Welcome to our site! We are excited to share information with you about our "travel" abroad elective: Human Resources and Human Resource Development Issues and Practices in The Czech Republic and Hungary.
Ronald B. Morgan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of HRD at GW has offered this elective for each of the past 13 years. This elective course typically runs in the summer session, with the travel portion of the course scheduled for the last two weeks of May. During that interval, students travel to Prague, Czech Republic and Budapst, Hungary to learn about business practices and human resource issues and practices in these two nations, as well as the broader region.
This elective is open to all graduate students, masters or doctoral, who are interested in human capital (HR, HRD, OD and management) issues within the developing market economies of Central and Eastern Europe. Students may be interested in micro or macro level issues. A particular focus of the course in on preparing expatriates to live, work, manage or lead organizations within these two countries. Consequently, one major theme of the course is expatriate development. This course will be of particular interest to those who expect to work for multinationals, anticipate international assignments or wish to work in expatriate development. Follow the syllabus link to see more about the course content and the range of issues available for study.
If your interest is piqued, please fill-out the on-line request for information form.
For more information about the Weekend Master's Program in HRD, please visit us at www.nearyou.gwu.edu/hrd-ax.