Master of International Management

As of spring 2015, no new applications will be accepted for this specialization/program. Current students should contact their graduate advisors to go over their plans for completing the program requirements.

In our increasingly globalized world, business leaders cannot ignore what goes on beyond U.S. borders. The Master of International Management (MIM) is designed for midcareer professionals who want to delve more deeply into international business and commerce and learn how to overcome obstacles to success in the field. The curriculum emphasizes developing skills for assessing the international competitive structure of industries, building marketing and business plans, formulating market-entry strategies, and managing country and global business risk. The goal is to help students develop a working knowledge of transnational business operations and the global environment and how both affect their own organization and management.

Overview of Specializations

The MIM offers four areas of specialization:

Program Objectives

Graduates of the program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a global perspective in business operations/processes.
  • Increase the competitiveness of their organizations.

Dual Degree Options

With just a few additional courses, you can also pursue a second degree in business administration. Explore dual degree options.

Program Overview

The curriculum requires 36 credits of coursework and consists of 12 credits of core coursework, 21 credits of specialization coursework, and a 3-credit capstone course.

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