MBA - International Business

Think globally

Graduates of the John Brown University Master of Business Administration program with a concentration in International Business will be able to effectively begin, manage, and close various types of business projects, utilizing appropriate analyses, change-management skills, and effective decision making. Graduates of the MBA-IB will also be able to productively adapt to cross-cultural business environments, understanding frame of reference and successfully navigating global business practices.

As part of your educational experience, you will spend time applying what you learn in an international setting through a required one- to two-week international trip.

This version of the MBA-IB program begins fall 2016; for students enrolling in summer 2016 courses, please review the current MBA-IB program requirements.

 

Master of Business Administration, International Business Concentration



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CORE – 24 HOURS

  • BUS 7213 Global Leadership and Ethics
  • BUS 7033 Organizational Management and Leadership
  • BUS 7013 Managerial Accounting
  • BUS 7113 Marketing Strategies
  • BUS 8003 Managerial Finance
  • BUS 8013 Research Methods
  • BUS 8033 Christian Foundations

Select one of the following:

  • BUS 7223 Managerial Economics
  • BUS 7233 Game Theory

CONCENTRATION IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS – 15 HOURS

  • BUS 8123 International Project Management
  • BUS 8253 Survey of Global Business Practices and Foundations

Select two of the following:

  • BUS 7023 Process and Innovation
  • BUS 8113 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • BIS 7513 Operations and Management Consulting
  • BUS 8343 Strategies for Emerging Markets
  • BUS 8353 International Stakeholder Management

Final project:

  • BUS 8263 International Business Practicum

MINIMUM SEMESTER HOURS – 39



 

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