Every course prepares current and aspiring managers who want to branch out into the international aspects of their company, including navigating the legal landscape of global business, understanding business in emerging markets, strategizing and negotiating in worldwide markets and analyzing global business problems in marketing, currency and accounting.
Networking with leaders
Students interact with guest speakers from companies such as UPS, the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and The Coca-Cola Company. Students also visit sites such as the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport freight and cargo terminal and the Port of Savannah, one of the fastest-growing sea ports in the United States.
Through a field study, students work closely with executives from a variety of companies around the world who want to go global or expand their global presence. Past projects have included foreign country and industry studies, potential market assessments, export channels identification and entry mode selection.
Master of International Business students work for and are recruited regularly by a range of top-level organizations.
Some employers include:
- The Coca-Cola Company
- Wells Fargo
- Kids II
- Georgia Board of Regents
- Troutman Sanders
- American Heart Association
Students receive free training on resume development, salary negotiation and interview skills.
- Georgia residents: $37,500
- Non-Ga. residents: $42,500