Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
Through the core course, students will gain knowledge of current theory and techniques of the major business disciplines. In addition, students will gain the leadership capacity and teamwork skills for business decision making. There are five major areas of focus: competitive advantage through strategic alignment, fostering knowledge-based innovation, managing uncertainty and change, managing in real time and managing global hyper-competition.
The MBA curriculum integrates contemporary business fundamentals within the technology-driven world of business to inculcate and develop a multifaceted skill-set designed to augment several goals and objectives. Thus, the program objectives reflect the development of traditional super-ordinate functional skills for offering business solutions.
Critically Integrate and Synthesize the Strategic Functional Areas to Provide Business Solutions
- Students will be able to think critically and provide solutions for business problems
Oral Articulation and Written Communications
- Students will be able to effectively deliver technology-driven digital multi-media presentations as well as create convincing reports and other business documents
Leadership and Management of Team Dynamics
- Students will be able to employ proven team-building strategies and management principles that foster team cooperation as well as employ processes for conflict resolution
Moral, Ethical and Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability
- Students will formulate effective business decisions that are grounded upon moral and ethical decision-making frameworks.
- Students will make sound business decisions that embed corporate social responsibility and sustainability principles.
Employing Technology for Data Acquisition and Analysis
- Students will be able to employ appropriate quantitative methods and technological tools (hardware and software) to resolve business problems.
Impact of Globalization on Business
- Students will be able to identify emergent strategies for leveraging globalization efforts that attain super-ordinate organizational goals
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Egbelu, Pius J.
Professor of Accounting
Professor of Management
Professor of Marketing
Schachter, Hindy L.
Professor of management
Lawrence, Kenneth D.
Professor of Management Science Business Analytics
Professor of Management & Organizational Behavior
Professor of Decision Sciences & MIS