The Alliance Global MBA is a double degree program wherein participants receive an MBA degree from their home institution, plus a Master of Global Management (MGM) degree from Tulane University. Students and alumni of partner MBA, Executive MBA, and Professional MBA programs enroll in six modules focused on global strategy to complete the double degree requirements. Modules are held in five different countries with a cohort of classmates from Latin America, Asia, and the US. Each of the five modules are offered in a one-week, intensive executive format. The consulting project module continues over 5 months.
To be considered for admission, candidates must have a minimum of 6 years of work experience and must be alumni of or currently enrolled students at one of the Alliance universities.
The Alliance partners are top business schools from around the world including the Baltic Management Institute in Lithuania, IESA in Venezuela, ITAM in Mexico, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Xiamen University in China, Tulane University in the United States, and the University of the Andes in Colombia.
To earn the Tulane Master of Global Management degree students must complete 6 modules (19 semester credit hours), which includes a global consulting project, in addition to a minimum of 18 credits in MBA core coursework from their home institution.
|GMBA 7310||Global Strategy & Compet||3|
|GMBA 7510||International Finance||2-3|
|GMBA 7960||Global Business Project||3|
|GMBA 7420||Global Negotiations||3|
|GMBA 7610||Global Supply Chains||3|
|EMBA 6160||Managing People 1||2-3|
|EMBA 7520||Leadership and Ethics 1||2|
Takes place at Tulane University in New Orleans as part of the EMBA International Intensive week.