Welcome to #COGGINABROAD faculty-led programs! Our faculty-led programs enable students to travel abroad as a part of a 3 credit hour Business course, combining business material and intercultural learning for an incredible academic experience. Our video below shows some highlights from the programs from 2017, and our tabs below show information on how to apply and how these programs work. Enjoy exploring, and be sure to contact study abroad advisor Erika Gallion with any questions you may have. Applications for Spring 2018 programs will open on August 28, 2017.

 

     
 
 

Application Process includes the following: 

  1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies;
  2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs;
  3. Download the Use of Credits Form from your program's specific web page (available August 28, 2017);
  4. Meet with an academic advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form. To see how credits may be used, refer to our Master Use of Credits Form
  5. Log on to myWings to complete the Faculty Led Study Abroad Application (see user guide). This is where you will upload documents from steps 2 & 3. 
  • Passport Info: If you already have a valid passport, upload it to your online application when you are prompted to do so AFTER the online application has been submitted. If you do not yet have a passport, upload proof of passport application & submission receipt by December 1 Please plan ahead! Passport processing may take several weeks. Remember, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the return date of your study abroad program.
  • Payment Info: Once your application is submitted, and you have been approved through your study abroad interview (if required), the short-term study abroad program fee will be posted to your UNF account in myWings. You will have two charges for your study abroad program: the first payment of $500 is due by December 1, 2017. The second payment for the remainder of the program fee is due by February 9, 2018. The first $500 charge becomes non-refundable after 5 business days of your acceptance to the program. After December 1, 2017, the remaining balance of the study abroad program becomes non-refunable. Students will receive a hold if payments are not received by the deadlines, regardless of whether financial aid has been disbursed. Please refer to the Faculty-Led Policies for detailed cancellation policies.

         FACULTY-LED Study Abroad Cancellation Chart

Am I still responsible for these

payments if I cancel...

 Within 5 Businss 

Days of Applying? 

 Before December 1? 

 After December 1?

1st Payment = $500

(due December 1, 2017)

 No

 Yes!

Yes! 

2nd Payment = Remaining Balance

(due February 9, 2018)

 No

 No

Yes!


When do applications open? Applications will be available via MyWings starting at 9:00AM on Monday August 28, 2017 Collapsed

Austria & The Czech Republic Faculty Led

 

austria 2  

 

 

Where   Vienna and Salzburg, Austria and Prague, Czech Republic
     
When   

Class meeting times are REQUIRED for a successful grade in this course. Please see below the scheduled class meeting times for Austria and the Czech Republic, and note that there are multiple meetings before the Spring Break travel along with one post-travel meeting in April:

 

Friday, January 26, 2018: 4:00PM-7:00PM

Saturday, January 27, 2018: 10:00AM-5:00PM

Saturday, March 3, 2018: 9:00AM-5:00PM

Saturday, April 14, 2018: 10:00AM-2:00PM

 

Travel occurs during UNF Spring Break; March 16, 2018- March 25, 2018 
 

Capacity      40
 

Summary   This course will offer an overview and comparison of contemporary Czech and Austrian society. The focus will be on the business practices in both countries, with a particular emphasis on comparative management practices. During this course, the student will: understand the culture, geography, history and politics of both the Czech Republic and Austria. Site visits will be made to a number of business organizations and governmental institutions in and around Prague, Vienna, and Salzburg thereby allowing students to actively learn about General Management practices in both destinations. Vienna, Salzburg, and Prague were chosen because they are both the cultural and financial centers of both their respective countries. The Czech Republic and Austria also provide a unique opportunity to study the impact of communism vs. capitalism on culture and business practices.
 

Prerequisites   
MAN3025: Administrative Management OR permission of instructor

*You must have taken MAN3025 before the spring 2018 semester. If you are taking this course in the fall semester, know that you must pass the course in order to register/participate in the Austria & Czech Republic class and study abroad. IF you are unable to take MAN3025, you must have written confirmation from Dr. Fadil that you are permitted to take the Austria & Czech Republic course.

