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Programs offered are:

  1. MBA Program
  2. Mission

    The mission of the Master in Business Administration program is to provide students with a high quality master's level education in the field of business administration. The program is designed to prepare students for positions of increasing responsibility and leadership in the business and public administration fields.

    Program Objectives

    Business 1 - Students must demonstrate a high degree of critical thinking and communication skills.

    i)  - Students must be able to communicate effectively in the written and oral form and in a way that is appropriate for the existing objectives and audience.

    ii) - Students must be able to evaluate information, its sources, critical issues and problems and offer a range of problem solving strategies.

    iii)- Students must have the ability to integrate selected information into their knowledge base.

    iv)- Students must be able to critically analyze issues using their newly acquired knowledge base and predict possible consequences in the potential implementation of solutions.


    2 - Students must be able to apply theoretical and practical skills in dealing with the myriad of potential issues in the corporate decision making process.

    i)  - Students must be able to assess the importance and development of organizational human and business issues.

    ii) - Students must be able to identify, describe, and explain a range of corporate processes, procedures, policies and concepts that ensure the smooth functioning of small and large organizations.

    iii) - Students must be able to assess the impact of outside forces such as the competition, interested stakeholders and the public interest aspect.  This might include legal, ethical, social, economic, technological and international issues.


    3 - Students must be able to demonstrate collaboration and teamwork in the learning and problem-solving process.

    i) -Students must be able to identify, describe, and discuss perspectives and best practices with regards to a team-based approach to leadership in an organization.

    ii) - Students must be able to apply a modicum of interpersonal and leadership skills in team-based learning and work activities.

    iii) - Students must be able to exercise the appropriate leadership and management skills in the course of developing a professional approach to the work place and must also be able to differentiate between the two. 

    MBA Expected Student Learning Outcomes

    1.  to critically analyze an industry and a specific firm within an industry.
    2.  to synthesize important relationships across business disciplines.
    3.  to interpret ethical and legal concerns of stakeholders and be able to comply with codes and regulations.
    4.  to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing ideas and arguments associated with business issues.
    5.  to explain and apply analytical constructs to business problem solving.
    6.  to design organizations to fit the specific business issues and formulate reasonable and logical implementation decisions.
    7.  to recognize and understand the special opportunities and challenges presented by the global business environment.


  3. MPA Program
  4. Mission and Program Objectives

    The mission of our MPA program is to develop highly capable leaders.  We strive to help students to reach their academic and professional goals by providing them with a high quality theoretical and applied instructional program that allows them to achieve success and that prepares them to meet all challenges that they will face in an increasingly complex and changing world. Every graduate should be ready to employ the theories, methods, and practices of public administration, to gain an appreciation of the issues surrounding the public policy field and to gain the confidence necessary to become leaders in their chosen areas.

    The MPA is a broad program designed to prepare students for careers in administration in the public sector. The major goal is to provide students with a generalist perspective of public administration, including tools of decision making, an understanding of the total public administrative system, and a capacity for working within the governmental and nonprofit sector environments.

    MPA Expected  Learning Outcomes

    1.  To gain an appreciation of the theoretical and practical aspects and issues of public administration.

    2.  To understand the relevant concepts embodied in the literature and found in the industry.

    3.  To gain the ability to apply these concepts in a systematic fashion in an academic or professional environment.

    4.  To learn to work on a collaborative basis and to assume responsibility for own tasks.

    5.  To display an enhanced level of analytical skills and to be able to apply these to practical situations.

    6.  To synthesize information, theories and concepts within the broader context of the economic, political, legal and social institutional environment.

    7.  To be apply information, theories and concepts received within an international context.


  5.  BBA Program
  6. Mission

    The mission of the this program is to provide academically rigorous instruction in traditional, contemporary, and emerging management theory, research, and practice and by doing so, to stimulate student interest in management studies and the management profession.  The program intends to teach students to understand the nature and structure of organizations, and to contribute both support and leadership in the development of skill sets.  Our particular focus on skills are in the areas of management and leadership, human relations, strategy, collaboration and communication.

    Program Objectives

    1)  To provide course experiences and assignments which will help develop students’ proficiency
    in basic academic skills of writing, speaking and critical thinking.

    2)  To provide an orientation to management which emphasizes international, cultural, ethical,
    legal, organizational-process, and economic perspectives.

    3)  To familiarize students with the role of uncertainty, limited information, risk and conflict in
    management decision making, so as to help them build an appreciation for ambiguity and prioritization.

    4)  To provide opportunities for students to critically analyze and evaluate the assumptions that
    they make about people and their behavior in organizations.

    5)  To offer relevant experience in team work and group-based learning and problem-solving.

     BBA Expected  Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate basic competency in oral and written communication (defined as writing which is clear, concise, well organized, well reasoned).

    2. Demonstrate critical thinking skills in case analyses and other written and oral communication exercises.

    3. Demonstrate understanding of managerial issues and problems related to the global economy and international business.

    4. Demonstrate a basic grasp of how the legal system and regulatory system affect management decision making.

    5. Demonstrate familiarity with social responsibility issues that managers must address, including but not limited to business ethics, cultural diversity, and environmental concerns.

    6. Demonstrate understanding of organizational conflict and conflict resolution, power and organizational politics, so as to cope effectively with these processes when confronted in "real world" business and managerial situations.



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