Innovative global MBA curriculum
Unlike other global MBA programs, the OneMBA curriculum was designed with equal input from the international partner schools, incorporating business practices and issues affecting each world region. No culture or perspective dominates, which provides you with a broad and balanced worldview.
> OneMBA curriculum at OneMBA.org
Global residencies to developed and emerging economies
You will join students from all OneMBA partner schools for four weeklong global residencies held on four continents, where you will visit developed and emerging countries. The local partner school will be your host as you participate in classes taught by local professors, visit regional and multinational companies, and meet local business and government leaders. OneMBA residencies are updated each year, so locations and activities may change.
> Itineraries, videos and photos at OneMBA.org
Global core and regional courses
Five global core courses are taught simultaneously at each OneMBA partner university. Faculty members from all OneMBA partner schools work together to incorporate perspectives and best practices from each world region. Each course includes a major project that requires working remotely with your global team.
UNC OneMBA students round out the OneMBA curriculum with 12 of the best, globally oriented courses from UNC’s Weekend and Evening MBA. These regional courses have been proven to accelerate career success for UNC MBA graduates.
Global teams mirror global business
For each global core course, you will complete global projects with multicultural team members from around the world. Your global teams will meet in person during global residencies. Between residencies, the team collaborates remotely using email, conference calls and Web-based conference tools.
Electives after graduation
You can keep your MBA current by taking UNC Weekend MBA and Evening MBA elective courses in Chapel Hill for a nominal fee.