This week, nine undergraduate business and engineering students from CETYS in Mexico will visit campus to participate in a weeklong program in entrepreneurship and cross-cultural understanding. The program is presented by International Programs and Global Engagement, with assistance from Lou Correa, former California state senator.
The new CETYS program is the result of a 2013 agreement between CSUF President Mildred García and Fernando Leon García of CETYS, a multicampus, private university located along the Baja California border.
Campus seminars include topics such as international relations and business development, international marketing and cross-cultural negotiations. The students also will visit local companies, including Boeing, Edwards Life Sciences and Northgate markets. The program concludes with a reception at the Mexican Consulate in Santa Ana.