Vietnam International Seminar The Business of Globalization from South to North Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Experience diverse developments in a rapidly globalizing country. Vietnam is pursuing a policy of gradual economic liberalization while still retaining significant political control. The prior economic and political division of the country, which led to different economic model and paths, and still showing signs of distinctiveness from South to North, make Vietnam unique. Course Information This four-credit graduate seminar counts toward the international management, finance, and marketing concentration in the MBA program. Seminars are designed to be taken during the elective section of MBA Modules 4, 5, or 6 or by instructor permission. MNM, MPA, and DPA students may also participate in this seminar after completing the first year of their program. Learn More Application materials and more details for this seminar are available through the International & Off-Campus Programs Office. Apply Contact Dr. Dave Berg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Erin McCoy, Graduate Programs Advisor (email@example.com) for any questions. Slideshow Holt Fellowship Each year, Hamline School of Business awards a number of Holt Fellowships to provide financial support associated with an International Seminar. Learn more about the Holt Fellowship and the application process. Program Terms and Conditions Read the Graduate International Seminars Terms and Conditions.