Program Curriculum

Semester 1

This semester will begin on January 2, 2022, and students will attend these courses in parallel.

Project Management Professional (PMP) Study Guide

Professional in Human Resources – International (PHRI) Exam Preparation & Study Guide

California Real Estate Broker Exam Study Guide

Semester 2

This semester will begin on May 1, 2022, and students will attend these courses parallel to one another.

Accounting & Finance

Business/Managerial Economics

Organizational Behavior Studies

Semester 3

This semester will begin on September 1, 2022, and students will attend these courses parallel to one another.

Credit Management

Marketing Management

Business Law & Ethics 

Semester 4, 5, & 6

Semester 4 will start on January 2, 2023, Semester 5 will begin on May 1, 2023, and Semester 6 will start on September 1, 2023. Students will write their dissertations during these semesters. Midway through semester 3, 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

Logistics, Materials, & Supply Chain Management

Research & Development Management

Auditing

Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies

Franchising & Franchise Operations

Small Business Administration

Selling Skills & Sales Operations

Construction Management

Organizational Leadership

Project Management Professional (PMP) Study Guide

The Objective of the Course

Prepare the student for the PMP certification exam.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the PMP Exam Study Guide - Project Management Professional course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify the components and steps of the project initiation, planning, execution, control, monitoring, and closure phases.
  • Analyze project feasibility, costs, benefits, and risks to align expectations and support key stakeholders.
  • Develop a project charter and create a plan to manage stakeholder engagement and communication.
  • Construct plans to effectively manage project scope, costs, schedules, and delegate tasks.
  • Identify strategies to effectively manage procurement, quality, and schedules during the project execution stage.
  • Select tools and metrics to efficiently control and monitor project scope, processes, and risk.
  • Propose strategies for responding to schedule and process changes, risk exposure, and alterations to scope.
  • Facilitate project closure by transferring ownership of deliverables, obtaining feedback from stakeholders, and reviewing

About the Exam

The PMP® Exam is a 4-hour test administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) ®. It consists of 200 multiple-choice questions. The Exam is computer-based and divided into five sections:

  • Initiating – 26 questions (13%)
  • Planning – 48 questions (24%)
  • Executing – 62 questions (31%)
  • Monitoring & Controlling – 50 questions (25%)
  • Closing – 14 questions (7%)

Evaluation & Percentage

By the end of the course, students will attend a final proctored exam similar to the PMP certification exam. Students can guess their expected grades and apply the necessary revision before the PMP certificate exam by analyzing this mock Exam. The Faculty may change the mock Exam's structure depending on the format of the PMP certification exam.

Assignments = 60%

Final exam = 40%

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

 

Professional in Human Resources - International (PHRI): Exam Prep & Study Guide

The Objective of the Course

Prepares students for the PHRI certificate exam

Learning Outcome

Students will learn how to use integrated coaching, organizational development, career planning, and counseling skills to design, manage, and evaluate plans that improve an individual's productivity, employability, and job satisfaction, as well as organizational effectiveness, employment, management development, customer service, and quality management.

This course includes psychology, structure behavior, adult education principles, activity counseling, ability testing and evaluation, program design, consulting practice, structure development, and applications to issues. After finishing, students will be able to answer questions such as:

  • Role of the human resources department
  • Time and change management
  • Policies and procedures
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Employee relations and communication
  • Compensation and benefits for employees
  • Staff training and development
  • Health, security, and safety in the workplace

 

 

About the Exam

The PHRI Exam includes six sections that are weighted accordingly:

  • R. Administration (22%)
  • Recruitment & Selection (22%)
  • Employee Relations & Communication (20%)
  • Training & development (15%)
  • Compensation & Benefits (14%)
  • Health, Safety, & Security (7%)

Evaluation & Percentage

Students will attend a mock exam consisting of 50 questions divided similarly to the PHRI certificate exam. Upon assessment, students will receive a detailed report of their performance, detailed answers, and explanations for each question. This will allow them to perform their utmost in the official certification exam. The Faculty may change the mock Exam's structure depending on the format of the PHRI certificate exam

Final exam = 40%

Additionally, students will take several assignments throughout the course's duration, weighing 60% of the course's total grade.

