University of Delaware

The University of Delaware’s online M.S. in International Business is a powerful AACSB-accredited degree that quickly globalizes your career. Just 10 courses stand between you and multinational organization success. Earning the degree — with specialized coursework on international financial modeling, marketplace globalization, and building an international network — means you’re ready to lead your career or your company anywhere in the world.

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Master of Science – International Business

Earning the 100% online Master of Science in International Business (MSIB) degree — with specialized coursework on international financial modeling, marketplace globalization, and building an international network — means you’re ready to lead your career or your company anywhere in the world.

Finish in 18 Months

The degree can be completed in as few as 18 months, and focuses on the many intricate details that could mean success or failure to an organization operating internationally, or one that plans to globalize its operations. It prepares professionals at every level in how you deal with the nuances of strategies, operations, and public policy in international business.

  • Learn international business specifics such as: frameworks and assessment of operations in other countries, management and leadership across different cultures and economies, public policy, and evaluating international business opportunities.
  • Focus on a particular business discipline of your choice such as: accounting, economics, leadership, marketing, entrepreneurship, or analytics.
  • Scholarships, financial aid, GMAT, and fee waivers may be available for qualified applicants.
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Accreditation

The University of Delaware is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, 267-284-5000. The University’s Accreditation was reaffirmed June 23, 2011. A Periodic Review Report is scheduled for 2016 and the next Self-Study Evaluation is scheduled for 2021.