The International Business Department offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA). The program is designed to prepare individuals to assume managerial responsibilities in international business, to perform in a responsive and responsible way in the multinational environment, and to contribute to economic development and international understanding through investment, production and trade.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The MBA is a broadly based, highly structured, and widely recognized degree designed for the individual seeking greater managerial responsibility across the broad spectrum of business and government operations.
Specialized international business courses are found in the listings for accounting, finance, management, marketing and transportation, as well as those for international business. They include ACCT 808, FIN 835 and 836; IBUS 815, 818, 830, 855, 857, 859, 868, 879, 881, 890, 895, and 899; and MKTG 880 at the graduate level.
Limited specialization and elective courses, all at the 800-level, are selected with the adviser's approval from the Lam Family College of Business listings.
See Lam Family College of Business : Graduate Programs for more information on the MBA program.