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International Management Degree Program

(Management Major, BS in Business)

Competing in a global economy requires new skills and new perspectives. Businesses across the globe face pressures from customers, social and environmental organizations, governments, and communities to meet new expectations.  At the same time, they face unprecedented pressure to stay competitive in a global marketplace.

The International Management Concentration helps students develop skills to identify and act upon new competitive opportunities resulting from these pressures.  They learn skills to compete effectively in a world in which success comes from anticipating and meeting constantly changing expectations.

Students in the International Management concentration complete the core curriculum in business (39 units) that is taken by all business students.  The International Management program consists of upper division courses in international marketing, international economics, international finance, and social impact, along with a wide range of electives tailored to their specific interests.  The program can be completed in four years of study.

Disclaimer: Median salary information is based on sources such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other agencies. Menlo College makes no claims or promises about graduate salaries as these may vary.

Degree requirements

International Management Degree Program requirements (PDF)

Professors

Soumendra De
Fabian Eggers
Shalini Gopalkrishnan
Dima Leshchinskii
Kathi Lovelace
Marianne Marar Yacobian
Craig Medlen
Bruce Paton
Annika Steiber
Manish Tewari

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