Assignments = 60%

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

California Real Estate Broker Exam

The Objective of the Course

Prepare students for the California Real Estate Broker exam

Learning Outcome

Students will go over numerous subjects within the field, including real estate financing, the transfer of real property, property ownership forms, and more. In addition, upon completing the course, students will acquire knowledge in the following:

  • Handling encumbrances in real estate
  • Describing and surveying land
  • Laws and regulations of land use
  • Real estate agencies
  • Appraising property
  • Fair Housing and consumer protection laws
  • Forms of leases and property management
  • Investing in real estate
  • Property condition disclosure
  • Principles and responsibilities of practicing real estate brokers
  • Contracts and closing procedures
  • Procedures specific to the California Bureau of Real Estate

About the Exam

The California Real Estate Broker Exam is a multiple-choice question exam composing of seven subjects:

  • Property Ownership & Land Use Controls and Regulations (15%)
  • Laws of Agency & Fiduciary Duties (17%)
  • Property Valuation & Financial Analysis (14%)
  • Financing (9%)
  • Transfer of Property (8%)
  • The Practice of Real Estate & Disclosures (25%)
  • Contracts (12%)

Evaluation & Percentage

Students will attend a mock exam of 50 questions, similar to the California Real Estate Broker Exam. Upon assessment, students will receive a detailed report of their performance and precise answers and explanations for each question. This evaluation will allow them to perform their utmost in the official certification exam. The Faculty may change the mock Exam's structure depending on the California Real Estate Broker Exam structure.

Final exam = 40%

Additionally, students will take several assignments throughout the course's duration, weighing 60% of the course's total grade.

Assignments = 60%

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Accounting and Finance

Course Description

This course prepares students to function as accountants, financial managers, or analysts using an integration/combination of accounting and financial fundamentals.

Accounting

Managerial Accounting is the study of accounting that generates management data for economic decision-making. It studies cost-benefit criteria and behavioral implications of actions and methods for setting long and short-range goals. It explores the method of manufacturing monetary in operation data for structure workers and managers. Students will learn to use an information system that collects operational and financial data, processes, stores, and reports the data to users for feedback on their performances. Management accounting produces information for managers in a corporation. It sets apart approach, measuring, accumulating, analyzing, preparing, interpreting, and communicating information that helps managers achieve organizational objectives.

Finance

This course introduces students to the concepts and theories of corporate finance that underlie the techniques offered as aids for understanding, evaluating, and resolving financial problems. This course highlights the building blocks of economic management that are of primary concern to managers and all the considerations needed to make financial decisions inside and outside firms. Financial management focuses on ratios, equities, and debts. In addition, it helps portfolio management, distribution of dividends, capital raising, and searching and hedging fluctuations in foreign currency and product cycles.

Financial managers are the folks that can do analysis, support the study, decide what sort of capital is needed to fund the Institute's assets, and increase its worth for all the stakeholders. It also refers to the economic and effective management of cash (funds) in such a fashion to accomplish the organization's objectives. Finally, it is the specialized perform directly related to the highest power.

The performance's significance is not seen within the line and the 'Staff' capability in a corporation's overall. It has been outlined otherwise by totally different specialists within the field. The term usually applies to an institute or institute's monetary strategy. At the same time, personal finance or financial life management refers to an individual's management strategy. It includes the way to raise the capital and allot capital, i.e., capital budgeting. Not only for long-term budgeting but also for allocating the short term have had resources like current liabilities. It also deals with the dividend policies of the shareholders

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 220 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Business/Managerial Economics

Course Description

Students will learn about applying economic principles to analyzing business enterprises' organization and operation in this course. By the end of this course, students should have acquired knowledge in financial theory, banking and money systems, the speculation of competition, valuation theory, wage and salary/incentive theory, analysis of markets, and applications of economics and quantitative ways to the study of explicit businesses and business issues.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 220 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Organizational Behavior Studies

Course Description

This course concentrates on the scientific study of people's behavior and motivations in organized teams and their implementation in business and industrial settings. Contains instruction in organization theory, industrial and structure scientific correction, psychology, the social science of organizations, build up and incentive theory, worker relations methods, structure power and influence, organization accordance and hierarchy, leadership designs, and applications of research and alternative methodologies to structure analysis.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 220 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Credit Management

