Master of International Business (MIB)


Program Learning Outcomes

The MBA in International Business is designed to provide a unique opportunity for graduate business students to develop skills in international business collaboration and global business operations. By the end of this program, students will be able to evaluate business issues from a transnational perspective, integrating multiple business disciplines, to work more effectively with others by other, to analyze international business situations and to anticipate future trends and cope proactively with the volatility of the global business environment and create value through proactive networking in international contexts. Students are required to complete 48 credit hours which include 12 credits for basic core courses, 15 credits for major core courses, 9 credits for elective courses, and 12 credits for integrative courses and research paper or research project or research thesis.


Code               Course Title                                                             Credit                                    

Basic Courses                                                                                             12 credits

ECO501         Applied Statistics & Forecasting                                 (3)

ECO502         Managerial Economics                                                (3)

MGT501         Management and Organization Development  (3)

MKT501         Marketing Management & Strategy                            (3)

Major Courses                                                                                              15 credits

INB513           International Business Strategy                                  (3)

INB614           Cross-Cultural Management                                       (3)

INB611           Business Models & Entrepreneurship                         (3)

INB616           International Operations Management             (3)

Elective Courses                                                                                           9 credits

FIN502           Corporate Finance                                                       (3)

INB506           Global Economic Politics                                            (3)

INB526           Legal Issues in International Business                        (3)

MGT513         Operations Management                                             (3)

MKT602         Communication and Public Opinions                          (3)

MKT618         E-Commerce                                                               (3)

MGT621         Research Methodology                                               (3)

MGT505         Quantitative Analysis for Managers                            (3)

Final Semester (3 options)

Option I:        Final Exam. (3 courses + Paper)                                          12 credits

INB615           International Organizational Behavior                         (3)

INB613           International Finance Management                             (3)

INB612           Innovation for the Marketing                                        (3)

             INB617           Research Paper                                                           (3)                              

Option II:      Project (2 courses + Project)                                                  12 credits

INB618:         Research Project                                                                       (6)

Option III:     Thesis (No course + Thesis)                                                 12 credits

            INB619           Research Thesis                                                          (12)                                                    

Total                                                                                                               48 credits