An MBA (Master of Business Administration) is a post graduate level degree program designed to prepare students for leadership roles in the business world. The program typically covers a wide range of business topics, including finance, marketing, operations, management, and strategy.
MBA programs can be found at many universities and business schools around the world, and they come in a variety of formats, such as full-time, part-time, and online. Full-time MBA programs typically take two years to complete and require students to attend classes on a regular basis, while part-time and online programs offer more flexibility in terms of scheduling.
The curriculum of MBA programs typically includes core courses that provide a broad understanding of business concepts and practices, as well as elective courses that allow students to specialize in a particular area of interest. Many MBA programs also include a capstone project, which allows students to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired in the program to a real-world business problem or opportunity.
The MBA program is generally considered to be the most popular post graduate level business degree. Many students pursue an MBA degree to advance their careers and increase their earning potential, as well as gain a broader understanding of business operations and strategies. It is also a key to move up to a higher level management roles and also open doors for entrepreneurship opportunities.
|Financial Management and Control|
|Strategic Management In an International Context|
|Professional Management and Leadership Development|
|Value Creation in Organizations - Managing Operations and Marketing|
|Innovation, Entrepreneurship And Technology Transfer|
|MBA Research Project|
(Modules are subject to change according to the university policy)