Master in Business Administration (MBA)

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The Master of Business Administration degree program provides graduates, of different academic and professional backgrounds, with the opportunity to study a wide array of functional areas of business administration and management. The principal aim is to develop skills in scientific analysis and to be able to integrate concepts and research findings of business and social sciences. Students are prepared to draw logically sound conclusions, to think creatively, to communicate effectively, and to appreciate the role and responsibilities of business enterprises in our broad social framework.

In addition to developing a strong analytical foundation for making important and varied business decisions, MUBS students also gain a deeper understanding of one special area by selecting one of various BA concentrations.

The program is designed with flexibility to meet the needs of people with undergraduate degrees other than business (law, engineering, life sciences, liberal arts….)

Program Requirements: 39 Credits consist of:

21 cr. core requirements

18 cr. major and research requirements

Career Opportunities

The importance of an MBA degree stems from the fact that it gives an access to myriad of employment opportunities at higher managerial levels. An MBA holder not only has the opportunity of finding managerial, business, marketing or finance-related work in large organizations but also the opportunity of acquiring the necessary skills to become an entrepreneur and manage a successful startup.

Program Structure

The Masters in Business Administration provides students with the opportunity to study various core and concentration courses. For those students who have no previous business course work they are required to sign for certain remedial courses that range between 1 and 5, depending on the student background.

Candidates may choose to pursue one of the following options for graduation:

Sign for six of the concentration courses or.

Sign for five of the Concentration courses and MBA 698 Project in Business.

MBA Major Courses

All courses are based on 3 credits. 

Remedial courses

Accounting I

Microeconomics

Macroeconomics

Introduction to Management

Introduction to Marketing

Core courses (21 credits)

ACC501 Financial Reporting and Control

MGT501 Managing Individuals and Organizations

ECO501 Business Economics Analysis and Forecasting

ITC501 IT Strategies for a Networked Economy

HRM501 Human Resource Management

MKT501 Marketing Management

STA501 Graduate Research Methods

 

Concentration/Elective Courses (18 credits), choose from :

Management Concentration

Course Code 

Course Title

MGT 601

Strategic Management

MGT 602 

Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics

MGT 603

Managing Change

MGT 604

Managing Quality

MGT 605

Managing Innovation and Creativity

MGT 606

Legal and Ethical Issues in Management

MGT 607

Production and Operations Management

MGT 608

Managing Projects

MGT 609

Advanced Topics in International Business

MGT 610

Leadership & Sustainable Development

MGT 697

Seminar / Management

MGT 698

Project (Management)

 

Elective course from other concentrations

 

Marketing Concentration

Course Code

Course Title

MKT601

Direct Marketing

MKT602

Marketing Research

MKT603

Global Strategic Marketing

MKT604

Product and Brand Management

MKT605

Industrial and Government Marketing

MKT606

Consumer Behavior

MKT607

Supply Chain Management

MKT608

Entrepreneurial Marketing

EBU602

E-Business Marketing

MKT601

Seminar / Marketing

MKT601

Project / Marketing

Open

Elective course from other concentrations

Accounting Concentration

Course Code

Course Title

ACC601

Introduction to Financial Analysis

ACC602

Tax Accounting and Planning

ACC603

Managerial Cost Accounting

ACC604

Intermediate Accounting I

ACC605

Intermediate Accounting II

ACC606

Auditing Issues and Problems

ACC607

Accounting Theory

ACC608

Advanced Topics in Accounting I

ACC609

Advanced Topics in Accounting II

ACC697

Seminar / Accounting

ACC698

Project (Accounting)

 Open

Elective course from other concentrations

Finance Concentration

Course Code

Course Title

FIN601

Corporate Financial Management

FIN602

Advanced Corporate Finance

FIN603

Money and Capital Markets

FIN604

Investments

FIN605

Portfolio Management

FIN606

Futures, Options and Financial Risk Management

FIN607

Mergers and Acquisitions

FIN608

Multinational Financial Management

FIN609

Financial Modeling

FIN697

Seminar / Finance

FIN698

Project (Finance)

Open

Elective course from other concentrations

Open

Special topics or emphasis course from other concentrations

Educational Management

Course Code

Course Title

EDM601

Corporate Financial Management

EDM 602

Advanced Corporate Finance

EDM 603

Money and Capital Markets

EDM 604

Investments

EDM 605

Portfolio Management

EDM 606

Futures, Options and Financial Risk Management

EDM 607

Mergers and Acquisitions

EDM 608

Multinational Financial Management

EDM698

Project (Finance)

Open

Elective course from other concentrations

Suggested Course Plan for a Full Time MBA Student

Code

Description

Credits

Status

Semester 1

STA501

Graduate Research Methods

3

Core Courses

MGT501

Managing Individuals & Organizations

3

Core Courses

 

Concentration course

3

Concentration course

Semester 2

HRM501

Human Resource Management

3

Core Courses

ITC501

IT Strategies for a Networked Economy

3

Core Courses

 

Concentration course

3

Concentration course

Summer semester

MKT501

Marketing Management

3

Core Courses

Semester 3

ECO 501

Business Economics Analysis & Forecasting

3

Core Courses

 

Concentration course

3

Concentration course

 

Concentration course

3

Concentration course

Semester 5

ACC 501

Financial Reporting & Control

3

Core Courses

 

Concentration course

3

Concentration course

 

Concentration course

3

Concentration course

 

 

 

 

 





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