The Master of International Business Administration (MIBA) degree offers graduate students a unique and concentrated curriculum of international business and trade practices applicable for global managers and entrepreneurs. The MIBA program is ideal for working professionals to achieve personal and professional aspirations in the dynamic international business world. Some of the curriculum covered:
Accounting for Multinational Companies
Financial Decisions for International Managers
Foundations of Global Business
New International Ventures
Cross Cultural Business Communication
Globalization and Emerging Markets
Import/Export Principles and Practices
Global Information and Supply Chain Management
International Business Law
Graduates of the MIBA program combine broad conceptual knowledge with hands-on experience to earn a valuable degree that addresses complex global issues relating to world trade and foreign investment decisions by business organizations international entrepreneurs. The specialized program emphasizes the strategic thinking process vital to successful corporate strategies.
Students of the program will culminate their education by completing a capstone course, demonstrating a solid understanding of the programs objectives. By participating in the international study abroad capstone option, students will visit an emerging market; previous study abroad trips have included visits.
3.0 GPA. A bachelors degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or an equivalent degree for international applicants. Official transcripts.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)
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