Summer Innsbruck Programs
The Summer Innsbruck Programs are innovative and dynamic study abroad opportunities for business majors as well as non-business students.
As the business world becomes increasingly global, all Stetson students are encouraged to study abroad at least once. International study offers the joy of learning about another culture, the stimulation of experiencing new environments, and the ability to fulfill your Experiential Learning Requirement, all while linking a foreign culture to your academic experiences.
Month-Long Summer Session
The Stetson Summer Innsbruck Program is the perfect solution for students who want to spend a semester abroad but are not able to while taking the courses required for their degree. This all-inclusive program, now in its twenty-seventh year, allows students to take AACSB International-approved business courses taught abroad by full-time Stetson University faculty and distinguished visitors. This year, the program includes new group excursions, including a day trip to Munich, Germany. Innsbruck is centrally located in the cool and beautiful Alps and is an ideal base to study and travel through Europe.
Dates and Deadlines
Travel Dates: June 29 - July 29, 2023
Applications to Innsbruck Classic are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Apply early to guarantee your spot!
Upcoming General Information Sessions:
First Info Session: Monday, October 3, 5 – 6 p.m. by Zoom
Second Info Session: Thursday, October 27, 5 – 6 p.m. LBC Room 108 Auditorium
Third Info Session: Wednesday, November 16, 7 – 8 p.m. LBC Room 122
Courses for each session are designed to meet the needs of students. A variety of business and non-business courses are available.;
|Class Period 1 - 8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.||Prerequisites|
|EDUC 374V-JS Educational Systems Around the World||ANY student at the university; it is a Junior Seminar with no prereqs; all students must take a junior seminar.|
|FINA 412 Multinational Finance||ANY business major who has taken ACCT 201 and SOBA 201. Meets specific degree requirement for all finance majors and minors.|
|MGMT 430 Advanced Leadership Development||ANY student at the university; meets specific requirement for management, human resources management, and business administration majors and minors.|
|Class Period 2 - 9:40 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.|
|FINA 303 Money and Financial Institutions||ANY business major AND any other major who has taken ECON 103 or 104; meets specific degree requirement for finance and business administration majors and minors.|
|ENTP 305 Principles of Entrepreneurship||ANY student at the university; meets specific degree requirement for all entrepreneurship, management, and business administration majors and minors.|
|PSYC 343 Industrial & Organizational Psycology||ANY student at the university; meets specific degree requirement for all psychology, management, human resources management, and business administration majors.|
|SOBA 360V-JS Social Justice and the Bottom Line||ANY student at the university; it is a Junior Seminar with no prereqs; all students must take a junior seminar.|
|Class Period 3 - 11:20 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.|
|MKTG 307 Marketing Management||ANY student at the university. Meets specific degree requirement for all marketing majors and minors.|
|SPTB 390 Global Sports Business||ANY student at the university. Meets specific degree requirement for all sport business minors.|
|RELS 365B Mary, Max and Mozart: Religion & European Culture||ANY student at the university; meets the Culture and Belief (B) designation in Stetson's General Education program|
|INTL 405 Cross-Cultural Dynamics and Management||ANY student at the university; meets specific degree requirement for all international business, management, and business administration majors and minors.|
- All courses are not guaranteed to make. Each course MUST enroll a minimum of 8 students to make.
- Students will not be accepted into program until they have selected TWO top course choices AND TWO ALTERNATIVE COURSES
- Must have 5 students signed up by Dec. 2 (Friday after Thanksgiving) or the class will be canceled. (We will sort, including alternative course choices)
Innsbruck Classic is an exceptional value. As well as having the opportunity to enroll in two courses from exceptional Stetson University faculty, you can network, travel and expand your worldview during the month-long experience.
Program Cost: $6500
The price includes
- Tuition - two units
- Two meals per day for each class day
- International health insurance
- Four-week city bus pass
- Passport fees
- Personal travel
- Personal purchases
- Dinner/weekend meals
Courses are taught by full-time Stetson faculty members and distinguished visiting professors.