Our faculty uses a variety of teaching methodologies to develop key capabilities required in the ever increasing complexity of the global economy and international markets, like: active learning, group projects and simulations.
Students of our regular part-time MIB program will participate during 4 semesters in different courses and activities, requiring 24 hours of classroom presence (also videoconference possible) and 72 hours studying remotely per month.
Students who have the opportunitiy to dedicate all day to studying can plan their courses in a way to realize their full-time MIB in only 2 semesters. Those students will be required to have 48 hours of classroom presence (also videoconference possible) and 144 hours studying remotely per month.
-Risk Management in International Business.
-Theories on Company Internationalization.
-Doing Business in Europe*.
-Advanced Negotiation Techniques.
-International Project Management.
-Doing Business in Asia*.
-Doing Business in Latin America*.
* not offered in 2020 but available for international exchange credit recognition.