Through direct enrollment programs a student will attend class at a host institution. This option allows a student to immerse themselves in the culture, language and day-to-day life of the host country. Through our partnership with John Cabot University in Rome, Italy, a student can earn credits that transfer into the Minor.
Students can take any of these four courses and they count as electives in the E&I Minor:
*Please note that these will show up on the transcript as ADV (advertising) courses.
|JCU Course||MSU Course Equivalent||Credit Hours|
|MKT 350: Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations||ADV 492||3 credits|
|BUS-CMS 361: Social Networks and Media Management||ADV 492||3 credits|
|BUS 335: International Management and Entrepreneurship||ADV 492||3 credits|
|MKT 355: Social Marketing and Fundraising||ADV 430||3 credits|
Students can also earn a Certificate in Entrepreneurship at JCU. The Certificate was designed expressly for visiting students, to enable them to explore entrepreneurship while at John Cabot and give purpose to their semester abroad; it does not require a heavy commitment but could well be the beginning of an interesting journey that they can complete once they are back home. The Certificate does not have pre-requisites and is open to all students independent of major.
To earn the Certificate interested students will have to satisfactorily complete the following:
- One introductory entrepreneurial course, chosen from the following:
BUS 305 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
MGT 345 Social Entrepreneurship
BUS 410 Strategic Decisions in Entrepreneurship
- Attend 3 Entrepreneurship events, workshops or visits organized by IFE
- Write a 3- to 5-page reflection paper on the entrepreneurial insights gained from their experience at JCU
GPA: minimum average GPA of 2.7
Major: all majors welcome
Business courses: no previous business course required
Language: English is the language of instruction
Students wishing to pursue the Certificate in Entrepreneurship must complete the following steps:
- Enroll in one of the classes indicated above
- Complete the Certificate Registration Form
- For every event attended, write a 2-paragraph email to email@example.com detailing the contents of the event and any reflection about entrepreneurship it provoked
- Submit final report to firstname.lastname@example.org (deadline will be provided upon registration)
- At the end of the semester, once all requirements have been satisfied, a Certificate in Entrepreneurship will be issued.