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Master of Business Administration in International Business Program Requirements 

Prerequisite Requirements

Completion of the prerequisite course with a grade of “C” or better, OR a grade of “C” or better in similar undergraduate courses and an undergraduate degree completed within three years of enrollment in the MBA program, OR successful completion of an approved test.

ACCT 670 Principles of Accounting
ECON 670 Principles of Economics
FINC 670 Introduction to Finance
CSCI 670 Principles of Information Technology

General Master of Business Administration Program Requirements

Course Number and Title (Semester Hours)

ACCT 680 Accounting for Managers (3)
ECON 680 Managerial Economics (3)
FINC 680 Financial Policy Management (3)
MGMT 680 Organizational Leadership & Communications (3)
MGMT 681 Business & Society (1.5)
MGMT 682 Organization Behavior/Organization Development (3)
MGMT 683 Sustainable Operations (3)
MGMT 684 Strategic & International Issues in Management (3)
MKTG 680 Marketing Management (3)
QMTH 680 Statistical Methods & Business Research (1.5)
500 and 600 level approved electives; at least 3 hours must be 600 level (9)*

Total Semester Hours:  36

*The 9 hours of electives can be taken as a concentration.

Master of Business Administration in International Business Requirements:

BADM 600: International Field Experience or BADM 694: International Internship (must be international based and approved)

Plus two courses from the following:

ECON 521: International Trade & Investment
FINC 514: International Financial Management
MGMT 529: International Management
MKTG 581: Marketing for Global Competitiveness

BADM 633: International Business Culture

Visit the graduate course descriptions webpage to view course descriptions


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