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MIM Business Curriculum

The Master of International Management program begins with a core curriculum of business courses, just like an MBA. The MIM degree then moves beyond a traditional MBA with the development of global expertise through intensive study of Asian language, culture and politics including a trip overseas.

The MIM degree focuses on international issues instead of local or regional ones. The business coursework emphasizes global and international issues, particularly as they relate to the Asia Pacific Rim markets. For example, students address a specifically international business issue in their final International Business Research Project. Students also choose electives according to one of three international business specializations: Global Marketing, Global Supply Chain Management and International Finance.

Traditional MBA Curriculum

Business Strategy
Managerial & Cost Accounting
Human Resource Management
Managing Information Technology
Operations Management
Applied Accounting
Traditional MBA Electives
MBA Business Experience

PSU MIM Curriculum

Global Strategy
Global Marketing, Research & Innovation
Global Managerial & Cost Accounting
Global Human Resource Management
Global Business Communications
Managing Information Technology Globally
Comparative Operations Management
Accounting for Global Enterprises
MIM Specializations
International Consulting Project



MIM - Specific Courses

Asian Language Study
Intercultural Competence & Communications
Pacific Rim Economies, Trade & Financial Markets
Contemporary Pacific Rim & World Affairs
International Business Negotiations
Global Leadership & Ethics
3-Week Asia Field Study (& 4th week option in SE Asia)
Age of the Pacific Seminar Series