Our Specialty in International Business and Markets (ENMI) is oriented to international practice as we offer an economic, political, and business context of Asia, Europe, and Latin America, which allows you to combine entrepreneurial, legal, and cultural aspects with vast methodological knowledge.
ENMI is part of the Tricontinental master’s degree program in Global Studies, run jointly with the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Germany, and the National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan.
We are part of the 5% of Business Schools worldwide that hold this accreditation.
Of our teachers are members of the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores (SNI).
You have the option of get a triple degree through the Tricontinental master’s degree program in Global Studies, completing three semesters in Germany, Taiwan and Mexico.
- Hold an undergraduate degree in the areas of business administration, economics, company management, or like fields.
- Working command of the English language.
- Enjoy international and intercultural contexts.
Upon completion of the specialty you will have developed the following knowledge:
You will be trained to plan strategically, taking the international context into consideration.
Upon completion of the specialty you will have developed the following skills:
You will implement initiative and strategies to market products in international markets, based on international law, which will allow you to create social and economic value for the company and its interest groups.
Upon completion of the specialty you will have developed the following attitudes:
You will develop as a professional leader who contributes to the generation of value in the international environment, through support to economic and social development.
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Consult the courses that you will take in the Specialty in International Business and Markets.
*The order presented may change.
|North American Free Trade Agreement Business Environment||6|
|Introduction to Management in Latin America||6|
|The Sales Process and its Management||6|
|Management of Corporate Social Responsibility||6|
|Trade Agreements: China and Taiwan||6|
|Economic Policies in the European Union||6|
|Risk Management in Emerging Markets||6|