MBA concentration in International Business

     
The MBA concentration in International Business prepares individuals for competitive positions in the global economy. This concentration allows learners to gain a deeper understanding of business management in the global environment and emphasizes the development of a global mindset in future business leaders. The concentration is multidisciplinary, as students select from four disciplinary international courses (Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Financial Management, or Accounting).
 

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Business Administration, M.B.A. - International Business Concentration Requirements

Required Courses (30 Credits)
MBA 501 - Business Economics – 3 credits
MBA 502 - Statistical Decision Making – 3 credits
MBA 503 - Managerial Finance – 3 credits
MBA 504 - Organizational Behavior – 3 credits
MBA 505 - Marketing Management – 3 credits
MBA 506 - Financial and Managerial Accounting – 3 credits
MBA 507 - Legal Issues in Business and Management – 3 credits                                                  
MBA 591 - Integrated Knowledge 1 – 3 Credits
MBA 592 - Integrated Knowledge 2 – 6 Credits
     
Free Electives or Concentrations (12 Credits)

MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits
MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits
MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits
MBA XXX - Free Elective or Concentration – 3 credits

Program Total Credits: 42

     

Free Electives or Concentrations (12 Credits)

MBA 509 - International Entrepreneurship – 3 credits
MBA 536 – International Marketing – 3 credits
MBA 542 - Global Business – 3 credits
MBA 574 – Multinational Financial Management – 3 credits
MBA 580 – International Accounting Standards: Use and Interpretations – 3 credits