MIB: Master of International Business
National borders no longer constrain businesses. Cash management is done globally. Manufacturing cycles stretch from Europe to China. Leaders manage virtual teams that span continents. Investment capital is found in China, New York, Japan, and Europe. Import/export activities must deal with terrorism. Marketers must adapt global products to local markets.
HBU’s Master of International Business equips learners with the skills, knowledge and experiences needed to be a manager in international business. The MIB is a 15-to-24-month program in which every course deals with international business. Anyone who works in a company or industry that has international operations should consider the HBU MIB.
HBU’s Master of International Business program has the following distinctives:
- Students take an international trip to study business in foreign countries.
- Students take interdisciplinary courses in Political Economics and Foreign Cultures that prepare them for issues beyond traditional business boundaries.
- The program has a lockstep structure, with all courses focused on international business.
- Cohort-based study groups and project teams greatly help the learning process.
HBU’s MIB program grants rolling admissions. Students can begin coursework in August, January, or June. If you do not have requisite undergraduate coursework from a regionally accredited institution, you will take additional courses.
Each class meets one night per week.
Leveling Courses required for students without a BBA:
ACCT 5362 Accounting Principles
ECON 5363 Economic Principles
FINA 5260 Finance Principles
MGMT 5260 Decision-Making Techniques for Managers
MGMT 5261 Management Principles
CISM 6367 Global Business and Technology Strategies
FINA 6333 International Finance
ECON 6330 Global Political Economy
INDC 6331 Foreign Cultures
MGMT 6303 Global Project Management
MGMT 6307 International Law
MGMT 6346 Global Supply Chain Management
MGMT 6374 Global Strategy
MGMT 6378 Management of Global HR or MGMT 5340 Internship
MGMT 6395 International Management Experience
MKTG 6333 International Marketing Seminar
For Further Information:
Administrative Assistant to the Dean