2022-2023 Academic Catalog

BWISE

Business Wisdom through International, Service and Experiential Education (BWISE)

To provide students in the School of Business Administration with the necessary skills for success upon graduation, all students will be required to complete two of the following three educational components, critical for success in both the global business environment and as contributing citizens of their communities:

 International

  1. Study Abroad
  2. International Internship
  3. Two internationally focused approved courses from the list below:
  • ANT 352. Cultures of Latin America
  • ANT 360. Making of Modern South Asia
  • CMM 316. Intercultural Communication
  • ECO 461. International Economics
  • FIN 450. International Business Finance
  • GLC 315. Modern Arabic Culture
  • GLC 345. Chinese Civilization and Culture
  • HSS 354. Sport in the Global Community
  • HST 357. Modern Latin America
  • INB 302. Survey of International Business
  • INB elective. See catalog.udayton.edu for options
  • Language. any level
  • MGT 403. Cross-Cultural Management
  • MKT 440. Global Marketing
  • POL 391. The Politics of International Economic Relations

 Service and Civic Engagement

  1. Participation in a campus Service and Social Action Club
  2. Participation in a civic engagement/service learning ongoing program (in the greater Dayton area)
  3. Participation in Flyer Consulting
  4. Participation in Davis Center High School stock competition
  5. On-going service through your Fraternity/Sorority or Athletic Team
  6. Social Justice ILLC​

*See "Service Opportunities" Tab in your BWISE Isidore tab for more information

Experiential

  1.  Significant employment in a student’s field of study
  2.  EXP 101, MIS 150, or Co-op through Career Services
  3.  EXP 315. Stitt Experiential Internship and EXP 316. Stitt Experiential Internship II
  4.  High level position in a student run business focused organization such as: Flyer Enterprises, Davis Center, Sales Center, or Hanley Center
  5.  Approved student proposal that incorporates significant experiential activity
  6.  Other approved equivalent activity