Master of Business Administration in General Management

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Program overview

The MBA General Management concentration will help you to develop the core skills and professional competencies to take on senior management or leadership roles in the public or private sector. The program focuses on the theories, functions and implications of management techniques, as well as the principles and ethics of good management. It considers a range of scientific approaches to decision-making based on quantitative, economic and operational considerations, and provides you with the tools to develop, assess and implement strategic initiatives to boost competitive advantage.

This program will also help sharpen your leadership acumen and give you the practical skills and appropriate mind-set to develop in a constantly changing global landscape. The curriculum goes beyond the basics of management to prepare you for senior management positions, enabling you to effectively lead an organization with integrity and responsibility.

Program Structure

Requirements Compulsory
Credit Hours
Credit Hours
Credit Hours
Core Courses Credit Hours 27 - 27
Concentration Courses Credit Hours 3 6 9
Total 30 6 36


Course Code Course Title Prerequisite Credit Hours
MBA 653 Organization Development & Change MBA 651 3

Concentration Electives (Select Two Courses)

Course Code Course Title Prerequisite Credit Hours
MBA 652 Service Operations Management MBA 646 3
MBA 655 Leadership and Motivation MBA 651 3
MBA 654 International Business None 3
MBA 661 Human Resource Management MBA 651 3
MBA 657 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility None 3

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