Master of Business Administration in Global Leadership

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The MBA in Global Leadership is an intensive and cohort-model MBA program that is delivered over 12 months. The curriculum and the offered courses are designed to develop students' skills to enable them to succeed in today's complex and dynamic international business environment. 

Program outcomes

The program is designed for individuals embarking on a career in international business. Our program prepares students for the challenges of entering new markets, working in other cultures, and navigating diverse business environments.

The UPEI MBA in Global Leadership program delivers on specific learning outcomes. Our graduates will:

  • exhibit an ability to take on leadership roles and responsibilities in today’s complex and dynamic business environment,
  • demonstrate a strategic and global mindset,
  • demonstrate a comprehensive level of knowledge of contemporary business theories,
  • demonstrate critical thinking and job-ready skills,
  • demonstrate ethical decision-making skills, and
  • exhibit effective communication skills in all aspects of business.

Graduates of our program become open-minded effective business leaders, able to identify, analyze, and propose feasible and innovative solutions to business problems across a wide range of functional areas in industries and governments in a global environment.

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A. STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAM

The MBA in Global Leadership program is designed for individuals who wish to complete their MBA degree in 12 months and who are willing and able to immerse themselves in an intensive full-time program.

The program's schedule begins with a one-month period (usually August) in which students can complete the orientation module and two academic courses. The remainder of the program is offered over two academic semesters (usually the Fall term and the Winter term) in each of which students are expected to complete six academic courses.

B. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Students enrolled in the MBA in Global Leadership must complete a total of 42 credit hours (14 courses). The components of the degree program include the MBA Skills Orientation Module (0 credit hours), eleven core courses (33 credit hours), and three elective courses (9 credit hours). Students are expected to complete the MBA program in 12 months, and they must complete all required courses within two years of being admitted to the program.

The required courses for the MBA in Global Leadership are as follows:

Business 6500 - MBA Skills Orientation Module
Business 6510 - Global Leadership and Ethics
Business 6520 - Negotiation within and across Cultures
Business 6530 - Financial and Managerial Accounting
Business 6540 - Financial Management
Business 6550 - Management and Organizational Behaviour
Business 6560 - International Marketing Management
Business 6570 - International Operations Management
Business 6580 - Statistics and Business Analytics
Business 6590 - Project Management
Business 6600 - Strategy for the Global Organization
Business 6610 - International Capstone Project

In addition to completing all the required courses, students must complete three of the following *elective courses.

Business 7510 - Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
Business 7520 - Disruptive Technologies and Creative Business Thinking
Business 7530 - Global Banking and Capital Markets
Business 7540 - Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Management
Business 7550 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Global Business Environment
Business 7560 - International Trade and Finance
Business 7570 - Managing People and Teams in a Global Context
Business 7580 - The Future of Marketing
Business 7590 - The Impact of Climate Change on Business
Business 7950 - Special Topics in Business
Business 7960 - Directed Studies in International Business

*Not all elective courses will be offered each year. 

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Jurgen Krause, Dean; Professor
Tim Carroll, Associate Professor
Andrew Carrothers, Assistant Professor
Xiao Chen, Assistant Professor
Qian (Claire) Deng, Assistant Professor
Gary Evans, Associate Professor
Debra Good, Assistant Professor
Susan Graham, Assistant Professor
Melissa James, Assistant Professor
Blake Jelley, Professor
Amy MacFarlane, Assistant Professor
Tarek May, Associate Professor
Matthew Pauley, Assistant Professor
Tina Saksida, Assistant Professor
Don Wagner, Associate Professor
Bill Waterman, Assistant Professor
Hayden Woodley, Assistant Professor
Liufang (Sophia) Yao, Assistant Professor
Sue Foster, Executive-in-Residence

Program Design

The MBA in Global Leadership is an intensive and cohort-model MBA program that is delivered over 12 months. The curriculum and the offered courses are designed to develop students' skills to enable them to succeed in today's complex and dynamic international business environment. 

Program outcomes

The program is designed for individuals embarking on a career in international business. Our program prepares students for the challenges of entering new markets, working in other cultures, and navigating diverse business environments.

The UPEI MBA in Global Leadership program delivers on specific learning outcomes. Our graduates will:

  • exhibit an ability to take on leadership roles and responsibilities in today’s complex and dynamic business environment,
  • demonstrate a strategic and global mindset,
  • demonstrate a comprehensive level of knowledge of contemporary business theories,
  • demonstrate critical thinking and job-ready skills,
  • demonstrate ethical decision-making skills, and
  • exhibit effective communication skills in all aspects of business.

Graduates of our program become open-minded effective business leaders, able to identify, analyze, and propose feasible and innovative solutions to business problems across a wide range of functional areas in industries and governments in a global environment.

Structure and Requirements

A. STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAM

The MBA in Global Leadership program is designed for individuals who wish to complete their MBA degree in 12 months and who are willing and able to immerse themselves in an intensive full-time program.

The program's schedule begins with a one-month period (usually August) in which students can complete the orientation module and two academic courses. The remainder of the program is offered over two academic semesters (usually the Fall term and the Winter term) in each of which students are expected to complete six academic courses.

B. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Students enrolled in the MBA in Global Leadership must complete a total of 42 credit hours (14 courses). The components of the degree program include the MBA Skills Orientation Module (0 credit hours), eleven core courses (33 credit hours), and three elective courses (9 credit hours). Students are expected to complete the MBA program in 12 months, and they must complete all required courses within two years of being admitted to the program.

