M.S. in Marketing and Export Management

Curriculum Content

Foundation courses:

MG‐600 Management Principles
MG‐610 The Application of Statistics
MG‐620 Finance and Accounting
MG‐631 Research and Writing (Module 1)
MG‐632 Research and Writing (Module 2)
MG‐633 Research and Writing (Module 3)
MG-645 Operations and Systems Management
MG‐660 Applied Organizational Behavior
MG‐670 Marketing Management
MG‐800 Strategic Management
SUBTOTAL: 24 credits*

MSXM specialization courses:

MG-744 Global Supply Chain Management
MG-771 International Marketing and Export
MG-772 Global Design, Test and Styling Management
MG-761 Global Customers and Cultures
MG-XX Elective (MG, MI or MSE)
SUBTOTAL: 15 credits*

Culminating Experience (choose Thesis or Project):
Thesis Option
MG-8042 Application Thesis/Cutural Immersion
SUBTOTAL: 6 credits*
or
Project Option
MG‐xxx Graduate Management Elective
MG-872 Marketing and Export Management Final Project
SUBTOTAL TOTAL: 6 credits*

PROGRAM CREDITS: 45 quarter credits*

*MSOE follows an academic quarter system. The 45 quarter credits required in this program equate to approximately 30 semester credits of contact and class time.

Program Objectives

Program objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the academic program is preparing the graduates to achieve. Graduates of the MSXM program will:

  • drive collaborative communication and relationship building across international boundaries.
  • coordinate global resource management, international market development and export management.
  • lead strategy development, strategic global marketing, global business and entrepreneurship.
  • identify and develop international markets for the deployment of existing and new products.

Student Outcomes

Student outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. Graduates of the MSXM program will possess:

  • the ability to recognize and use modern management techniques, skills and tools, especially in the global environment.
  • the ability to lead and contribute to their companies’ global initiatives as related to the value-added export of U.S. products.
  • the ability to communicate effectively with a clear awareness of the cultural and social differences present in a global environment.
  • a thorough understanding of one’s professional, ethical and cultural responsibility in a world market
  • the broad education necessary to apply management solutions, especially in differing global cultural and social contexts.
  • the recognition of the need for and the desire to engage in lifelong learning

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