Course Description

This course will prepare students to perform and manage personal and corporate credit, collateral, loan processing, and related financial agency communications. This course generally contains finance and banking principles, insurance, property, taxation, business law and rules, quantitative ways, money pc systems applications and implementation, direction, communications skills, business and workplace management, and professional standards and ethics.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 220 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Marketing/Marketing Management, General

Course Description

This course will prepare students to undertake and manage shopper audiences' methods and move products from producers to shoppers. Includes instruction in purchaser behavior and dynamics, the principle of selling analysis, demand analysis, cost-volume, and profit relationships, valuation theory, promoting the campaign and strategic designing, market segments, advertising ways, sales operations, and management, shopper relations, retailing, and applications to specific product and markets.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 220 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Business Law & Ethics

Course Description

Business Ethics

This course stresses the spatial relation of moral values like honesty, trust, respect, and fairness within individual and structure effectiveness. The course explores the concepts of developing ethical reasoning and, therefore, the interaction of ethical judgment victimization 3 Models of Management Ethics. The intent is to demonstrate the breadth of responsibility of the individual manager, organization, and corporation in creating "ethical" selections. The methodology focuses on analyzing case studies, role-playing, and experiential exercises to present the learner differently.

Such topics embrace personal and structured ethics, moral problems within the world arena, business' influence on government and politics, clients and consumer stakeholders, the connection between the natural environment and business, and therefore the relationship between business and workers—including the New Social Contact and changes within the geographic point associated with employee rights.

Additionally, students are inspired to challenge their perceptions of moral values mentioned in the course and examine their actions related to the models' conferred.

Business law

This course will provide the student with foundational info regarding the U.S. system, dispute resolution, and their business impact. The most crucial content areas can embrace general principles of law, the connection of business and, therefore, the U.S. Constitution, state and federal legal systems, the relationship between law and ethics, contracts, sales, torts, agency law, belongings, and business law within the world context. The purpose of this course is to:

  • Outline elementary legal language concerning contracts, torts, property, and wills
  • Differentiate between business ethics and legal issues
  • Determine and make a case for needed components of torts, needs of contracts, sales contracts, firms, partnerships, agency, creditors' rights, bankruptcy, and industrial paper
  • Examine numerous client laws as applied to business and people.

Upon completing the course, students should be able to:

  • Describe the U.S. system and, therefore, the legal surroundings of business.
  • Describe the connection between ethics and law in business.
  • Outline relevant legal terms in business.
  • Make a case for basic principles of law that apply to business and business transactions.
  • Describe business law within the world context.
  • Describe current law, rules, and rules associated with subsiding business disputes.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 220 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Telecommunications Management

Course Description

This course prepares students to use business skills to vogue, implement, and manage organizations' voice, video, and data networking systems. This course includes instruction in telecommunication ideas and technologies, network operations and management, wireless communications and mobile computing, cybersecurity, regulation, public policy, business practices, management, and written and oral communications.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management

Course Description

This course prepares students to manage the associated coordination of all logistic functions in an enterprise, from gaining and handling through the inner distribution of resources to process units to the treatment and delivery of output. Includes instruction in procuration and buying, internal control, storage and handling, just-in-time producing, supplying coming up with shipping and delivery management, transportation, internal control, budgeting, and resource estimation and allocation.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Research and Development Management

Course Description

This course prepares students to manage approaches, programs, and organizations involving basic and applied analysis or specialized technology applications within the public or private sectors. Also, it contains instruction in all sides of business management applied to the leadership and management of scientific, clinical, engineering, and social scientific enterprises; the management of coupled operational, security, and logistical issues; and technical competence in one or more research disciplines.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Auditing

Course Description

This course prepares students to perform internal and external evaluations to judge structure financial and operational activities, guarantee compliance with laws and policies, safeguard assets, and promote effective coming up with and resource allocation. It contains instruction in advanced accounting, audit techniques, tools, risk, sampling, and management. Audit springs up with management, rules, law, environmental auditing, data technology applications, professional standards, ethics, and specific business and repair sector issues.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies

Course Description

This course prepares students to perform development, selling, and management functions related to owning and operating a business. It will also offer students a start in learning concerning what they will own and operate an undefeated business. Students can explore making a company arrange, funding a business, and valuation product and services.

Entrepreneurship is an interdisciplinary course designed to teach students how to think and act entrepreneurially. Students find out how to start up and operate a business, hence turning their learning into earning. The course will rely on cross-curricular tutorial skills by integrating inquiry-based learning and business tools to enable students to analyze, create, develop, and pilot small businesses in a safe campus environment.

