ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AT M.I.M.

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M.I.M. opens career opportunities in a challenging business world that demands knowledge of global business and economic trends

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M.I.M.s academic and internship experiences have been designed to allow students to build on the curriculum of their schools of origin.?

International business is studied through an overview of the current problems and methods related to the international business operations. The M.I.M. program focuses on the basic tools of analysis in international business operations and international business environment.

The program provides a wide choice of core and elective courses.

Core courses include:

  • Financial Management
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Entrepreneurial Management
  • Internet Business
  • International Business
  • Business English

Elective courses are typically related to Management in such areas as Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Tourism & Hospitality, Sports & Leisure, Public Relations & Communication, Entertainment & Events, Music, and Art & Heritage.

M.I.M. draws on the rich resources of the city for its academic expertise with professors from local universities and business professionals teaching courses and consulting with students.

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Schedule

Students receive credits from their home institutions for their work at M.I.M as partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree programs into which they are matriculated.

M.I.M. programs are available as follows:

  • 1 Semester Program (Fall or Spring): 16 weeks, 100-140 hours, 5-7 courses, and supervised internship
  • Summer Semester Program: 12 weeks, 100-120 hours, three courses (including an extensive English course) and supervised internship

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