Coggin in Germany

Program is closed!
Where:Cologne, Germany
When:

Travel occurs during the Summer A  semester (early May – early June 2013). All dates are tentative.


Depart from Jacksonville: Saturday, May 4, 2013

Classes Begin: Monday, May 6, 2013

Program Ends: Friday, May 31, 2013

Depart from Germany: Saturday, June 1, 2013

 

Tentative Program Schedule (coming soon).

Note: Required pre-departure sessions are listed below. All participants are required to attend all of these sessions as part of the XCH 4000: Study Abroad in Germany course.

Date Time Location
Saturday, November 17, 2012 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Building 42, Room 2004
Saturday, January 26, 2013 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Building 42, Room 2004
Saturday, March 09, 2013 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Building 42, Room 2004
Saturday, April 13, 2013 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Building 42, Room 2004
Capacity:16
Summary:

This 7-credit program is an excellent opportunity to experience the business and academic issues in one of the most important countries of the European Union. “Coggin in Germany” is a 4-week program at Cologne University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Germany. Classes meet four days per week (Monday – Thursday), allowing students plenty of time to explore the country on the weekends and get to know Cologne, Germany, and Europe. All classes are taught by European faculty in English. Classes will be held four or five das a week. The class schedule during the four weeks may vary, possibly including a long weekend.

Dr. Oliver Schnusenberg, who is originally from Germany, is a professor from the Coggin College and will be the UNF faculty liaison for Coggin in Germany. Dr. Schnusenberg has visited Cologne & CUAS on numerous occasions and has led multiple study abroad programs. He will meet with the students several times prior to departure to review etiquette, culture, and travel preparation. In May, Dr. Schnusenberg will also fly with the students to Germany and assist them with exploring Cologne for their first few days.

Prerequisites:
  • MAN 3025: Administrative Management  AND

EITHER

  • ECO 2023: Principles of Microeconomics OR
  • ECO 3701: Contemporary International Economic Issues
Subject:
  • European Trade: 3/4000 ECO elective - may  be used in student's degree evaluation as ECO 3704
  • European Management: 3/4000 MAN elective
  • Business Culture in Germany (1-credit course)
Open To:UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites
Credits:7 credit hours
Syllabus:Coming soon
Itinerary:
Cost:

$3,100 (plus the cost of 7 hours UNF tuition)

1st Payment: $500 due by November 1, 2011
2nd Payment: $2,600 due by February 1, 2012

Double Discount! If you are interested in pairing a Summer A & B program, you can earn more academic credit, stay abroad longer, and receive a discounted price for the second program (approximately $1,000 off)! There are two weeks in between Summer A and B, and all additional travel, insurance, and living expenses are the responsibility of the student. Ask the Study Abroad Advisor for more details.

Application:Review and download application materials.

Note: Interview required prior to acceptance. After a complete application is submitted to Coggin Study Abroad, Dr. Schnusenberg will contact students to set up an interview time. Charges will not be posted to student accounts unless students are officially accepted after their Coggin in Germany interview. 
More Information:
Contact:Dr. Oliver Schnusenberg
Bldg 42, Rm 3228
Coggin College of Business
University of North Florida
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