About this course
The students in the MSIM program take a set of core courses and then choose from a variety of elective courses to customize their experiences. These electives are from different fields in the College of Management (finance, management and marketing) and, potentially, from other colleges as well (economics, political science, international relations and public policy). The richness and the diversity of the program enable students to tailor their elective coursework to their own interests, needs, and aptitudes. The comprehensive foundation in team management and strategy provides students with the skills in demand by their prospective employers upon graduation. Given the overarching management perspective of the program, students from both business and non-business backgrounds will find it a valuable degree for career advancement.
The balance between quantitative and qualitative courses is to provide the students with a substantial understanding of international business and how to manage it.
The first cohort of students in the Master of Science in International Management Program will join the Colleges graduate program in spring 2008. To obtain more information about the MSIM, please join us for an information session.