 

 

Subject   European/Comparative Management 

Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 

Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits
Syllabus    Austria 2018 syllabus 


Itinerary     Austria Itinerary 2018


Cost   
 
$3,400 (+ 3 credit hours of UNF Spring 2018 tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • In-country transportation (travel via public transportation)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  • Some meals
  • Ticket/admission into any attraction shown on the itinerary
 
Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center 

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for Austria & The Czech Republic

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form 

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

 

More Information    No interview required


Contact  

Dr. Paul Fadil, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Office 3015

 

Dean Mark Dawkins, Faculty Co-Leader

Coggin College of Business (42)

 

Dr. Nilufer Ozdemir, Faculty Co-Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Office 3205

 

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125 


 

     

Chile and Argentina Faculty Led

 

 Chile Argentina
 


Where   Santiago, San Pedro de Atacama (Chile); Mendoza (Argentina)
     
When   

Participation and attendance at ALL class meetings for the Chile/Argentina course is required for a successful grade in the study abroad course. Please see below the class meeting dates and times, and note that there are multiple meetings before the Spring Break travel and one meeting that occurs post-travel:

 

Friday, January 26, 2018: 10:00AM-12:00PM

Friday, February 9, 2018: 10:00AM-12:30PM

Friday, February 16, 2018: 10:00AM-2:30PM

Friday, March 2, 2018: 10:00AM-2:30PM

Friday, March 9, 2018: 10:00AM-12:00PM

Friday, April 20, 2018: 10:00AM-2:30PM

 

Travel occurs during UNF Spring Break: March 16, 2018- March 25, 2018 

 

 

Capacity      20
 


Summary  

In the course, students will learn about two key economic activities for southern South America: the mine industry and wine industry in Chile and Argentina. This cross-county comparison will include business visits  and classroom visits to mines in Florida and Chile, and to vineyards/wineries in Chile and Argentina. 

Students will gain a first-hand understanding of these two economic activities and will have a three-country comparison on which to draw on.

The theme of this course will be sustainable business practices, delving into the question: How do successful companies balance the triple bottom line (economic, social and environmental goals)?

Students will also increase their environmental awareness by learning about the importance of climate, topography, access to water, mine deposits and extraction, grape varieties, the wine making process, regulations and incentives, worker conditions, and the exporting of the final product.

 

Prerequisites   
None! Experience in Economics/Geography preferred 

 

 

Subject  

ECO/GEO4956: Economics OR Geography (participants can choose to take the course as either an Economics course or Geography course)

Sustainability in Mines and Wines

 

 

Open To   UNF undergraduate students 


Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits

 

Syllabus   Coming soon!     

Itinerary    Coming soon!

Cost   
$3,300 (+3 credit hour Spring 2018 UNF tuition). Includes
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for 10 days)
  • International Health Insurance with GeoBlue
  • In-country transportation (public transportation)
  • Some meals
  • Admission/tickets into any of the areas indicated on the itinerary
   

 

Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center 

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for Chile & Argentina 

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form  

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

*No charges will be posted to your student account until after you have conducted the interview and been accepted by the Chile/Argentina interview committee. 

More Information    Interviews required



Contact  

Dr. Chris Baynard, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business, Room 3230

 

Dr. Chiradip Chatterjee, Faculty Co-Leader

Coggin College of Business


Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Room 2125 

     

China (undergraduate)

 Beijing 

 

Where   The cities of Beijing and Chengdu in China
     
When   

Attendance and participation in all of the class meetings for the China study abroad course are required for a successful overall grade in the course. Please note that the China study abroad course has multiple meetings before the travel portion of the course along with one post-travel meeting upon the program's return:

 

