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Study Abroad in Paris - American Business School: Courses

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All courses are taught in English. You can choose one or two courses from those listed below.

Students should consult with their university advisors prior to participating in the program to have their course credit pre-approved. Recommended credits are shown in parentheses.

Session 1 (May 16 - June 24)

MKTG 411 (3) | European Marketing

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FREN 113 (3) | French Language and Culture

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MGMT 180 (3) | International Business

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MGMT 310 (3) | Project Management

Project Management examines the organization, planning, and control of projects and provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources. Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques, and resource allocation decisions. Concepts are applied through team projects and tutorials using project management software.

SOCG 100 (3) | Intercultural Studies

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MGMT 403 (3) | Sustainable Business

A changing mindset from short-term to long-term is starting to take hold in the business world. A changing mentality among business leaders and consumers is shaping the way that companies interact with their communities, their environment, their employees, their customers, and all their other stakeholders. Companies can no longer simply focus on the one bottom line but must expand their vision to consider the implications of climate change, shifts in commodity demand and supply, including labor, and much more.

Session 2 (May 30 – July 8)

MGMT 400 (3) | European Management


MKTG 400 (3) | Creating and Developing Luxury Brands

The latest theories and cutting-edge thinking are introduced with interactivity to enable students to work with real issues faced by today’s leading as well as niche high luxury brands. Workshop sessions will follow lecture sessions. Groups will at times be required to prepare workshop analysis in advance. Videos and video interviews will be provided to reinforce lessons learned.

MKTG 240 (3) | Consumer Behavior

Explores the history and development of consumer behavior from the post WWII era to the present day, differentiating the methods, structures and implications of each and the effects in all aspects of contemporary life; mainly economics and sociology. Provides students with a working knowledge of the methods, tools and objects of both pre-and post-internet marketing practice and the growing impact of globalization.

POLS 211 (3) | European and International Relations

This course is a deeper look into international relations, especially as they relate to recent and current European strategies. Europe is a volatile conglomeration of states with different histories, languages, and cultures, often with past conflicts between the states. Today it tries to talk with one voice, economically and politically, sometimes with, and sometimes without success. This class creates discussion about the current state of Europe and its relationship with global states and global powers.

MGMT 215 (3) | Organizational Behavior

The corporation was once completely focused on economics, finance and accounting. In today’s ultra-competitive and demanding economy, the business climate can no longer rely on the sale of a simply efficient service or trustworthy product to guarantee profit and turnover. Technology, transport, free-trade, outsourcing and offshoring are some of the revolutionary business forces which have transformed the corporate community into an interconnected local village. Borders, countries, languages, philosophies unite to expand the culture of a company across oceans of market share and centuries of geo-political lifestyle. Today organizational behavior and modern management theory have opened us to an entirely new vision of the workplace offering valuable guidelines into the heart of a business, and its most valuable asset: human beings.

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