International Management - Career Concentration

Campus: NYC

Students are required to take to take two courses (6 credits) of upper level courses in one of the Career Concentrations listed below.


Select two of the following:6
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Money and Banking
Immigration and Discrimination: Men and Women in the Labor Force
Political Economy of Developing Nations
International Economics
Economic Growth and Development
Comparative Economic Systems
Total Credits6


Select six credits of the following:6
Venture Initiation and Entrepreneurship
Small Business Management
International Entrepreneurship
Management Internship
Business Plan Development
New Product Development
Total Credits6


Select six credits of the following:6
Global Money and Capital Markets
Principles of Investment
Options, Futures and Swaps
International Finance
International Finance Field Study
Finance Internship
Total Credits6

Hospitality and Tourism Management

Select two of the following:6
Travel and Tourism Management
Hotel Management
Restaurant and Foodservices Management
Total Credits6

Human Resources Management

Select six credits of the following:6
Employment Law
Human Resources Management
The Human Dimension in International Management
Training and Development
Management Internship
Advanced Human Resources Management Applications
Total Credits6


Select six credits of the following:6
International Marketing
International Advertising and Promotion
International Marketing Field Study
International Field Study New York Metro Area
Marketing Internship
Export and Import Policies and Practices
Total Credits6

Customized Career Concentration

Students may also work with their adviser to select related upper level courses from other disciplines to develop a career concentration that meets their individual career interests. The concentration must be approved in advance by the student's Lubin adviser and the Chair or Undergraduate Program Chair of the Management and Management Science Department.