Our program includes:
An outstanding balance of professors who teach in the program, including faculty who:
- have international reputations in the field of cross-cultural management
- are gaining an international reputation in supply chain management
- have extensive global business experience
- publish research on global topics in high impact journals and book publications
A curriculum that is equal to or superior to the top-rated international business programs as rated by US News & World Report.
Our program requires:
- breadth and depth of coverage. The curriculum covers breadth in its unique core of classes that are broad in their
inclusion of global perspectives, yet clearly business-focused in context to ensure
a practical perspective.
- either a study abroad or a practicum experience by completing a foreign internship experience. Only some of the top-rated IB programs in the U.S. require either a foreign study
or a foreign internship experience.
- demonstrated cultural awareness. We offer globally focused courses addressing the impact of cultural differences on
management, leadership, marketing, negotiation, human resources, supply chain management,
foreign trade, and investment in emerging markets.
In addition, the Global Business Management Association, our student club, sponsors
company visits, guest speakers from the business community, meets regularly and has
networking activities is an excellent addition to the formal GBM program.