Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
The Master of Science in Business with a concentration in global marketing management offers students the opportunity to combine their studies in international marketing with contemporary issues in marketing management.
Student learning outcomes
- Students will evaluate marketing programs.
- Students will express the analytic, quantitative and ethical dimensions of business problems and proposed solutions in a clear and well-organized manner.
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It is the responsibility of all graduate students, both on- and off-campus, to be familiar with the VCU Graduate Bulletin as well as the Graduate School website and academic regulations in individual school and department publications and on program websites. However, in all cases, the official policies and procedures of the University Graduate Council, as published on the VCU Graduate Bulletin and Graduate School websites, take precedence over individual program policies and guidelines.
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Degree candidacy requirements
A graduate student admitted to a program or concentration requiring a final research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation, must qualify for continuing master’s or doctoral status according to the degree candidacy requirements of the student’s graduate program. Admission to degree candidacy, if applicable, is a formal statement by the graduate student’s faculty regarding the student’s academic achievements and the student’s readiness to proceed to the final research phase of the degree program.
Graduate students and program directors should refer to the following degree candidacy policy as published in the VCU Graduate Bulletin for complete information and instructions.
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As graduate students approach the end of their academic programs and the final semester of matriculation, they must make formal application to graduate. No degrees will be conferred until the application to graduate has been finalized.
Graduate students and program directors should refer to the following graduation requirements as published in the Graduate Bulletin for a complete list of instructions and a graduation checklist.
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School of Business policies and procedures for graduate master’s degree students are available on the school’s website at business.vcu.edu/graduate-studies/current-graduate-students.
Apply online at graduate.admissions.vcu.edu.
|Degree:||Semester(s) of entry:||Deadline dates:||Test requirements:|
|M.S.||Fall||Jul 1||GMAT or GRE|
In addition to the general admission requirements of the VCU Graduate School, applicants to the master’s program in business must submit an up-to-date resume.
The global marketing management concentration provides the opportunity to focus on conceptual and experiential dimensions of marketing management. Students interested in the increasingly global nature of business will be well-suited for this unique graduate degree program. Core courses provide a framework for understanding the role of marketing in diverse organizations. Electives add knowledge in areas of growing importance to the profession and provide the flexibility for students to consider emerging topics in the global marketing environment. Client projects and global applications prepare students for marketing careers. Study abroad is available and encouraged.
In addition to the VCU Graduate School graduation requirements, students must complete up to six classes (zero to 18credit hours) of foundation course work. At the time of application, all undergraduate and graduate transcripts will be reviewed to determine if the following courses may be waived. Waiver of a foundation course may be awarded when a student demonstrates equivalent knowledge, such as completing the required undergraduate equivalent course with a minimum grade of C.
|0-18 credits; courses may be waived for demonstrated equivalence.|
|Fundamentals of Accounting|
|Concepts in Economics|
|Financial Concepts of Management|
|Statistical Fundamentals for Business Management|
Two-course sequence in a foreign language at the undergraduate or graduate level (or demonstrated proficiency) or two approved cross-cultural courses taken at the undergraduate or graduate level
|MGMT 642||Business Policy and Strategy (to be taken in the last semester)||3|
|MKTG 656||International Marketing||3|
|MKTG 657||International Market Planning Project||3|
|MKTG 671||Marketing Management||3|
|MKTG 673||Marketing Research||3|
|Select three of the following:||9|
|Concepts in Consumer Behavior|
|Service Quality Management|
|Topics in Marketing|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Advanced International Economics|
|Cases in Financial Management|
|Securing the Internet of Things|
|International Business Management|
|Statistical Analysis and Modeling|
|Applied Multivariate Methods|
|Developing and Implementing Forecasting Methods for Business|
Total graduate credit hours required (minimum) 48 (30 if all foundation courses are waived)
Graduate program director
Colleen Androvich Davis
Phone: (804) 828-4622
Phone: (804) 828-6408