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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program enables students to gain knowledge in the core business areas of management, finance, marketing, accounting, and decision-making. The program provides students with high quality, professional education in business administration, thereby qualifying students for more diverse career opportunities.
- Employ effective business communication practices to share and disseminate information.
- Apply business statistics, qualitative and quantitative methods including regression analysis, descriptive statistics, and business forecasting to solve problems.
- Utilize tools and techniques of business management to ensure efficient business outcomes on time and within budget.
- Examine the role of leadership in creating high performing organizations.
- Strategically analyze business decisions by integrating theory and practice.
- Identify and distinguish the impact of ethical obligations and social responsibilities on business decisions.
Students choose an area and develop specialized knowledge in that area. Additionally, students work toward a project or research paper in their specialization, aimed at developing specific career-skills that they will use as they continue into their professional trajectory. The following are offered as specializations in this program:
MBA in Accounting
Students in this program will learn how to examine financial statements to ensure that they are accurate and comply with laws and regulations, compute taxes owed, prepare tax returns, and ensure that taxes are paid properly and on time, inspect account books and accounting systems for efficiency and use of accepted accounting procedures, organize and maintain financial records, assess financial operations, and make best-practice recommendations to management, suggest ways to reduce costs, enhance revenues, and improve profits.
Manage and control financial accounts, proper purchases and transactions of corporations, government, and non-government organizations; balance budget and revenues, ensure accounting principles and procedures are followed.
Prepare financial statement and undertake financial analysis, make sure both internal and external audits are carried out timely and corrective measures are taken on the findings of the audit.
- Managerial Account I and II (MA1 and MA2)
- Federal Tax (FT)
MBA in International Business Management
Students choosing this specialization will be able to analyze an organization, submit process improvement plans, effectively communicate with leaders in diverse cultures, and utilize critical thinking.
Manage effective and efficient implementation of business operations; make sure the products and services provided by the firm are achieving competitiveness in the industry they are competing.
Undertake qualitative and quantitative analysis on the problems the international businesses are encountering and make recommendation for decisions making. The analyst applies business theories and best industry practices during analysis.
- Market Intelligence (MI)
- Export and Import Management (EXIM)
MBA in Project Management
Students choosing this specialization will be able to manage the lifecycle of the project while managing financial scope, risk, and business development objectives on time and within budget.
Lead company projects from the preparation of work breakdown and budget details to project implementation, monitoring/ control and finally to phasing out stages of the project. Project managers oversee the planning, execution, managing of workers, obtaining resources, and knowing the scope of the project.
Perform analysis on ways and means, constraints and opportunities in effective and timely implementation and completion of the projects. The analyst also measures if the projects are being implemented within budget and are maintaining correct schedules.