Friday, January 26, 2018: 1:00PM-4:00PM

Friday, February 9, 2018: 1:00PM-4:00PM

Friday, February 23, 2018: 1:00PM-4:00PM

Friday, March 9, 2018: 1:00PM-4:00PM

Friday, April 13, 2018: 1:00PM-4:00PM

Friday, May 11, 2018: 11:00AM-4:00PM

 

 Travel occurs over May Break/intersession between the spring and summer A semesters;April 28, 2018 - May 7, 2018 

 

 

Capacity      20


Summary    This study abroad course with a trip to China takes students to the specific political and economic settings of China to learn about specific economic issues related to and social problems emerged from the rapid urbanization and the growing urban-rural disparity in China. Specifically, students will learn about the phenomenon of a large scale domestic labor migration driven by the polarizing imbalance of economic opportunities, and its impact on health, education, and social development of children who were left behind by parents. The course offer students a framework with rich contextual factors to evaluate economic and labor policies related to urbanization and related issues. The participants will travel to megacities including Beijing and Chengdu, and a rural town in Sichuan province to observe the urban-rural contrast. During the visit to the rural site, the participants will have the opportunity to interact with school children and provide some volunteer work (e.g. foreign language instruction). Participants have opportunities to meet with faculty and students in Beijing International Studies University (Beijing) and Southwest University for Nationalities (Chengdu, Sichuan) to share viewpoints and observations during the trip.  


Prerequisites   
ECO2023: Principles of Microeconomics OR ECO2013: Principles of Macroeconomics OR permission of instructor 

*You must have taken ECO2023/ECO2013 before the spring 2018 semester. If you are taking this course in the fall semester, know that you must pass the course in order to register/participate in the China class and study abroad. If you have not and cannot take either course, you may participate if you have written permission from Dr. Loh that you can participate. 

 

 

 

Subject   Economics (ECO4956)


Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 


Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits
 

Syllabus    China UG Syllabus 


Itinerary     China UG Itinerary 


Cost   
$3,400 (+3 credit hours of UNF Spring 2018 tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the 10 days)
  • International Health Insurance with GeoBlue
  • In-country transportation (public transportation)
  • Some meals
  • Admission/tickets into anything illustrated on the itinerary
 

Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies 

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center 

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for China 

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form 

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

*No charges will be posted to your student account until after you have conducted the interview and been accepted by the China interview committee. 
 
More Information    Interview required

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Contact  

Dr. Albert Loh, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business (Building 42), Room 3018

 

 

Dr. Dong-Young Kim, Faculty Co-leader

Coggin College of Business (Building 42), Room 3129

 

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125

     

China (graduate)

 Canton Tower

 

Where   Guangzhou, Shunde, and Shenzhen, China
     
When   
Attendance and participation in all class meetings is required for a successful grade in this China study abroad course. Please note that there are multiple meetings before the travel portion of the course along with one meeting post-travel. See below the dates/times for class meetings:

 

Thursday, January 18, 2018: 7:30PM-9:00PM

Saturday, March 3, 2018: 8:30AM-5:00PM

Saturday, March 31, 2018: 8:30AM-5:00PM

Thursday, April 12, 2018: 7:30PM-9:00PM

Thursday, April 26, 2018: 6:00PM-9:00PM

Thursday, May 10, 2018: 6:00PM-9:00PM

 
 Travel occurs during May Break/intersession between the spring and summer A semesters; April 28, 2018 - May 7, 2018 
Capacity      20

Summary    The study abroad course provides students an overview of business opportunities and challenges, as well as helps them develop a critical thinking on business issues in China. The course has two parts. The first part includes case studies covering management, strategy, marketing and politics regarding doing business in China. The second part includes a one-week study abroad trip in Guangdong province, China, where students will visit and interact with international corporations operating in Guangdong from the sector of manufacturing to information technology industry. Guangdong has been the earliest and the most successful economic reformer in China, leading a subsequent wave of economic transformation across the country. The study abroad trip in Guangdong aims to provide students the first-hand understanding of the ‘myth’ of Chinese economic development as well as challenges it may face in the future. Students will also experience a colorful cultural visit during the trip.
 


