To complete the MBA, all full-time MBA students must successfully satisfy a global requirement.
This requirement is mandatory for all full-time MBA students. It is separate and distinct from the global management specialization, which is voluntary. To fulfill the global requirement, students must successfully complete one of a number of global academic options available to them.
For students who want to do a “deeper dive” and take this requirement further, the Center for Global Management also offers a Specialization in Global Management.
A Sample of Courses that Meet The Global Requirement
Non-Market Risks - Understanding Politics and the Global Context for Doing Business
Visiting Professor and Former Minister, Hong Kong SAR Government
Global Supply Chain Management
Christopher S. Tang
Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration
Bing (’86) and Alice Liu Yang Endowed Term Chair in Management
International Business Strategy
Sanford and Betty Sigoloff Chair in Corporate Renewal