International Management, MS

The MS in International Management is a full-time program that allows students to live, study, and learn in two countries. This master’s program is available in single and double degree options. With a curriculum focusing on topics ranging from international trade to globalization of the world economy, the MS in International Management is designed to help young professionals thrive in today’s international marketplace. 

The Single Degree MS in International Management is a one-year global management program designed for young professionals. You may elect to study at D'Amore-McKim for either your fall or spring semester and at a partner business school in a different country for the other term. This master’s program is collaboratively offered by six leading international business schools through the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS). The classes always start in fall. The length of the program varies depending on your choice of schools and their thesis requirements. D’Amore-McKim does not require a thesis, but you may elect to complete one in lieu of an elective course.

The Double Degree MS in International Management is an 18-month, challenging program that attracts high caliber students from around the world. You may elect to study at D'Amore-McKim for either your fall or spring semester and at NEOMA Business School for the other term. The classes always start in fall. After completing one semester of study on each campus, preparing a thesis for NEOMA, and undertaking a experiential learning opportunity (project work in the U.S. or a six-month internship in the European Union), you will graduate with degrees from both business schools.

Learn more about this program on the D’Amore-McKim website.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Core Requirements

Required core
FINA 6209Introduction to International Accounting and Finance3
INTB 6226Becoming a Global Leader3
INTB 6260Advanced Topics in Global Management and Strategy3
MGSC 6209Business Statistics3

Electives

Complete six electives from the following:18
Enterprise Growth and Innovation
Family Business Leadership and Governance
Corporate Entrepreneurship through Global Growth, Acquisitions, and Alliances
International Finance Management
International Business Management
Doing Business in Emerging Markets
Global Managerial Economics
International Marketing
Global Supply Chain Strategy
Workforce Metrics and Analytics

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

30 total semester hours required
Minimum GPA 3.000 required

Year 1
FallHoursSpringHours
FINA 62093INTB 62263
MGSC 62093INTB 62603
Complete three electives from the following:9Complete three electives from the following:9
 15 15
Total Hours: 30