Master’s Business Administration

The Master’s in Business Administration degree attracts people from a wide array of under graduate disciplines. The master’s in business administration degree program prepares graduates to make their mark in the professional setups by equipping them with business management skills that includes but not limited to customer retention, marketing, human resource management, supply chain and raw material acquisition, production and planning and so on.

Once enrolled, the students are provided in depth learning on all the core business management techniques which includes both people management and resources management to sustain and grow the business. Graduates of this degree program tend to find quick employment at various national and international companies which allow them to further polish their business management skills that they have acquired during their education at Queensville University.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

The online courses offered at Queensville University of Business & Technology Management uniformly help professionals to:

  • Work in an ethical and responsible manner in group based and individual program related activity and work.
  • Utilize verbal communication skills to engage the audience with a coherent, well organized research presentation.
  • Assess and practice interpersonal communication skills effectively in a team setting to solve organizational problems.
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Information Research Strategies 2 Introduction to information research including electronic resources. It includes exploration of the research process, search strategies, locating resources, source documentation, and organization of research. This course is designed to help researchers locate, evaluate, and use information.
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Financial Reporting and Control 2 This class covers the collection, reporting and analysis of financial information with importance on the use of that information to support decision making.
Financial Risk Management and Decision Making 2 Explores the theory and practice of finance and capital markets. Topics include role of the financial manager and goals of the firm, financial mathematics, valuation of assets, cost of capital, project evaluation, capital structure, forecasting, financing vehicles, special topics in finance.
Derivative Securities 2 Studies futures, forwards, and option pricing and their uses for speculation, arbitrage and hedging. The option pricing framework is extended to cover exotic options and options embedded in real assets.
Business Process Management 2 Applications and case studies focusing on contemporary issues in operations and quality management to include lean manufacturing practices, ERP, quality and environmental management systems/standards, Six Sigma, statistical process control, and other current topics.
Research Writing 2 Comprehensive study of the research writing methods and acceptable research a pert’s contents, format and properties
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Operations Strategy 2 Application and case studies are used to address issues in operations management, marketing, supply chain, quality, research and development, technology, and capacity planning, budgeting to provide an interdisciplinary, quantitative focus on decision making and strategic planning for operations.
Global Operations and Supply Chain Management 2 Case analysis, in-depth article reviews, and course projects are used to address issues in the design and management of global supply chains. Topics include global sourcing strategies, strategic alliances, demand and supply uncertainties, logistic network design, managing variability and risk, supply chain interactions and the value of information.
Project Management 2 Focuses on project definition, selection, planning, scheduling, implementation, performance monitoring, evaluation and control. Emphasis will be on product, service and process development and emerging concepts related to development on the internet. Some advanced concepts in resource constraint management and design matrix are included.
Business Process Simulation 2 Distinct event and continuous simulation modeling techniques applied to the analysis of business processes. Special- purpose simulation software will be used to analyze cases and problems from the manufacturing and service sectors.
Managing Behavior in Organizations 2 Discusses managing effectively within the ecological context of the organization. Topics include corporate culture, managing in a global environment, planning and strategy, organizational structure, human resources management, managing change, leadership, motivation, communication, conflict management, and teamwork.
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Business and Corporate Strategies 3 Introduces students to a repertoire of strategies that have been found useful in the creation of competitive advantage: cost leadership, business model differentiation, vertical integration, diversification, globalization, mergers and acquisitions, tacit collusion, alliance, and flexibility-agility-adaptability strategies.
Launching Entrepreneurial Ventures 3 Focuses on the development of new technology-based businesses. Topics include creativity, screening technological opportunities, analyzing markets, testing business concepts, protecting intellectual property, strategy development, entrepreneurial team selection, securing financing, and developing a business plan.
Growing and Managing New Ventures 3 Focuses on growing new technology-based businesses. Topics include building an effective entrepreneurial team, ethics and social responsibility, financial planning/reporting, working capital management, growth marketing, product/process development, raising capital, managing change and development, and planning for succession.
Managing Innovation and Technology 3 An evolutionary strategic perspective is taken viewing how technology strategy evolves from underlying technological competencies, patterns of innovation, and sources of external technological knowledge and modes of transfer.
Strategic Managerial Processes 3 Introduces students to advanced topics in strategic change, strategy formation, and strategy implementation through a review of organization theories and processes. Course materials are applied to specific projects through individual specialized strategic management research projects.
Corporate Social Responsibility & Business Ethics 3 Explores corporate social responsibility (CSR), business ethics, and corporate governance. Topics include organizational and environmental forces which drive CSR (e.g., sustainability, fair trade, and globalization); stakeholder theory; the strategic context of CSR; and implementation of CSR into strategy and culture.
Managing Change 3 This course focuses on theory, research, and practice of both 'planned' and 'unplanned' change. The course considers the dynamics of change in complex organizations, variables which facilitate or impede change, and how to lead change and motivate others to change.
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Thesis 3 An independent research and scholar reporting on a selected topic specifically selected from related subjects. The department schedules and coordinates a number of seminars to assist students selecting the topics and to fine tune their work up to reporting. Credit is granted based on the quality of final product after evaluation of correctness, simplicity and clarity, amount of work done, amount of references and materials used and optimality factors.