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URBE University MBA program aims to provide a solid education in offering courses across several functional areas. The MBA degree program requires the completion of 45 credit hours of which 36 credits are core/foundation courses. Each concentration consists of 9 credit hours for each concentration. Additionally, the students will have an opportunity to choose from the following concentrations: Accounting, Finance, Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Information Security Management, Management, and Supply Chain Management.
- URBE University’s MBA Program develops strategic business leaders by offering superior, ample education in several business disciplines.
- The MBA Program assimilates theory and practice by choosing faculty members who are leaders in their community and professionals in their field with professional experience and academic achievement.
- The MBA program embraces students from diversified academic backgrounds and by offering flexible schedule and course delivery methods.
- The MBA course offerings are expanded to the following specializations, Accounting, Finance, Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Information Security Management, Management, and Supply Chain Management. By doing so, graduates are more marketable and prepared to compete in the current job markets.
URBE University’s online platform provides students with the latest tools for collaborative virtual learning environment. Each student has the opportunity to study and apply innovative solutions for the courses; collaboration between the faculty and other students; and online resources that help the student to develop the knowledge. Our students learn doing activities in the virtual classroom as well as simulations, group encounters, attending video conferences, among other very practical activities.
What you’ll learn
URBE University’s MBA Program develops strategic business leaders by offering superior, ample education in several business disciplines. Additionally, the MBA Program assimilates theory and practice by choosing faculty members who are leaders in their community and professionals in their field with professional experience and academic achievement.
|COURSE TITLE||36 CREDIT HOURS|
|Managing Multicultural Organizations MBA 600||3|
|Leadership Strategy & Management MBA 605||3|
|Managerial Ethics MBA 610||3|
|Business Research Methods MBA 615||3|
|Human Resources ManagementMBA 620||3|
|Strategic Marketing MBA 625||3|
|Managerial Accounting MBA 630||3|
|Economics of Organizational Architecture and Strategy MBA 635||3|
|Production and Operations ManagementMBA 640||3|
|Business LawMBA 645||3|
|Capstone ProjectMBA 699||3|
Specialize your MBA
The MBA program embraces students from diversified academic background and by offering flexible schedule and course delivery methods. This program integrates rich, interactive media such as videos, infographics, and e-learning activities as well as traditional didactic components such as written study guides (program notes). There are also opportunities for collaborative learning through discussion forums.
|HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT||9 CREDITS|
|Performance ManagementMBA 665||3|
|Compensation and BenefitsMBA 666||3|
|Recruitment and SelectionMBA 667||3|
|INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT||9 CREDITS|
|Legal Aspects of CybersecurityMBA 669||3|
|Information System Quality and ControlMBA 671||3|
|Advanced AuditingMBA 655||3|
|Corporate Income TaxMBA 657||3|
|Financial AccountingMBA 656||3|
|HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION||9 CREDITS|
|Health Services AdministrationMBA 662||3|
|Human Resources in Health CareMBA 663||3|
|Healthcare LawMBA 664||3|
|Managerial FinanceMBA 659||3|
|Financial Markets and InstitutionsMBA 660||3|
|Financial Banking ManagementMBA 661||3|
|Managing Human CapitalMBA 673||3|
|Organizational ChangeMBA 674||3|
|Critical Thinking for ManagersMBA 675||3|
|SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT||9 CREDITS|
|Global Logistics ManagementMBA 677||3|
|Logistics Systems and AnalyticsMBA 678||3|
|Chain Logistics StrategyMBA 679||3|
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job growth for general and operations managers is projected to be 9 percent between 2016 and 2026. An MBA can help prepare you to be a:
- Business manager
- Facilities manager
- General manager
- Operations director
- Administrative director
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