Learn techniques that successful managers use to oversee people, projects, finances, logistics and other key areas in the competitive world of international business. First, study the fundamentals of management, then, take courses in a specialty area (event management, human resources, accounting or project management) and, finally, get experience during an internship in a U.S. organization.
*Duration times can vary, talk to your advisor for more information.
Total Units 47 Units
How to take a global approach to human resources, marketing, and finance
How to conduct business globally
Managing change given rapid evolution of work environments
Using global negotiations, competitive advantage, and other strategies to further high-level goals
Building specialized skills to create a successful event, manage large-scope projects, apply advanced accounting principles, or strengthen an organization's workforce
Who Can Attend
Students who hold bachelor's degrees in management and wish to concentrate or expand their knowledge in the field
Students who are enrolled in a Master's in Management at their home institution
Professionals who have several years of work experience
Minimum Age Requirement for Admission to an On-Campus International Program: You must be at least 18 years of age on the first day of your program to be admitted to one of our on-campus (face-to-face) international programs. Special exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis for students who are verified to be turning 18 in the first quarter of their program.
A Bachelor's degree in Management (or equivalent)
International applicants are required to demonstrate English language fluency and must attain minimum scores of TOEFL PBT 550, iBT 80, IELTS 6.5, Duolingo English Test 100; or the equivalent
No GMAT or management experience required
You will be asked create an account and you will need to provide a valid email address, mailing address and other personal information. Collect any required documents so that you are prepared to upload them.
Agency/embassy/partner university information (only required if you have one)
Copy of your passport photo page
Statement of Financial Support Form (only if your program requires an F-1 (student) visa)
Financial statement from the Bank, in English (only if your program requires an F-1 (student) visa)
If you are applying as an F-1 transfer student from another U.S. institution, you must submit copies of your current I-20 form, I-94 form, and F-1 visa. If you are accepted, your acceptance letter will provide further instructions on completing your transfer.
Note: Some programs require additional documentation.
Multinational Financial ManagementThis course presents techniques and tools designed to assist managers evaluate risks and opportunities in the global financial environment.
Building Technology-Centric OrganizationsThe goal of this course is to introduce and provide hands-on experience to the students on the most common technologies used in business today and in the near future.
Organizational Behavior DynamicsAn examination of organizational culture including understanding and managing work behavior, perceptions and emotions, motivation and stress; developing work environments that align with organizational culture; providing evaluation, feedback and rewards that model constructive behavior; and managing misbehavior.
Effective Performance ManagementThis course focuses on creating and managing a high performance workforce, which is the critical component of organizational success.
Introduction to International TradeWith this course you will learn the necessary procedures to start up an international trading business, by providing a detailed introduction to the practices, procedures, and services used in the U.
Global Investment ManagementAn examination of the management of financial asset investments globally, from initial public offerings to the international cross-listing and global issuance.
International Business StrategyAn investigation of the nature of international business strategies through analysis of the design, formulation and implementation by management of international strategies.
Financial Statement AnalysisCovers the use of financial statements for analyzing investments, company portfolios and making strategic business decisions.
Managerial AccountingIntroduction to theory, principles and practices of managerial accounting, including the use of accounting information to plan and control and to provide strategic guidance for decision-making in the firm.
Financial ReportingIntermediate-level exploration of financial accounting theory, principles and practices.
Cost AccountingTheory and practices of cost accounting and control with special attention given to cost accounting in the manufacturing supply chain and service industries.
Quality and Performance ManagementHow to develop a high-quality project plan, establish quality assurance/quality control guidelines and manage procurement of the resources necessary to complete a high quality project on time and on budget.
Project Scheduling and Risk ManagementFrom project inception through implementation and analysis, this course explores basic concepts of structured project management, including scheduling, budgeting and risk management from both opportunity and threat perspectives.
Human Resources ManagementA comprehensive overview of the mission, purpose and structure of human operations within an industrial, service or public organization.
Employee Recruitment, Selection and RetentionExamination of the recruitment and staffing process, including preparing a job analysis and description, recruiting, interviewing and selecting candidates, conducting tests and background checks, selecting and evaluating references, constructing the "offer," and preparing documentation for new hires.
Compensation AdministrationA survey of compensation programs as applied to the various segments, functions and levels of the work force, including legal provisions.
Global LogisticsA study of globalization and the impact it is having on local and regional logistics.
Analyzing the American WorkplaceTo be an effective employee in the United States, you need to understand how organizational systems work, have a clear understanding of your assigned roles and responsibilities, and how they relate to an organization’s goals.