Globalization is a megaforce that has fundamentally changed how we live, work, and manage organizations and institutions. Global management issues are integrated throughout the curriculum.
Students interested in global management should combine their interest in global management with one or more functional concentrations to ensure both depth of knowledge in global issues and at least one functional area from which the student will learn and grow as a global manager.
Students who choose to pursue a formal concentration in Global Management must complete a minimum of nine (9) credits from the following list of elective courses with a grade of B (3.0) or higher, and all other requirements for graduation. The final MBA transcript of students who successfully complete these requirements will list "Global Management" as a concentration.
- GSM 6011 - International Management
- GSM 6012 - Development Economics
- GSM 6218 - Global Human Resource Management
- GSM 6252 - Global Entrepreneurship: Launching & Managing International Ventures
- GSM 6258 - International Finance
- GSM 6268 - Leadership
- GSM 6269 - Value Chain Management
- GSM 7261G - Global Study
- GSM 7240 or 7241 or 7242 or 7243 or 7244 - International MBA Exchange Study at Bordeaux School of Management, Copenhagen Business School, Strasbourg School of Business or Peking University HSBC Business School.
It is possible that a specific course may not be offered in a given year.