The International Management (IM) program prepares graduates for a wide range of global and local career opportunities. IM students develop practical and theoretical business skills, global awareness and international perspective which make IM graduates well-rounded, open-minded, flexible, adaptable and entrepreneurial individuals. With the addition of language proficiency, IM graduates can pursue any career except for Accounting (CA) careers.
IM careers include work with multinational corporations, multilateral organizations, governments and non-profit organizations among others in the areas of finance, marketing, etc. Job titles include Consultant, Business Analyst, Foreign Service officer, and many others.
For an extensive list of job titles associated with the International Management Major, please review the document prepared by the McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS): What can I do with my degree in International Management?
The International Management Major is also an excellent undergraduate degree for students looking to pursue graduate studies right after graduation or after some years of work experience.