First-hand experience that leads to expertise
Valpo’s MBA alumni graduate with a sense of business acumen because they have the opportunity to hone their knowledge and skills in business settings beyond the classroom. The MBA program offers several ways to get hands-on experience — including business opportunities abroad.
Course Numbers and Credits
Select one from the following courses:
||Study Abroad Experience
||Curricular Practical Training & Internships
Domestic students in the daytime Global MBA program are required to take the three-credit Study Abroad course (included with tuition). Students in the evening Professional MBA program may elect to take the Study Abroad course, or they can select from any of the 700-level courses as a substitute.
Special Topics, Field Projects, Independent Study
Students with a specific interest or opportunity can request to complete a comprehensive project for credit. Prerequisites may vary based upon the topics covered. Coursework needs the approval of the MBA Director and Dean of Graduate Studies before registration.
Curricular Practical Training
International students are required to take a three-credit Curricular Practical Training (CPT) internship to deepen their experience of business in the United States. This course adheres to government requirements for Curricular Practical Training, a program that gives non-immigrant international students the opportunity to work in the United States.
Internships are available for students in the daytime program.