Prerequisites   

Applicants must be graduate students at UNF

 

 

Subject    Corporate Management in a Global Economy (MAN6956)
 


Open To   UNF graduate students in the MBA/MSM/MAIA program
 


Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits

Syllabus    China G Syllabus 

Itinerary     

Cost   
$2,560 (+3 credit hours of Spring 2018 UNF tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging
  • International Health Insurance with GeoBlue
  • In-country transportation (public transportation)
  • Some meals (all breakfasts, all lunches, and up to 5 dinners)
  • Admission/ticket into anything indicated on the itinerary

 

Please note that students will individually be responsible for their own Chinese visa application and fees ($140).

 

Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center 

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for China 

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form  

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

*No charges will be posted to your student account until after you have conducted the interview and been accepted by the China interview committee. 

More Information    Interview required 


Contact  

Dr. Pingying Zhang, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Room 3242

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (10), Building 2125

   

London/Paris Faculty-led

 London Paris

 

Where    London, UK and Paris, France
     
When   
Attendance and participation in all class meetings are required for a successful grade in the London/Paris study abroad course. Please note that there are multiple class meetings before the travel portion of the course along with one post-travel meeting. See below scheduled dates/times for class meetings:

 

Wednesday, February 14, 2018: 9:00PM-10:30PM

Wednesday, March 14, 2018: 9:00PM-10:30PM

Saturday, April 7, 2018: 9:00AM-4:00PM

Sunday, April 8, 2018: 1:00PM-5:00PM

Wednesday, April 18, 2018: 9:00PM-10:00PM

Friday, May 11, 2018: 1:00PM-5:00PM

 
Travel occurs during UNF's May Break/intersession between the spring and summer A semesters; April 28, 2018- May 8, 2018 
Capacity      20; THIS PROGRAM HAS REACHED CAPACITY AND IS NO LONGER TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR 2018.

Summary    This course provides undergraduate students with a truly unique learning experience. The Accounting/Finance Study Abroad to London/Paris provides insights into the accounting, and financial institutions that operate in London and Paris by examining the history of finance and accounting and its impact of the development of commerce within the region, the country and the world. The course emphasizes the similarities and differences between the financial systems of London/Paris and the US. Through preliminary study in the Coggin College of Business, travel to London and Paris, and follow-up work at Coggin, students will develop an understanding of the role and importance of London and Paris as Financial and Accounting centers of Europe. The group will also visit additional cultural attractions during the trip.  


Prerequisites   
If students are taking the course as a Finance credit (FIN4956), students must have taken FIN3403: Financial Management. If students are taking the course as an Accounting credit (ACG4956), students must have taken ACG3103: Intermediate Accounting Problems & Concepts I

 

 

Subject    Comparative Finance OR Accounting (FIN4956, ACG4956)

Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 

Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits

Syllabus    London/Paris ACG syllabus 

Itinerary      London Paris Itinerary
Cost   
$3,300 (+3 hours of Spring 2018 UNF tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • In-country transportation (travel via public transportation)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  • Some meals
  • Ticket/admission into any attraction shown on the itinerary
 
Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for London/Paris 

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form  

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

More Information    No interviews required; students will be expected to walk about 5-6 miles over the course of each day at a fairly brisk pace.  If students feel this might be an issue for them, they should contact the faculty leaders to discuss their concerns prior to registering for the study abroad



Contact  

Mark Leininger, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Room 3501

 

 

Dr. Sean Davis, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Room 3208

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125 
     

Peru Faculty Led

 Peru CBanner

 

 

 

Where    Lima, Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo, Cuzco, Peru
     
