Fogelman College of Business & Economics International MBA
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You've got the smarts. And the drive. Now all you need is one more thing to launch your career. An MBA with an international focus (IMBA) from the Fogelman College of Business will get you noticed by all the top global corporations. And after they take notice, you'll be doing what you love in a challenging international business environment.

Business firms are increasingly seeking managerial talent with the skills to assess global trends and build global strategies. The International MBA experience is for students who look beyond traditional educational boundaries. It is 'cutting edge' in both purpose and substance. In short, an International MBA will help you develop the business competencies, cultural skills, and global mind-set essential for success in your global endeavors. Students in the International MBA Program are given the opportunity to strengthen foreign language skills, expand cultural understanding, and to gain hands-on working experience through study abroad and overseas internship opportunities.  Such experiences are unique to a limited number of graduate programs across the nation.

The IMBA Program is tailored to assist students in meeting their goal of acquiring knowledge of international business, even if they do not have a traditional business background or a second language. The Program is open to graduates of business, foreign language, liberal arts, and other four-year bachelor’s degree programs.

The IMBA is a full time, 21 month program (including one summer session).  Students earn 51 graduate credit hours upon graduation.  Electives and expanded overseas experiences are available based on student interest.

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