Collaborate Online: June 5 – July 3 & Learn Face to Face: July 3 – July 14
What is COIL Summer Institute?
SUNY Ulster is offering students and community members the unique opportunity to study both online and on campus in their COIL International Summer Institute – a blended course on innovative global business models. The three credit course entitled, Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – BUS 280 – will run online from June 5th to July 3rd and then on the Stone Ridge Campus from July 3rd to July 14th.
It is a 3 credit, blended course in which SUNY Ulster students study together with students from
to explore the entrepreneurial mindset, skills, and techniques required for the development of new and disruptive business models for a global economy.
Study the growing clean energy, sustainability, and high tech industries of the Hudson Valley as well as those from The Netherlands, Mexico and Brazil. Learn about the importance of social entrepreneurship to all businesses in the 21st century.
Work Online: June 5 – July 3
Explore the intercultural competency, business terminology, and background discussions of the entrepreneurial mindset and disruptive business models of thriving and developing businesses such as Uber, Airbnb or MercyVirtual (a telemedicine firm). Learn about the cultural impact of these businesses and the technology that drives these businesses without borders.
Learn Face-to-Face: July 3 – 14
For Local Students
The cost for this 3 credit course, Special Topics in Entrepreneurship is $794.50 for local students. It includes all tuition, fees, food during the class, a welcome lunch, a farewell dinner celebration, and a SUNY Ulster t-shirt.
For International Students
Lodging is single occupancy, food, activities around the Hudson Valley, transportation including to and from the airport.
For More Information
Assistant Professor of Business
Director, Darlene L. Pfeiffer Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
Program Coordinator, Continuing & Professional Education
email@example.com or 845-802-7173
Contact Student Accounts at 845-687-5099.
International Students - Register here for course DCB 2122-01.
For a full listing of COIL classes, see the main COIL page here.