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Fall 2020 Study Abroad Programs Announced

Fall 2020 Study Abroad Programs Announced

Now is the time to start planning your study abroad trip for the Fall 2020 semester. Below are two exciting opportunities for School of Business students to study in England or Germany. Scholarships are available for both programs. The Center for Global Engagement is hosting a study abroad fair on Tuesday, February 4, 11:00am-2:00pm, in the Brower Student Center lobby. This event will host a variety of faculty-led program leaders, semester program representatives, and study abroad alumni. Read more about the School of Business programs below and bring your questions to the fair on Tuesday!

Study abroad at the Foundation for International Education (FIE) in London next fall! FIE offers a business internship for all interested students. FIE offers courses that fulfil TCNJ’s liberal learning and business requirements that transfer automatically to TCNJ. Scholarships are available to students through TCNJ and FIE. The application deadline is March 6, 2020. For details, please contact the Center for Global Engagement or the Interim Dean Bozena Leven.


Liberal Learning CoursesTCNJ equivalentsDesignation
British Histor: The Making of Modern Britain from Empire to Contemporary GeopoliticsHIS 316SCHP and Global
International Diplomacy: Issues, Conventions, and PracticesPol 370BSCP, Global
British PoliticsPol 370BSCP, Global
Political Communication: Framing and Re-framing Self-Interests in the UK and AbroadPol 370BSCP, Global
The Political Economy of the EU: Brexit beyondPol 370 Global
Sporting London: Studying Identity & Culture through the Olympic GamesINT 370BSCP
Business Courses
International TradeINB 260INB 260 also LLearning BSCP, Global
Global MarketingMKT 340
Ethical Dilemmas: Business & the WorldMGT 385
Strategic Brand ManagementMKG 370Also counts for marketing majors and minors, and a breadth course in marketing for other majors in the BSBA program
Principles of MarketingMKT 201Worth .5 unit at TCNJ
Principles of  FinanceFIN 201Worth .5 unit at TCNJ


Join Marketing Professor Dr. Karen Becker in Heidelberg, Germany this fall. Students can choose classes such as Global Corporate Social Responsibility, Consumer Behavior, Art History, and Contemporary German History. Students can also participate in a specialized volunteer course working with refugee children and young adults who are in the process of seeking asylum. For more information, please visit the Center for Global Engagement website or email Professor Becker,


Liberal Learning CoursesTCNJ equivalentsDesignation
Nazi Germany (ESC)HIS 120LL Social Change in Historical Perspective, Global
Art History: Ancient to Medieval Art: Caves to Cathedrals (ESC)AAH 101LL Literary, Visual and Performing Arts
Language Courses  
German 1311

German 1312


GER 101

GER 102


German 2311

German 2312


GER 201

GER 203


European Society and Culture (SRH)GER 171 
Business Courses  
Doing Business in Europe (SRH)INB 260 
Organizational Behavior (ESC)MGT 301LL Behavioral, Social or Cultural Perspectives
Cross-Cultural Management (ESC)MGT 310LL Global, Behavioral, Social or Cultural Perspectives
Refugee CrisisMGT 370 
Entrepreneurship (SRH)MGT 381 
Business Ethics (SRH)MGT 385LL World Views & Ways of Knowing
International Marketing (ESC)MKT 370 
Consumer BehaviorMKT 365 
Global CSR– A Consulting Approach to Ethical Leadership and Social Innovation


MKT 370 
Corporate FinanceFIN 330For all Business students fulfills Business breath requirement
International FinanceFIN 340For all Business students fulfills Business breath requirement
Managerial AccountingACC 202Required for all Business majors
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