International Management Concentration

Business is borderless. But where does global meet local? Gain hands-on knowledge of economic, political and cultural implications that affect how you will do business.

Have you considered a career in a multinational firm, doing business overseas or at the center of cross-border trade? If so, you need the strategic skill set to solve challenges and take advantage of international opportunities.

Be Career Ready

  • Employ strategic and critical thinking to transform how organizations operate internationally
  • Develop skills to manage global business partnerships
  • Think strategically about managing business using the best resources from around the planet
  • Understand and apply cultural differences and nuances in communication
  • Begin a lifetime of international networking

International management is a secondary concentration
and should be taken together with such functional concentrations as finance, marketing, health care, information systems, or operations and supply chain management.
 

International management is a secondary concentration and should be taken together with such functional concentrations as finance, marketing, health care, information systems, or operations and supply chain management.

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Learn international business concepts in the classroom.

Live them through global immersion action learning. Every UB MBA student has the opportunity to participate in international study experiences. Explore the opportunities that await you.

Your UB MBA network spans the globe

With students, faculty and alumni from all over the world, you can expand your global perspective and personal network.

 

Concentration Requirements

Required Courses Second Year Electives

The International Management concentration requires four total courses (12 credits), MGO 680, MGO 633 and two electives from the courses listed under the electives tab.

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Required Courses

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