MS in International Business

Engage in an interactive dialogue among a diverse group of students and faculty through a global online classroom. Learn about international business and solve real problems while operating across borders — as is required of business leaders in today’s complex global environment.

  • Fully online
  • 30 credit hours
  • A cross-cultural education without leaving town
  • Only regional and NC program solely focused on an international business education
  • Engage in experiential international learning opportunities including X-Culture
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Learn all facets of international business and solve real-world business challenges to become a world-class leader in an interconnected world.

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downloadThe Bryan School of Business and Economics holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from the AACSB – a distinction held by only 1% of business schools in the world.

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