Global Management

The Global Management Concentration at Babson is a rigorous program for students who are truly dedicated to pursuing an internationally oriented education and career. This program encourages Babson students to study abroad, think globally, and to pursue a variety of international business and area studies courses.

By combining 9 credits of course work with an experiential component to broaden the understanding of global management, students interested in internationally active firms will achieve depth in a skill area—such as marketing or finance—and acquire a global mindset.

The Global Management Concentration will be noted on your MBA transcript.

Requirement A (3 credits total)

Objective: To build the base for Global Management

  • MOB7559 Global Strategic Management

Requirement B (3 credits total)

Objective: To deepen the understanding of Global Management

  • MKT7560 Global Marketing Strategy, 3 credits
  • FIN7509 International Finance, 1.5 credits
  • ECN7525 Global Trade and Direct Investment: Policy and Strategy, 3.0 credits
  • MOB7170 Developing International Ventures, 3 credits
  • MOB7535 Extended Enterprise Management, 3 credits
  • MOB7543 Managing a Diverse Workplace, 3 credits
  • MOB7549 Global Business, Institutions and Policies, 3 credits
  • MOB9535 Extended Enterprise Management Fundamentals, 1.5 credits
  • MOB9540 Extended Enterprise Management Practicum, 1.5 credits

Requirement C (3 credits total)*

Objective: To broaden the experience of Global Management

  • Electives Abroad, 3 credits
  • Joint Management Consulting Field Experience, 3 credits
  • Global Management Independent Study, 1.5 to 3 credits (see GPSA for approval process)
  • Management Consulting Field Experience, 3.0 credits (qualifying projects will be notated in the MCFE Project Catalogue)
  • Study Abroad, usually 3 credits per course

*All options above require students to go through an application process

Additional Information

For more information on the Graduate Global Management Concentration requirements, please email Professor Sam Hariharan.