International Business

For those wishing to conduct business overseas, or advance their careers in an increasingly multi-cultural, international market, the MBA in International Business offers an excellent, practical option, with the possibility to travel overseas.

The MBA program at FSU requires students to complete 36 credit hours for MBA with the concentration in International Business. 

Concentration-specific Electives 

ACCT 650 - International Accounting

The study of international dimensions of accounting and control; international business and multinational strategy; accounting systems and global environment; the comparative International Accounting systems and practices including comparative International Analysis of financial statements; International Disclosure Trends and Financial Analysis; Management Control of Global operations; International Taxation; and External Auditing of foreign operations.

Credits: 3

BADM 604 - International Business Law

A study of public law of International trade, investment restrictions, technology transfer law, and other politics control over international law such as, law of treaties and the law of international and intergovernmental organizations, comparative analysis of international sales law, licensing of patents, copyrights and trademarks, federal corrupt practices act, North American Free Trade Agreement and investment law in developing countries.

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor
Credits: 3

FINC 655 - International Finance

This course is designed to recognize the increasing importance of global integration of money and capital markets, a trend that is creating expanded opportunities for both investors and organizations that need to raise capital. This course will focus on macroeconomic issues such as the significance of balance of payments deficits, microeconomic issues such as capital budgeting for multinational corporations, a detailed discussion of international markets, and analysis of risk and effect of diversification on an international basis.

Credits: 3

MGMT 660 - International Business Management

A study of public law of International trade, investment restrictions, technology transfer law, and other politics control over international law such as, law of treaties and the law of international and intergovernmental organizations, comparative analysis of international sales law, licensing of patents, copyrights and trademarks, federal corrupt practices act, North American Free Trade Agreement and investment law in developing countries.

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor
Credits: 3

MKTG 650 - International Marketing

This course explores methods applied to estimate market potential and to serve markets outside the United States; methods to serve these markets through branches, warehousing operations, international brokers and traders and foreign affiliates, adaptations to markets in countries with different cultural, political and economic characteristics, and reviews of the marketing and distribution methods of a selected number of U.S. and foreign companies.

Credits: 3

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Career Outlook

Careers in International Business

Students who graduate with an MBA with a concentration in International Business will have the required skills to apply for the following positions:

  • International Business Development Manager 
  • International Sales Manager 
  • Global Business Manager 
  • International Market Research Manager 
  • International Marketing Manager 
  • Market Research Analyst