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Important Announcement

Enrollment for the M.S. in Global Commerce is expected to resume in the Fall 2025 entry term. By requesting information, you will be among the first to receive information about the program, admissions process, and upcoming events when the program relaunches during the 2024-25 admissions season.

M.S. in Global Commerce | Admissions

Requirements and Eligibility

We seek well-rounded individuals who have a passion for their chosen field of study. We look for evidence of strong academic ability and qualities of character, such as motivation, maturity, tenacity, integrity, ability to work with others, self-reliance, and leadership. We strive to achieve a class environment with a diversity of perspectives and life experiences.


Applicants cannot have more than two years of work experience, or must have graduated within 26 months prior to matriculation (September each year). Full-time work experience is not a requirement, though candidates must be proficient in English.

Applicants must earn an undergraduate business degree (business administration, finance, marketing, management, supply chain management, etc.) from a regionally accredited college or university and an AACSB- or EQUIS-accredited business school and have completed three prerequisite courses:

Introduction to Financial Accounting

Students should understand the basic framework of accounting, including underlying accounting concepts and constraints, that helps them in preparation of financial records, financial statements, and analysis of the major financial statements.

Introduction to Microeconomics

Students should have gained an understanding of consumer and producer behavior, the nature of supply and demand, the different kinds of markets and how they function, welfare outcomes of consumers and producers, and the forces determining income distribution.


Students should have an understanding to the theory, methods, and concerns of corporate finance. This includes, but is not limited to, the time value of money and capital budgeting techniques, uncertainty and the trade-off between risk and return, security market efficiency, optimal capital structure, and dividend policy decisions.

Prerequisite coursework must be completed prior to matriculation but is not required at the time of application.

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We look forward to connecting with you about your interest in our Graduate Programs and encourage you to be in touch with any questions you may have.

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