JAPAN: INSTITUTIONS AND ENTPRENEURSHIP
EPS 7538 Japan: Institutions and Entrepreneurship
3 elective credits (elective abroad)
Program fee is paid to Glavin Office program fee includes: accommodations, breakfast, ground transportation, program planned meals and cultural excursions. Not included: tuition, international flight, single supplement (fee: $1,100 - NOTE: limited singles available, additional singles may be available at a higher rate), visa costs, additional meals and personal expenses.
This course is built on two major themes:
1. Institutions Business and Society
Provide students a chance to experience, and have an in-depth look at Japanese business and society how institutions (i.e., formal and informal rules of the game) shape/govern business and society.
2. Entrepreneurship and Opportunity
Encourage students to practice Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (ET&A) within the institutional (e.g., social, political, cultural) environment in Japan.
The entire course is designed on the concept of interactive learning through site visits (e.g., company visits including offices and manufacturing facilities, guest speakers), cultural-experience mini projects, and individual/group research.
Course Level:Graduate Elective (Grad)