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MS in International Management

2 business men in front of a map The curriculum in International Management offers a way to acquire a valuable credential to enhance your skill set and qualifications while preparing for professional advancement. Available in an accelerated, convenient weekend format, the 36-credit curriculum can be completed in only 1½ years and provides the broad-based, interdisciplinary knowledge and skill set essential for success in higher level leadership roles in national as well as global organizations

The MS in International Management is the only degree of its kind in the Westchester area. It is designed to prepare business leaders for meeting the evolving challenges of international management, and to seize opportunities for business success in both mature and expanding markets.

The program is ideal for managers and executives whose jobs involve international responsibilities, or for any working professional who wants to broaden his or her international business perspective. MBA graduates may also find the program attractive, as it adds an intensive international dimension to their previous education.

The six required core courses (18 credits) represent the core competencies that you must be proficient in to succeed in today’s highly competitive global business environment. The elective courses allow you to choose 5 courses (15 credits) that best match your specialized career goals.  The program culminates in a final project (3 credits) that demonstrates your ability to conduct comprehensive, applied research and articulate original ideas and thought processes.

The MS in International Management 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.

 

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