IMBA Assessment Highlights
Note: The IMBA program is being discontinued by the Fogelman College during the 2019-20 academic year. Thus, the college has discontinued assessing the program effective Spring 2020. The assessment information on these pages is for archive purposes only.
The Fogelman International MBA Program (IMBA) is structured to assist students in meeting their goal of acquiring knowledge of international business, even if they do not have a traditional business background or a second language. The Program is open to graduates of business, foreign language, liberal arts, and other four-year bachelor's degree programs.
The Fogelman IMBA degree is operate as a full-time, 17 month program (including one summer session). Students earn 36 graduate credit hours upon graduation. Electives and expanded overseas experiences are available based on student interest.
- Additional information about the International MBA Degree Program (IMBA) on the Fogelman website.
Assessment Notes (IMBA):
- From an Assurance-of-Learning perspective the IMBA degree program is considered a "high volume" degree with a healthy number of students enrolled in a wide variety of sections for collecting assessment data.
- In some cases, IMBA students may be co-mingled with students from other graduate-level programs (MBA, MSIS, MSBA, etc.) To control for this, the pool of collected assessment data is filtered to exclude any non-IMBA students.
(page updated: 5/8/2020)