Faculty Development in International Business
Daniel-Mickel Center for Executive Education, Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina
Sunday, June 2, 2013 at 6:00 PM - Friday, June 7, 2013 at 12:00 PM (EDT)
Celebrating a Quarter Century of Leadership Education in Global Business
Faculty Development in International Business, now in its 25th straight year, brings you techniques, expertise and resources to build or expand your offerings in international business. Expert international business faculty from the top ranked Darla Moore School of Business will share contemporary knowledge and techniques to globalize your business curriculum.
International business is essential for today’s business schools. Students are demanding international expertise to compete in the global business environment. If your school needs to add or expand your international business offerings, Faculty Development in International
Business (FDIB) brings your faculty the tools and knowledge needed to internationalize your curriculum.
The FDIB seminar series at the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, is the oldest and most highly regarded program of its kind. The goal of the program is to internationalize business school faculty, preparing them to teach international business courses.
FDIB is a series of six concurrent seminars. Each participant chooses one of the six weeklong seminars and spends the week with some of the top faculty in the international business field, developing both professional knowledge about the particular topic and the pedagogical
skills that will enhance teaching of the subject.
• Survey of International Business
• International Management
• International Negotiations
• International Financial Management
• Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
• International Marketing