Master Degree In Business Administration (MBA) - Program Curriculum

Program Curriculum

Semester 1

Project Management  (PM)  — Preparation Course

Human Resources – Global  (HR) Preparation Course

Real Estate PrinciplesPreparation Course

Semester 2

Accounting & Finance  — Core Course

Business/Managerial EconomicsCore Course

Organizational Behavior Studies — Core Course

Semester 3

Credit ManagementCore Course

Marketing ManagementCore Course

Business Law & EthicsCore Course

Semester 4, 5 & 6
students will be asked to fill in and submit the add/drop form. This form is used to collect feedback from students regarding which elective courses they want to take and during which semester. The Faculty will choose the top two most frequent courses for each semester and inform them. Below is a list of elective courses:

Telecommunications Management — Elective Course

Logistics, Materials, & Supply Chain Management — Elective Course

Research & Development Management — Elective Course

Auditing — Elective Course

Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies — Elective Course

Franchising & Franchise Operations — Elective Course

Small Business Administration — Elective Course

Selling Skills & Sales Operations — Elective Course

Construction Management — Elective Course

Organizational Leadership — Elective Course

Examination Expectation for Each Course

Preparation Courses
Assignments will be held throughout the course and weigh 60% of the course’s grade.

Proctored Final Exam
The final Exam will weigh 40% of the course’s grade. It will be structured similarly to the official certification exam for each corresponding course. The Faculty will change the mock Exam’s structure depending on that of the actual Exam.

Core & Elective Courses
Quizzes will be held throughout the course and weigh one-third of the course’s grade.

Two assignments will be held during the course and weigh one-sixth of the course’s grade each.

Proctored Final Exam
The final Exam will weigh one-third of the course’s grade each.

Capstone Course
Instructors will assign the weight of each portion of the dissertation and evaluate it accordingly.

Occupational skills students will learn

  • Effective communication skills.
  • Expert problem-solving skills.
  • Network know-how.
  • Deal with pressure.
  • Strategic research and analysis.

MBA programs help students develop the abilities needed to stand out as business executives, like the power to quickly and accurately analyze massive amounts of data and, therefore, develop intelligent solutions to business problems.

MBA programs conjointly teach students a way to inspire and encourage individuals and command respect. This ability is significant for people who wish to tackle bold business comes that needs cooperation.

Type of Employment for Which Graduates Will Be Qualified

A Master’s Degree prepares people for several styles of careers. In keeping with the Graduate Management Admissions Council survey, sixty-fourth of 2012, Master’s degree graduates used their Master’s Degree to varied careers. Typical jobs associate with a Master’s Degree include:

Type of EmploymentType of Employment
Healthcare Administrator ManagerBusiness Operations Manager
Information Systems ManagerManagement Analyst
Operations Research AnalystMarket Research Analyst
Finance ManagerProject Manager
Operations ManagerInformation Technology Director
Securities AnalystBudget Analyst
Health info ManagerPurchasing Manager
Health Policy AnalystRevenue Manager
Logistics ManagerSports Management
Marketing ManagerH.R. Manager
I.T. DirectorTop government
Marketing ManagerProduct Manager

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