When   
March 16, 2018- March 25, 2018

 
Capacity      20; THIS PROGRAM HAS REACHED CAPACITY AND IS NOW CLOSED
Summary    This study abroad course is an excellent opportunity to think critically about culture, context and self in one of the most interesting and important countries in South America. The course includes visits to Pisac; Ollantaytambo (where previous students invested in a women’s weaving co-op); Cuzco, the ruins of Machu Picchu and Lima, the capital of Perú. Students will interact with Peruvian communities as well as different organizations and groups working to foster economic development among the poorest groups in Peru.   
Prerequisites   

IDH1923 Honors Colloquium; 1st year Hicks Honors students only

Subject    Social Innovation and Economic Development (GEB2956)
Open To   UNF Freshman Hicks Honors students
Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits
Syllabus    Peru Syllabus
Itinerary     Peru Itinerary
Cost       $2,900 (+3 credit hours of UNF Spring 2018 tuition) Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the 10 days)
  • In-country transportation (public transportation)
  • International Health Insurance with GeoBlue
  • Some meals
  • Admission/tickets into anything indicated on the itinerary

*This program has been granted a TLO (transformational learning opportunity), meaning that each student can potentially receive a $1,000 scholarship for participating. The Hicks Honors College may also award eligible applicants a separate $1,000 scholarship. Students could receive both, reducing the overall program fee to $900.

Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for Peru

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

*No charges will be posted to your student account until after you have conducted the interview and been accepted by the Peru interview committee. 

More Information    Interviews Required
Contact  

Dr. Jeff Michelman, Faculty Leader

Building 42, Room 3137

 

Dr. David Waddell, Faculty Co-Leader

Building 59, Room 3302

 

 

Melissa Tucker, Academic Advisor

Building 1, Room 1600

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Building 10, Suite 2125

Map     

Croatia Faculty Led

 

croatia
Where    Zagreb and Zadar, Croatia
     
When   

Attendance and participation in all class meetings are required for a successful grade in the Croatia study abroad course. Please note that there are multiple meetings before the travel portion of the Croatia course along with one meeting post-travel. See below the scheduled dates/times for class meetings:

 

Saturday, February 10, 2018: 11:00AM-3:00PM

Saturday, March 10, 2018: 9:00AM-3:00PM

Saturday, April 7, 2018: 9:00AM-3:00PM

Friday, May 25, 2018: 9:00AM-1:00PM

 

Travel occurs during UNF's May Break/intersession between the spring and summer A semesters; April 28, 2018- May 5, 2018 


Capacity      20
 
Summary   
This course will focus on services marketing, given that Croatia is a service-based economy, with services accounting for 70% of the country's gross domestic product. Tourism is one of the major industries in Croatia. The capital city of Zagreb is nicknamed the 'city of museums,' as it boasts more museums per square foot than any other city in the world. Course materials will focus on servicescape design, customer relationship management, service processes, servicescape blueprint mapping, and customer expectation setting. The course will also consider how culture and rituals impact the consumption and production of services within the Croatian economy. Interaction with the Zagreb School of Economics and Management will allow students opportunities for networking and a deeper understanding of the Croatian economy and culture. Meetings with local businesses provide opportunities for students to understand services from a provider-side perspective, as well as ask questions of professionals within various service fields.  
 
 
Prerequisites   
MAR3023: Principles of Marketing or permission of instructor
*You must have taken MAR3023 before the spring 2018 semester. If you are taking this course in the fall semester, know that you must pass the course in order to register/participate in the Croatia class and study abroad. 
Subject    Services Marketing (MAR4906)
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 

Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits
 

Syllabus    Croatia Syllabus 

Itinerary     

Cost   
 $3,300 (+3 credit hours Spring 2018 UNF tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • In-country transportation (travel via public transportation)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  • Some meals
  • Ticket/admission into any attraction shown on the itinerary
 

 

Application   

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center 

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for Croatia

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

*No charges will be posted to your student account until after you have conducted the interview and been accepted by the Croatia interview committee. 
 
