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A master of business administration (MBA) is awarded to graduate students who complete a program of study that explores various aspects of the business world, including marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources. It is both a professional and terminal degree.
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The MBA in Global Business and Strategy is a dual-degree and global MBA program created in association with the Belk College of Business at the University of North Caroli
The MBA in Global Business and Strategy is a dual-degree and global MBA program created in association with the Belk College of Business at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), which represents a successful partnership between two prestigious business schools focused on the education of global leaders.
This global MBA prepares executives to work in a multi-cultural environment with the ability to define and implement business strategies that will produce competitive advantages in global organizations. The program provides the ideal environment for interaction, open discussion and mutual enrichment of leadership skills required in worldwide organizations.
Executive live sessions with Belk College of Business faculty at EGADE Business School Monterrey
Duration: 1.5 - 2.5 years
Program Intake: April and September
The College’s M.B.A. program equips students with leadership skills and business acumen to serve both the profit and not-for-profit sectors. The program offers a student-
MBA - International Business
This concentration is intended primarily for persons in business careers who are interested in developing a broader understanding of the practices, structures, and systems that determine the contours of global commerce today. It is especially appropriate for individuals who have established a career in a U.S. business organization, and want to become more involved in the organization’s foreign activities. The program would also be appropriate for foreign students who desire an American M.B.A. degree but intend to use the knowledge gained through study in this country to advance their careers back home.