Those who manage and operate small businesses can bring their product on to the buyer via the native marketplace or gift venture to potential investors for funding. A strong emphasis on hands-on experiences reinforces concepts and skills. The course includes applications to society, people, and the uses of technology. The condition of this course is in coupling with the connection for Teaching Entrepreneurship.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Franchising and Franchise Operations

Course Description

This course prepares students to manage and operate franchises. It also includes instruction in legal necessities, set-up prices and capitalization necessities, financing, and applications to specific franchise opportunities.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Small Business Administration/Management

Course Description

This course prepares students to develop and manage small businesses. It also includes instruction in business administration, enterprise planning, entrepreneurship, start-up, small business operations, problems, personnel supervision, capitalization and investment, taxation, business law and regulations, e-commerce, home business operations, application-specific sectors, products, etc. services.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours


Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Selling Skills & Sales Operations

Course Description

This program prepares students to possess the skills to directly upgrade products and services to potential customers and perform freelance sales delegates and managers. This course includes instruction in client science, image projection, speaking, social communications, sales organization and operations, client relations, professional standards, applicable and ethics, and technical skills.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours


Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Construction Management

Course Description

This course prepares students to manage, coordinate, and supervise the development method from idea development through project completion on a timely and economic basis. Includes instruction in business, residential, mechanical, highway/heavy civil, electrical, environmental, industrial, and specialty construction; facilities management; project planning; budgeting and value control; supply and materials management; personnel management and labor relations; website safety; construction contracting; construction processes and techniques; organization and scheduling; and applicable codes and rules.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours


Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Organizational Leadership

Course Description

This course focuses on leadership skills applicable to a business, government, non-profit, or academic setting. This course includes instruction in structure designing, leadership dynamics, finance, team building, conflict resolution and mediation, communication, and alternative management skills.

Evaluation & Percentage

This course consists of 300 points. Therefore, students need a minimum of 255 points to pass this course. The table below describes the evaluation procedure for this course.

AssignmentPossible Points
Quizzes100
Assignment 150
Assignment 250
Proctored Final Exam100
Total300

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours


Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

Dissertation/Thesis

Definition

The MBA dissertation is written proof that the student understood the program well enough to write about it on a significant academic level. In this course, students will receive guidance on how to write a proper research paper.

Description

Structure

In coordination with their respective instructors and supervisors, students are expected to plan their dissertation since they will be graded separately in each dissertation segment. Therefore, the dissertation may be divided and weighed as such:

  • Abstract – 10%
  • Introduction – 10%
  • Method – 20%
  • Literature Review – 20%
  • Results & Discussion – 20%
  • Conclusion, Reference, & Appendix – 20%

The advisor will assign each student the submission date for each section of their respective dissertation.

Abstract

In the abstract, students should state:

  • What are they investigating?
  • What is the importance of such an investigation?
  • What are they expected to find?
Introduction

In the introduction, students should state:

  • What are they researching?
  • Why are they conducting this research?
  • Where are they researching (in what field/area)?
  • Which questions are they expecting to answer?
  • How are they going to find these answers?
Literature Review

This section includes a summary of other researchers' approaches & discoveries that the student was used as a reference when doing their research.

Methodology

In this section, students should state:

  • How they gathered the data?
  • Why was this a reliable and valid way to gather the data required?
  • How this approach suited the questions asked?
  • Why did they choose a particular method over another? (For example, quantitative essay rather than qualitative case study)
  • How do they intend to analyze the data?
  • Which tests or procedures are they going to use?
  • What are the limitations to their method, and how did they attempt to overcome them?
Results & Discussion

Students will reconstruct the outcomes they received from processing the collected data using the mentioned methods, whether the results were anticipated, and answer their questions. Also, they should discuss surprising results.

Conclusion

In this segment, students should state what they concluded from their dissertation, the limitations they faced, recommendations for other researchers, and areas that require further research.

Reference

Students should state the source of all statistics, studies, researches, and other informative scripts they incorporated into their dissertation.

Appendix

The appendix should include an organized collection of the raw data the researcher used during their investigation.

