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MBA with International Business Emphasis

Students interested in careers related to international business may choose to seek the Flex MBA with an emphasis in International Business. This specialization is designed to provide focused study in international business including cultural, historical and political issues. While this emphasis is available to all MBA students, it is especially well suited for undergraduate students in the international studies undergraduate program. This is a 45-credit hour program consisting of the following:

TIER I - 9 CREDIT HOURS
BA 5351 Organizational Performance and Competitive Advantage
BA 5352 Developing the Financial Perspective of the Firm
BA 5353 Understanding and Analyzing Organizational Problems
TIER II - 24 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 5361 Accounting Analysis for Managerial Decision Making
CIS 5318 Information Technology in the Digital Economy
ECO 5316 Managerial Economics
FIN 5387 Managerial Finance
MGT 5313 Strategic Management
MGT 5314 Organizational Behavior and Theory
MKT 5330 International Marketing
QMST 5334 Advanced Statistical Methods for Business
GRADUATE ELECTIVES - SELECT 12 HOURS FROM THE FOLLOWING:
BLAW 5368G Legal Issues in International Business Law
BLAW 5368H Legal Issues of Sustainability and Responsibility
ECO 5310 International Economics
ECO 5320 The Latin American Economies
FIN 5337 International Finance
FIN 5338 International Investments and Financial Management
FIN 5347 Money, Banking, Financial Markets & Institutions
MGT 5318 Cross-cultural Management
MGT 5375 International Management – Latin America
MKT 5325 Global Marketing and the Value Chain

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course requirements for the Flex MBA with an
emphasis in International Business.