MBA in International Business Administration


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Course Overview

The MBA in International Business Administration is a new form of international business education. It is a one year master degree program with an international focus. It is designed to provide you with academic knowledge as well as hands on expertise, enabling you to be successful in international management positions.
This MBA program provides a good blend of theoretical knowledge coupled with results oriented education, and opportunities for start-up businesses, using the traditional content and comprehensive curriculum of MBA studies and is tailor made for future leaders in private and public life.
The program focuses on specific areas such as organizational management, entrepreneurship, ethical issues in the international business environment and more. It informs and inspires students in preparation for success both now and well into the future.

Students from all over the world benefit from an alliance learning excellence and knowledge with the essential skills necessary to pursue a career as an international business executive, developing students’ capabilities to succeed in a dynamic global business environment within international companies. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
MB 101 Principles and Practice of Management 5
MB 102 Organizational Behavior 5
MB 103 Quantitative Techniques for Management 5
MB 104 Managerial Economics 5
MB 105 Management Accounting 5
MB 106 Marketing Management 5
MB 105 Management Accounting 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
MB 201 Business Environment 5
MB 202 Computer Applications in Management 5
MB 203 Human Resource Management 5
MB 204 Financial Management 5
MB 205 Operation and Production Management 5
MB 206 Research Methods in Management 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
MB 301 Business Policy and Strategic Management 5
MB 302 Quality Management 5
MB 303 International Finance 5
MB 304 Material Management 5
MB 305 Entrepreneurship Development 5
MB 306 Information Technology for Management 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
MB 401 Business Ethics and Ethos 5
MB 402 Project Management 5
MB 403 Business Law 5
MB 404 Strategic Management 5
MB 405 Public Systems Management 5
MB 406 Master Thesis 5


Career Opportunities

International business specialists work with numerous employers, ranging from large multinational corporations to smaller, boutique financial firms overseas. Career options include finance & accounting, marketing and consulting.
Finance & Accounting
Finance and accounting specialists are responsible for all financial functions of a company and deal with financial services, banking and venture capital through investments on a global scale. Financial managers prepare financial reports which evaluate investment activities and cash management through long-term planning. A manager of international banking is held accountable for all banking transactions of the multinational corporation, including any mergers, acquisitions and consolidations in the global expansion of the company. Accountants for a multinational corporation keep financial information accurate so that the financial managers can operate efficiently.
International marketing and sales careers deal with the design and development of strategies to advance products and services in order to maximize the company’s profits. Marketing managers identify the demand for the company’s products and services, as well as the potential customers. In addition, project managers of a marketing department monitor global consumer trends to develop successful future products.
Management Consultant
Management consultants are hired by multinational corporations as external problem solvers through management consulting firms specializing in management analysis to help them stay competitive globally. Consultants analyze the structure and efficiency of a corporation in terms of profits and suggest and implement strategies to increase productivity and control costs.


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