Eighteen months (four semesters)
The purpose of the INC MBA program is to provide business management education to students interested in deepening and broadening their management skills within the context of the service economy. Students will develop sound knowledge, intellectual and transferable business skills to interpret management concepts in a competitive and innovation driven business environments.
The MBA program builds on information, theories, research and the creative synthesis of best practices from various disciplines including management, operations, marketing, accounting, economics, finance, digital business, human resources and talent management, innovation and strategic management. As reflecting practitioners and through experiential learning, students will develop entrepreneurial competencies and a quality oriented management culture in order to apply leadership, decision – making and critical thinking techniques to a wide variety of business situations and organizational settings. Graduates will be able to be employed in various private or public sector organizations or continue their studies.
Graduates of the INC MBA program could be employed, or could advance their careers if already employed, in various sectors of public and private business (hospitality, tourism, finance, administration, industrial and other service oriented companies) as junior managers, leaders or consultants.
Normal duration of the program is eighteen months (four semesters), during which it is expected that the student will have successfully completed the required requirements to graduate.
|TMBA-110||Managing Financial Decisions & Accounting||6|
|TMBA-120||Contemporary Marketing Management||6|
|TMBA-130||Managing People & Human Talent||6|
|TMBA-140||Business Intelligence & Decision Making Systems||6|
|TMBA-150||Service Operations & Quality Management||6|
|TMBA-170||Business Policy & Strategic Innovation||6|
|TMBA-180||Applied Research In Business||6|
|TMBA-210||E-Business & Digital Transformation||6|
|TMBA-230||Contemporary Issues in Business||6|
|TMBA-240||Managing Organizational Development & Change||6|