The University of Arkansas is holding an information session regarding the International Business in China Study Abroad Program Summer 2017.
The session is scheduled for 5-6 p.m. today,
Nov. 3. All those interested in attending to learn more about
the program are welcome to attend.
Students who participate in the program will receive six hours of either upper or lower-level business credit. The program can
be applied to a variety of degree plans -- including non-business degrees -- so
the university has encouraged all students to inquire about the program.
Graduate students will also be able to earn credits.
John Aloysius, who is the Sam M. Walton College of Business
supply chain management faculty, is the leader of the program and plans on
attending the meeting to answer questions and provide information. Also in
attendance will be Kennedy Hogle, the student assistant, to provide information
from a student’s point of view.
Students who participate in the program will experience
China’s culture, business practices and political environment. The program
is scheduled to take place over the span of three weeks, beginning on May 14,
2017, and ending on June 4.
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