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Business -- Undergraduate Overseas Studies in Hong Kong (Chinese University of Hong Kong orUniversity of Science and Technology)

Marshall School of Business International Exchange Program
September 18, 2007
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Where:
Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
When:
Semester terms are available. The Fall semester begins in early September and ends in late December while the spring semester begins in late January and ends in late May.
 
Applicant Requirements:
Minimum 3.0 USC and Marshall School Cumulative G.P.A.
 
The following business courses must also have been completed:
BUAD-250a/b Core Concepts of Accounting
BUAD-304 Organizational Behavior
BUAD-306 Business Finance
BUAD-307 Marketing Management
BUAD-310 Applied Business Statistics
 
Language Requirement:
There is no foreign language proficiency requirement to participate in the International Exchange Program. All of the Marshall School’s partner programs offer courses in English.
 
Courses:
Students are able to select from twenty-one undergraduate courses taught in English in the seven business departments within the Faculty of Business Administration. A much wider course list is available to students who speak Cantonese or Putonghua.
 
Elective Courses:
N/A
 
Extracurricular Courses:
N/A
 
Units Earned:
Students will take 15 or 18 units of upper division elective coursework at their host school. Depending on the program 4-8 business courses will need to be successfully completed. A letter grade for one’s coursework abroad will be given by the host institution. However, the marks will appear as credit/no credit on one’s USC transcript. The minimum grade for credit is the host equivalent to a “C-.”
 
Application Deadline: Applications can be accessed via the web at the address listed below and are also available in Bridge Hall 103 on the first day of classes during the Fall and Spring semesters. Applications are due approximately three to four weeks later for the following semester of study.
 
Additional Information Available At:

http://www.marshall.usc.edu/undergradprogram/international/iec/outgoing-students.htm

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