Why PlusOne MS in International Management?
Thanks to PlusOne, you can get a jump start on your MS in International Management at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. It’s a fast-paced program that attracts energetic and dynamic professionals with a global mindset.
- Start Early – 1st graduate classes start in the fall of your senior year. There are several prerequisites that must be completed before this.
- Learn from Distinguished Faculty – An opportunity to learn from one of the world’s largest and most decorated collections of international business and strategy scholars. Thought leaders in global leadership, strategic management, and emerging market strategies.
After completing your bachelor’s degree, which will include completing graduate credits that will double count toward both degrees, the MS in International Management requires another 15 credits of graduate coursework in International Management.
Careful curriculum planning with your undergraduate academic advisor is essential to ensure you’re eligible and ready to start your masters-level coursework in the fall. This program is open to BS in International Business students only.
Requirements for Application
minimum cumulative GPA
minimum GPA in the following courses:
- ACCT 1201/2/9,
- ACCT 2201/2/9,
- FINA 2201/2/9,
- ORGB 3201/2/9
successfully completed 6-month co-ops
|ACCT 1201||Financial Accounting and Reporting|
|MKTG 2201||Introduction to Marketing|
|FINA 2201||Financial Management|
|ORGB 3201||Organizational Behavior|
Required Graduate Courses
|INTB 6200||Managing the Global Enterprise|
|MECN 6203||Global Managerial Economics|
|ENTR 6200||Enterprise Growth and Innovation|
and 2 graduate electives
|STRT 6210||Workforce Metrics and Analytics|
|INTB 6226||Becoming a Global Leader|
and 3 graduate electives
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