Over two and a half days of structured Q&A, peer evaluation, discussion and practice, students will hone their skills to prepare for a verbal presentation of their capstone project. The students will gather in their communities of practice for peer review and discussion prior to delivering their final presentation to an audience consisting of their cohort members, faculty, and potential CIA partners and guests. In addition, the learners will complete self and peer evaluations on final projects as well as on the overall degree program. Students will participate in a graduation ceremony on the final day of the residency.
As a part of this residency, students will have the option to arrive early and complete a course in Level I sake certification.
Residency One-Viticulture and Viniculture, Orientation and Cohort Formation (MWBM-501A), Global Wine Business Operations (MWBM-500), The New World--Northern Hemisphere (MWBM-510), Advanced Beverage Management (MWBM-520), The New World--Southern Hemisphere (MWBM-530), Residency Two-Global Wine Summit and Framing of Capstone (MWBM-501B), The Old World-Northern Wine Countries of Europe (MWBM-540), Spirits, Fermented, and Non-Alcoholic Beverages (MWBM-550), The Old World-Southern and Eastern Europe (MWBM-560), and Entrepreneurial Innovation & Business for Wine and Beverage (MWBM-570).
Graduate Seminar and Capstone Project (MWBM-580)