Master of Business Administration in International Business
The Master of Business Administration in International Business degree has an international focus and is designed to enable graduates to operate successfully in positions of managerial responsibility in global corporations. The curriculum combines quantitative and basic business skills needed for sound decision-making with an international business core to provide students with a uniquely global perspective. Cross-cultural management skills, regional business practices and an international business internship/field experience are essential components of the program.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in International Business program consist of 42 credits, 30 credits of core courses and 12 credits in the area of specialization. An additional three preparatory courses might be required to provide the needed base-skills for those students who have not successfully completed the following undergraduate: accounting, economics, and business statistics. Preparatory courses are offered in two formats; traditional classroom format with three 3 semester hours of credit each and an alternative one 1 semester hour, self-paced independent study format.
Part-time students taking two courses per semester can complete the program in as little as 21 months, if no preparatory courses are needed. Students are required to maintain a 3.0 (B) cumulative grade point average at all times for continuation in the program. Failure to register for two consecutive semesters/terms results in withdrawal from the University.
For more information contact Dr. Raul Carrillo, Program Director, at RCarrillo@stu.edu.
St. Thomas University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)