M.S. in Management Program to Include International Collaboration Partnership

"The students will be working side by side, those from America and those from Korea."

Gyeongbokgung Palace

In line with SEBA's focus on "Think Globally, Lead Responsibly," the new M.S. in Management program has announced a trailblazing partnership with Chung-Ang University and Anhlab, a Korean software business, to coordinate a hands-on immersion project pairing international students with American students. Saint Mary's and Chung-Ang University students will be exploring potential ways for Anhlab, successful in Asia, to break into the American market. The project will take place during the international travel coursework portion of the program which satisfies part of their degree requirement.

"The students will be working side by side, those from America and those from Korea," said Professor Yung Jae Lee, who networked with the Executive Vice President of Anhlab, Seok-Kyun Kang, in order to bring students this new opportunity.

“The Chung-Ang University and Anhlab collaboration for the International Business project has not been done before, and has peaked student excitement,” said Professor Natasha Munshi.

Students who would like to know more about the partnership or the M.S. in Management Program, which launches this summer, are encouraged to attend the upcoming information session on May 3, from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. in Filippi Hall.