In the program, students choose one of two paths: the language track or the global track. The language track integrates traditional business education with intensive instruction in one of eight languages, such as Arabic, Spanish or Chinese. The global track is designed to prepare students to practice business anywhere in the world, beginning with a set of lock-step core classes and courses on regional and global business practices in the first year. In the summer, global track students are required to take in internship abroad. In the second year, students in both tracks can concentrate in eight areas, such as small enterprises, marketing or finance.
With their international business training, Moore MBAs seek positions in businesses all over the world. For students who want to stay closer to home, recruiters come to Moore from around the Southeast. Columbia has a fair-sized student population, and Moore students congregate in the Five Points areas to visit bars and restaurants after class.