The International Executive MBA program is a dual degree curriculum designed for executives recruited by partner institutions in Latin America who wish to pursue an EMBA degree from Tulane University and their home institution. Programs are offered at University of Chile in Santiago, CENTRUM in Lima, Peru, and ICESI in Cali, Colombia. The International EMBA program enables students to expand cross-cultural leadership and teamwork skills and understand the dynamics of global markets while having the opportunity to study in other countries.
The 48-hour curriculum includes a minimum of twenty-three (23) credit hours of foundation courses taught by partner institutions and twenty-five (25) credit hours of course work delivered by Tulane faculty in host countries. Students attend an on-campus business module in New Orleans as part of their program curriculum.
Students in the International MBA programs with University of Chile, Centrum, and ICESI must complete the 48-hour curriculum with a minimum of a 3.0 overall GPA. Students take a minimum of 23 credit hours at the partner institution and 25 credit hours from among the following Tulane courses as part of the double degree curriculum.
|EMBA 7450||Managemnt Communications||2-3|
|EMBA 6260||Financial Management I||2-3|
|EMBA 7570||Global Business Envirnmt||2-3|
|EMBA 7630||International Finance||1-3|
|EMBA 7960||Global Business Project||1|
|EMBA 7430||Global Strategy||2-3|
|EMBA 6160||Managing People 1||2-3|
|EMBA 7520||Leadership and Ethics 1||2|
|GMBA 7210||Global Environmt of Busn||3|
|GMBA 7510||International Finance||2-3|
|GMBA 7720||New Venture Creations||3|
|GMBA 7710||International Marketing||3|
|GMBA 7410||Intl Entrepreneurship||3|
|GMBA 7960||Global Business Project||3|
|EMBA 7620||Corp Risk Management||2|
|GMBA 7310||Global Strategy & Compet||3|
|EMBA 6230||Marketing Management||2|
|GMBA 7610||Global Supply Chains||3|
|GFIN 7010||Corporate Finance||2-3|
|EMBA 7380||Intl Business Management||1-3|
Taken in New Orleans by students from U. of Chile and ICESI as part of the EMBA International Intensive Week.