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MBA in International Business Courses & Tuition
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Master of Business Administration

International Business Concentration

MBA in International Business Coursework

Required program courses (30 credit hours)

We've designed the core program courses in our MBA to provide you with the fundamentals to make an impact in the business world. See MBA Required Program Courses for a list of required coursework.

International Business concentration courses (12 credit hours)

The concentration coursework is designed to further focus your MBA curriculum to better prepare you for success in a specific field or industry. To add a concentration to your MBA degree program, you may choose courses totaling 12 credit hours from the following list:

Click on a course name below for its full description.

International Accounting and Multinational Enterprises

International Finance

Global Perspectives for International Business

Strategic Management in a Global Environment

Managing Global Diversity

Managing International Human Resources

International Accounting and Multinational Enterprises
ACCT564 – 3 credit hours
Topics in this course are studied in the context of multinational enterprises and from a strategic perspective. Topics include accounting for foreign currency transactions, translation of foreign financial statements, transfer pricing, comparative accounting standards, taxation, and multinational systems and control.
Prerequisite: ACCT505
International Finance
FIN565 – 3 credit hours
International Finance examines, in detail, international financial flows and balance of payment considerations. Corporate exposure to international currency fluctuations (including foreign exchange rates and markets), and methods of hedging risks in international transactions, are addressed.
Prerequisite: FIN515
Global Perspectives for International Business
INTL500 – 3 credit hours
This course presents international strategy, operations, supply chain management, marketing and finance concepts required for global commerce. Using case studies and best-practice examples from international corporations, students gain management perspective needed to understand the unique roles of culture, politics and economics in executing multinational business strategy.
Prerequisite: None
Strategic Management in a Global Environment
MGMT599 – 3 credit hours
This course presents a structure for formulating and implementing long-range corporate plans in the context of broad strategic issues that affect the firm. Students refine environmental assessment skills, craft strategies and study global competitive issues to enhance their ability to think strategically and develop sustainable competitive advantages.
Prerequisite: ACCT504, and either ENTR550 or MKTG522; or ACCT504 and permission from the appropriate academic administrator
Managing Global Diversity
HRM582 – 3 credit hours
This course examines benefits and challenges of managing diversity in the workplace, as well as methods for using diversity to create a competitive advantage. Students analyze ways in which to develop a supportive, nondiscriminatory and productive work environment. Additionally, coursework focuses on specific workplace issues related to differences in gender, race, cultural ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, physical/mental ability, social class and religion.
Prerequisite: None
Managing International Human Resources
HRM584 – 3 credit hours
This course examines strategy and tactics that make up the global human resources management field. The course provides a broad overview of how global human resources functions differ from those of domestic human resources, helps students develop an understanding of how global human resources strategy is crafted and shows how such strategy is put into effect. Particular emphasis is placed on staffing, compensation, training, performance management, labor relations, communication and regulatory compliance within the global business environment.
Prerequisite: None

Elective courses (6 credit hours)

You can take your electives in a variety of career fields. Students may choose any electives for which they meet the prerequisites. Download the Academic Catalog and view "Course Offerings" for a complete list of courses that could satisfy your elective requirements.

FINANCING OPTIONS

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