Master Degree in International Management
The Master’s of International Management MIM program has been designed to prepare students who have already completed a course of study in a non-business-related field. The 36-credit MIM degree program can be completed within one academic year (consisting of two semesters). The coursework encompasses a variety of topics in business administration and economics, qualifying students for a future in business administration and public relations.
Many international business positions are available within the United States, but opportunities for working and traveling abroad are in abundance. In addition to basic business principles, students will become familiar with the linguistic, social, economic and political conditions and business practices of several countries. Principles in business administration as well as the application of economics and the psychology of marketing are covered.
No particular field of undergraduate specialization is required for admission to the program, but a year of undergraduate mathematics is strongly advised.
Courses towards the MIM can be taken at Madrid, but students will need to complete in Florida, Heidelberg or Online (read more)
Thanks to Schiller’s unique monthly-intake system, you can start your education at any time of the year. You don’t have to wait for traditional semester starting dates. Every month there’s a new start at Schiller.
|Required Business Core Courses||Credits|
|BA 501||Organizational Behavior||3|
|BA 510||Business Economics||3|
|BA 515||Managerial Finance||3|
|BA 529||Multinational Business Management||3|
|BA 589||Methods of Research and Analysis||3|
|IT 576||IT Applications in Business||3|
|Required International Business Courses||Credits|
|BA 522||International Marketing||3|
|BA 544||Human Resources Management||3|
|BA 560||International Business Law||3|
|BA 570||Managerial Communications for International Business||3|
|Required MIM Courses||Credits|
|BA 513||Managerial and Financial Accounting||3|
|Total Credits Required||36|