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The curriculum in the newly redesigned MS in International Management has seven required core courses (21 credits), a final project (3 credits), and four business discipline concentrations (12 credits) that specialize in ONE of the following areas: Business Leadership, Finance, Human Resource Management or Marketing Communication Management.

(Take all eight courses)

  • Global Business
  • Communicating Effectively
  • Competing Globally
  • International Finance
  • Globally Marketing Strategies
  • International Law & Ethics
  • Managing Global Corporate Processes and Projects
  • Final Project

(select ONE)

Business Leadership Concentration
Required (2 courses)

  • Transitioning from Manager to Leader
  • Entrepreneurship

Electives (select 2 courses)

  • Business Strategy
  • Managing Risk
  • Analytical and Financial Tools for Decision Making
  • Leading Effectively & Ethically
  • Generating Growth and Innovation
  • Leveraging Information Technology for a Competitive Advantage
  • Operations Management
  • Special Topics

Finance Concentration
Required (2 courses)

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Global Investments

Electives (select 2 courses)

  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Institutions, Money and Markets
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Mergers, Acquisitions, Private Equity and Leveraged Buyouts
  • Financial Risk Management  
  • Investment and Security Analysis
  • Options and the Futures Markets
  • Special Topics

Human Resource Management Concentration
Required (2 courses)

  • HR Competencies
  • Business Strategies for a Globally Diverse Workforce

 Electives (select 2 courses)

  • Strategic Talent Management
  • Navigating the HR Legal and Regulatory Environment
  • Total Rewards
  • HR Technologies
  • Organizational Learning and Executive Coaching
  • Organizational Assessment, Analysis, and Change
  • Human Capital Analytics
  • Special Topics

Marketing Communication Management Concentration
Required (2 courses)

  • Creating Customer Value Through Marketing
  • Consumer Behavior

Electives (select 2 courses)

  • Public Relations Theory and Practice
  • Communication Ethics and Regulations
  • Social Media and the Business Imperative
  • Brand Management
  • Reputation Management
  • Social Media Technologies
  • Corporate Communication
  • Special Topics