MBA

About the MBA Programme

In the present competitive global economy, those looking to establish a career at the highest level of business are increasingly expected to be complete in every aspect of their field, displaying diverse range of practical skills and the ability to think analytically.

The CIML Business School MBA programme seeks to equip graduates with a thorough understanding of the practical elements of managing within international organisations, coupled with learning designed to sharpen an inquiring mind and the ability to apply strategic analysis to complex business situations.

The CIML Business School MBA programme provide a balance of management and business courses with leadership-focused topics, often drawing from psychology, sociology, communication studies and other fields. This MBA degree programs allow a great amount of flexibility in curriculum design, with personalization available through consultation with an advisor.

The CIML Business School MBA programme is a broad-based and interdisciplinary leadership which prepares graduates for management and supervisory roles across all industries. Graduates may occupy top executive or management positions in government agencies, nonprofit organizations, private corporations or other institutions. Some possible job titles include:

  • Chief executive officer
  • Director of human resources
  • Vice president of operations
  • Executive director
  • General manager

Salaries in these career areas can vary but are usually on the high end, due to the executive nature of the positions. In May 2014, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported a median annual salary of $173,320 for chief executive officers (www.bls.gov ). The BLS also reported a median annual salary of $97,270 for general and operations managers.

 

Courses Available

  • Financial Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Human Recourse Management
  • Management Information System
  • Cost Management Specialization
  • Quality Control Management
  • Operations and Production Management
  • Project Management
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Logistic and Supply Chain Management
  • International Business Management
  • Industrial Engineering Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Healthcare Management
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • Educational Management
  • Corporate Security Management

 

Note: Other Management Courses not List above are available upon request

 

Duration of Programme

The MBA programme is operated on a distance learning basis and runs for a 3 Years

 

Requirements for Graduation

To be eligible for the award of MBA degree, a candidate must satisfactorily and successfully complete the course work and pass all the prescribed examinations. The candidate must also carry out and successfully defend a research project relevant to the area of specialization. Other Requirements are;

i. Candidates must pass a minimum of 66 credits units, including all the compulsory courses. The credit units are broken down as follows;
  • 14 core courses of 3 credits each                42
  • 6 elective courses of 3 credits each             18

(chosen from the area of specialization)

  • MBA research project of 6 credits                  6

          Total                                                        66

     
ii. The minimum pass mark for every course is of 50

 iii. Aggregate score for graduation; A student must attain a minimum 50 weighted average score in all courses to earn the award of MBA.

 

Assessment of Students

  1. Attainment Levels

In the MBA programme, assessment of student's achievement shall be based on:

  • Examinations
  • Term paper
  • Assignments
  • Group project works
  • MBA Dissertation
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