The MMBM Program is open to graduates aspiring for management careers, corporate leadership and corporate governance. Students from a wide range of disciplines, including business, economics, engineering, science and arts can be better prepared for management responsibilities and the challenges of leadership in the 21st century. The program equips the students with generalist managerial and leadership skills that will improve their practice and help them start a successful career in business management.
The curriculum is therefore often very similar to that of an MBA that allows students to develop their understanding of the traditional and emerging business operations, organizational behavior from multiple perspectives. The distinguishing feature of the program is the set of teaching and learning styles to account for the variations in prior work experience. The program curriculum is delivered through a combination of lectures, seminars, case studies with an individual thesis at the end of the course.
The Program shall provide the students a master’s degree that has a solid foundation in effective management practice in their chosen industry, with a direction towards an eventual leadership role.
- To develop managerial and entrepreneurial skills;
- To enhance competencies for effective participation in management teams;
- To develop skill in applying quantitative analysis in decision making; and
- To enhance competencies in conducting research in the field of business.
For Incoming First Year Graduate Students
1. For a master’s degree:
■A bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a college of good standing.
■A general average of 85%; “B”, or 2.0
2. For a doctoral degree:
■A master’s degree or its equivalent of good standing
■A general average of 90%; “A- or B+”, or 1.5
3. Official transcript of Records and Honorable Dismissal
4. Interview of the admission panel
For shiftees and transferees
1. All of the above requirements.
■Exception: Honorable Dismissal for Shiftees (students from same University)
2. Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree is aligned to the next degree or an allied degree.
3. Evaluation of TOR for possible Transfer Credits.
1. Pass the Comprehensive examinations
2. Pass the Thesis oral Defense
3. Submission of 4 book bound copies of Thesis books to the Program Coordinator
4. A residence of 2 semesters for Transferees
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