Examine the impact of globalization on European integration, comparative advantage, and international competitiveness by using the theories of international trade, capital markets, and economic development.
Travel on course-integrated study tours that give you first-hand insight into the larger economic landscape of Europe from EU integration to transition economics
Benefit from Denmark as your case study in globalization, where you and your classmates will take a comparative look at how Denmark's small, open economy differs from that of the U.S.
Explore Copenhagen through a hands-on academic lens on field studies, taking you behind the scenes on visits to local institutions such as think tanks, consulting firms, banks, and labor unions
PROGRAM STUDENT PROFILE
This program is right for you if your major is economics, finance, or international relations. You want a European perspective on how globalization, driven by economic growth, changes the market faster than national and international policies.
CORE COURSE OVERVIEW
>> Globalization and European Economies
You will focus on the impact of globalization on European economic integration, using standard theories of international trade applied to the EU common market and monetary union. You will gain a deeper understanding of the economic aspects of European and regional trade, labor, and monetary policy.
Prerequisite: Introductory courses in micro- and macroeconomics, plus intermediate or advanced macroeconomics at university level.
Week-Long Study Tour: Brussels-Paris | Moscow
Core Course Week: A three-day study tour in Western Denmark alongside a two-day seminar in Copenhagen.
BUILD YOUR OWN CURRICULUM
DIS has over 200 elective courses for you to build your curriculum from after choosing your required core course. You have to opportunity to focus on your major or diversify by selecting any combination of courses based on your needs.
Dates / Deadlines:
** Programs may fill long before their final deadline.
* Recommendation--For SPRING: APPLY in MAY to study abroad the following spring. For FALL/YEAR: APPLY in DECEMBER. Later applications are always welcome, but colleges may need time to process your approval.