International Management Concentration Information
This site contains information pertaining to the International Management program. Information can be found about International Management courses, curriculum, and faculty.
Programs at the Anderson School and Graduate School of Management are designed to meet the need for top-quality management education among public, private and not-for-profit businesses.
International Management Bulletin and Brochure
Curriculum Information and Checklists
For more information about the International Management and International Management in Latin America concentrations, updated courses, and programs:
- Undergraduate (BBA) Curriculum, Information and Checklists
- Graduate (MBA) Curriculum, Information and Checklists
Introduction to International Management
Our full-time and adjunct faculty are enthusiastic about your interest in International Management. Below are some videos from them sharing their perspective on why International Management is important and how it can add value to your professional and intellectual journey:
Professor Manuel Montoya shares his thoughts on why International Management is important:
Adjunct faculty Claire Stasiewicz shares her thoughts on what International Management is and why it matters:
Professor Manuel Montoya shares his thoughts on the career and professional value of an IM education:
Adjunct faculty Claire Stasiewicz describes the importance of the craft and cultural economy to IM management:
North American Business and International Trade Educators (NASBITE)
Click here for information about our recent partnership with NASBITE (North American Business and International Trade Educators) International and their Certified Global Business Professional credential. This certificate is recognized across over 100 top schools across the country and gives students opportunities to attend conferences and participate in global competitions focused on global business issues.
For more information about the CGBP certification, visit: https://nasbite.org/cgbp/
Our current student ambassador is Jen Raven, an MBA student studying for an International Management concentration. See the following video where she and Dr. Montoya discuss NASBITE and the student pathway program that UNM participates in. For more information, including how you can get IM concentration credit for preparing for the certification exam, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com