Welcome to what Portfolio Magazine called "the most extensive international experience of any MBA program"; A requirement of every full-time MBA, the Global Leadership Series approaches the world from a set of distinctive perspectives. Each perspective focuses on the unique opportunities and challenges facing a region of the world. At the end of the MBA program, you walk away having had more than classroom discussions.
Global Leadership I
Examine the U.S. and world economies. Explore the relationships between international trade, national income, and patterns of international investments. This fall semester course coincides with Freeman Days programs in New York and Houston, further developing the perspective on the U.S economy.
Global Leadership II - Athens, Greece
The European Union moves to center stage as you examine cases, concepts, and strategies for doing business in an increasingly "flat world." You'll learn how to anticipate opportunities and design successful global strategies.
Global Leadership III - Buenos Aires, Argentina
With a focus on Latin America, students examine the business differences across nations from a social, cultural, and political perspective. Tulane MBA's examine cases and studies involving some of the world's most popular brands and the industrial and cultural issues focused on the Americas.
Global Leadership IV - Beijing, China
Using cases and current business examples to illustrate the results of implementing global business strategies. You'll be examining Asia from the inside.
Every MBA will develop a supporting concentration in International Business. Tulane also offers an opportunity to discover more about global business through an International Business Concentration or a joint Masters in Global Management.