Today’s corporate executives oversee workers on multiple continents, and supply chains stretch that from the U.S. to Asia and back to your doorstep. They compete for market-share around the world, in hot competition with foreign rivals.
In our global management program, you will learn the business strategy and cultural awareness you'll need to flourish in our interconnected world. See the big picture of the global flow of goods and currency, focus on a particular region or country by learning a language, and explore your role as a global actor.
Globalization requires managers to negotiate across cultures, enter new markets, coordinate sourcing relationships, and cope with intense competitive pressures. Through the global management program, students learn about the complex flows of goods and capital and the differences of location and politics that influence global business strategy in an uncertain world. To gain global perspective, students in this program become proficient in another language and study the political and economic forces shaping the international system. Many students also study abroad and have the opportunity to prepare for and reflect on those experiences in their global management courses.