Master of Business Administration

General description:

This programme allows the student to acquire a mastery of the principles of strategic management, marketing management, management control, financial management, human resource management, project management, etc., from a global and cross-cutting approach to the company.

Training objectives:

At the end of this programme, students will be equipped with the capacity for research and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data.  They will be critical in their approach and be able to use economic and financial language to analyse complex situations, debate and make rigorous proposals.

Opportunities:

Various management positions (Administrative director, financial director, management controller, financial analyst, business economist, treasury manager, controller, internal auditor, etc.) in private and public structures, and in associations.​

Learning outcomes:

  1. The courses have been created so that each graduate, on successful completion of their program, will have learned critical thinking, effective problem solving, effective communication, emotional intelligence skills, strategic planning and thinking, quantitative skills, innovation and critical analysis.

  2. Students will be able to prepare variance analysis of cost of operation as against budgeted costs, and offer constructive advice on reason for excess cost, and provide measure towards cost reduction and performance variation using standard costing techniques.

  3. Students will be able to make economic and management decisions that consider the global economic situation since the business units are affected by lots of exogenous factors beyond the control of managers.

  4. Students will be able to show their understanding of the impact of any adopted leadership style and approach in the organization and its consequences.

  5. Students will be able to prepare variance analysis of cost of operation as against budgeted costs, and offer constructive advice on reason for excess cost, and provide measure towards cost reduction and performance variation using standard costing techniques.