The newly redesigned curriculum in International Management provides a solid interdisciplinary foundation of international management principles and strategic practices and specialization in a selected business discipline area. Courses are available in a convenient evening and accelerated weekend format, meaning that the 36-credit curriculum can be completed in only 18 months.
With its strong foundation in the principles and strategic practices of international management, the integrative curriculum is designed to anchor students with a body of interdisciplinary knowledge that defines the present and to prepare graduates to recognize and strategically respond to the dynamic international business.
The seven required core courses (21 credits) represent the international core competencies that students must be proficient in to succeed in today’s highly competitive global business environment. Students then select one of the four business discipline concentrations (12 credits) to specialize their skills in ONE of the following areas: Business Leadership, Finance, Human Resource Management or Marketing Communication Management.
The MS degree culminates with a Final Project (3 credits) where students demonstrate their ability to conduct comprehensive, applied research and develop original applicable tactical strategy.
Faculty members are leading practitioners in their fields holding senior management positions: VP, international legal counselors, strategic analysts / consultants, finance executives and managing partners. Instructors teach students to apply international management skills and strategic knowledge to everyday workplace challenges through relevant real-world case studies and scenarios.
The program is ideal for individuals who want to upgrade and update their international management skills. Courses are taught with academic rigor by an outstanding faculty who are practicing leaders in their fields and exceptional educators who bring real-world experience and networking opportunities into the classroom.
Master of Science in International Management