More Information    Interviews Required


Contact  

Dr. Courtney Nations, Faculty Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Room 3503

 

Dr. Paul Fadil, Faculty Co-Leader

Coggin College of Business (42) Room 3015

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125 

 

   

Spain Faculty Led

  Alicante Spain

 

 

Where    Madrid and Alicante, Spain
     
When   

 

Attendance and participation in all class meetings is required for a successful grade in the Spain/Greece study abroad course. Please note that there are multiple meetings before the travel portion of the course along with one post-travel meeting. See below the scheduled class meeting times:

Friday, January 12, 2018: 12:30PM-2:00PM
Friday, February 2, 2018: 12:00PM-2:00PM
Friday, February 16, 2018: 12:00PM-2:00PM
Friday, March 2, 2018: 12:00PM-2:00PM
Friday, March 30, 2018: 12:00PM-2:00PM
Friday, April 13, 2018: 12:00PM-2:00PM
Friday, May 11, 2018: 12:00PM-3:00PM

Travel occurs over UNF's May Break/intersession between spring and summer A semesters; April 27, 2018- May 8, 2018 

 

 

Capacity      20
 

Summary  

This study abroad course is an excellent opportunity to experience the business, cultural and academic issues in one of the most important countries in the European Union. The trip includes visits to businesses in Madrid and to the Universidad de Alicante, a prestigious institution in Alicante, Spain. Students will interact with Spanish faculty and businessmen and attend lectures/presentations addressing current economic and social issues in Spain. This course is aimed to students with interests in business with Spain and the European Union, international economics and business. Students will prepare for the trip by conducting research on key aspects of the country's history, culture, business practices and economy. Students will have the opportunity to experience the richness of its culture and history. This course provides students the opportunity to think critically regarding the economy and business of a foreign country, demonstrate ability to present information and write reports, and understand the historic social and economic background of business in international markets.

Prerequisites   
 ECO2023 OR ECO2013 OR ECO370 OR permission of instructor 

*You must have taken ECO2023, ECO2013, or ECO3704 before the spring 2018 semester. If you are taking this course in the fall semester, know that you must pass the course in order to register/participate in the Spain class and study abroad. IF you are unable to take any of these three courses, you must have written confirmation from Dr. Gallo that you are permitted to take the course.

 

 

Subject   Economics in Spain

Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 
 

Credits    3 Spring 2018 UNF Credits

Syllabus    
Syllabus Spain Study Abroad 2018
Itinerary     
Itinerary Spain Study Abroad
Cost   
 $3,300 (+3 credit hours Spring 2018 UNF tuition). Includes: 
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • In-country transportation (travel via public transportation)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  • Some meals
  • Ticket/admission into any attraction shown on the itinerary
 

Application   

 

 

1. Review the faculty-led study abroad policies

2. Complete the Waiver & Release Agreement for Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs via UNF's International Center

3. Download the Use of Credits Form for Spain

4. Meet with an Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits Form

    -To see how credits from this course may be used, please refer to our Master Use of Credits Form

5. Log on to MyWings to complete the faculty-led Study Abroad application under Online Forms (see this user guide for further assistance on the online application). You will need to SCAN the two documents above (Waiver and Use of Credits Form) into this application.

*You do not need to submit your passport copy in order to apply; you can re-enter your application once it has been submitted to upload your passport.

6. After submitting a complete (with the Waiver and Use of Credits Form) application, students will be contacted by a study abroad representative to set up an interview with the faculty leader responsible for the program. Students are responsible for contacting this faculty member within the week.

*No charges will be posted to your student account until after you have conducted the interview and been accepted by the Spain interview committee. 
 


More Information    Interviews Required

Check out this video about Spain to get ready!


Contact  

 Dr. Andres Gallo, Faculty Leader
Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125

Dr. Brian Flynn, Faculty Co-Leader

Coggin College of Business (42), Room 3117

 

Dr. Tobias Huning, Faculty Co-Leader

Coggin College of Business (42)

 

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125

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