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The Global MBA Program begins each February with the Asia Session, consisting of one month each in Korea, Japan, and China. In June, students relocate to the Ross campus at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor for the remaining thirteen months of the program.

Students complete the required Ross MBA core courses in the first two terms, consisting of the three months in Asia and the first three months in Ann Arbor. Upon completing the core, students are free to pursue a wide variety of electives at the Ross School and the University of Michigan in the fall and winter terms. The program concludes with the seven-week Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) requirement.

Global MBA Class of 2016 Schedule

COURSE OFFERED CREDIT LOCATION CLASS DATE
Pre-MBA English Course* No Credit Korea 2/1 - 2/21/2015
Core Courses in Asia
Written Managerial Communications 1.50 Korea 2/23 – 2/27/2015
Communication Management 1.50 Korea 3/2 – 3/6/2015
Applied Business Statistics 2.25 Korea 3/9 – 3/20/2015
Principles of Financial Accounting 2.25 Japan 3/31 – 4/10/2015
Applied Microeconomics 2.25 Japan 4/13 – 4/23/2015
Financial Management 2.25 China 5/4 – 5/14/2015
Management Accounting 2.25 China 5/18 – 5/29/2015
Total 14.25
Core Courses in Ann Arbor
Human Behavior and Organization 2.25 Ann Arbor 6/15 - 6/29/2015
Operations Management 2.25 Ann Arbor 7/6 – 7/17/2015
Corporate Strategy 2.25 Ann Arbor 7/20 - 7/31/2015
Marketing Management 2.25 Ann Arbor 8/3 – 8/14/2015
Total 9.00
Elective Courses
Fall Term Electives 8-18 Ann Arbor 9/8 – 12/18/2015
Winter Term Electives 8-18 Ann Arbor 1/6 – 4/29/2016
Total 16-36
Multidisciplinary Action Projects
Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) 7.5 US/Global 5/5 – 7/1/2016
Total 7.5
Post-MBA Research Project
(optional seven- or 14-week format)
No Credit Ann Arbor 9/1 - 10/21/2016
or
9/1 - 12/16/2016
Total 57 - 66.75 (Minimum 57 required)

* Students who demonstrate proficiency in English during the application phase may place out of the course.

The Ross MBA Program requires successful completion of 57 graduate credit hours. Students must complete a minimum of 26.25 credit hours of coursework during the Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 terms, including an approved law or ethics course and the World Economy course (1.5 credit hours). Students may take a maximum of 18 credit hours during each of the Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 terms.

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