The IBMBA Program curriculum of 2018 class consists of Business Ethics and Social responsibility, and International Business Management (6 credits, mandatory), 3 foundation courses (9 credits), 5 core courses (15 credits) and 3 elective courses (9 credits) with a total of 39 credits. Master thesis is regarded as one of graduation requirements (no credit) and should be written in English.


Mandatory Courses (6 credits)

  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • International Business management

Foundation Courses (can be substituted by similar courses with equivalent credits/ 9 credits)

  • Managerial Economics
  • Accounting
  • Statistics and Quantitative Methods

Core Courses (choose 5 among the following/ 15 credits)

  • Financial Management
  • International Marketing Management
  • Seminar in Business Management
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Research Methodology
  • Academic Writing in Business School
  • World Economy
  • Global Supply Chain Management

Elective Courses (choose 3 among the following/ 9 credits)

  • International Internship
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • Consulting Methods and Practice
  • Portfolio Management
  • Doing Business in Asia (ATC program only)
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ATC program only)
  • International Business Environment
  • Organizational Theory and Management
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Sustainability of Global Enterprise
  • Business Strategy
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Entrepreneurship Management
  • Business Law and Corporate Governance
  • Business Model Development and Practice of Social Enterprises
  • International Business Law
  • Emerging Issues in International Business
  • Asia Pacific Business Environment
  • Options Markets: Theory and Strategy
  • European Markets
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Theories of International Trade
  • Other graduate level full English-taught courses from academic units under the College of Management

**In case of discrepancy, the actual curricular on admission notices shall prevail.