CofC in Belgium and Netherlands: Finance (Spring Break)

Program Dates and Fee:

March 5 – March 13, 2021 | Coming soon* (Will not include tuition)

Students take the following courses:

  • FINC 360: Fine Analysis of the Beer Logistics and Transportation (3)

Program Description:

This course takes an innovative approach to learning that utilizes study abroad to integrate students in supply chain management and finance classes together to analyze a publicly traded firm’ s logistics and supply chain processes.

FINC 360 is a semester long, interdisciplinary, study abroad course that requires students to financially analyze costs related to a publicly traded beer firm’ s logistics and supply chain processes. The course requires finance and other business school majors to work with global logistics minors over an entire semester to complete a financial analysis of a publicly traded firm in the brewing industry that relies heavily on shipping transportation. The highlight of the course is the study abroad component in the Netherlands and Belgium that introduces students to several Port Authority financial and logistics managers in addition to executives at institutions that provide external financing to global companies such as Heineken that use ship transportation for the flow of goods.

Program Director:

Please contact Dr. Jocelyn Evans at if you have any questions about this program.

Financing Spring Break Study Abroad:

  • The Center for International Education offers scholarships of $500. Eligibility is based on demonstrated financial need, academic merit, 2 faculty recommendations and a personal statement. Learn more here.

Application Deadline: October 15, 2021

Study Abroad 101 OAKS Course

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