The Master's in International Marketing (MIM) curriculum is thoughtfully designed to teach you the principles and practices of international marketing from a global perspective. As with all business programs at Saint Joseph's University, our Jesuit tradition incorporates ethics and social justice issues into all coursework, offering you an appreciation of our global village in all its dimensions. By traveling to diverse countries in varying stages of economic development, you will witness both the disparities and the opportunities that exist in our world.
The MIM curriculum is brought to life with the help of our international and very cosmopolitan student body, which greatly enhances cross-cultural awareness. The curriculum is designed to complement academic and theoretical rigor with the practical application of case studies, prominent guest speakers, and an international study tour.
If you have taken these courses during your undergraduate degree, you must complete the following pre-requisite business courses: Principles of Marketing, Financial Management, Managerial Economics, and Accounting Concepts.
MKT 618 International Product Development & Brand Management
Elective 1 (550 Level)
Elective 2 (600 Level)
Elective 3 (600 Level)
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