Comments about Master of International Business - At the institution - Seattle - Washington
Master of International Business - MIB
Minimum credits required for degree: 46-67
I. Preparatory Course Work
Computer Skills and Business Calculus must be completed by the end of the first year in the program. Business Communications must be completed by the end of the first quarter in the program.
II. Leadership & Team Building
MBA 510 Leadership and Team Development 4
III. Fundamental Business Courses*
Twenty-one credits, including:
MBA 500 Introductory Business Statistics 3
MBA 503 Financial Accounting 3
MBA 505 Domestic and Global Economics 3
MBA 506 Managerial Economics 3
MBA 507 Managerial Finance 3
MBA 508 Marketing Principles 3
MBA 513 Legal and Regulatory Environment 3
*Students with previous comparable course work with a "B" (3.0) or better have the option of waiving these classes based on self-assessment materials regarding their proficiency. Students without previous course work are required to take these classes.
IV. Required Core Courses
Twenty-seven credits including:
MBA 515 Financial Management 3
MBA 517 Marketing Management 3
BETH 521 International Ethical and Cultural Issues 3
BLAW 576 International Law and Business 3
ECON 573 International Economics 3
FINC 546 Finance for International Business 3
MGMT 572 International Business Consulting 3
MGMT 573 International Management 3
MKTG 554 Topics in International Marketing 3
Choose any 4 graduate business courses 12
International Study Tours** varies
**Up to 12 credit hours. Study Tour courses may be used to satisfy required core courses in some circumstances by permission of the MIB director. If used in this way, the credits will not count toward elective requirements.
VI. Strategy & Synthesis
MGMT 589 International Policy and Strategy) 3
VII. Language Proficiency
MIB students must demonstrate intermediate-level oral competency in a foreign language prior to graduation.
VIII. International Experience
MIB students must gain international experience prior to graduation. This requirement can be met in a number of ways.
* Participation in an approved international study tour sponsored by Seattle University or another institution.
* A term or semester studying at an approved academic institution in another country.
* Working professionals who have had an overseas job assignment lasting six months or more.
* International students may also satisfy this requirement by obtaining a two-quarter internship in the United States.