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- The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program requires possession of a Bachelor's degree. For students with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Adminstration, the program requires completion of 36 units of coursework: 18 units of Second Year Core courses, 12 units of Elective courses and 6 units of a Master's Thesis or Comprehensive Exam.
- For students holding a bachelor's degree in another discipline, the program requires 45 units of coursework: 9 units of First Year Core courses, 18 units of Second Year Core courses, 12 units of Elective courses and 6 units of a Master's Thesis or Comprehensive Exam.
MBA Program Learning Outcomes:
- An ability to design and implement management and marketing principles including recent, emerging, and anticipated developments in strategic and operational business planning in the context of market competition, social, legal, financial, technological and ecological environments.
- An ability to analyze, design, and implement accounting and financial procedures including recent and emerging developments used in businesses in the context of market competition, government policies and regulations, impact of inflation, interest rates, international trade, security and financial institutions.
- An ability to identify and analyze managerial and organizational informational needs, and to apply informational technologies and statistical techniques and procedures, including recent and emerging developments in business decision-making.
- An in-depth understanding and appreciation of behavioral and human resource management issues, including recent and emerging developments found in organizations including motivation, cultural diversity, personality, recruiting, selection, training, developing employees, wage administration, and union relations.
- An in-depth understanding and appreciation of the multi-faceted legal, political, governmental, financial and cultural issues related to international business environments, including recent and emerging developments and strategies to address them.
- An ability to analyze, design and implement procedures and systems connected with Business Administration with a focus on accounting, finance, human resources management, management, management information systems, international business, or marketing.
- An understanding of the breadth of knowledge required for successful business management, and the ability to integrate knowledge from diverse disciplines, and conduct interdisciplinary research and experimentation.
- An ability to communicate effectively.