Students will enroll for a minimum of 12 credit hours for two semesters. They will study one block of courses at the home institution and one block at a host partner institution. While at the host institution, they will also enroll for courses that are included in the major area. The program is constructed so that all courses taken at a host institution will count towards major requirements at the home institution.
The courses will provide the theoretical background as well as practical experiences.
In addition to the courses, students are required to complete a project that incorporates the entrepreneurship model into their chosen field of study.
The program will provide a monetary stipend to the student while studying abroad. In general, it should cost no more to study abroad for a semester than to stay at the home institution.