Master of Science in Business Administration

MASTER PROGRAM

Program description

This program is designed to prepare students for the competitive field of business. As part of their education, they will be exposed to a myriad of educational material which include case studies and strategic use of available resources. The program culminates in a research study that enables the conveyance and reflection of intrinsic knowledge crucial to success in the world of business. The end result is for the student to not only understand the responsibility of a business leader, but to become a disruptor in the field.

Program

REM501: Resilience and Emotional Intelligence: Lead authentically to inspire and motivate others. Support employee's needs and nurture development. Communicate with purpose, meaning, and vision. Foster ingenuity, imagination, and autonomous thinking. Commitment, collaboration, nurturing talent, developing skills, fostering relationships.

BMO502: Business Modeling: Determine if and when an organization needs a new business model. Identify powerful new opportunities to serve their existing customers in existing markets. Reach entirely new customers and create new markets through disruptive business models and products. Seize opportunities for growth opened up by tectonic shifts in market demand, government policy, and technologies. Make business model innovation a more predictable discipline inside an organization.
IST556 Investment Strategies: Understand How Compound Growth Works. How Investments Work in General. Investment strategies. Asset Classes. Stock Market Investing. Investing in Real Estate. Investing in Bonds. Investing in Business Partnerships. Investing in Private Corporations. Investing in Precious Metals. Investment Vehicles. Investing Plans. Investment Analysis & Strategy. Investment Portfolio Management.
MKT510: Marketing for Executives: The primary objective of this course is to help students develop skills and gain experience in analyzing a business’s situation and then formulating, implementing, and monitoring marketing strategy in a competitive environment. The course will focus specifically on issues such as selecting segments in which to compete, developing meaningful points of differentiation and positioning statements, allocating resources, designing products, setting and managing prices, developing and managing distribution strategies, and developing and managing promotion strategies.
BUS530: Business Strategies in the Global Economy: This course addresses the role of international political and economic issues and the challenges facing trade and foreign business policies in developing nations who seek to attract business investments. The role of labor and access to natural resources and the utilization of IMF funding and foreign investment will be discussed to evaluate the potential business opportunities and the risks associated with global expansion projects. Economic and societal differences within cultures engaging in international commerce shall be analyzed to provide an understanding with respect to the implementation of specific strategic decisions.
BUS520: Technology Management in the Global Economy: This course addresses the process of managing technology in the global business environment. Students will learn about voice, video, and data applications and their management to assist with the financial and competitive use of technology for market expansion.
LEZ560: Leading Z Generation: Every aspect of the lives of the Generation Z, including a focus on their career aspirations, religious beliefs and practices, entertainment and hobbies, social concerns, relationships with friends and family, health and wellness, money management, civic engagement, communication styles, political ideologies, technology use, and educational preferences.
SCM570: Supply Chain Management: Manufacturing planning and control, Enterprise resource planning, Demand management, Forecasting, Advanced sales and operations planning, Master production scheduling, Material requirements planning, Advanced MRP, Capacity planning and management, Production activity control, Just-in-time, Distribution requirements planning, Management of supply chain logistics, Order point inventory control methods, Strategy and MPC system design.
BUS518: Quantitative & Qualitative Methods for Decision Making: This course introduces the learner to utilizing and applying both quantitative and qualitative methods for individual, organizational, and societal decision-making. A variety of tools and techniques will be examined as the foundation for the development and interpretation of attributes and variables in addition to the use of data sources for improving processes and organizational environments.
ASM503: Advanced Success Mindset: An advanced look at case studies that provide emotional responses to fear, and stress induced by workplace events. In this course, the student is challenged to identify roadblocks created by previous failures or successes and map positive professional outcomes.
BTE580: Blockchain Technologies: The financial revolution with completely new currency and money mechanisms will have drastic effects on the entire society of the future—banking and finance are only partial areas. Therefore, the thread running through this course is far more a heavy, braided rope: namely, what these changes have for social, economic and political consequences. What happens when suddenly everything, really everything, is organized in block- Introductory remarks – for example through “global, decentralized and self-determined management systems” and open applications? All this and the possible driving forces and actors of the coming financial revolution will be presented in this course, which an explicitly understand as a positive outlook.
BUS510: Global Financial Management: This course addresses the process of corporate financial management and its integration into the international market in Asia, South and Central America, Europe, the Middle East, and North America including the United States. This class will review financial exchange and investment risks and opportunities for limiting loss and enhancing returns.
CAP599: Business Administration Capstone: Writing for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Manuscript Structure and Content, Writing Clearly and Concisely, the Mechanism of Style, Displaying Results, Crediting Sources, Reference Examples, The Publication Process.

Concentration

Must choose one (1) concentration below

Executive Managerial Accounting

Advanced Corporate Finance

Organizational Behavior

Educational Technology Planning for Innovation and Change

Data Driven Analytics

Digital Marketing Strategy

Human Rights and Privacy

Technology and Cybersecurity

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