Study abroad and travel to major business hubs with Lynn University’s MBA in International Business Management program. Examine financial aspects of international business with an emphasis on cultural and regional business standards.
With the MBA in International Business Management program, you’ll study cross-cultural communication that you can use globally. Learn from experts in the field who will provide the top methods in business plan development, international expansion and global resource management.
The MBA in International Business Management program is also available online through our iLynn program, offering flexibility for those with work and family obligations.
What you’ll learn in the MBA in International Business Management program
- Advanced business and management skills
- Domestic, international and global insights
- International trade within the public sector, sales and marketing, and international banking
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At Lynn University, we embrace technology by encouraging our students to engage with course content through iPads, and our professors can develop custom course materials.
International Business Management curriculum
With the MBA in International Business Management program, you’ll gain advanced business and management skills with a specialization in international business. Professors teach from personal experience and share their firsthand knowledge in business and management.
Graduates must complete a total of 36 credits in the following categories:
- 18 MBA foundational credits
- 9 elective credits
- 9 specialization credits
MBA 661: International Trade and Investment
Analyze international trade and investment from the perspective of globalization. Focus on the traditional theories of trade and investment. Learn the normative aspects of international economics and commerce and the latest development and integration of the world economy.
MBA 665: International Finance
Explore the tools (e.g., hedging, swaps, counter trade) and methods financial managers use to solve financial problems that emanate from fluctuating currency exchange rates, currency exchange controls, tariffs, taxes, inflation and accounting practices.
MBA 667: Focused Country/Region Studies
Address the cultural, economic, political, labor, and legal characteristics of different regions/countries. In addition to the environmental factors, business opportunities and competitive advantage of the region/country will be discussed. Gain the knowledge and skills to identify global opportunities and succeed in the world's most dynamic economies and markets.
International business careers
Lynn’s MBA in International Business Management program is consistently producing highly skilled and successful professionals. And those skills you receive will allow you to thrive in managerial and director roles in both domestic and international landscapes. There are many international business careers and opportunities for graduate students of the MBA in International Business Management program, including:
- Corporate manager
- Chief executive/information officer
- Global business manager
Our alumni have gone on to work with some notable companies locally and globally, such as Merrill Lynch in New York, Tyco in Boca Raton and PricewaterhouseCoopers in London. With an MBA from Lynn, graduates are prepared to work with domestic, international and global corporations in industries such as:
- International trade with the public sector
- Sales and marketing
- International and financial banking