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Study Abroad: Peru (Management)

MANA 40223
Lima, Cuzco, Agua Calientes, Machu Picchu
March 9-17, 2018
Dr. Hettie Richardson

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With a rapidly growing and business-friendly economy, Peru is an ideal setting to learn about international business and globalization, international strategy, human resource management and organizational behavior. Discover how decisions about entering and competing in a foreign market are shaped by cultural, political, legal and competitive factors. See how leaders and managers behave in different cultures and how management practices are adapted to fit local conditions. By exploring the role of tourism in the Peruvian economy, you will gain an understanding of how values-centered enterprises can benefit local communities, contribute to conservation, and respect traditional culture and social structures.
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Prerequisites: This trip is part of the spring semester class MANA 40223 for 3 credit hours. Registration is through TCU class registration with special permission from Dr. Richardson. The course tuition is part of the spring tuition. The program fee will appear as part of spring tuition. The class meets for eight weeks on campus, then travels to Peru over Spring Break. There are no more classes after Spring Break. This course is only available to TCU business majors who completed MANA 30153 with a grade of C or better and have an overall GPA of 2.8 or higher.
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Fees: Cost is $2,350 and includes accommodations, breakfasts, welcome dinner, farewell dinner, airfare between Lima and Cuzco, train and bus travel, tour/entrance/guide fees. Not included: TCU tuition, airfare to and from Peru, passport or visa, some meals, optional tours, personal spending money. Full payment is due in January.

Class Limit: For an optimal experience, class is limited to the first 12 students approved by the faculty.

Registration

This trip is part of the spring semester class MANA 40223 for 3 credit hours.
Registration is through TCU class registration with special permission from Dr. Richardson.