This article describes the University of South Carolina (USC) International Business and Chinese Enterprise (IBCE) program is an integrated 5-year initiative that combines a Bachelor International Business Major and a 1-year pre-experience Master. The program includes the creation of a cohort of students from two different institutions in two different countries-USC and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, who share a common basic studies drawn experience. Five pedagog … Read more »

This article describes the University of South Carolina (USC) International Business and Chinese Enterprise (IBCE) program is an integrated 5-year initiative that combines a Bachelor International Business Major and a 1-year pre-experience Master. The program includes the creation of a cohort of students from two different institutions in two different countries-USC and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, who share a common basic studies drawn experience. Five pedagogies important leadership development are identified, and this method is applied to the IBCE program. Detailed descriptions of the curriculum, required and elective coursework and other degree requirements are included, as well as the objectives of the program and the underlying assumptions. Challenges for the cohort program are considered, with a particular focus on the selection of students.
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William R. Folks, Jr.,
Carolyn S. Jones,
David G. Hudgens
Source: Business Horizons
12 pages.
Release Date: 15, July 2011. Prod #: BH440-PDF-ENG
Integrative programs in International Business: The development of an undergraduate cohort programs HBR case solution

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