Master of International Business Application Process and Curriculum Overview
Earn a Master of International Business degree, executive format (EMIB) at Saint Louis University
In order to be accepted into Saint Louis University’s Master of International Business program at the Cook School of Business, an individual must meet the following requirements:
- Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree or equivalent.
- Applicants must possess 10 years of professional experience.*
- Applicants with extensive professional experience may be evaluated on past professional accomplishments.
- Applicants will be asked to complete the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) if he/she has less than 10 years experience and the director deems it necessary after review of resume/CV and transcripts.
- Applicants must be available to attend classes every other Saturday.
Prospective Student Profile
Students who obtain the Master of International Business have commonalities. While the following are common attributes for acceptance of prospective students, we encourage everyone to apply.
- Executive students are typically well-established in their careers and generally possess between 10-15 years of professional experience.
- Executive students already possess core competencies and wish to add a global business expertise to their professional portfolio.
- Students come from widely diverse backgrounds and represent a broad range of managerial and administrative levels as well as a wide variety of industries.
- Many students already hold an advanced degree in medicine, law, aviation, engineering, or MIS.
Ready to Apply?
Prospective students have two ways to apply for acceptance into the Cook School’s Master of International Business Program:
- Apply Online through Saint Louis University’s online application (Please note the application requires a login. If you are a first-time user, look below the login button and click to create your account.)
With an interdisciplinary approach, Saint Louis University’s Master of International Business degree, executive format (EMIB) combines international business issues with foreign culture, history and politics. Coursework is approached in four parts.
Get a taste of the Master of International Business.
* Please note that courses may not be offered in the order provided. Rather courses are integrated throughout the 21-month program. All courses are two credit hours. E-commerce information and issues are incorporated into all courses.