Situated 60 miles from the Mexican border, the Eller College of Management is uniquely positioned to ensure that you have access to transformative opportunities in the global business environment — inside and outside of the classroom.
In addition to being a member of a diverse and vibrant learning environment, you will have access to a host of international exchange opportunities in a wide variety of countries, international summer project work in developing markets, as well as challenging international business courses in virtually every subject.
The Full-Time MBA core curriculum includes a 2-credit International Perspectives Course, BNAD 596C, in conjunction with an international trip which can be taken during the winter break of the first or second years in the program.
While we are committed to providing a strong academic curriculum, we realize that some of the best learning occurs out of the confines of a classroom. As a result, we’ve designed courses that include trips to locations around the world under the auspices of the faculty member as part of the curriculum.
Recent locations include Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Vietnam, and Singapore.
View our sample trip itinerary from a previous trip.
Or view the Brazil-Chile photoblog created by Eller MBA students Ryan Michelson and Katie Tunsky on their 2010 international trip.
Dual MBA/Master of International Management Degree
If you want a more intense focus on international business, you can obtain a dual Eller MBA/Master of International Management degree in three years. This degree is offered in partnership with the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona.
Selected elective courses include:
- MGMT 535: International Management
- ENTR/MGMT 553 - International Business with Special Emphasis on India
- ACCT 529: International Accounting and Taxation
- ECON 543: International Trade Theory
- BNAD 522: Global Economic Development
- ENTR/MGMT 514:International Management Services, 24 hour Knowledge Factory
- ENTR/MGMT 589: Outsourcing of Professional Activities: Analysis of Strategic, Technical, Organizational, and Economic Aspects
For more information, please contact us.