Master in Business Administration / Program Intended Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of the Master Program in Business Administration the student should be able to:
1. Identify the major issues characterizing an organization business environment using advanced rigorous knowledge.
2. Adopt autonomy, accountability and continuous self-development in analyzing and performing major managerial tasks at their work places.
3. Develop advanced problem solving and analytical skills through exposure to real-life case studies.
4. Write a research proposal up to an academic standard that expands knowledge in related specialized field.
5. Utilize strategic planning analysis skills, and organizational design skills.
6. Utilize human resource skills through human resource management and organizational behavior.
7. Apply quantitative and qualitative skills related to operations management,project management and quality management.
8. Write a research paper and master thesis that adhere to scientific methods and apply analysis techniques to analyze the data related to the master’s thesis (Thesis track).
9. Develop information literacy and technological competency by utilizing electronic media to research management issues, properly communicating management decisions, and learning how to optimally manage work teams and workflow with reference to general management theories.
10. Integrate effectively concepts from various disciplines to identify and develop business strategies.
11. Utilize scientific research and statistical analysis skills to analyze a business
situation and prepare and present a management report.