Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

Aim of the Programmes

  • Equip students with the knowledge, techniques and competencies to operate as effective managers.

  • Broaden and deepen students' understanding of business and management functions and processes.

  • Encourage critical and rigorous analysis of literature and research evidence relating to management practices.

  • Foster the skills of business research, analysis, synthesis and creativity so as to enhance decision-making and promote organizational well-being within the context of a continually changing and competitive business environment.

  • Develop awareness of ethical, social, environmental, and global issues affecting management decisions.

  • Foster students' personal development, a commitment to life long learning, a reflective style of management and a responsibility towards self-learning.

  • Ensure students are aware of the international dimensions of managerial activities.


Objectives of the Programmes

  • Disseminate knowledge of core areas of managerial theory and their practical application in the work place.

  • Understand the complex nature of organizations and the interrelationship between policy, behaviour and structure.

  • Use evidence to evaluate the theory-practice relationship.

  • Use appropriate methods to collect data about business and management activities.

  • Understand the process of change, its management, and appropriate responses to uncertainty.

  • Develop innovative and practical solutions to business problems.

  • Make business decisions in a socially responsible manner.


Teaching Methods and Evaluation Criteria

The teaching pedagogies adopted by the MBA faculty consist of the following methods.

  • Lectures

  • Seminars and Workshops

  • Simulation

  • Case study analysis and discussions

  • Research Paper analysis and discussions

  • Research Proposal Development

  • Field visits to businesses in international destinations  


Evaluation Procedure

The student evaluation methods consist of the following methods.

  • Classroom participation

  • Individual and group assignments and projects

  • Simulation presentation and reports

  • Mid semester examinations

  • End-semester examinations

  • Case study analysis presentation and report

  • Case study development, presentation, and report

  • Research paper analysis presentation and report

  • Research proposal presentation and report

  Program Type : Onsite