M.A. International Business
The international business curriculum is designed to enable you to examine and understand the complexities and processes involved in the international business community. Coursework provides exposure to the historical, legal, political, and economic factors that are key elements in a study of this subject. The dynamics of conducting business in an international context are examined.
Successful graduates of this program will be able to:
- Demonstrate foundation knowledge in the functional areas of a global business.
- Analyze the complexities of global businesses.
- Identify cultural aspects, and infer how culture affects the business environment in global regions.
- Apply administrative and managerial theories as they relate to problem solving in the global business context.
- Select and apply appropriate tools for facilitation of international trade.
- Select, explain, and apply strategies and tools for solving complex problems posed by managing global businesses.
- Signed Application Form
- Proof of English Proficiency:
- TOEFL: PBT 550 | iBT 80
- IELTS: 6.5
- Pearson: 53
- Undergraduate Transcripts
- Essay: 300-500 word essay on a topic of your choice OR Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- One Letter of Recommendation
- Copy of Passport ID Page
- Official University/College Transcripts (for Transfer Students)
- Some programs have additional entry requirements. Please contact your advisor for more information.
: 18 months - 2 years (39 Credit Hours)
: St. Louis Webster Groves.
Distinctive campuses and network:
- The beautiful and vibrant home campus located in Webster Groves offers undergraduate and graduate programs
- Students are able to create a unique experience based on each Webster University campus location while being assured of consistent academic quality at each location in each program
- A global reach with locations around the world and online—offers quality, convenience and access to learning
- Webster Groves/St. Louis is one node in the worldwide network. Ideas, academic content and contact with students and faculty are constant and free flowing throughout the Webster network