Global MBA Academic Curriculum
- The Global MBA consists of a total of 6 modules.
- Students will take 4 or 5 courses per module and each course usually worth 2 credit hours (2 hours x 2 times a week x 8 weeks = 32 hours)
- The table below shows the minimum credit hours required for graduation.
|KUBS Global MBA||KUBS + ESCP Europe||KUBS + EBS Business School|
|KUBS||45 credits||45 credits||45 credits|
|Overseas University||-||38 credits||49 credits|
|Total||45 credits||83 credits||94 credits|
|Other||GPA of at least 3.0||Thesis||Thesis|
* The above graduation requirements are subject to change in accordance with the regulations of KUBS and the partner schools.
International Residence Program
In order to nurture future business leaders with global perspectives, the Global MBA offers the International Residence Program where students can study at a prestigious business school overseas for two weeks.
Student Exchange Program
Korea University Business School has partnership agreements with 30+ business schools all over the world for the MBA program. Students who complete a one-year curriculum of the Global MBA in Korea have the opportunity to study abroad at one of the partner schools for an additional semester. Each student has flexibility in terms of selecting location and school based on one’s preference.
Dual Degree Program
Students who are enrolled in the Dual Degree Track will study one-year curriculum of the Global MBA and then study abroad at either ESCP Europe in France or EBS Business School in Germany for an additional year. Along with an MBA degree from KUBS, students will receive a Master’s degree from the corresponding overseas business school.
The Global MBA not only offers business academic courses but also an opportunity to utilize theories and practical skills acquired from the program in the real-world work environments. Under the basic principle that there is a difference between knowing and doing, KUBS first introduced a specialized business education methodology to focus more on the utilization of knowledge rather than merely acquisition. Small groups cooperate with employees of the companies and non-profit groups participating in the business academic network, examine actual issues facing those organizations, and subsequently propose possible solutions. As such, students can cultivate the skills and knowledge that are essential for future business leaders by developing practical solutions based on recent business theory.
Core and Elective courses to be offered
|Core Courses||Financial Accounting||2|
|Uncertainty, Data & Decisions||2|
|Emerging Trends & Developments in Global IT industry||2|
|Managerial Accounting & Control||2|
|Business Project I & II||6|
|Elective Courses||FN||Financial Statement Analysis||2|
|FN||Wealth Management (Korean)||2|
|FN/ST||Strategic Cost Management||2|
|MK||Theory of Advertising||2|
|MK||New Product Development||2|
|ST||Entrepreneurship & Venturing||2|
|ST||Business in Korea||2|
|ST||Strategic Management of Human Assets||2|
|MK/ST||Big Data Analytics||2|
|General Electives||International Residence Program||2|
|International Business II||2|
|Technological Innovation Management||2|
|Managing Service Enterprise||2|
|Supply Chain & Procurement Management||2|
|Management Science in Spreadsheets||2|
*Curriculum for 2018-2019 Academic Year. The above curriculum is subject to change.
*Concentration: FN=Finance, MK=Marketing, ST=Strategy