Webster University’s Masters of Business Administration with Global Track not only offers professionals the ability to gain expertise in advanced business functions, but also puts business operations into a truly international context with the addition of international world-view courses. To become truly global, each MBA professional on this program must also take one hybrid course: 7 weeks online plus a 7-10 day travel component that includes company visits, guest lectures and cultural activities. Examples include Doing Business in Latin America in Costa Rica and Panama; Issues in International business – Global Issues Japan, in Tokyo and Kansai; and A History of Financial Crises: From Tulips to Housing to the Euro in New York City. To encourage students to take advantage of this global track MBA, we offer all qualified students The Walker Travel Award, which covers up to $1000 towards the air fare for the hybrid course.
Completion of the MBA Global track requires 42 credits/14 courses in total and includes 3 courses in International Business as well as one hybrid global course.