The International Business MBA reflects Baruch College’s committment since 1947 to this important area of action and competence in globalizing economies. Courses are distributed over several functional areas to meet the demand for graduates with both a broadly-based and an international-business education.

The program prepares students for entry and managerial positions in a variety of firms, such as multinational enterprises, export and import companies, international-trade intermediaries, and financial institutions, both in the United States and abroad.

Courses in Major (12 credits) Required*

Choose two of the following five courses
International Business Analysis 3 credits
International Economics I 3 credits
International Corporate Finance 3 credits
International Business Strategy 3 credits
International Marketing Management 3 credits

*Required courses completed at the undergraduate or graduate level with grades of B or better can replaced by international courses from the list below.

Choose two courses from:
Globalization and Technology 3 credits
International Financial Markets 3 credits
International Corporate Finance 3 credits
International Business Communication 3 credits
Emerging Markets & the International Business Environment 3 credits
The Global Competitiveness of the U.S Economy 3 credits
Foreign Markets, Cultures and Regimes 3 credits
Advanced Topics in International Business 3 credits
International Business Strategy 3 credits
International Trade and Investment Law 3 credits
International Human Resource Management 3 credits
International Comparative Management 3 credits
International Commodity Trading 3 credits
International Trade Operations 3 credits
International Marketing and Global Business 3 credits
Comparative Marketing Systems 3 credits
International Marketing Management 3 credits
International Logistics 3 credits

For more information, visit the Zicklin School’s website.