MBA with a Specialization in International Management/Business
With the relentless pace of globalization, organizations need professionals who know how to conduct business around the globe. That need has increased the demand – even at US-based companies – for graduates with degrees in international business. This MBA specialization provides an in-depth understanding of the organizational capabilities required for international operations, including specialized functions such as international marketing, finance etc. The degree may be thought of as an MBA with a particular focus on multinational corporations.
Sometimes students at MBA programs specializing in international management or business will also have the option to specialize in a particular language or culture, such as Chinese, German, Japanese and so on. Many of these programs also require studies or visits abroad in order to expose the students to a multinational environment, but this is not always the case. However, many business schools offering MBAs with a international management or business specialization have international campuses and/or foreign school affiliations in order to make international exposure and experience for the students easier to achieve.
Use the below international management/business MBA rankings in order to find the best international business MBA programs right now.
Best MBA Programs in International Management: USNews 2019 Rankings
- University of South Carolina (Moore)
- Harvard University
- New York University (Stern)
- University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
- Georgetown University (McDonough)
- University of California–Berkeley (Haas)
- Columbia University
- University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Ross)
- Saint Louis University (Chaifetz)
- Duke University (Fuqua)
- George Washington University
- Florida International University
- University of Southern California (Marshall)
- Yale University