Monterey Institute alumni end up in the most interesting – and varied – places.
Jennifer Schneider (MBA '09) is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Uzbekistan '03-'05) and had also interned at USAID with the Bureau of Europe and Eurasia. Currently, she is an adviser with the Emerging Markets Development Advisers Program in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Twenty students traveled to Chile last January to research the human rights, transitional justice, and environmental issues facing indigenous Mapuche communities.
Graduates of the Fisher MBA in Global Impact Management pursue careers with a wide variety of corporate, non-profit, and government organizations.
The Business Foundations Certificate is offered by the Fisher International MBA Program to students interested in general business knowledge. The certificate is designed to better prepare graduates for management positions within areas of language education, international policy and translation or interpretation careers. The Business Foundations Certificate (BFC) will build skill sets in various areas of business disciplines.
Build robust expertise by earning two Master’s degrees in three years or less.
Why Pursue a Joint or Dual Degree?
Our joint and dual degree options permit students to expand their skill-sets and resumés via an integrated, condensed curriculum. Developing complementary skills allows for greater career opportunities, particularly with the emerging need for specialists who can bring cutting edge knowledge to traditional organizations and industries.
Product innovation, strategic planning, technology management, international market entry strategy, commercial development of biotechnology
Professor Soenen has taught in the department of Industrial Engineering and Management Science, Eindhoven University of Technology; Antwerp Business School; Limburg University Centre; University of San Diego; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Corporate finance, foreign exchange management, international capital markets, international finance
Courses offered in the past four years.
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IMGT 8639 - Foreign Exchange Management
This course deals with the diverse ways in which a company is exposed to foreign exchange risk and in particular how to manage these kinds of exposures. Emphasis is on the corporate view of international financial management. In additional to theoretical concepts, this course offers ample practical applications in the form of problems and case studies.
Prerequisites: IMGT 8536 or other finance course
Spring 2011 - MIIS
IMGT 8696 - Wks:Treasury Management
This course focuses on monitoring and controlling balance sheet variables with less than one year to maturity. Topics include financial planning, cash collection, concentration and disbursement, receivables, payables, inventory management, short-term investing and borrowing, interest risk management. An intensive case approach is the method of instruction.
Spring 2011 - MIIS
Trade and trade agreements