The Master of Management and Science program is designed to provide advance knowledge, skills and practical assimilation of the knowledge needed to be successful managers and leaders in the business and Science Communities. The research skills and knowledge acquired through the program allow students to be prepared for the challenges and competition associated with the business and science industries. The research work and practice acquired by the students prepared them to be well grounded and rounded for their profession and to get up to date knowledge of these industries.
MBA 6000 Introduction to Graduate Studies (1)
This is a required course for all students entering the master's program.
The aim of this course is to offer students a balanced curriculum in psychological science, including research methods, perception, cognition, neuroscience, developmental, social, personality, and clinical areas. The course will re-conceptualize and complicate our historical, present, and future understandings of the discrepancies between various disciplinary discourses, which in turn inform curriculum theorizing and development. The program is especially designed to meet the needs and interests of a wide variety of students. It provide an overview of the master degree program
MBA 6010 Business and sustainability (3)
The course is based on identifying the roles and influences of different stakeholders on businesses including shareholders, communities, customers, employees, NGOs, government and business partners. The course equips senior and mid-career professionals and managers with the relevant skill sets to integrate sustainability thinking into business actions. The class is designed to help students understand the evolving role of business in society with focus on why sustainability is an essential strategic issue for businesses today and in the future.
MBA 6020 Financial and Management Accounting (3)
This course provides an advance understanding of financial and managerial accounting. It discusses the differences between managerial accounting and financial management. This course helps students understand accounting information for management decision-making, it basically provide the understanding of quality and qualitative information to managers. It involves analysis, planning, implementation, and control of progress designed provide report for managerial decision making. Student will also learn how the access the true and fair value of an organization or the financial statute of an organization.
MBA 6030 Marketing Management (3)
This course provides an advance understanding to all aspects of marketing, including strategic marketing planning, marketing research, product planning and development, promotion planning, distribution and pricing. The course also focuses on strategic marketing issues which marketing managers assess before findings are presented to their executives. The course will explore the theory and applications of marketing concepts through a mix of cases, discussions, lectures, guest speakers, individual assignments, and group projects. It is an advance marketing course, which requires to conduct marketing research and application.
MBA 6040 Advance Economics (3)
The course provides a foundation of economic knowledge that every citizen should have in a modern complex society. This course develops and applies advance economic concepts to questions of poverty, inequality, and discrimination in the United States, and to global poverty issues. Special attention will be paid to the contribution economic principles can make to understanding family structure. The major topics of the curriculum include monetary aspects of international trade, including international capital movements, foreign exchange market, concept and measurement of balance of payments.
MBA 6050 Managerial Accounting (3)
This course provides an advance understanding of management accounting. Accounting Environment and Review of the Accounting Cycle, Financial Statement Analysis, Manufacturing Product Costing, Introduction to Managerial Accounting and Non-Routine Business Decisions are some of the major subjects studied as a part of the curriculum. The course also helps the students to outline and apply management tools and techniques such as the balanced scorecard, operational performance measures, quality, and environmental cost management. It help students how to accounting data to make practical application.
MBA 6060 Managerial Economics (3)
This course provides students with the knowledge, tools and techniques to make effective economic decisions under conditions of risk and uncertainly. The course will offer a comprehensive treatment of economic theory and analysis, using both qualitative and quantitative tools and techniques associated with the theory. The objective of this course is to help business students become more adept at designing and developing business strategy at the firm level.
MBA 6070 Advance Operation Management (3)
Advanced Operation management course provides students with skills related to planning, controlling, designing and manufacturing of operations. As a part of the curriculum the students are required to undergo extensive training in regard to quality management, product development, procurement, process analysis as well as supply chain design. Stimulation exercises to give the students a closer look at the real industrial scenario is also an integral part of the course.
MBA 6080 Managerial Finance (3)
The course helps students to have advance understanding of financial concepts, principles, and analytical tools used in the corporate financial industry. The objective of this course is to study the major decision-making areas of managerial finance and some selected topics in financial theory. The course touches on all areas of finance, including the valuation of real and financial assets, risk management and financial derivatives, the trade-off between risk and expected return, and corporate financing and dividend policy, including financial statements and the true and fair value of an organization.
