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MBA | International Business

This concentration is intended primarily for persons in business careers who are interested in developing a broader understanding of the practices, structures, and systems that determine the contours of global commerce today. It is especially appropriate for individuals who have established a career in a U.S. business organization, who want to become more involved in the organization’s foreign activities. The program is also opportune for foreign students who desire an MBA degree, who intend to use the knowledge gained through studying in this country to advance their careers back home.

The MBA degree requires the completion of 60 credits.

I. The Business Core/
Common Professional Component
30 credits
MBA 501 Managerial Accounting
MBA 502 Financial Management
MBA 503 Managerial Economics
MBA 504 Business Analysis and Modeling for Managers
MBA 505 Marketing Concepts and Strategies
MBA 506 Managing Information Technologies and Innovation
MBA 507 Business Law for Managers
MBA 508 Management and Organization Theory
MBA 509 Managing Human Resources
MBA 511 Operations and Production Management
II. International Business
18 credits
BUSN 641 International Marketing
BUSN 642 International Financial Management
BUSN 643 International Management and Cross-Cultural Communication
BUSN 644 International Law and Government Regulations
BUSN 645 International Political Relations
BUSN 646 International Trade
III. Internships and Study Abroad 12 credits
MBA 675 Internship
MBA 699 Study Abroad
Please note: The two courses in this section may be substituted for any of the courses in Section II with the permission of the Chair of the Department of Accounting, Business, and Economics. 
IV. Capstone Courses 12 credits
MBA 701 Organizational Leadership, Ethics, and Social Responsibility
MBA 702 Strategic Management
MBA 703 Competing in a Global Business Environment
MBA 704 MBA Decision Laboratory

Course Waivers for Prior Study

Applicants may waive up to 30 of the required 60 credits based on appropriate undergraduate coursework in business administration.