With the business economy more and more global, there’s a new one year MBA program geared to this reality.
San Diego State University has developed a program that includes twelve week immersions in the business climate of China, India and the Middle East. Key to the study will be international entrepreneurship in high-tech, biotechnology and the financial services industry. Partnering with SDSU are telecom behemoth Qualcomm, the biotech firm, Invitrogen, Microsoft, Intel and accounting firm KPMG.
If you want to get in on the program act fast. The first class will have thirty students and is slated to convene next November. But before you buy your tickets, your cost will be around $80,000. Other global minded programs include University of North Carolina’s OneMBA and Temple’s International MBA.