The objective of the MBA program is to prepare as well as educate students with both the analytical ability and knowledge. MBA emphasizes on management perspectives and skills needed to provide leaders to organizations competing in a world increasingly characterized by diversity in the workforce in order to adapt to rapid technological changes. The MBA is designed to train executives to think strategically and logically as well as to present independent, lateral and sound thoughts. The programme also provides an opportunity to specialize in any of the following areas of management:
∙ Strategic Development
∙ Islamic Finance
∙ Maritime logistics
∙ Logistics and Supply Chain
Upon completion of the MBA, students will be able to achieve the following objectives on each programme.
∙ Students are able to carry out innovation management in organization
∙ Carry out changes in management of organization.
∙ Gain knowledge in strategic leadership and decision making.
∙ Implement governance and application of Syariah in Islamic Finance
∙ Implement Islamic Economics theory and practices in organizations
∙ Carry out financial Operations and deposits of Islamic banking
∙ Understand consumer behavior
∙ Gain knowledge regarding international marketing, sales management, sales marketing strategies
∙ Carry out both tourism and destination marketing.
∙ Understand and get involved in Modern Port management
∙ Gain knowledge in Marine Insurance , custom and forwarding agent
∙ Law of Carriage of goods by sea and Maritime logistics
Programme Structure for the Master of Business Administration (MBA)
This programme consists of the two (2) components:
Elective Courses (4 courses or a combination
of subjects for a total of 12 credit)
Minimum number of credits needed for graduation is 48 credit hours.
Note: International students are required to achieve a minimum score of 5.5 for IELTS or its equivalent