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Innsbruck Austria

Organizational Behavior in Innsbruck

Join this brand new Stillman School of Business program in Austria!

Over the course of 4.5 days, students will attend Prof. Boroff's class, BMGT 2503, Organizational Behavior, from Sunday evening, May 29, through Friday, June 3; there is also a pre-course class session in April and a post-course session in June. In this international course will be other international students from Europe as well as students from the host institution, Management Center Innsbruck (MCI). Innsbruck is a gorgeous quaint city, host to both the 1964 and the 1976 Winter Olympics. Students will be responsible to arrange their own airflights to Innsbruck, so as to arrive in Innsbruck on May 29. Students will also be responsible to select their overnight accommodations, from a roster of options made available by MCI, and budget for their own meals (estimate about 15 Euros per meal). On Sunday afternoon, May 29, Prof. Boroff will meet with students as the class settles into its coursework over the next week. Students will be on their own after class concludes each day, exploring this charming town with the Alps just outside the campus of MCI. Prof. Boroff has taught at this institution twice.

As students consider this fantastic learning opportunity, they may want to consider adding additional travel days before or after the course concludes to travel, on their own and apart from this course to nearby cities of Salzburg, Austria or Munich, Germany, by train or bus. Vienna is an easy 4 ½ hour train ride from Innsbruck's train station, as are cities in Switzerland and Italy. Come a day earlier and take the Nordkette Cable Car ride from downtown Innsbruck to mountain peaks! Or take a 10-minute train ride to the town of Hall and visit the museum where "thalers" were minted; the word "thaler" morphed to our word, "dollar." Prof. Boroff can suggest other trips that you may wish to fashion for yourself should you extend your travels.

This is considered a 3-credit Summer 2022 semester course. Undergraduate tuition is discounted by 25% for this course. Students will have to register for it during the regular Summer 2022 registration period. The pre-requisite is BMGT 2501.

Click Here for the FAQ on Organizational Behavior in Innsbruck.

Questions: Karen Boroff;; Office (973) 761-9597; Home (973) 701-1948; Jubilee Room 686

Program-Specific Information:

Term: Summer Intersession A

Program Dates: May 29 to June 3, 2022

Country: Austria

Course: BMGT 2505: Organizational Behavior (syllabus)

Program Fee: There is no program fee

Housing: Students are on their own booking hotels/lodging recommended by MCI

Meals: Students have all meals on their own

Air Travel: Round-trip air travel is not included as part of the program fee

International Health Insurance: Students independently purchase international health insurance through GeoBlue.

DSS Instructions: Students at Seton Hall University who have a physical, medical, learning or psychiatric disability, either temporary or permanent, may be eligible for reasonable accommodations during their study abroad program. In order to receive such accommodations, students must identify themselves at the Office of Disability Support Services (DSS), provide appropriate documentation and collaborate in the development of an accommodation plan. Students seeking accommodations on a study abroad program, are encouraged to begin the process with the DSS office at least 6 months in advance of the program start date. Click here to learn more.

Faculty Leader:

Karen Boroff OIP photoCurrently the professor in the Department of Management at the Stillman School of Business, Karen Boroff was the dean of the School from 2000 to 2010. During that period, the School tremendously advanced the quality of its academic programs, earning many external affirmations of that excellence. From January 2017 through June 2020, Boroff served as Interim Provost and Executive Vice President of the University. In that position, among other accomplishments, she led the formation of the University-wide leadership development program for undergraduate students, championed budget transparency with responsibility- centered management, and instituted summer learning experiences, including boot camps in cybersecurity and entrepreneurial endeavors. She also began the University’s faith-based outreach with faith leaders throughout the state. Boroff's teaching expertise is in management, human resources, labor relations and negotiations. She enjoys presenting and publishing her applied and pedagogical research on management, industrial relations and human resources. Besides teaching at the Stillman School of Business, Boroff has also been a visiting professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point, at the Management Center Innsbruck in Austria, and at Anhui Normal University in Wuhu, China.