Evelyn Quist, MD/MBA '19, cares for an infant while providing medical services in the Afram Plains region of Ghana.
Several accounting students visited PwC Ghana, where they observed the similarities and differences between Big Four accounting in the U.S. and Ghana.
Surround yourself with the history and culture of Ghana by visiting Accra, Ghana's capital city. While in Accra, you’ll learn about organizations that exemplify social innovation and entrepreneurial leadership and strengthen your understanding of these core skill sets. In addition, you’ll meet with politicians, entrepreneurs and business leaders to deepen your knowledge of economic development, community outreach and social innovation.
Past company visits have included Fan Milk, Zoomlion and the Accra open market. The program also includes a tour of Kakum National Park and a trip to Cape Coast University for a tour of the Cape Coast and Elmina Castles.
“I feel extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to study in Ghana. I gained new perspectives on business processes and leadership styles, and had the chance to immerse myself in the country’s culture. Throughout this journey, I created meaningful relationships that will last a lifetime. The experience truly opened my eyes and caused me to change the way I view the world.”
— Olivia Miller, BS ’18, MS ’19
April 15. All applications must be submitted by this date in order to be considered for the following year's program.
The Ghana program is an elective credit course that caps off with an experiential learning trip. Undergraduate students will earn 6 credits for the program and MBA students will earn 3 credits. Upon acceptance, undergraduate and MBA students will be force-registered into a 3-credit course that meets during the fall semester preceding the trip. Upon returning, undergraduate students will be force-registered into a second 3-credit course, which meets during the spring semester after the trip. Travel dates are as follows:
To ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, alumni and business partners during COVID-19, all global and Experience the 50 programs for fall 2020 and winter 2021 will be virtual learning experiences. Programs for spring 2021 are being developed with an option to easily shift to virtual learning experiences should that prove necessary.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Organization and Human Resources
Faculty Director of Global Programs
Rose M. Hu
Clinical Assistant Professor, Accounting and Law
Clinical Assistant Professor, Operations Management and Strategy