MBA 6090 Advance Information System (3)
The program will provide Technical and organizational foundations of information systems, building information systems, managing information system resources. The course will illustrate the important role that information systems play in an organization; and provide the student with a background to understand the subject. The course will explain the changing organizational environment and the use of information technology to manage contemporary organizations. As a part of the course the students will get an exposure to fundamental programming and scripting concepts, conceptual data modeling, database management, and XML. It covers advance topics in information management systems.
MBA 7000 Advance Strategic Management (3)
This course seeks to provide students with advanced Knowledge of Strategic management. The students will be helped to develop a strategy to address your business challenge and a solid action-plan for execution and at the same time broadens their understanding of the global business environment they operate in. and also the course aims to further develop the strategic competencies of the students, by presenting and discussing world-class advanced strategic practices and concepts in the business context.
MBA 7010 Advance Business Laws (3)
The course provides students with context and essential legal concepts relating to the Uniform Commercial Code and various aspects of property law. The course includes reading and interpreting financial reports, generally accepted accounting principles, terminology and basic methods of bookkeeping, commonly used valuation techniques based upon assets and income, investment analysis, evaluation of equity and debt as capitalization methods.
MBA 7020 Advance Business Ethics (3)
This course introduces contemporary and controversial ethical issues facing the business community and complements functional understanding with a holistic approach that helps you build judgment in your specific contexts. The course will help you identify and analyze ethical issues in business, and give you some decision-making tools. Judging from past student experience, you will learn a lot and enjoy it. Moral reasoning, moral dilemmas, law and morality, equity, justice and fairness, ethical standards, and moral development are the topics that are covered under this subject.
MBA 7030 International Business Structure (3)
The course is an inter-disciplinary program of study that provides students with the ability to understand the issues affecting contemporary international business. The program will lead you to achieve personal goals for success in the international business world, while enhancing your abilities such as cross-cultural communication in order to meet the increasing demand for global managers in the corporate workplace. As a part of the course major forms of international business activities are considered and special attention is given to the risk and environmental considerations necessary for an effective business strategy.
MBA 7040 Professional Development (3)
The program has been specially designed for teachers, program administrators, professional development providers, and state adult literacy and basic education staff who want to understand fundamental assessment information necessary for quality in test selection, administration, and design. The course involves training researchers and scholars in research methods and conceptual and analytic issues related to research; drawing connections between education research and policy; and addressing important issues of professional development research practice and policy of the highest quality.
MBA 7050 Advance Leadership (3)
This course focuses on leadership and technical skills required to prepare employees selected for to effectively lead squad. The course employs asynchronous instruction using an Individualized, Self-Paced Instruction method with Course Milestones and is facilitated by certified instructors. The program also encompasses a highly facilitated web-based common core program and a branch-specific resident phase designed for workers. It is a self-paced and challenging course that focuses on building the leaders of tomorrow.
MBA 7060 Advance Human Resource Management (3)
The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of human resource management functions within organizations. This course will cover the broad range of topics associated with HR management from the perspective of the HR professional, the manager, and the employee. The program will also help the students develop the knowledge, skills and concepts needed to resolve actual human resource management problems or issues and includes topics such as human resource planning, recruiting and selection, career transitions and other workforce movement.
MBA 8000 Research Methods (3)
This course will provide an opportunity for participants to establish or advance their understanding of research through critical exploration of research language, ethics, and approaches. Emphasis is on applied learning and developing basic skills appropriate to the discipline with special guidance in developing a personal plan for immersion in research and scholarship as an undergraduate. Theoretical underpinnings will be used by the students to begin to critically review literature relevant to their field of research.
MBA 8010 Thesis
The program provides the master's degree students with an opportunity to conduct an independent research project under the supervision of a faculty member, culminating in a written thesis. The student will under supervision conduct and defend an independent and extensive research project at very advanced level. General topics important to conducting research; (b) student research proposals; and (c) the outcomes of research projects will be discussed in the weekly meetings as a part of the thesis work.