The required courses for the MBA in Global Leadership are as follows:

Business 6500 - MBA Skills Orientation Module
Business 6510 - Global Leadership and Ethics
Business 6520 - Negotiation within and across Cultures
Business 6530 - Financial and Managerial Accounting
Business 6540 - Financial Management
Business 6550 - Management and Organizational Behaviour
Business 6560 - International Marketing Management
Business 6570 - International Operations Management
Business 6580 - Statistics and Business Analytics
Business 6590 - Project Management
Business 6600 - Strategy for the Global Organization
Business 6610 - International Capstone Project

In addition to completing all the required courses, students must complete three of the following *elective courses.

Business 7510 - Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
Business 7520 - Disruptive Technologies and Creative Business Thinking
Business 7530 - Global Banking and Capital Markets
Business 7540 - Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Management
Business 7550 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Global Business Environment
Business 7560 - International Trade and Finance
Business 7570 - Managing People and Teams in a Global Context
Business 7580 - The Future of Marketing
Business 7590 - The Impact of Climate Change on Business
Business 7950 - Special Topics in Business
Business 7960 - Directed Studies in International Business

*Not all elective courses will be offered each year. 

Faculty

Jurgen Krause, Dean; Professor
Tim Carroll, Associate Professor
Andrew Carrothers, Assistant Professor
Xiao Chen, Assistant Professor
Qian (Claire) Deng, Assistant Professor
Gary Evans, Associate Professor
Debra Good, Assistant Professor
Susan Graham, Assistant Professor
Melissa James, Assistant Professor
Blake Jelley, Professor
Amy MacFarlane, Assistant Professor
Tarek May, Associate Professor
Matthew Pauley, Assistant Professor
Tina Saksida, Assistant Professor
Don Wagner, Associate Professor
Bill Waterman, Assistant Professor
Hayden Woodley, Assistant Professor
Liufang (Sophia) Yao, Assistant Professor
Sue Foster, Executive-in-Residence

Program Design

The MBA in Global Leadership is an intensive and cohort-model MBA program that is delivered over 12 months. The curriculum and the offered courses are designed to develop students' skills to enable them to succeed in today's complex and dynamic international business environment. 

Program outcomes

The program is designed for individuals embarking on a career in international business. Our program prepares students for the challenges of entering new markets, working in other cultures, and navigating diverse business environments.

The UPEI MBA in Global Leadership program delivers on specific learning outcomes. Our graduates will:

  • exhibit an ability to take on leadership roles and responsibilities in today’s complex and dynamic business environment,
  • demonstrate a strategic and global mindset,
  • demonstrate a comprehensive level of knowledge of contemporary business theories,
  • demonstrate critical thinking and job-ready skills,
  • demonstrate ethical decision-making skills, and
  • exhibit effective communication skills in all aspects of business.

Graduates of our program become open-minded effective business leaders, able to identify, analyze, and propose feasible and innovative solutions to business problems across a wide range of functional areas in industries and governments in a global environment.

Structure and Requirements

A. STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAM

The MBA in Global Leadership program is designed for individuals who wish to complete their MBA degree in 12 months and who are willing and able to immerse themselves in an intensive full-time program.

The program's schedule begins with a one-month period (usually August) in which students can complete the orientation module and two academic courses. The remainder of the program is offered over two academic semesters (usually the Fall term and the Winter term) in each of which students are expected to complete six academic courses.

B. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Students enrolled in the MBA in Global Leadership must complete a total of 42 credit hours (14 courses). The components of the degree program include the MBA Skills Orientation Module (0 credit hours), eleven core courses (33 credit hours), and three elective courses (9 credit hours). Students are expected to complete the MBA program in 12 months, and they must complete all required courses within two years of being admitted to the program.

The required courses for the MBA in Global Leadership are as follows:

Business 6500 - MBA Skills Orientation Module
Business 6510 - Global Leadership and Ethics
Business 6520 - Negotiation within and across Cultures
Business 6530 - Financial and Managerial Accounting
Business 6540 - Financial Management
Business 6550 - Management and Organizational Behaviour
Business 6560 - International Marketing Management
Business 6570 - International Operations Management
Business 6580 - Statistics and Business Analytics
Business 6590 - Project Management
Business 6600 - Strategy for the Global Organization
Business 6610 - International Capstone Project

In addition to completing all the required courses, students must complete three of the following *elective courses.

Business 7510 - Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
Business 7520 - Disruptive Technologies and Creative Business Thinking
Business 7530 - Global Banking and Capital Markets
Business 7540 - Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Management
Business 7550 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Global Business Environment
Business 7560 - International Trade and Finance
Business 7570 - Managing People and Teams in a Global Context
Business 7580 - The Future of Marketing
Business 7590 - The Impact of Climate Change on Business
Business 7950 - Special Topics in Business
Business 7960 - Directed Studies in International Business

*Not all elective courses will be offered each year. 

Faculty

Jurgen Krause, Dean; Professor
Tim Carroll, Associate Professor
Andrew Carrothers, Assistant Professor
Xiao Chen, Assistant Professor
Qian (Claire) Deng, Assistant Professor
Gary Evans, Associate Professor
Debra Good, Assistant Professor
Susan Graham, Assistant Professor
Melissa James, Assistant Professor
Blake Jelley, Professor
Amy MacFarlane, Assistant Professor
Tarek May, Associate Professor
Matthew Pauley, Assistant Professor
Tina Saksida, Assistant Professor
Don Wagner, Associate Professor
Bill Waterman, Assistant Professor
Hayden Woodley, Assistant Professor
Liufang (Sophia) Yao, Assistant Professor
Sue Foster, Executive-in-Residence

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