One-year International MBA (Master of Business Administration)
The Arcadia International MBA at the American Graduate School in Paris features five key components to prepare students for successful careers in business, government, or international organizations.
The Arcadia International MBA at AGS incorporates an international experience:
As part of the program, students have the opportunity to go on a one-week educational trip to the United States, or join students from the Arcadia on-campus MBA program on a trip to a developed or developing country. Exemples of destinations include China, Singapore and Vietnam.
As an alternative option, international students may choose to complete their business experiential learning in France.
The Arcadia International MBA at AGS focuses on the challenges of the current international marketplace:
It addresses the most contemporaneous questions posed by globalization.
The Arcadia International MBA at AGS is geared towards career building:
It adopts a hands-on approach, including visits and meetings with executives of the most successful international corporations.
The Arcadia International MBA at AGS teaches responsible decision-making:
It sensitizes students to the challenges of sustainable development, social solidarity and ethical business.
The Arcadia International MBA at AGS takes advantage of its location in Paris, at the heart of the European Union:
E.U. and OECD economists and business policy makers participate in the program as teachers and guest speakers.
The Arcadia International MBA at AGS is a one-year program featuring a comprehensive curriculum taught on an intensive basis.
It follows a modular model. It includes ten courses, each taught over one month, with classroom time being on evenings and weekends in order to accommodate the constraints of working professionals. Each course consists of:
Classes are small, allowing for a supportive environment where professors provide close attention to each student.
One course is conducted every month (except August and September) over a ten-day period, according to the following schedule format.
All courses are required
Laura-Lee Smith USA
As citizens of the world community, AGSers share a deep will to improve international state of affairs. This drive for change translates into prescriptive discussion between students and teachers, not simply criticism. I most admire this quality about AGS and know that because we have the will to improve the system, we are the way for change.