International Management, MS

In collaboration with the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS), the Master of Science in International Management (MIM) is designed to prepare students for careers in global economy. The MIM offers an opportunity to study in two continents, in two very different countries, with very different educational systems. Students who study for their first or second semesters at Northeastern University take the courses listed under the Program Requirements tab. Students who study at Northeastern University during the fall semester earn the Master of Science in International Management from the partner university where they study during their second semester. Students who study at Northeastern University during the spring semester earn the Northeastern University Master of Science in International Management.  Learn more about the IPBS MIM program.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Required Course Work

Fall Semester

Required courses
FINA 6209Introduction to International Accounting and Finance3
MGSC 6209Business Statistics3
Electives
Complete three electives from the following:9
International Business Management
Global Managerial Economics
International Marketing
Family Business Leadership and Governance
Corporate Entrepreneurship through Global Growth, Acquisitions, and Alliances

Spring Semester

Required Courses
FINA 6204International Finance Management3
INTB 6226Becoming a Global Leader3
INTB 6260Advanced Topics in Global Management and Strategy3
Electives
Complete two electives from the following:6
Enterprise Growth and Innovation
Workforce Metrics and Analytics
Global Supply Chain Strategy

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

30 total semester hours required
Minimum GPA 3.000 required