International Seminar Series
Although relatively few students can study abroad, all can attend classes on campus. The International Seminar Series is an innovative visiting faculty program. Students enroll in a one credit hour weekend course taught by an international faculty member on various topics. Visiting faculty teach in a concentrated format on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for 15 contact hours. Students submit assignments online and complete applied projects two weeks after the class concludes. Students earn one credit hour for each international seminar.
In addition to academic seminars, the visiting faculty members also present lectures to UTSA faculty, students and the external business community.
Fall 2014 Seminars
Global Leadership in Latin America
Dr. Eduardo Guzman, ITESM
Emerging Markets in East Asia--Process Improvements and Service Innovations
Dr. John Lin, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
The Economics of Exchange Rates, International Capital Flows and Financial Crises
Dr. Reid Click, George Washington University
Schedule and Activities
- Each class meets over one weekend--Friday 2-7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
- Class sessions stay interesting through a mix of activities each day
- Reading before class sessions is required
- One short written assignment is due each class day
- Optional assignments may be completed over two weeks after class
Course Registration and Administrative Info
Sign up on ASAP. The last day to register is the first day the class meets. Students who do not attend the class must drop it officially to avoid a failing grade from appearing on their transcript.
Each seminar is worth one hour of elective credit. The cost is tuition and fees for one credit beyond the number of credits you are already taking. Students may audit the course. No credits are given and nothing will appear on the transcript.
Register online through ASAP.