Because business success requires a global perspective, the Belk College of Business has undertaken an expansion of its global business programs. The College currently offers the following global programs. Detailed information for each of our global programs is available by clicking on the link below the program title.
A dual-degree MBA by two world-class business schools, the MBA in Global Business and Strategy is offered jointly by the Belk College of Business at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte and EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. This global MBA prepares executives to practice in a multi-cultural environment with the capacity to define and implement business strategies that generate competitive advantages in global organizations. The program generates the ideal environment for the interaction, open discussion and mutual enrichment of leadership skills needed in organizations worldwide.
The Belk College of Business at UNC Charlotte and the Copenhagen Business School are collaborating on an exciting double master’s degree program in economics. Graduates of the program will receive both an M.S. in Economics with an Economics/Finance concentration from UNC Charlotte and a MSc in Economics and Business Administration, specializing in Applied Economics and Finance from Copenhagen Business School. Students will spend one academic year in each location.
Mathematical Finance students earn two degrees on two continents with UNC Charlotte and the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) in Milan. Students study for one year at each university and earn both an M.S. in Mathematical Finance with a Risk Management concentration from UNC Charlotte and a Laurea Magistrale (LM) in Banking and Finance from UCSC.
The partnership between UNC Charlotte and and the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) allows students to study for one year at UNCC and two years at SUFE and earn both an M.S. in Mathematical Finance from UNC Charlotte and a Master Degree in International Business from SUFE. Students gain strong quantitative skills in mathematics and in-depth knowledge of financial instruments and markets, and gain a solid understanding of finance, monetary economics, and banking regulation.