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MBA International Management and International Management in Latin America Concentration Checklist

All concentration information effective for students admitted Fall 2014 or after.

Concentration Overview

International Management and the more specialized International Management in Latin America concentrations at the Anderson School of Management develop global managers who contribute to and lead organizations in diverse social, economic, cultural, and political environments. International Management professionals have the skills to exercise power responsibly. Innovative and entrepreneurial, graduates of the International Management concentrations are able to pursue new opportunities in changing business climates.

Students who are interested in careers in International Management should meet with a faculty advisor early in their program to discuss career options and to have their course selections approved. Students who are serious about an International Management career should also consider acquiring some first-hand experience by living and working or studying abroad. For all but a handful of countries, students will benefit greatly from mastering a foreign language.

International Management Concentration Requirements

The MBA International Management concentration requires 12 hours (4 courses) of graduate coursework above the required core courses.

Required Courses - Choose four (4) from the following:

MGMT 524Seminar on Mexican Economy and Markets
MGMT 527Global/International Experiential Learning
Read the documents below regarding MGMT 527
How MGMT 527 Works
MGMT 527 Proposal Form
MGMT 548Seminar in International Accounting - Prerequisite: MGMT 502
MGMT 560Seminar in Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior - Prerequisite: MGMT 506
MGMT 569Negotiation Strategies
MGMT 574Seminar in International Financial Management - Prerequisite: MGMT 526
MGMT 583International Marketing Management - Prerequisite: MGMT 522
*MGMT 594International Management Special Topics
MGMT 595Management in Latin America
MGMT 596International Entrepreneurship
MGMT 597International Strategy - Prerequisite: MGMT 511 and (548 or 574 or 583)
MGMT 697Internship (Concentration advisor permission required-see Career Services Office)

* Special Topics Courses are not offered on a regular basis. Many different concentrations with different content can fall under the MGMT 594 Special Topics heading. Special Topics can only be taken if the content is specific to International Management and International Management in Latin America concentrations.

https://mba.mgt.unm.edu/concentrations/international.asp

International Management in Latin America Concentration Requirements

The MBA International Management in Latin America concentration requires 12 hours (4 courses) of graduate coursework above the required core courses.

Required Courses - Students must complete the following:

MGMT 524Seminar on Mexican Economy and Markets
MGMT 595Management in Latin America

And TWO (2) other courses selected from the following:

MGMT 527Global/International Experiential Learning
Read the documents below regarding MGMT 527
How MGMT 527 Works
MGMT 527 Proposal Form
MGMT 548Seminar in International Accounting - Prerequisite: MGMT 502
MGMT 560Seminar in Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior - Prerequisite: MGMT 506
MGMT 569Negotiation Strategies
MGMT 574Seminar in International Financial Management - Prerequisite: MGMT 526
MGMT 583International Marketing Management - Prerequisite: MGMT 522
*MGMT 594International Management Special Topics
MGMT 596International Entrepreneurship
MGMT 597International Strategy - Prerequisite: MGMT 511 and (548 or 574 or 583)

* Special Topics Courses are not offered on a regular basis. Many different concentrations with different content can fall under the MGMT 496/594 Special Topics heading. Special Topics can only be taken if the content is specific to International Management and International Management in Latin America concentrations.

International Business Students Global

International Business Students Global (IBSG) is a group of global and international business professionals comprised of the highest caliber students at the University of New Mexico's Anderson School of Management interested in questions of international management, corporate citizenship, and the global political economy.

https://mba.mgt.unm.edu/concentrations/international.asp

International Management and International Management in Latin America Faculty Advisors

Raul Gouvea


Manuel Montoya


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