The Executive MBA requires a minimum of 36 credits, which may come from a combination of required and elective courses.
This course prepares students to apply leadership principles to the roles they play as managers. Students will discover more about themselves and learn more about the connection between the individual and the organization. Other topics include organizational culture, structure, group behavior, motivation, power, politics, organizational change, and workplace conflict.
– Marketing & Market Management:
This course prepares students to apply marketing concepts to create and sustain customer value. Students learn to solve marketing problems in a collaborative environment. Topics include market research, customer relationships, branding, market segmentation, product development, pricing, channels, communications, and public relations.
– Managerial Skills
– Financial Management:
This course applies accounting tools to make management decisions. Students learn to evaluate organizational performance from accounting information. Other topics include financial statements, cost behavior, cost allocation, budgets, and control systems.
– Team Working.1
– Internet Business
– Human Capital Management:
This course prepares students to address the concepts of personnel development as managers. Students learn criteria for developing effective job analysis, appraisal systems, and appropriate career development plans for employees. Other topics include personnel selection, employee compensation, benefits, training, workplace diversity, discipline, employee rights, unions, and management behaviors.
– Business Strategy:
This capstone course integrates concepts from all prior courses in the program. Students apply the concepts of strategic planning and implementation to create sustainable, competitive advantage for an organization. Other topics include environmental scanning, strategic analysis, corporate social responsibility, implementation and evaluation, and risk management.
– Team Working.2
– Operation Management:
This course applies planning and controlling concepts to increase the value of the supply chain. Students learn to evaluate and improve processes. Other topics include process selection, process design, theory of constraints, project implementation, capacity planning, lean production, facility location, and business forecasting.
– International Collaborative Program
How to customize your certificate
Focus your educational journey even further. By adding one of the following areas of focus, you can better tailor your certificate to your career, interests and the skills you want to learn.
– Strategic Thinking (Specially for MBA in Strategic Management)
– Advanced Marketing (Specially for MBA in Marketing Management)
– Project Management (Specially for MBA in Project Management)
– Strategic Innovation Management (Specially for MBA in Innovation Management)