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M.B.A. in International Business Student

M.B.A. with a Concentration in International Business

Fall Registration

Have you registered for the Fall term yet? Classes begin August 20.

Get started now or contact your Academic Advisor for assistance.

Study Abroad on the International Field Seminar

In the real world, International M.B.A.s deal with the competitive challenges and opportunities created by conducting business globally. The M.B.A. with a Concentration in International Business concentrates on developing effective international business leaders to meet the needs of multinational corporations and business ventures operating around the world. Students learn to successfully manage across borders and in different country, cultural and institutional environments. International M.B.A.s learn to conduct business within the framework of global monetary systems, individual government policies and general economic, political, social and cultural conditions worldwide.

The exciting world of International Business offers students the option to travel on a STUDY ABROAD with the International Field Seminar or study emerging markets in a classroom setting or complete an internship. M.B.A. IB graduates take away the focused skills necessary to develop and market an entrepreneurial international business venture as well as learning the takeaways of import/export practices. Join the NSU International Business Alumni who work around the World!

Admissions Deadlines:

Fall I 2018: August 10, 2018
Fall II 2018: October 5, 2018
Winter I 2019: December 14, 2018

  • M.B.A. core courses offered weeknights or during the day on the main campus and online. International Business courses offered weeknights on the main campus and online.
  • Program can be completed in as little as 21 months.
  • Program begins five times annually with starts in August, October, January, March, and May.

For more information about the program, please contact:

The Office of Graduate Admissions
(954) 262-5168
1-800-672-7223 ext. 25168
hcbeinfo@nova.edu

Total Credits: 40-49

M.B.A. Core Courses (22-31 total credits)

International Business Concentration Courses (18 total credits)
INB 5807 Foundations of Global Business  
INB 5818 New International Ventures  
INB 5827 Import/Export Principles and Practices  
MKT 5235 Global Marketing  
FIN 5515 International Finance  
Choose one from the following:
MGT 5680 Master of Business Administration Internship  
INB 5822 Globalization and Emerging Markets  
INB 5846 International Field Seminar  
Current students: Please consult your Academic Advisor for program requirements or access SharkLink for your CAPP report. Program requirements are subject to change, and your Academic Advisor or CAPP report can provide you with the courses required for your catalog term.

Full-Time professionals are available to discuss the M.B.A. with a Concentration in International Business curriculum with you in greater detail. Simply call 800.672.7223 Ext. 25168 or contact our Enrollment Services Staff.

Course Descriptions

The following prerequisite courses are built into the M.B.A. core curriculum.

ACT 5001 Introductory Accounting*
FIN 5008 Business Finance**
QNT 5000 Foundations of Business Statistics**

* Course may be waived at the discretion of the department chair or designee. Waivers will only be considered when an equivalent course with a grade of C has been earned in the past 10 years

** Waivers will only be considered when an equivalent course with a grade of B- has been earned in the past 5 years

Students have two options for satisfying a program prerequisite course:

  1. Complete course(s) offered by the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Businessand Entrepreneurship;
  2. Complete a proficiency examination administered by a testing organizationthat has national recognition, such as CLEP and DANTES. Students selectingthis option must complete the requirements within their first two semesters with HCBE. After the second semester, courses must be completed with HCBE. Official transcripts must be received by the office of Academic Advising one week prior to students seeking to register for courses requiring the prerequisite requirement.
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