The overall objective of master’s level business and management degrees is to develop individuals as managers and business specialists, and thus to improve the quality of management as a profession. Master’s degrees add value to first degrees by developing in individuals an integrated and critically aware understanding of management and organizations, and assisting them to take effective roles within them. The purpose of these degrees is fourfold:
- The advanced study of organizations, their management and the changing external context in which they operate.
- The preparation for and/or development of a career in business and management by developing skills at a professional or equivalent level, or as preparation for research or further study in the area.
- The development of the ability to apply knowledge and understanding of business and management to complex issues, both systematically and creatively, to improve business and management practice.
- The enhancement of lifelong learning skills and personal development so as to be able to work with self-direction and originality and to contribute to business and society at large.
By the end of this program students will able to:
- Create environments to lead and motivate individuals, teams and organizations within a changing, multicultural global business environment;
- Critically analyze and question knowledge, theories and beliefs in functional disciplines such as marketing, finance, operations, and human resources;
- Apply practical knowledge of sound industry practices to exploit strategic opportunities, man age effectively, and solve complex business problems;
- Incorporate dimensions of technology management and innovation to contribute to organizational efficiency and competitive advantage;
- Make business decisions with reference to accepted industry standards of business ethics, corporate governance, and social responsibility.
Please check the Academic Calendar (see the Quick Links section to the right of the page) to have a detailed overview of the pertinent courses.
Structure of MBA
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