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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The program provides graduate students with advanced knowledge on business and related fields that will aid them to advance in their professional careers. With this, the program encompasses the fields of operation management, accountancy, human resources and marketing. The program increases the potential for graduates to acquire executive positions in world-class business institutions. The program aims to produce graduates with sought-after abilities and expertise in business administration. Aside from this, it seeks to enhance the students' leadership abilities as they deal with rigorous business situation in today's unstable economy. The program is directed toward producing more competent and adept experienced professionals with strengthened leadership and managerial skills.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Use professional communication skills to express understanding of business principles and related management practices to diverse audiences.
  • Execute comprehensive solutions to business problems based on qualitative and quantitative methods of reasoning and analysis.
  • Apply skills of business management and collaboration necessary to accomplish functional, organizational, and professional goals.

Course Requirements

Foundation Courses (36 Credits)

Electives (6-15 Credits)

Students must complete two courses from electives for MBA degree option or five courses from electives for EMBA degree option. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.

MBA 580 International Financial Management
MBA 510 International Marketing
MBA 515 International Economics
MBA 655 Excellence in Customer Services
MBA 673 International Business Law
MGT 600 Social Issues Management
MBA 524 Organizational Behavior

Total Credits required for Master of Business Administration is 42 Credits or 51 Credits for Executive Master of Business Administration. Please refer to the University Catalog University Catalog or website for admissions requirements; transfer credits policy; and tuition fees.