Programme Information

Overview

The School offers five MBA Programs, which are structured to prepare and develop leaders of integrity, and a strong commitment to sound business ethics and practices. The curriculum, taken in the track progressions, is comprised of 11 8-week courses. Each graduate must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours in his/her area of speciality.

Other information

Emphases in Health Care Administration, Human Resource Management, Economics and Finance, Finance and Accounting and Marketing

Campuses: Main campus

Total programme credits: 12 M

Programme duration: 2 years

G.A.T.E status: GATE Approved

Requirements

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or its equivalent

Additional requirements

Each graduate must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours in his/her area of specialty.

Courses

Core courses

  • MBAF521 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
  • MBAF526 Managerial Economics
  • MBAF530 Ethical and Legal Environment of Business
  • MBAF540 Issues in International Business
  • MBAF550 Financial Decision Making
  • MBAF561 Strategic Management
  • MBAM696 Business Research Methods
  • MBAM697 Master’s Project

Finance and accounting

  • MBAA645- Advanced Auditing
  • MBAA 610 - Interpreting Accounting Information
  • MBAA 621- Investment & Portfolio Management
  • MBAA 632 - Case Studies in Management Accounting

Healthcare Management

  • MBAH 655 – Foundations of Health Care Management
  • MBAH 665 - Health Care Marketing
  • MBAH 675 - Health Care Finance
  • MBAH 685 – Information Management in Healthcare

Marketing

  • MBAK 624 -Marketing Management
  • MBAK 635 - Marketing Strategy
  • MBAK 646 - Consumer Behavior
  • MBAK 657 - Advertising Management

Human Resource Management

  • MBAR 631 –Contemporary Aspects of Human Resources Management
  • MBAR 642 - Strategic Human Resource Management
  • MBAR 653 – Performance Management
  • MBAR 664 – Industrial Relations

Economics and Finance

  • ECON 620 - Modern Microeconomics
  • ECON 630 – International Economics
  • FNCE 650 - Financial Economics
  • FNCE 680 – Financial Econometrics
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