Master of Business Administration Curriculum
Students in this 16-courses (48 credit hours) program can choose between the following concentrations:
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program promotes learning to synthesize the depth of management within a technology-driven world.
Course content reflects current business practices in class organizations. Courses balance nurturing of an appreciation for the role of theory in effective management with practical, how-to insights. While the emphasis in the program is directed toward managing in a technology-driven world, management competencies that apply to all business operations are covered.
The program provides an ethical and legal foundation for the student’s behavior in commerce and it gives the student insights into recognizing inappropriate behavior in others. It imbues the student with detailed knowledge of managing both projects and operations. It describes how effective managers lead—how they make decisions to motivate others and how they organize efforts to tap into human capabilities most effectively.
Management degree programs will help you develop effective interpersonal skills, build your decision-making and entrepreneurial thinking, and help you become more familiar with diverse business environments.
HR managers are tasked with providing clear direction and guidance for those working in an organization and are responsible for helping to generate a positive and encouraging working environment.
Marketing & Communication
Program is designed to incorporate disciplines of marketing communications and public relations together; with the aim to graduate experts and communication professionals.
Study of systems with a specific reference to information and the complementary networks of hardware and software that people and organizations use to collect, filter, process, create and also distribute data.
Leadership and Sustainability
The program provides students with an understanding of organization and leadership theory in the context of sustainability, It also provides students with an understanding of research methods for sustainable decision-making.
You will be given an introduction to the world of hospitality, learning about how the industry works and the managerial and customer service skills you will need to succeed.
Finance is a field that is concerned with the allocation (investment) of assets and liabilities over space and time, often under conditions of risk or uncertainty.
Management dealing with the leadership, organization, planning, securing and controlling resources to achieve specific goals within a time- or funding-constrained project period.
Health management refers to the process of organizing and coordinating the performance of a healthcare facility, and linking health expenditure and health outcomes, and applying economic evaluation techniques to health outcomes.