MBA International Business

California Miramar University

Program Description

MBA International Business

California Miramar University

CMU International Business MBA online programs allows students to immerse themselves in their international business studies from a distance. International marketing, business management, and economics courses are just a few examples of our affordable online MBA offerings. Read on for more detailed descriptions of our MBA online programs.

The MBA Curriculum consists of 13 courses:

  • 9 Required Core Classes, including the Business Strategy Capstone
  • 4 Area of Emphasis Courses

International Business MBA students at California Miramar University choose 4 International Business courses from the following list:

  • MKT 6003 International Marketing
  • MGT 6601 International Business Management
  • ECO 6641 International Economics
  • FIN 6651 International Finance
  • BUS 6671 International Business Law


MKT 6003 International Marketing
Provides thorough coverage of international marketing, with a strong emphasis on the issues confronting companies that market across cultural boundaries. Also stresses the importance of the internet in global marketing when penetrating and exploring new markets. This courses uses real-life examples to illustrate salient issues that are continually discussed within and outside of the text. (3 credit hours)

MGT 6601 International Business Management
Explores aspects of international and transnational business including exchange rates, cultural differences and political risks. Also discusses issues related to controlling and staffing enterprises that are physically remote from a business' primary location, and fashioning business relationships with those who have differing forms of conducting business. (3 credit hours)

ECO 6641 International Economics
This course examines trade and international economics, by considering comparative advantage and the factors of production. Explores how growth is influenced by trade, as well as how international trade affects the global welfare of people and events. Additional topics include: effects of labor (foreign and domestic), capital movements between regions, trade restrictions on environmental and political policies, and the key factors that influence relative costs between countries. (3 credit hours)

FIN 6651International Finance
Addresses international monetary systems, balance of payments, adjustment mechanisms, international interdependence, and the relationship between domestic monetary and exchange rate policies. This course also presents arbitrage and arbitrage like transactions playing a key role in financial contracts, as well as the finance methodologies of multinational corporations, foreign exchange and banker’s acceptances. (3 credit hours)

BUS 6671 International Business Law
This course examines laws regulating international activities including managerial issues, trade, licensing and investment from an international managerial perspective. Students will study the function and importance of public international law, as well as the role of public and private international organizations in setting guidelines for international business. Additional topics include: review of the legal aspects of establishing an overseas operation, joint venturing abroad, using a foreign distributor and exporting technology. (3 credit hours)

This school offers programs in:
  • English

Last updated June 6, 2016
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This course is Online & Campus Combined
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Sept., 2017
8 weeks
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Start date Sept., 2017
USA San Diego, California
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