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MBA Foundation Courses (21 Credits)

  1. Managerial Economics (3 Credits)

    This course applies microeconomic analysis to decision methods of businesses or other management units, the science of directing scarce resources to manage costs effectively. Understanding consists of three branches: competitive markets, market power, and imperfect markets.

  2. Finance and Accounting (3 Credits)

    This course concerns a branch of economics with resource allocation as well as management, acquisition and investment; the systematic recording, reporting, and analysis of financial transactions of a business.

  3. Production Management (3 Credits)

    This course deals with the entire physical and strategic dimensions of conversion of material and parts inputs into final products. The span extends from plant layout and material flow to inventory holding, production lot, size determination, and quality control. Issues of product packing and packaging are explored. The function has quantitative and strategic dimensions and these are included in the coverage.

  4. Organizational Behavior (3 Credits)

    This course examines the range of individual and group behavior in an organization. Topics: personality and attitudes, perception, motivation in the work setting, group and team behavior, leadership, interpersonal communication, and organizational design and culture.

  5. Management Theory (3 Credits)

    This course addresses all business areas and human organization activity needed to get people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives. Management comprises planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling an organization.

  6. Marketing Management (3 Credits)

    This course examines the concepts, strategies, and applications involved with marketing. The course addresses the problem of designing and implementing the most effective mix of marketing variables to carry out the firm's objectives in its targeted markets. Marketing Management aims to develop the participant's skills in applying analytical methods, decision tools and marketing concepts.

  7. Strategic Management (3 Credits)

    This course is concerned with the long-term direction and performance of the whole organization. It examines organizations from the ‘‘strategic management'' perspective of top management. The concepts and skills presented are applicable at all levels of management and to the variety of roles leaders, executives, and managers.

MBA Specialization Tracks

  • HRM and Competency-based HRM

    This course introduces key concepts and techniques that managers need to know in order to best attract, retain and develop skilled personnel, based on current practice in human resources management. The importance of Competencies as HRM based that reflects the culture and performance of the organization.

  • Workforce Planning, Recruiting and Selection

    This course examines the critical success factors of managing organizational change and process innovation in multidisciplinary subject areas such as marketing, operations management, product and process design, business process reengineering, management accounting, finance and administration. The course is intended to develop an understanding of change and its impact on the organization as well as the people in the work place.

  • Employee Training and Development

    This course begins with a broad survey of modern macro-economic theory and will introduce economics of labor. Most of the course material will focus on economic approaches to the various topics within the field of Human Resources Management.

  • Industry analysis and Industry environment

    This course focuses on exploring the forces that influence particular industry trends. Getting into a number of factors associated with each of these forces and how each factor of them affects the industry in a specific way. It deals with a number of generic forms of industry environments with consideration of the forces in each form of industry environment.

  • Strategy formulation and competitive advantage

    This course deals with different business strategies that the organization will choose to penetrate the marketplace. Whatever the choice of the organization to a specific strategy, a number of actions will follow to organize and adjust the organization’s activities to support the selected strategy; in order to capitalize on the organization’s competitive advantage. The course will examine these activities in the light of alterative possible strategies.

  • Strategy and Managerial Control

    This course covers the strategy implementation phase within the framework of programs and budget as well as different criteria that measure business performance that leads to an organization’s success. It discusses the various standards in the light of balanced scorecard and examines financial performance of the organization.

  • Human Resource Management

    This course introduces key concepts and techniques that managers need to know in order to best attract, retain and develop skilled personnel, based on current practice and theory in human resources management. Legal and ethical considerations in human resource management are also emphasized.

  • Project Management Foundation

    This course introduces prerequisite knowledge for all project management courses. This course provides the intellectual and normative basis for the establishment of project management as a specialization.

  • Entrepreneurship Foundation

    This course focuses on the entrepreneurial as a concept and approach of managerial thinking. It tackles the difference between the conventional management and entrepreneurial style. The course provides the foundation of knowledge that each entrepreneur should know about how an entrepreneur thinks and act in when it comes to business.

  • Advertising and Sales Promotion

    This course examines the role of communication, message design and economic and financial factors in the development of a sales promotion campaign.

  • Consumer Behavior

    This course uses the consumer decision model as a framework of analysis of why and how goods and services are bought and consumed. This course also explores the impact of consumer behavior and attitudes on the firm's marketing strategies.

  • Advanced Marketing Management

    This course addresses the problem of designing and implementing the most effective mix of marketing variables to carry out the firm's objectives in its targeted markets. Specifically, this course aims at developing the participant's skills in applying analytical methods, decision tools and marketing concepts to problems of product offering, customer service, sales promotion, intermediary networking and pricing.

  • Entrepreneurship Foundation

    This course focuses on the entrepreneurial as a concept and approach of managerial thinking. It tackles the difference between the conventional management and entrepreneurial style. The course provides the foundation of knowledge that each entrepreneur should know about how an entrepreneur thinks and act in when it comes to business.

  • Innovation and Business Opportunity

    This course focuses on the entrepreneurial process from the initial business idea to the harvest. It is organized into four parts: entrepreneurial process, evaluating opportunity and developing the concept, specifying the target market and approaches to reach to.

  • Business Planning

    This course focuses on encompassing all the goals, strategies and actions that entrepreneurs envision taking to ensure their business’s survival and growth; is an incredibly effective way for individuals to focus on achieving both their own goals and the goals of the organization. The course focuses on dealing with crises.

  • Management Consulting Foundation

    This course focuses on equipping participants with solid grounds on Management Consulting as a way of thinking and as a profession. It aims at providing the essential knowledge and skills required to management consultants whether they are technical managers or heads inside the organization or freelance management consultants.

  • Management Consulting Process

    This course incorporates the management consulting process starting from assigning the consulting project with preliminary research until submitting the proposal including the consulting scope, time plan and deliverables. The course covers how the management consulting process works after the clients approve the proposal provided with the recommendations; to provide effective and beneficial consulting service to these clients.

  • Management Consultant tools and techniques

    This course incorporates the management consulting process starting from assigning the consulting project and preliminary research until submitting the proposal including the consulting scope, time plan and deliverables. The course covers the how the management consulting process works after the client approves the proposal until the recommendations to provide effective and beneficial consulting service to these clients.

  • Project Management Foundation

    This course introduces prerequisite knowledge for all project management courses. It provides the intellectual and normative basis for the establishment of project management as a specialization.

  • Project Planning, Scheduling and Control

    This course emphasizes the phases of project management processes and their interrelatedness and includes management techniques, budgetary considerations in projects, life cycle planning, and issues in projects, and performance criteria development in contracting and project planning.

  • Risk Management

    This course deals with the efforts taken to minimize risk within the context of the project life cycle. Topics and areas of analysis include impact analysis, statistical applications, and models, roles of quality processes in mitigating risk factors, international commerce demands, and economic considerations in project management.

Thesis (6 Credits)

It is required to submit a thesis at the end of the MBA to complete the MBA program. It shows the participant's comprehension of the material studied. Participants can choose a mixture of a research-based paper, a business report, a case study or a business plan. The thesis must give data and ascertain validity together with examining the importance of events and it has to be undertaken individually.


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