Our part-time Flex MBA program offers a concentration in International Business
As global markets expand and become more dependent on one another, doing business internationally requires in-depth knowledge of foreign economies, customs, culture, and currencies. This nine credit concentration explores the broad issues associated with multinational and international companies, including opportunity, risk, legal issues, and marketing. This concentration may be completed on-campus and online.
- GBUS 473 International Financial Management (3 credits): Consideration of problems arising from the risks associated with international investing and multinational corporation finance (currency, political, etc.). Focus is on (a) investing in international market given the institutional constraints and differences between domestic markets, and (b) managerial issues relating to corporations, investors, and financial institutions. Consent of designated finance faculty representative. Prerequisites: GBUS 419
- GBUS 475 Global Marketing Strategies (3 credits): The course is designed to provide a framework within which global marketing operation can be analyzed, understood, and undertaken. The course focuses on issues that are being faced by firms in today's global marketplace, particularly those that are related to strategy formulation and implementation. The learning experience in this course is placed on global business decision-making, through the use of case studies, projects, exercises, and lectures.
You may choose 3 credits from the following list:
- GBUS 492 Global Business European Perspective (3 credits)
- GBUS 492 International Immersion Programs (3 credits each): Greece, Chile/Argentina, China, Singapore/Malaysia, and/or the United Kingdom