As part of their learning experience at USD, incoming students have an opportunity to expand their business knowledge through on-site visits and in-depth discussions with the management teams of local corporations.
This year, 87 students from Tec de Monterrey (Campus Guadalajara) Business, Humanities and Architecture programs came to spend the month of June emerging themselves in American culture and participating in USD’s faculty led seminars on campus.
Tec de Monterrey business students had an opportunity to learn about the expansion and growth of Cinepólis, a Mexican company, into the United States while visiting the company’s location in Del Mar.
As part of their educational and cultural program abroad, Tec business students are also going to visit Taylor Guitars, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium acoustic and electric guitars headquartered in San Diego; and WorldTrans, a all-in-one supply chain logistics corporation.
Tec de Monterrey students who are part of the Humanities program will have the opportunity to visit ABC Channel 10 facilities in San Diego; San Diego’s local newspaper – The Union Tribune; and EvoNexus, a San Diegan non-profit technology corporation.
Architecture students visits will include: The historic Friendship Park, which connects individuals from both sides of the border; Woodbury University; the NBC building; the Merrimack building; and Barrio Logan.