Graduates of this master’s program will be culturally sensitive, with an international orientation, business acumen, and the analytic skills needed to navigate an increasingly interconnected and fast-paced world.
The MS in International Business is designed to provide talented, driven students the exposure to the global business environment that will distinguish them as they enter the workforce. This program, which can be completed in just one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study, provides the opportunity to learn in the heart of Boston, home to one of the largest, most vibrant, and highly regarded global marketplaces in the U.S.
- Program Structure: 30 total credits. 7 core business courses, 2 electives in social sciences and humanities, and an international field study.
- Class Schedule: Majority of classes are offered in the evening at 5:20pm or 7:30pm, Monday–Thursday
- Time to Complete: One year for full-time study, two years for part-time study
You will develop critical skills to handle the opportunities and challenges in organizations and businesses operating internationally. If you are seeking practical knowledge and would like to build a solid foundation for a career in the global economy, this is the program for you.
Meet some of our students
“At D’Amore-McKim, I have been able to build many practical skills through my various coursework.” says, Tieu
“MSIB is an interesting program where you are able to interact with students from different nationalities, preparing you for your future career in this global world.” says, Beukenboom
“The IFS is a big plus and the events and expos the school holds for its students provide ample exposure to companies and their employees. All these networking events prove to be a huge help in building one’s career.” says, Kadam
- There is an average of 678 for admitted students. Part-time students may be eligible to waive the GMAT and GRE application requirement if they have five or more years of professional experience and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. To learn if you qualify, complete this form.
- Where do I apply? Students can apply through this application.
- Interview Required? By invitation.
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Prerequisite Undergraduate Business Courses
- Introduction to Financial Accounting or Introduction to Managerial Accounting
- Organizational Behavior or Introduction to Marketing
- Financial Management
|You will need to have successfully completed three prerequisite undergraduate business courses from an accredited U.S. institution or the equivalent with a minimum grade of a 3.00 in each class. You may enroll or be enrolled in classes fulfilling the prerequisite courses while you apply for admission to this program. Please provide official transcripts showing the completed coursework when available.|
Required MS in International Business Curriculum
INTB 6226 | 3 credits
FINA 6204 | 3 credits
MKTG 6206 | 3 credits
FINA 6209 | 3 credits
MECN 6203 | 3 credits
SCHM 6213 | 3 credits
INTB 6200 | 3 credits
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In the D’Amore-McKim Graduate Certificate in International Business, you will gain exposure to the essentials of international business practice.