Carroll School of Management
Students in the Carroll School of Management are highly encouraged to study abroad. International study enables CSOM students to gain new perspectives on a variety of subjects and exchange ideas and information with people from different cultures. While living abroad in a challenging atmosphere that inspires both personal and intellectual growth, students also increase their awareness of cultural diversity and international issues. CSOM students must seek approval to receive credit for a CSOM core or elective in their concentration taken abroad. Students are encouraged to meet with their CSOM staff advisor to talk about how studying abroad fits into their academic plans.
Carroll School of Management students are eligible to study abroad during either the fall or spring semester of their junior year. A few students will study abroad for an entire year. Students who wish to pursue an internship in the summer after their junior year,should consult with the career advising team or Handshake to learn about the recruitment cycle for the industries they are interested in. Approximately 35% of CSOM students study abroad.
The only three Carroll School core classes that may possibly be approved are Marketing Principles, Organizational Behavior and Operations Management.
Students can also take one elective towards their concentration. You can only obtain concentration elective approval from the department after completing the core classes (e.g. Fundamentals of Finance or Marketing Principles.)
Students can also take courses to fulfill the required MCAS electives.
Carroll School of Management (CSOM) students seeking MCAS credit for courses taken abroad can contact Erica Graf. Click on the tabs on the left for information regarding concentrations and concentrations.
Organizational Behavior Course Approvals
Marketing Principles Course Approvals
Operations Management Course Approvals
Assistant Department Chair