The Global Management specialization offers a thorough understanding of globalization of firms, industries and markets. Core principles of international business and international finance are applied through practical analyses of major industries. Suitable strategies are developed for building a portfolio of competitive advantages and ensuring future success.
Courses & Structure:
- MBA 509 – INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
- MBA 567 – MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT – 3 hours – This course focuses on management tasks confronting managers operating in a transnational environment presented from an operational perspective, alternatives for overall corporate policy and development of a global strategy.
CHOOSE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING:
- MBA 561 – EMERGING FINANCIAL MARKETS – 3 hours – This course focuses on the characteristics of financial markets, instruments, and practices in transition economies where economic liberalization and financial deregulation have recently been implemented as a strategic response to globalization.
- MBA 562 – GLOBAL FINANCE – 3 hours – This course focuses on the risks involved in financial operations in a global setting and identifies the techniques required in measuring and minimizing those risks. Topics in multinational finance, foreign exchange, risk management and financing the foreign operations are emphasized.
- MBA 568 – INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDY TOUR – 3 hours – This course integrates class theory with practical observation of the global market activity today’s manager may experience. Each year students will have an opportunity to visit and interact with foreign business managers, financial markets, government representatives and other cultural events which will provide the student with a better understanding of the intricacies when working in an international setting.