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How does studying abroad fit with this major?

Managers are increasingly expected to plan, lead, organize and communicate across multicultural, interdisciplinary, and international boundaries. Studying abroad provides unmatched experiences in learning how to manage across these multicultural, interdisciplinary and international realms. As such, the Management Concentration of the Business Administration major at the Anisfield School of Business at Ramapo College highly recommends and encourages students to study abroad for a semester, if possible.

Featured Programs

Ramapo College of New Jersey

“SPAIN: Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management”

4 credit, Summer Program

Employing 1 in 10 workers globally, the travel and tourism industry remains an exciting, varied, and transformational field for innovative and sustainable management. This course provides an examination of the hospitality management industry, giving students exposure to the traditional functions of management such as leadership, decision making, sustainable operations, and organizational ethics within the fields of hospitality, travel, and tourism management. Two weeks of online learning, interspersed with course meetings and lectures, will be followed by a two-week immersive, experiential study abroad program (MGMT 390).

Program Website (Information & Application)

Scholarships are available

University College Dublin
(Dublin, Ireland) – Fall, Spring, Summer and Academic Year options

The UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business is the leading undergraduate business school in Ireland. It combines the excitement of university life with one of the most progressive education programs in the world. The School is also the only Irish School to hold both the AACSB (international) accreditation, and the top European accreditation, EQUIS. With their postgraduate college, UCD’s Michael Smirfit Graduate School of Business holds the prestigious AMBA accreditation. Their ‘Triple Crown Accreditation’ means students’ academic experiences are perceived as more valuable in the eyes of potential employers not just in Ireland, but throughout the globe.

Semester Program Website (Information & Application)

Summer International Internship Website (International & Application)

Scholarships are available

Study Abroad policies for Management majors

To facilitate a seamless transfer of credits and an on-time pathway to graduation, we adhere to the following policies:

  1. Students should meet with their advisors early in their Ramapo career to plan their schedules
  2. All courses must be pre-approved by the Management convener. Students should supply syllabi or detailed course descriptions when seeking approval
  3. Students are advised to save at least one General Education and/or free elective course to fulfill during their semester abroad
  4. Students will be allowed up to two (2) convener pre-approved Management electives to fulfill in their semester abroad
  5. Students are advised to complete the junior-level Managing Organization Behavior (MGMT 302) before they take courses abroad for the Management concentration
  6. Students are advised to take 12 or 16 credits in the their semester abroad and may be interested in supplementing this schedule with winter or summer courses to stay on track for graduation
  7. Students may NOT transfer in Strategic Management from any other institution.
  8. Human Resource Management is a country specific law-based class. It is rare that it will be approved for transfer.

Models of a semester abroad for Management majors

The following are representatives of what previous management students received as transfer credits for a semester abroad:

Model #1 Model #2 Model #3 Model #4
Elective Elective General Education General Education
Elective Ethics in Business Elective Ethics in Business
Management Elective INTL Business Management Elective Management Elective
Management Elective Management Elective Management Elective Management Elective

 Other Management Programs

There are a variety of other approved program options available to students who major in Management. Click on the link below for a list of these options:


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