Through the MBA in International Business online program students will gain an in-depth understanding of business on an international level. Students will be exposed to business, finance, marketing and economics on a global scale while learning the fundamentals necessary to apply this knowledge to their careers. Through this program, students will be armed with the knowledge of foreign government strategies, including regional and country-specific investment policies, tariff barriers, currency policies, monetary and fiscal policies, sovereign debts, and more. Graduate students enrolled in the online International Business Master’s degree program will be able to make informed investment, management, and marketing decisions. Marist College of New York’s International Business students will learn to make decisions in keeping with the role of global institutions such as International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, European Union, G20, Bank for International Settlements (BIS), and other international facilitators. 100% Online International Business Graduate Degree Program At Marist College your International Business Master’s degree can be earned virtually through our 100% online curriculum. Students can attend class and complete coursework on their own time, allowing a flexible schedule for students who are working full time.
International Business MBA Online Courses:
671 Corporate Financial Theory & Practice The Corporate Financial course through the International Business Master’s degree program is a study of the theory and practice of corporate finance with attention to financial theory as it refers to the decision-making process. The following topics are covered in detail: the modern approach to risk, the investment decision, and the theory of capital structure, dividend policy, short-term financial management, and financial forecasting. Pre-requisites: MBA All Foundation Courses 613 International Economics The International Economics course provides students with an opportunity to study the international economic context for business strategy and provides an overview of the determinants of trade between nations, comparative advantage, national trade and competitiveness policies, and exchange rates. International Business Master's degree students will also become familiar with key international institutions such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization, and regional economic institutions such as the European Union and North American Free Trade Association. Information sources regarding the balance of payments, global capital flows, and financial reserves help prepare the MBA student to understand international financial issues and institutions. MBA graduate degree program students will be able to apply the knowledge gained through case analyses of particular industries in their international business careers. Pre-requisite: All Foundation Courses, MBA 671 622 International Marketing The International Marketing course through the International Business Master's degree program will address global issues and environmental and cultural aspects of doing business internationally with special emphasis on the strategic implication of marketing in different country cultures. Decision areas include (but are not limited to) product adaptation, modes of entry, and business ethics. International Business MBA grad students will learn to plan and organize for global marketing and develop market entry strategies, market targeting, and positioning strategies as well as product, pricing, distribution, and promotion strategies. Issues of gray marketing, dumping, and transfer pricing will also be addressed. Lecture and case discussion will be used along with learning activities involving case preparation and presentation and an international marketing planning project. International Marketing class sessions will consist of varying percentages of lecture, discussion of specific assignments, student presentations, and analysis of appropriate cases. Pre-requisites: All Foundation Courses; MBA 671 672 Financial Markets and Institutions The Financial Markets and Institutions online course through the MBA in International Business degree program examine the nature and the role of financial markets and institutions in the domestic and international frameworks. The following topics are covered: the effects of monetary policy; the role of the Federal Reserve; the continuing flux in financial institutions, especially in banking; domestic and international commercial markets, and international exchange. Pre-requisites: All Foundation Courses; MBA 671
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