Global Master of Business Administration

The global master of business administration (Global MBA) is a 55.5-credit degree program emphasizing the quantitative and qualitative aspects of business practice with a curriculum that incorporates the application of concepts and analytical tools to current management problems. Teamwork and communication skills are taught through team projects with an emphasis on private and public sector issues.

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 55.5 credits, including 28.5 credits in required courses, 3 credits in the consulting abroad project, and 24 credits in elective courses. Students may choose to complete a 12-credit concentration using elective credits.

Required
MBAD 6211Financial Accounting
MBAD 6213Cases in Management Accounting
MBAD 6223Operations Management
MBAD 6224Decision Making and Data Analysis
MBAD 6235Finance
MBAD 6242Microeconomics for the World Economy
MBAD 6245Global Perspectives
MBAD 6263Organizations and Human Capital
MBAD 6274Marketing
MBAD 6288Strategic Management
MBAD 6289Business Ethics and Public Policy
Consulting abroad project
MBAD 6294Consulting Abroad Project
Students must complete two enrollments in MBAD 6294, one on-campus and the other as the study abroad component of the Consulting Abroad Project.
Electives
24 credits in elective courses. Electives may be taken in courses at the 6000 level and above in any GWSB department; up to 12 of these credits may be taken in courses outside of GWSB with the advisor's approval.
MBAD 6298 may not be applied toward the MBA degree requirements.