Master of International Business

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This program is designed for those graduate students who desire to pursue a career in any of the many aspects of International Business, such as international trade and commerce, importing and exporting, in a global or multinational organization. Successful completion of an undergraduate degree serves as an entry foundation, regardless of the major at the undergraduate level. All accepted applicants are required to have completed courses in Accounting, Economics and Statistics. A series of faculty-directed, self-paced courses are available to assist those candidates who have not met these requirements.

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Career Opportunities

  • Trade Manager
  • Business Development Manager


Master of International Business Requirements  30-36 credits

Preparatory Courses (if required) – 6 credits

ACC 530 Essentials of Accounting 3
BUS 724 Foundation for Business Studies 3

General Requirements – 15 credits

MAN 503 Applied Research Methods (3)

FIN 751 Financial Management (3)

ACC 508 International Financial Reporting Standards (3)

MAN 510 Management Ethics (3)

MAN 700 Organizational Behavior (3)


International Business Core Requirements – 12 credits

BUS 672 Global Marketing Concepts & Strategies (3)

BUS 775 International Business (3)

BUS 771 International Business Law (3)

BUS 795 International Management (3)


Electives – 3 credits

Take ONE of the following courses:

ACC 770 Managerial Accounting (3)

BUS 536 Entrepreneurship (3)

BUS 774 Issues and Applications in Import/Export (3)

BUS 792* International Business Internship and Field Experience (3)

FIN 772 International Finance and Banking (3)


*Credits for the optional course BUS 792, International Business Internship/ Field
Experience, can be obtained by either completing a business internship with a
multinational firm or by attending approved course work at overseas institutions.


Contact Graduate Adviser Associate Dean Mitchell, Program Director, at 305-628-6622

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