Marketing, ECON-E 303 International Economics, ECON-E 325 Comparative Economic Systems, ECON-E 337 Economic Development, and ECON-E 430 Introduction to International Economics.
- Overseas study: Students can participate in approved overseas study programs. Participation in non-IU programs may be possible, but students must have prior approval from the Kelley School of Business.
- International focus: Several international courses are offered in various disciplines, such as geography, history, and political science. See the Kelley School of Business Program Office in BS 3024 for a current list of approved international courses.
This is a combined graduate and undergraduate course. Some MSA graduate accounting and systems courses (e.g., A511 Intermediate Accounting II, A514 Auditing, A515 Federal Taxation, A523 Business Information Systems) may be combined with undergraduate courses when there are insufficient graduate students to create a separate graduate section of the course. In such case, MSA students must register for the graduate number of such course or the course will not count toward the 30 hours required for the MSA degree. In addition, MSA students will normally be required to complete an additional project in the course.
To meet the requirements of graduate level work, the graduate accounting students must complete an extra project with 500 points.
- Additional Information
For more information about this program, contact: Eric Raider – email@example.com
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- HousingStudents will reside in a hotel vetted and approved by Gate1 Travel. The hotel will have the daily breakfast but the tour director of the program will arrange the group lunches and dinners. The tour director will be notified of any faculty or student dietary needs. There will be two-four students of the same gender per room and each student will have their own bed.
- Program Eligibility
You may apply if you:
All applicants must meet IUPUI’s minimum standard eligibility requirements. Additional requirements for this program include:
- The program is open to all undergraduate majors. Students need to have completed ECON E201 Macroeconomics, ECON E202 Microeconomics, and BUS L203 Commercial Law, an equivalent, or by petition. Undergraduate students must have completed 60 credit hours and at the time of application, have a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA.
- This class is open to all majors on any IU campus provided they have met the requirements. However preference will be given to undergraduate Kelley School of Business Indianapolis students.
- No language requirement
- The program is open to graduate students enrolled in the graduate accounting and taxation program at the Kelley School of Business. Graduate students need to have completed ECON E201 Macroeconomics, ECON E202 Microeconomics, and BUS L203 Commercial Law, an equivalent, or by petition. Graduate students must be admitted to the Master of Science in Accounting or Master of Science in Taxation with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 at the time of application.
- For graduate students, the program is only open to students admitted into the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Master of Science in Accounting or the Master of Science in Taxation.
- No language requirement
This class is open to all undergraduate majors at the IU campuses and graduate students enrolled in the graduate accounting and taxation program at the Kelley School of Business. However preference will be given to students at the Indianapolis campus as the program was designed to fit in with their unique availability restraints.
Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant.
Students must be able to demonstrate flexibility, resilience, and self-reliance.
Complete eligibility criteria and selection criteria are outlined within the Academic Policies and Procedures of the Office of Overseas Study. Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on disciplinary probation during program period are ineligible.
- Costs and Financial Aid