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The College of Business Studies’ (CBS) Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a distinctive program that encompasses the study of finance, management, marketing and related disciplines. The curriculum is designed to provide students with or without previous academic preparation in business a solid foundation in business theories and principles while developing the skills managers need to analyze situations and lead organizations. The curriculum is based upon the foundation courses found in all MBA programs, demonstrating how each area is integrated into a successful business operation. The program provides a general management post graduate and post experience education for those aspiring to or already at senior management level in organizations and equip them to perform effectively in managerial positions. Accordingly, the aim is not to pursue an academic theoretical study, but rather to enable theory to inform practice.
The MBA Program is designed to provide an academic experience that transcends that of the traditional classroom in which the flow of information is primarily from faculty member to student. Recognizing the educational value of the students’ extensive experience, faculty seeks to establish a vigorous dialogue in their MBA classes. The intention in MBA education is that each participant contributes to the education of the full class through sharing expertise and leading discussion when the participant’s skills and background make this possible.
All students pursuing the Master in Business Administration (MBA) must complete the following requirements:
|General Education Courses/Free Electives||26|
In general, the educational objectives of the Masters of Business Administration (MBA) incorporate the objectives of the College of Business Studies.
Specific objectives relevant to the elements mentioned above, Graduates will be able to:
At the end of the program students shall have:
|MBA601||Quantitative Analysis and Research Methods||7|
|MBA603||Organization Behavior and Leadership||7|
|MBA605||Corporate Finance and Financial Management||7|
|MBA621||Analyzing Bank Performance||6.5|
|MBA622||Managing Funding, Liquidity and Capital||6.5|
|MBA623||Managing Interest Rate Risk||6.5|
|MBA624||Managing the Bank’s Investment Portfolio||6.5|
|MBA632||Management of Human Resources||6.5|
|MBA633||Marketing Management and Strategy||6.5|
|MBA635||Entrepreneurship and Innovation||6.5|
|MBA636||Business Ethics and CSR||6.5|
Detailed information is provided in the Section → Academics → Foundation Course