MBA Global Leadership Module
New Orleans has been a center for international trade for more than 300 years, and Freeman has incorporated that global perspective in our programs and student body from the beginning. At the time of the school’s founding in 1914, two out of its five classes focused on international business. As the economy becomes more global, every business is international, and cultural fluency is a requirement for business leaders.
Freeman has long had programs around the world through the Goldring Institute for International Business. With partner programs in China and Central and South America, the Freeman alumni network is global. Opportunities for international study exist in almost all Freeman MBA programs.
Since 2006, the Global Leadership Module (3 courses, 7 credits) has been a requirement in the Full-Time MBA program. With three course-based trips, Tulane MBAs and their professors travel to Europe, South America and Asia. With classes of 25-30 students, our Full-Time MBA program is the optimal size for cohort-based travel and learning. You’ll be more than a tourist on these trips: You’ll visit offices and manufacturing facilities, meet international executives and complete a consulting project for a real company.