Format

The MBA dissertation is the last challenge for students towards a desired Master's Degree in business administration. Students should demonstrate a high level of research and writing skills and effectively apply their subject knowledge. When preparing their MBA research project, students should follow the requirements listed below:

  1. The thesis should incorporate 15,000 to 20,000 words. This word count does not cover appendices, glossary, and references. Do not embrace symbols and technical terms during this limit similarly.
  2. Students should number the pages sequentially, putting the primary range on the page if there are no alternative necessities.
  3. Numbers should be at the bottom right corner of the page.
  4. Number the figures and tables sequentially within each chapter.
  5. Equations ought to even be numbered consecutive, with the numbers put in parentheses.
  6. Each table and figure should have a title and should be explained and referred to in the document.
  7. Cite the sources consistently throughout the text. Whether it is a quotation or a table taken from the other scholar's original research, make sure to mention the MBA paper source.
  8. Students should follow the citation format recommended by their advisors.
  9. Students should format the cover and title pages to include the following details:
    1. Title of their paper
    2. Name of program
    3. Student's name
    4. Advisor's name
    5. Date
  10. Students should follow the structure and the page numbers of their paper in the table of contents. For example, the Master's degree thesis table of contents typically consists of 3 hierarchical levels.
  11. The student should place the summary section in the introductory part of the MBA paper. It usually follows the table of contents and, in brief, informs of the objectives, methods, and conclusions of the work (not more than 300 words).
  12. If the paper has many tables and figures, the students should tabulate them accordingly.
  13. Students should structure the primary parts of their paper correctly. For example, it ought to incorporate the introduction, the dissertation chapters, and the conclusion.
  14. Students should cover the critical aspects of the MBA paper in their chapters.
  15. Literature review and methodology should necessarily be included in the main chapters of their work.
  • The references ought to be organized in alphabetical order and given in compliance with the suggested format vogue.

Evaluation & Percentage

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

Cost, Delivery Mode, & Credit Hours

Delivery ModeCostCredit Hours
Online$200 3

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

Examination Expectation for each course

Preparation Courses

Assignments

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

Quizzes will be held throughout the course and weigh one-third of the course's grade.

Assignments

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.

Curriculum Development

Curriculum Development Process

Windsor University obligates all Faculty members (instructors, professors, etc.) to coordinate with the President and the Chief Academic Officer in the curriculum development process. This dynamic process includes several stages: planning and preparing, designing and developing, implementing, evaluating, revising, and improving.

Planning & Preparing

During this stage, The Faculty identifies/updates the curriculum’s objectives and learning outcomes. In addition, faculty members should know the ever-changing labor market’s demands and update the curriculum to supply these needs.

Designing & Developing

During this stage, the Faculty identifies/updates the curriculum’s content and learning materials. These references should complement the curriculum’s objectives and learning outcome. Therefore, faculty members should know the latest learning materials and update the appropriate new content into the curriculum.

Implementing

During this stage, the Faculty identifies/updates the curriculum’s online teaching method and mapping. These methods and schedules should facilitate the delivery of the curriculum to the students. Faculty members should know the recent instructing methodologies and implement the relevant techniques into the curriculum.

Evaluating

During this stage, the Faculty identifies the curriculum’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. In addition, faculty members should be knowledgeable of the latest methods of evaluating the curriculum.

Strengths

The Faculty identifies the curriculum’s strong points regarding its objectives and learning outcomes, content and learning material, online teaching method, etc… Faculty members should be well-aware of the latest means to emphasize these assets.

Weaknesses

The Faculty identifies the curriculum’s weak points regarding its objectives and learning outcomes, content and learning material, online teaching method, etc… Faculty members should be well-aware of the latest means to limit or eliminate these imperfections.

Opportunities

The Faculty identifies the curriculum’s opportunities. These are aspects, if reinforced, will evolve and progress the curriculum. Therefore, faculty members should continuously seek to identify new growth opportunities for the curriculum and suggest the correct process and procedure to promote and facilitates these prospects.

Threats

The Faculty identifies the curriculum’s threats. These are aspects, if kept unchecked, that may deteriorate or hinder the progress of the curriculum. Therefore, faculty members should continuously identify these threats and suggest adequate processes and procedures to prevent these dangers.

Revising & Improving

After discussing with the President and the Chief Academic Officer, the Faculty apply the approved curriculum changes during this final stage. Faculty members should continuously revise the curriculum and observe its compliance with the labor market’s changing demands.

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