The International Finance MBA Concentration will prepare students to understand how global financial markets function, including regulations and other international finance requirements. With the globalization of business, international finance has emerged as an important program for students interested in international business operations.
MBA International Finance graduates work as general managers, analysts, and other positions for global organizations.
|6400:681||Multinational Corporate Finance||(3 credits)|
|6400:691||International Markets and Investments||(3 credits)|
|6400:538||International Banking||(3 credits)|
|Choose 3 credits from the following|
|6400:631||Financial Markets and Institutions||(3 credits)|
|6400:645||Investment Analysis||(3 credits)|
|6400:650||Techniques of Financial Modeling||(3 credits)|
|6400:678||Capital Budgeting||(3 credits)|
|6400:697||Independent Study in Finance||(3 credits)|
|6400:698||Independent Study: Business Law||(3 credits)|
(*Required for students with no work experience; taken for credit but not applied toward graduation requirements.)
Gateway courses may be waived based on recent comparable coursework or waiver exams.
Students must show proficiency in the following areas critical to success in the MBA:
There are many ways to show proficiency, including testing.
*All core and Professional courses require Excel, writing and statistics proficiency prior to enrollment.
The Action learning course CAN be satisfied within the concentration. Review the full list of approved Action Learning courses.
(Restricted to students graduating within two semesters.)
Students currently admitted to this program may have different course requirements than those listed here. Refer to your official Program Checklist and DARS in My Akron for your program requirements.