Undergraduate Global Business Experience

Georgetown McDonough undergraduates interested in gaining a global perspective while learning valuable consulting skills may apply to the BADM 290: Global Business Experience course. (Download the brochure here) Under the faculty supervision, this three-credit course gives students the opportunity to work in teams and conduct a substantive consulting project for a private, public, or nonprofit organization abroad. The course culminates in a set of recommendations for each of the projects, enabling student teams to travel to the client organization’s country, during the week of spring break, to present their recommendations to the senior management.

Students may select from the following BADM 290 courses offered each spring semester. 

1.       Innovation and Technology – Professor Ricardo Ernst (Tel Aviv, Israel)

2.       Retail Industry – Professor Charles Skuba (Lille, France, and Brussels, Belgium)

3.       Global Wine Industry – Professor Michael O’Leary (Mendoza, Argentina)

4.       Consumer Products – Professor Rama Ramamurthy (New Delhi, India)

The Innovation and Technology course is reserved for students in the Global Business Fellows (GBF) program from the McDonough School of Business and School of Foreign Service. The remaining three-course sections are open to McDonough juniors and seniors only. 

For more information, please contact Senior Assistant Dean Monija Amani.