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About the International MBA
What will I learn in the International MBA program?
Does Marylhurst offer health insurance?
What student resources does Marylhurst provide?
Is student housing available at Marylhurst?
Will I study with American students?
You'll begin your program with courses in intercultural communications, global management and an introduction to business portfolio building. In these entry courses, you'll draw from business and organizational experience in your home country, and see how interconnected business activities are across the globe.
From there, you'll move into courses in organizational behavior, law and economics, always with an emphasis on the dynamic global business environment. Gradually, we'll introduce quantitative content with a global perspective on topics including economics, accounting, finance and research methods. You'll study leadership and decision making, with an emphasis on developing an understanding of international implications.
As you move into the last phase of the program, you'll study strategic planning, technology and marketing while preparing your international capstone project and, in many cases gaining practical experience with an organization, such as completing an internship.
Marylhurst University does not offer student health insurance. However, comprehensive
medical plans are available to registered students.
» More information about health insurance.
Marylhurst provides a wide array of resources to support students in achieving their
academic and personal goals.
» More information about student resources at Marylhurst.
Marylhurst University does not offer on campus housing. However, we have put together
a set of resources to help students who are seeking a place to live in the Portland
and surrounding area.
» More information on student housing.
You'll take all of your International MBA classes with other international students. You'll have opportunities, however, to interact with American students enrolled in other MBA programs on campus.