Tulane's A.B. Freeman School of Business offers several programs for its students to enhance their learning experience and broaden their horizons with global travel and education.
Global MBA Program
Freeman MBA and PMBA students may take a special global curriculum as part of their MBA program.
The Global MBA Courses
International Leadership, Ethics, and Teambuilding (New Delhi)
Strategy for Emerging Markets (Mexico City)
Global Strategy & Competition (Paris)
Global Negotiation (Shanghai)
International Finance (Bogota)
Global Supply Chains (New Orleans)
Global Team Project (Mexico City/Paris)
Option I: MBA Concentration in International Business
Integrate the Global MBA courses and travel into you MBA curriculum and receive a concentration in international business. Join a global team from Latin America and Asia. Option to graduate after 3 semesters. No additional tuition required.
Option II: MBA/Master of Global Management Dual Degree
Integrate the Global MBA courses and travel into your MBA curriculum and receive a dual degree. Join a global team from Latin America and Asia. Increase your graduate elective options. Complete both degrees in two years. Additional tuition for only 15 hours of graduate credit required.
Recent Freeman Graduates of the EMBA and PMBA programs in Houston and New Orleans may also participate in the same Global MBA program to receive a Master of Global Management degree. Participation in the program offers you a further opportunity to internationalize your Freeman MBA and expand your global perspective through participation in the six courses detailed above for a total of 18 hours of coursework.
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The Goldring Institute’s study abroad programs enable students to live and study in another culture. These programs are offered for a semester or summer study abroad. The purpose of the program is to develop students’ international management skills by focusing on cultural understanding and global strategies that create competitive advantages in international business. All courses are taught in English and/or the language of the host country by Freeman-affiliated international faculty. At the host institutions abroad, students study in a campus environment. The Freeman School also hosts visiting students from affiliated universities around the world through an exchange program. LEARN MORE >>