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Faculty-Led: International Enterprise, India
Agra, India; Delhi, India; Pune, India (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Winter Break
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Program Description:

International Enterprise: India
Delhi, India


Professor Name: Dr. David DuBois

Total Estimated Cost: $5,200.00 (Scholarship of $2,500 available to Business majors)

Eligibility: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Grad, 2.5 minimum GPA, Application

Course and Credits: MIS 44187, 3 credits           

Program Dates: January 03 – January 13, 2019

Application Deadline: November 16, 2018


Course Name and CRN:  MIS 44187 International Emerging Enterprises and Markets: India

Locations: Delhi, India 

Course Description:             
The purpose of this course are to introduce students to global markets and to the major global trends of environmental and social sustainability, and how these two combine to form the world's biggest, and most exciting, business and social venture opportunities.  In particular, we will explore businesses and culture in India--the world's largest democracy and fastest growing large economy.  We will meet with business leaders and tour their companies to learn how they are adapting to the volatile impacts of global trends, such as climate change, technology acceleration, and broad shifts in social and consumer values and preferences.

KSU Sponsoring College:   Business Administration


Requirements:   Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, or Grad, minimum 2.5 GPA; attendance at mandatory classes,briefings, and pre-departure meetings and complete the pre-trip checklists.

Pre-requisites:   Instructor Approval

Maximum capacity: 30

January 3        Depart Ohio
January 4        Arrive in Delhi late evening, check in to hotel
January 5        Explore Old Delhi & local markets, learn yoga
January 6        Travel to Agra, tour Taj Mahal, return to Delhi
January 7        Fly to Pune, visit Suzlon
January 8        Visit Bajaj, fly to Delhi
January 9        Visit NGO/Schgal Foundation in Gurgaon, bus to Vanaashriya
January 10      Have Base of Pyramid workshop in Vanaashriya, visit village
January 11      Bus to Gurgaon, visit ITC, but to Delhi
January 12      Visit Delhi Haat, have summary meeting, depart for home
January 13       Arrive home in Ohio


Students will stay in hotels (double occupancy) in the city centers, with the exception of one night at a camp, in a luxury tent.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided, as will opening and closing dinners.  Other meals are the students’ responsibility. 


OGE Application Fee: $60
Tuition: Included in Spring semester tuition, unless an overload (see for more details)
Program fees: $3,000
Flight: $1400 (estimated)
Estimated personal expenses: $800
Total Estimated Cost: $5,200 (Scholarships of $2,500 available to Business majors; See the College of Business Administration for more information)

Application deadline: November 16, 2018
Payment deadline: $500 deposit due upon application; Final Payment due November 30th (payable online at
Withdrawal deadline:  November 30th, 2018

David DuBois, PhD

Brief Bio:
Dr. DuBois is a management consultant and organizational psychologist who specializes in sustainability. He is the founder and principal of the Social Design Group, an organization that provides professional services to organizations of all sizes. These services include strategic planning for sustainability, management assessment and development, strategic planning for health and wellness, design of performance management systems, and organizational and culture change. Over the past 30 years, he has done leading edge research on training and performance with the US Navy, Army, Marines, and Department of Defense; and a range of private companies. He has founded two companies and two non-profits. For the past seven years, he has taught a course on Sustainability in Business at the College of Business Administration at Kent State University. He is married, has a daughter, and enjoys hiking and sports of all kind.

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This program is currently not accepting applications.