International Management

International management jobs provide exciting travel opportunities. Positions may be short term or longer term. International management jobs are available in a number of exciting fields. For those that are interested in IB/IM as a concentration or special emphasis, one must become increasing comfortable with adaptability.

The International Management Concentration requires a minimum of 15 hours of courses above the required core courses. To satisfy requirements for this concentration, students must take five (5) international management courses.

International Management and International Management in Latin America Concentration Checklist

Download the checklist for MBA students that is appropriate for you based on your start semester. Please use this worksheet as a guide to satisfy your graduation requirements. Check off the courses as you complete them to keep track of your progress.

Checklist for International Management students:

Download International
Management Checklist

Questions regarding concentration requirements should be addressed with your MBA advisor or with the International Management Faculty Concentration Advisor.

Previous Checklists

Older checklists for students admitted prior to the semester listed can request a checklist from their Academic Advisor.

Careers in International Management

Download a brief primer to help you develop ways to become aware of the career opportunities available to you and to help you articulate the distinct skills one acquires as they gain professional credentials in international business and management (IB/IM). For additional information

For additional career information, including average yearly salaries and sample occupations, please review the Careers in International Management handout. For additional questions and career guidance, please consult Anderson Career Services.

International Management Faculty Concentration Advisors

Raul Gouvea
  • Raul Gouvea
  • Professor
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  • Phone: (505) 277-8448
  • Office: ASM 2106
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  • Bio: Dr. Gouvea received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1988 and joined the faculty at UNM in 1988.
    Professor Gouvea teaches a number of international management courses, including International Management, Management in Latin America, International Entrepreneurship, and Green Economics.
    Professor Gouvea is the founder and Chair of a number of conferences such as Fostering Indigenous Business and Entrepreneurship in the Americas (FIBEA), Sustainability & Disability (SUDI), Legal Implications of the Green Economy (LIEGE), and co-founded and co-chaired the Water, Innovation, Technology and Sustainability Conferences (WITS).
    He has published over 80 articles in a number of management, economic,  and Latin American Studies Journals, such as the Modern Economy, Journal of Business Ethics, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Thunderbird International Business Review, International Journal of Environmental Studies, Defense & Security Analysis, International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, Journal of Latin American Studies, Latin American Research Review, Revista Brasileira de Economia, Estudos Economicos,Revista de Economia Politica, Estudios de Economia, and El Trimestre Economico. 

Department Contact Information

The International Management Concentration falls within the Finance, International and Innovation (FII) Department. For more information on this department, including contact information for the department chair, please visit the FITE Department Website.

Randy Trask

MBA, Management of Technology
Owner and President
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When it comes to a quality MBA program at an affordable price, nothing beats Anderson School of Management. It was an easy decision to make. I finished the program prepared for growth in my career and with no student debt.
The MBA program at Anderson taught me the high level critical thinking and problem solving skills that are demanded of business executives. Those skills, combined with the student and faculty contacts I still call upon today, have given me an important edge in a competitive business employment environment.
Thanks to my education from Anderson I was able to secure a job out of college as an International Trade Specialist for local government. In just a few years I had the privilege to become New Mexico’s Director of Mexican Affairs and Trade, advising the Governor on issues pertaining to the State’s relationship with Mexico. I worked on Borderplex development and helped local companies do business in Mexico. Today, I own my own international trade and tourism consulting firm working with multiple governments to help use international business as a strategic economic development tool.