Faculty of Economics and Administration

Executive MBA

Mission:

The mission of the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) is to educate executives from various private and public sectors on the integration of business knowledge, practices, and skills that prepare them to lead in global business environment.

Learning Goals:

Graduates of the EMBA program shall have the ability to:

1. Apply and integrate the required business knowledge to their organizations

2. Design and conduct researches and analysis

3. Use and apply IS or software to investigate or validate a business situation

4. Demonstrate the knowledge of fundamental business processes, in global and national environments

5. Demonstrate and interpret written, oral and persuasive communication skills

Learning Objectives:

1.1 Management

1.1.1 Articulate the separation of ownership and management for a publicly traded organization and the management teams’ goal of wealth maximization.
1.1.2 Efficiency and Performance Management.
1.1.3 Contemporary Management and Organizational Behavior
1.1.4 The ability to solve strategic planning obstacles.
1.2 Finance
1.2.1 Explain the concepts of risk, return, diversification and market efficiency context.
1.2.2 Utilize the concepts of risk and time value of money in financial decision making.
1.2.3 Use the concept of cost capital along with basic financial techniques to value real and financial assets.
1.2.4 Project evaluation.
1.2.5 Corporate finance, financial analysis and control.
1.3 Marketing
1.3.1 Identify the marketing concept and compare its organizational implications to that of other business concepts.
1.3.2 Describe market segmentation and explain what it is, why it is important, and how it is done.
1.3.3 Describe relationships among the 4 marketing mix elements and use those elements to develop product positioning for competitive advantage.
1.3.4 Describe the concept of product life-cycle and its implications for marketing management decisions.

2.1 Use research methodology and quantitative analysis in business.

3.1 Describe the importance of integrating IS and emerging technologies into an organization.
3.2 Identify the three roles of IS in organizations: support business operations, aid managerial decision making, gain competitive advantage
3.3 Describe the role of IS in developing and supporting global organizations

4.1 Apply multiple conceptual lenses to diagnose an organization.
4.2 Evaluate the internal capabilities of an organizations and the external environment so it can create and sustain a competitive advantage.
4.3 Forecast the effect of WTO on international and national market.

5.1 Demonstrate effective professional writing for business
5.2 Demonstrate effective oral communications in business situations
5.3 Make persuasive presentations at a managerial level
 

Graduation Requirement

 To obtain an Executive MBA, the student must complete 48 units comprising the following

A. 42 Credit Units from compulsory courses

B. 3 Credit Units form Elective courses

C. 3 Credit units from Research Project

Degree Plan 

A - The Required Courses - 42 Credit Units

Course Number

Course Title

Contact Hours

Student Learning Hours

Year & Semester Offered

BUSE 601

Management & Org. Behaviour

45

135

1,1

BUSE 602

Corporate Finance

45

135

1,1

BUSE 603

Contemporary Marketing

45

135

1,2

BUSE 604

Management Information Systems

45

135

1,2

BUSE 605

Operations & Production Management

45

135

1,Summer

BUSE 606

Research Method & Quant. Analysis

45

135

1,Summer

BUSE 608

International Business

45

135

2,1

BUSE 609

Human Resource Management

45

135

1,1

BUSE 610

Strategic Management

45

135

2,2

BUSE 622

Investment Analysis

45

135

2,1

ECNE 610

Managerial Economics

45

135

1,2

ACTE 610

Managerial & Cost Accounting

45

135

1,1

BLE 610

Business & Labour Law

45

135

2,1

BUSE 698

Research Project

45

135

2,2

BUSE 615

Leadership

45

135

2,1

 

Elective I

45

135

2,2

 

Total Credit Hours

720

2160

 

B - Elective Courses - 3 Credit Units

 

Course Number

Course Title

Contact Hours

Student Learning Hours

Year & Semester Offered

BUSE 616

Business and Society

45

135

2,1

BUSE 624

International Finance

45

135

2,2

BUSE 631

Marketing Research

45

135

2,1

BUSE 633

Marketing of Services

45

135

2,2

BUSE 635

Marketing Communications

45

135

2,1

BUSE 644

Electronic Commerce

45

135

2,1

BUSE 651

Quality Management

45

135

2,Summer

BUSE 653

Project Management

45

135

2,2

BUSE 657

Production Strategy

45

135

2,2

BUSE 693

HR Strategy

45

135

2,1

ECNE 628

Feasibility Study

45

135

2,Summer

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