For over 30 years, the PAMI Program has brought people together from countries around the world to study and exchange ideas on international business and related issues. The PAMI Asian Field Study Program and Annual N. H. Paul Chung Memorial Lecture are pillars of the Shidler College of Business's quest for International Excellence.
The N. H. Paul Chung Memorial Lecture is held annually in honor of Dr. Chung, who founded PAMI in 1977, and features a distinguished individual discussing an important international topic of interest.
The 2019 Asian Field Study (AFS) is designed for students with an interest in international business (IB). It consists of preparatory classes; the onsite trip to Tokyo, Kyoto, Beijing, and Hanoi (subject to change). Students will enroll in the 6-credit full version (BUS 477 or BUS 677).
The course may count toward one or two of the following: IB elective, IB major elective, entrepreneurship major elective, upper division elective, or management elective for BBA students, entrepreneurship certificate for graduate students, and PAMI international management certificate (consult with your academic advisor for applicability).