Offered by UC Denver
MS International Business - a business program to prepare graduates to conduct business across borders including scanning foreign business environments, negotiating international deals and managing people, resources and transactions in a globally dispersed context
MBA/MSIB Dual Degree – a program to combine the specialized knowledge and experiences of an MS in International Business with the broad based advantages of an MBA
MBA International Business Track - an international business track added to an MBA to provide graduates with skills allowing them to work internationally and with international companies
MBA with International Health Management and Policy - a specialization to provide the skills and expertise to work with healthcare organizations that have a global or international focus
Executive MBA - a two year program to develop a broad global business perspective in strategic decision makers, allowing them to make confident decisions based on bottom-line results
Executive MBA International Health - a 25 month program to provide business expertise for healthcare professionals that utilizes faculty from the 17 universities that are part of the Network for Healthcare Management. It consists of intensive sessions on the UC Denver campus for one week every July and January and computer-based instruction during the off-campus sessions.
MS Global Energy Management - a joint program between energy industry leaders and the Business School to develop qualified personnel to fill upper management positions in the energy field with global experts
PACIBER Diploma - a program to develop international business skills focused on the Asia Pacific region through a combination of courses, study abroad and an 8-10 week internship at a Pacific Rim company. Because UC Denver is a member of the Pacific Asian Consortium for International Business Education and Research (along with 20 foreign and seven other US institutions), UC Denver students are eligible to apply to the PACIBER Diploma program, a diploma within a member institution's masters degree curriculum. Applicants must prove fluency in two of the region’s languages which can include English and competency in postgraduate fundamentals of economics, quantitative methods, finance, marketing and management.
NASBITE Certification - a program co-sponsored by UC Denver CIBER to provide benchmarks for competency in global commerce and demonstrate an individual's ability to conduct global business including global business management, global marketing, supply chain management and trade finance.
Rocky Mountain World Trade Center Institute - comprehensive seminars to provide real-world training for you and your employees to remain current on all of the nuances of international trade.