International Field Study: Sustainability in Brazil

MBA 808
Author: Drobny, Neil L.
Source: Fisher College of Business
Year: 2010
Number of pages: 15

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The course will be conducted in partnership with faculty and students from the University of San Paulo (USP) where OSU has long-standing relationships. Some lectures will be given by USP faculty and USP students will participate as members of the project teams.

Students will travel to Brazil over Spring Break in March 2010 to witness and solidify their understanding of material presented during the class and to collect additional data for the course project. Details regarding the itinerary and costs for the trip are available from the Fisher International Programs office.

Brazil is emerging as a strong economic power and world leader on the global stage. With a population of nearly 200 million people, vast natural resources, a strong economy not burdened by excessive debt, and stable and effective political leadership Brazil is positioned to become a model for other nations that aspire to raise the quality of life for its citizens.

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