Graduate Programs

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International Business: M.S., M.S./MBA


Prepare to lead your organization in its international expansion and contribute to your firm’s effectiveness in a global marketplace with this 30-credit program focusing on the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to navigate the rapidly evolving sphere of international business. The M.S. in international business consists of two complementary sets of coursework. Students complete an 18-credit international module that develops the tools to assess, understand, interpret and apply principles and practices of global management, given personal interests and professional ambitions. Students design their own business module by selecting 12 credits of coursework drawn from areas such as accounting, economics, finance, marketing, entrepreneurship and analytics.

A dual degree in the MBA and M.S. in international business programs is available to graduate students.


Application Deadlines


February 1: Priority consideration for funding

August 4: Priority consideration for admission


October 1: Priority consideration for funding

January 1: Priority consideration for admission


May 1: Priority consideration for admission

Applications are accepted up until a week before classes begin, and you may start in the fall, summer or spring semesters. Applicants are considered for admission on a rolling basis. 
Full-time program applicants interested in merit-based funding consideration should apply early as those awards are distributed on a rolling basis typically at or close to the time of admission.

UD Tuition

The 2021-2022 UD graduate student tuition rate per credit hour is $950.