The Portland State University (PSU) Master of International Management program, an accredited degree program through the School of Business Administration focusing on the dynamic markets of Asia's Pacific Rim, is holding an information session. Academic director of PSU's Master of International Management Program, Cliff Allen, admissions director Jeff Millard and program alumni will be on site to discuss the program and answer questions.
When: Thursday, October 23rd, 2008
Where: PSU School of Business Administration building, room 550 (631 SW Harrison St.)
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Master of International Management program provides students with the business skills needed to broaden career opportunities and prepare for leadership roles in global business. The Master of International Management is a 15 month full-time and 27 month part-time program that combines language, international relations and international business studies with a three-week field study in Japan, China and Korea. The program features language study in Japanese or Mandarin Chinese and focuses on practical skills for conversation and business negotiations. Specializations range from Global Business and Sustainability, Global Marketing, Global Supply Chain Management, International Corporate Financial Management to International Non-Governmental Organization Leadership, giving students an edge in rapidly expanding global markets.
Interested individuals are encouraged to attend the information session to learn more about the components of the degree, its flexible full and part time student options and to speak with knowledgeable program directors and alumni.