Quality Management

Quality Management is an organization-wide effort to install and make permanent climate in which an organization continuously improves its ability to deliver high-quality products and services to customers. A comprehensive understanding of TQM is an essential assist that policy-makers, stakeholders, leaders, managers, service providers, governmental officer and academic researchers can use for future quality planning, implementation, management and evaluation of business practices and services.

This Quality Management (TQM) Module introduces students to the foundational elements of quality, quality tools and quality methodologies used in different sectors; manufactures and service businesses...

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Effective Project Management

Project Management introduces project management from the standpoint of a manager who must organize, plan, implement, and control tasks to achieve an organization's schedule, budget, and performance objectives.

Tools and concepts such as project charter, scope statement, work breakdown structure, project estimating, and scheduling methodologies are studied. We will even practice with Microsoft Project software to be able to manage a project from start to deployment!

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Human Resources Management

This course is an introduction to the human resource management (HRM) function and related elements and activities to examine the role of the human resource professional as a strategic partner in managing today’s organizations. Key functions such as recruitment, selection, development, appraisal, retention, compensation, and employee relations are examined. Implications of legal and global environments are appraised and current issues such as diversity training, and the rising cost of benefits are analyzed. Emphasis is placed on the modern day importance of HRM at the corporate level as well as the view of HRM from the perception of both management and subordinate employees.

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Financial Accounting and Reporting

Financial Accounting and Reporting introduces students to the major financial concepts, principles, and analytical tools of corporate finance. The course introduces students to the topics of financial statement analysis, forecasting, the risk/return tradeoff, the time value of money concept, valuation, the cost of capital, and the capital budgeting process. The course helps students understand how to utilize these concepts, principles, and techniques so that they, as managers, can make well-reasoned decisions

This course also will attempt too challenge all students to use critical thinking in the understanding of financial theories and analysis. Financial Accounting and Reporting not just about textbook learning: it challenges students...

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Strategic Management

The Strategic Management Course focuses on identifying and understanding the sources of superior firm performance. This course introduces theoretical concepts and frameworks useful for analysing the external and internal environment of the firm and guiding the formulation and execution of different types of strategies.

The course covers topics of mission, goal, strategy formulation, strategy implementation and strategy evaluation. Strategic techniques include Industry: Analysis, Analysis of the Competitive Environment, Key Success Factors, Strategic Scenario Analysis and SWOT Analysis.

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International Business Law

This course draws a pertinent strand operative in international relations between states. This is the regulation of international business transactions. The module will explore and analyse international business transaction as it relates to the sale of goods and the provision of services. The assessment is by coursework and will require students to analyse a series of problem questions and case scenarios.

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Organizational Behaviour

The Organizational Behaviour Course is designed to give students the basic knowledge of human behaviour needed to provide a more effective organizational environment. The three basic elements of the class will be 1) the behaviour of individuals in organizations, 2) group behaviour in organizations, and 3) how these behaviours affect the overall performance of organizations. Particular emphasis will be placed on individual difference, attitude, motivation, job satisfaction, communication, leadership, stress, change, and organizational culture.

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Academic Writing

This course is designed to direct students through the process of their final year project writing. It concentrates on the analysis of business problems and utilizes scientific research as a problem-solving tool and essential plan for leading students in writing an academic dissertation.

Ordinarily, the course covers subjects such as the understanding and applying appropriate research designs, research statistics, analyzing data, and report writing and presentation.

It guide students to obtain and define research questions, the hypotheses involved in setting up the conceptual research model...

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Online Commerce

The Digital Marketing course enables you to harness the power of Online Commerce as a core driver of the marketing strategy for your organisation. You will understand the foundation principles of Digital Marketing, and be able to distinguish how it differs from traditional marketing.

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Foreign Market Analysis

This course will present an overview of the unique aspects of marketing in the international business environment and provide the framework upon which multinational marketing management can be based. Emphasis will be placed on the role of the international marketing manager in the development of marketing strategies for a variety of markets in diverse cultural, political and economic situations. Focus will be on the decision making process in the areas of foreign market analysis, target identification, product planning, promotion and channels of distribution.

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Business Communication

Your success in the world of work depends to a large extent on your ability to communicate. This course will provide you with practice in occupational writing, both correspondence and reports. The first part introduces you to the changing world of business communication and introduces you how to apply visual thinking and communication, the next part of the course deals with correspondence, with particular emphasis on employment letters, customer relations and sales messages. The remaining units focus on report preparation, with practice in writing descriptions, instructions, progress reports and proposals.

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Marketing of Services

The module explores marketing of services and focuses on the practical applications of marketing theory. It provides students with an understanding that the most important factor is the human factor, followed that by being aware, that any moment is a moment of truth, where the trust in the organization can be at risk. Knowledge of service marketing should be applied in the field of customer experience management as part of marketing. The organizational challenge “one face to the customer " has to be understood, since excellent cross-functional cooperation is important, but difficult to achieve.

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Production & Operations for

The course focuses on the basic concepts, issues, and techniques for efficient and effective operations. Special emphasis is placed on process improvement and supply chain management. Topics include operations strategy, product and service design, process design and analysis, capacity planning, lean production systems, materials and inventory management, project management, and supply chain management.

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Entrepreneurship & Entrepreneurial

The main purpose of Entrepreneurship is to explore the many dimensions of new venture creation and growth. The class serves as both a standalone class and as a preparatory course to those interested in writing and implementing a business plan.

The Entrepreneurial Management provides MBA students with skills, analytical tools, perspectives, and experiences that prepare them for careers as autonomous entrepreneurs, family-business entrepreneurs, or entrepreneurs in corporate settings.

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Leadership for Management
& Business

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and analytical capabilities needed to practice leadership in modern organizations. It explores the nature of leadership in terms of how individuals effectively build agreement to shared goals and courses of action and facilitate organizational movement toward the achievement of these goals.

In particular, this course highlights theory and research that accounts for how leaders acquire and exercise social influence in a manner that contributes to their credibility and the motivation of their followers. We make note of individual differences...

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Business Development &
Sales Management

MBA program offers courses spread across strategy, organization behavior, finance, marketing, and operation, etc., however, those functions rely on sales to bring bread and butter back from the marketplace. No sell-through, company won’t even exist.

No matter what career & profession a MBA graduate may begin with, the person, more or less, will collaborate or communicate with sales function. In fact, a high percentage of MBA graduates’ first job starts with sales. Ironically, many business schools don’t offer sales management course.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

This MBA Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Module introduces students to the current organizational practices and policies that contribute to the well-being of the environment, economy and society and that addresses the needs of customers, suppliers, shareholders and employees, as well as those of government, the general public and the communities, where the organization operates, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

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Case Study Business Strategy &
Multicultural Approach

This course is designed to provide the students with the skill to able analysis cases related business strategy for different business sectors. In general term the student will be learning the theoretical framework for case analysis followed by getting active engagement in applying the knowledge and skills learned on actual companies’ cases. A case sets forth, in a factual manner, the events and organizational circumstances surrounding a particular managerial situation. It puts students at the scene of the action and familiarizes them with all the relevant circumstances.

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