About this course
The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree is designed to prepare graduates for business leadership positions. The knowledge, practiced skills, and attitudes needed for success in management are taught. Critical and applied thinking as well as oral and written professional communication are emphasized throughout the program. Students can choose to concentrate in one of four tracks: Accounting, Information Systems Management, International Business, or Management.
An MBA with an emphasis in International Business provides students with a comprehensive business
foundation and specialized knowledge to successfully work in today's dynamic global environment. The degree encompasses management theory and practical applications from a global perspective. An international trip, which is open to all MBA students regardless of emphasis, is an integral component of the program. International Business concentration courses include: Business, Government, and Global Economies, Global Strategies in Economics and Finance, International Management, and Global Marketing and Competition.
- Internet overall test score of 80, with a score of at least 20 in each band
- Computer-based test score of 210
- Paper-based test score of 550
- 6.0 in each band