Courses and Requirements

Maastricht at night next to a river

Spring Semester Expectations:

During spring semester there will be pre-departure meetings that require mandatory attendance. These meetings will address program details, requirements, and travel preparation.

Program Curriculum:

The semester is divided into two half-semester blocks. Students have the option of selecting from the following courses which will be taught over the two blocks. Students are responsible for reviewing Maastricht course prerequisites to ensure they are academically eligible to take their intended course.

  1. Block 1 & 2: Introductory Dutch language course*
  2. Block 1 Select two courses from the following list:
    • [LIT 2005] Going Dutch: Literary Reflections of the Low Countries in the 19th and 20th Centuries*
    • [BUS 2002] Leadership and Management in a Global World (equivalent to MGT 415)
      • Pre-req: MGT 291
    • [EBC 2019] Banking (equivalent to ECO 301)
      • Pre-req: ECO 201, 202; FIN 301 recommended
    • [EBC 2063] Strategic Marketing (fulfills MKT elective)
      • Pre-req: MKT 291
    • [EBC 2064] Operations Management (fulfills MGT 302 if taken with EBC 2030)
    • [EBC 2054] Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management – Equates to FIN 401
    • [EBC 2063] Strategic Marketing – Equates to MKT 490
    • [EBC 2032] Managing Learning & Development at the workplace – Equates to HCML Elective
    • [EBC 2092] Development Economics – Equates to an ECO elective
    • [EBC 2080] Behavioral Economics – Equates to an ECO elective
    • [EBC 2019] Banking – Equates to ECO 301
    • [EBC 2008] Management of Organisations
  3. Block 2 Choice of:
    • [ART 2002] Dutch Art History*
    • [LIT 2002] The Roaring Twenties, Nazi Terrors and the Cold War: European Experiences reflected in Literature*
    • [BUS 3001] Economics of European Integration (fulfills an ECO elective)
      • Pre-req: ECO 201, 202
  4. Block 2 Choice of:
    • [EBC 2009] Marketing Management (fulfills MKT elective)
      • Pre-req: MKT 291
    • [EBC 2055] Financial Management and Policy (equivalent to FIN 475)
      • Pre-req: FIN 301; more FIN recommended
    • [EBC 2062] Brand Management (fulfills MKT elective)
      • Pre-req: MKT 291
    • [EBC 2067] Comparative Management (equivalent to MGT 304)
      • Pre-req: MGT 291
    • [EBC 2030] Global Supply Chain Management (fulfills MGT 302 if taken with EBC 2064)
    • [EBC 2055] Financial Management and Policy – Equates to FIN 475
    • [EBC 2006] Financial Markets – Equates to FIN 462
    • [EBC 2062] Brand Management – Equates to MKT 490
    • [EBC 2067] Comparative Management

NOTES:

*Courses 1, 2 (LIT 2005), and 3 (ART 2002 or LIT 2002) fulfill a pre-approved Thematic Sequence.

Courses 4 and 5 fulfill the Miami Plan Global Requirement

ART 2002 could possibly fulfill the Miami Plan Foundation II-A Fine Art Requirement by petition.

Course selection may be limited based on pre-requisite coursework, capacity, and schedule conflicts.