This program is geared towards producing competent graduates imparted with knowledge, skills and experiences for application in policy marking and decision making in managerial level in the ring of Business Administration.
The Master of Business Administration programme aims to develop an understanding and critical appreciation of the theories, tools and techniques of leadership and management that will enable graduates to more effectively participate in leading organizational change. In doing so, the programme seeks to improve the quality of management as a profession. It is expected that the candidates graduating with Master of Business Administration programme will be able to use their theoretical knowledge in combination with practical skills, experience and competence to solve the real life problems and in that way meet industrial and societal needs. This programme targets managers in middle and senior level position or ordinary employees at both private and public entities.
The programme is flexible and convenient as it considers for employees working in the private and public sector due to the Blended Learning Model (BLM). With BLM approach, the students who are not able to attend physical classes can choose to learn and accomplish all assignments through online essentials like Moodle and zoom for 16 weeks. The students who opt for BLM; it requires them to appear physically at the campus during class tests, final exams, research proposal and dissertation presentations. This programme has the following modules listed below and Dissertation.
Successful completion of this course will enhance your career prospects as;
The programme is delivered through a physical class session and blended mode which allowing you to fit your studies around other commitments. A wide variety of resources is made available via the online study platforms, including: lecture notes, videos,specialist resources from the IAA library and discussion forums.
Module lectures will be available to address your questions and offer guidance relating your studies.
This program will be assessed by written coursework and a dissertation