The Thesis program in business administration aims to develop the competencies of business professionals to undertake research in specific areas within the field of management science and practice. Such programs shall focus on replication, verification, validation, contextualization, and/or application of theoretical knowledge about the different aspects of the business process. It provides an intellectual environment in which students can develop high-level leadership and management skills and understand and apply new technologies necessary for solving business problems in both the national and international environments.
MBA is a general broad degree program covering a wide variety of business issues and training students for careers in managing any area of business. MBA students study accounting, finance, marketing, statistics, management, economics, strategy, policy, leadership and similar courses. MBA program requires students with degrees in any field of specialization other than business and with a minimum of 2 years work experience.
The Masteral degree program aims to develop business competencies necessary to design and implement strategies to improve overall organization results. These competencies are developed from a crossfunctional and general management perspective taking into consideration the ethical and international issues of the business environment. The MBA/MM program seeks to expand competencies in problem analysis and resolution, team management, performance management, communication and interpersonal skills and project management. The program strives to equip the students with the necessary knowledge, theoretical as well as practical, which can benefit them tremendously in managerial and administrative jobs.
The Masteral degree program provides innumerable career opportunities in various fields. The program enables students to perform effectively in various functional areas. While it is primarily designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and abilities expected of an organization’s chief executive officer, students will be prepared to operate effectively in a broad range of organizational positions.
Students will develop the ability to analyze problems and develop solutions from a broad organizational perspective rather than from a narrow functional point-of-view.
Graduates of the Masteral degree program may occupy a broad range of positions including chairman & chief executive officer, president, chief operating officer, chief financial officer, general manager, executive vice president, managing director and manager in a variety of industries. Graduates are employed in a number of functional areas, including information technology, marketing, operations, human resources, project management, corporate accounting, financial management, systems planning, auditing, manufacturing, sales and strategic planning.