Your Passport to a Career in International Business
Pepperdine's M.S. in Global Business program offers recent college graduates the credentials and skills needed to compete in the international marketplace. The intensive, full-time program imparts a thorough understanding of the global economy and its markets in a supportive, small-class format.
Choosing Pepperdine Offers the Best of Both Worlds
It's possible to have it all while earning your master's degree full time. Pepperdine students benefit from these unique advantages:
- Study in Malibu — Network in Los Angeles
At our world-class campus in Malibu, you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a beautiful natural environment in the Santa Monica Mountains. Yet just minutes away is the thriving metropolis of Los Angeles, an international city embracing diverse cultures and industries that afford a wealth of new business opportunities.
- Small Class Size — Large Alumni Network
With an average class size of just 25 students, Pepperdine ensures you receive the personal attention you deserve. Nevertheless, when you graduate you become part of the largest business school alumni network in California—offering unmatched opportunities for career networking and connecting with influential leaders.
- Rigorous Curriculum — Collaborative Environment
Pepperdine provides challenging coursework based on real-world business challenges so students develop the practical skills sought by employers. However, Pepperdine also encourages a collaborative learning environment based on teamwork and the sharing of ideas.
The M.S. in Global Business curriculum offers you the fundamentals of business and management with a focus on international business, in only 15 months. A required summer internship at a global company will provide you with valuable work experience and advance your career opportunities. In your final trimester, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in a trimester abroad through Pepperdine's worldwide network of partner universities.
Last updated October 23, 2017