Mastering the challenges of the global marketplace
Organizations compete in a global marketplace, whether they realize it or not. Today's business climate demands that companies understand and meet the challenges that global competition brings.
Several aspects of international marketing are covered in the MSXM program, a technology-oriented leadership program designed for engineers, business managers and other professionals desiring to strengthen their management and leadership skills as they relate to the value-added exporting of US manufactured products, services and technology.
You will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to compete internationally. Today's managers need a deep understanding of global business practices. You will learn how to provide the leadership required to envision,design, create, sell and maintain products and services in the global marketplace.
Guiding Global Expansion
In the MSXM program, you first gain skills and knowledge across functional business areas. Next, you are introduced to the technical skills required for global resource management and export. Finally, you will become adept at strategy development, strategic global marketing, global business, and entrepreneurship.
Throughout your studies, you will examine global economic opportunities, growth ofuntapped markets, and revitalization of product development to include export markets.
Your studies will be guided by faculty with extensive knowledge of the global business environment and international markets. They also have expertise focused in a business area or field of learning. Most are employed in the disciplines that they teach, so you get their real-world and best practices experience in the classroom.
Becoming a Global Leader
As with all management master's degrees in the Rader School of Business, you will acquire a broad base of management and leadership skills and knowledge. Your curriculum will cover financial decision-making, organizational behavior and leadership, information technology, business processes, supply chain management, strategic thinking, and marketing strategies. As an MSXM graduate, you will be prepared to lead the global initiatives within your organization.
The MSOE Advantage
An MSOE master's degree is valued throughout the business world, whether it is locally, regionally, or nationally. That's because our graduates are accustomed to meeting uncompromising standards and delivering results.
Class sizes are small, typically fewer than 25 students, which gives you more personal interaction within the classroom. You also have a choice of locations as classes are available at MSOE's main campus in downtown Milwaukee, in state-of-the-art facilities in Waukesha, and in Neenah, serving Fox Valley students.
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Prof. David Schmitz
Do you have questions about this program or the application process? Contact our Graduate Program Associate for assistance!