When your career takes you around the world, you can bring your education along with you. Whether you stay connected with a computer, a tablet, or a cell phone, you can access important course materials at any time online. Earn your global management focused degree today. Your specialization may require prerequisite course work. Please talk to your advisor for more information.
Specialization for Graduate Degrees
Diversify your repertoire of leadership skills. With your Global Management Specialization, consisting of the 9 additional credits listed below, added to your Master of Arts in Organizational Management degree from Ashford University, you will develop a broad understanding of business and management across national and cultural boundaries. The Global Management Specialization exposes you to leadership strategies from a socio-political context, while providing you with the insight you need to comprehend and compare a variety of management styles from around the world.
This course reviews management systems within their political, social, and economic environments with a global perspective. This course also emphasizes the managerial processes in a global business environment and provides a strategic assessment of the fundamental issues involved in the management of multinational corporations. Topics include comparative studies of practices of management in foreign nations and examination of the influences of culture on business operations.
BUS 616 International Business
This course studies the major functional business areas in a global context. Taking into consideration socio-political structural differences, the multinational corporation is investigated with applications in management, finance, marketing and operations.
BUS 693 Global Business Strategy
This course builds on the leadership, business, and management concepts while integrating a comprehensive look at strategic planning and management in a global environment. The course is designed to employ case analyses, critical assessments, global market evaluations, and a comprehensive strategic planning project to lead the student to fluency in the global strategic planning process.