Intergrating Experiential Exercises Into the College Curriculum the Case of Internationalizing the Business Curriculum

Russell G. Brooker, Robert Birney


"Almost all colleges use simulations and experiential exercises in their courses. In most colleges, their use is made on an ad hoc basis by individual instructors. Alverno College, a liberal arts college for women, has taken a different approach in that it has integrated simulations and experiential exercises in a fundamental way into its curriculum. They are used in a wide variety of courses and in many settings outside courses and play a central role in the educational philosophy of the institution. The educational philosophy of the college leads to the widespread use of experiential exercises, including a new exercise that is being used in the Business and Management Division to help business students develop their abilities to work in an international environment. "

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