Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Program Overview

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Business administration deals with the performance or management of business operations and therefore is all about making or implementing major decisions. It is mostly about organizing people and resources efficiently so as to channel activities toward common goals. A degree in Business Administration can help you obtain those particular abilities and master the latest methods to manage a group or business. Problem-solving, theorizing and analytical thinking skills are much needed and favored. In addition, this major will encourage you to think about issues such as diversity, ethics, politics and other dynamics that play a role in every work environment.

MBA program is geared towards persons interested in pursuing a career in management or improving their managerial skills. The certificate demonstrates the essential information and skills required by professionals who have to make decisions that are important to the direction and performance of an organization or business. It also demonstrates that a candidate has the required practical approach to manage business in any environment.

Change is a hallmark of today.s business world. In particular, our workforce is constantly changing . people come and go, and move into new roles within the company. Succession planning can help you make the most of that change by ensuring that when someone leaves, there is someone new to take their place.

The MBA also covers Business process management which helps organizations leverage processes to achieve their goals and be successful. Once processes are implemented, they must be monitored, evaluated, and optimized to make sure they are still meeting the goals that they were designed to accomplish. A business that can successfully manage its processes is able to maintain a competitive edge, while increasing productivity and efficiency and decreasing costs.

MBA Degree Requirement

Applicants must have a recognized Bachelor degree in any discipline from an accredited college or university; Postgraduate Diploma or a recognized Graduate Certificate; or a recognized Diploma and 2 years work experience.

Delivery Mode

E-Learning - Self Paced

Program Learning Outcome

What is the Learning Outcome of the MBA E-Course?

  • 1) How to apply the best methods for creating, leading, and managing their own business
  • 2) Ways to establish an organizational framework through operations, finance, and leadership
  • 3) Techniques for setting up an effective and efficient system for hiring, retaining, and succession planning
  • 4) How to start researching and designing a strategic plan
  • 5) How to describe the essential elements of marketing, sales, and their company brand
  • 6) Demonstrate an understanding of the value of succession planning for successful businesses.
  • 7) Demonstrate expertise with the key elements of a succession plan.
  • 8) Create and discuss aspects of a succession plan.
  • 9) Discuss the elements of a succession plan in terms of roles, responsibility, function, scope, and evaluation.
  • 10) Understand the basic principles of negotiation
  • 11) Prepare for negotiation
  • 12) Respond to challenges
  • 13) Create win-win situations
  • 14) Develop sustainable agreements
  • 15) Define your role as a manager and identify how that role differs from other roles you have had.
  • 16) Understand the management challenge and the new functions of management.
  • 17) Discover how you can prepare for and embrace the forces of change.
  • 18) Identify ways to get you and your workspace organized and get a jump on the next crisis.
  • 19) Identify your leadership profile and explore ways to use this knowledge to improve your success as a manager.
  • 20) Enhance your ability to communicate with others in meetings and through presentations.
  • 21) Create an action plan for managing your career success.
  • 22) Understand conflict
  • 23) Be able to identify the stages of conflict
  • 24) Use LECSR to resolve conflict
  • 25) Identify other ways to resolve conflict
  • 26) Develop personal skills necessary to resolve conflict
  • 27) Recognize how your own attitudes and actions impact others.
  • 28) Find new and effective techniques for dealing with difficult people.
  • 29) Learn some techniques for managing and dealing with anger.
  • 30) Develop coping strategies for dealing with difficult people and difficult situations.
  • 31) Understand the difference between ethics and morals
  • 32) Understand the value of ethics
  • 33) Identify some of your values and moral principles
  • 34) Be familiar with some philosophical approaches to ethical decisions
  • 35) Identify some ways to improve ethics in your office
  • 36) Know what is required to start developing an office code of ethics
  • 37) Know some ways to avoid ethical dilemmas
  • 38) Have some tools to help you make better decisions
  • 39) Effective networking, including making introductions, shaking hands, and using business cards appropriately
  • 40) How to dress appropriately for every business occasion
  • 41) How to feel comfortable when dining in business and formal situations
  • 42) How to feel more confident of your business communication in every situation
  • 43) That extra edge that establishes trust and credibility
  • 44) Define business process management and related concepts
  • 45) Recognize the vital role processes play in a business
  • 46) Appreciate the role of technology in process management
  • 47) Develop a vision to guide process improvement
  • 48) Understand how to design or enhance an existing process using the business process life cycle
  • 49) Construct a process map
  • 50) Perform a what-if analysis to improve your processes
  • 51) Implement and monitor process changes
  • 52) Identify how Lean and Six Sigma methods can assist in managing and improving processes
  • 53) Use a variety of tools and techniques to eliminate waste and redundancies
  • 54) How to apply financial and accounting terms correctly
  • 55) Introduction to Business Process Analysis
  • 56) Understand what is Business Analysis
  • 57) Understand what is Domain Knowledge
  • 58) Understand what is Business communication scheduling
  • 59) Perform estimation
  • 60) Define RASCI Matrix
  • 61) Understand Stakeholder identification and management
  • 62) Perform Root cause, GAP, SWOT, Decision and Strategy analysis
  • 63) Know what is supplier management
  • 64) know what is conflict management

Credit Hours

Credit Requirements

Candidates must complete all the required courses i.e. BMP-001, BPM-001, CBAF, Business Ethics (course only) and Business Etiquette (course only). Each course is valued 60, 15, 20, 15 and 10 Learning Hours respectively.

Module 1 - Business Management Fundamentals (Learning Hours: 14)

Module 2 - Business Leadership (Learning Hours: 12)

Module 3 - Core Negotiation Skills (Learning Hours: 9)

Module 4 - Business Succession Planning (Learning Hours: 8)

Module 5 - Conflict Resolution (Learning Hours: 9)

Module 6 - Dealing With Difficult People (Learning Hours: 8)

Module 7 - Business Process Management (Learning Hours: 15)

Module 8 - Business Ethics (Learning Hours: 15)

Module 9 - Business Etiquette (Learning Hours: 10)

Module 10 - Introduction to Business Process Analysis (Learning Hours: 5)

Module 11 - Business Process Analysis Planning and Stakeholder Management (Learning Hours: 3)

Module 12 - Business Requirements Management (Learning Hours: 3)

Module 13 - Organizational Analysis (Learning Hours: 3)

Module 14 - Business Solutions Evaluation and Implementation (Learning Hours: 3)

Module 15 - Business Analyst Competencies (Learning Hours: 3)

Total Learning Hours: 120

Total Credits: 60

Potential Career Options

  • 1) Business Owners
  • 2) Managers and Supervisors
  • 3) Department Heads
  • 4) Intermediate-level Professionals
  • 5) Entry-level Professionals
  • 6) New College Graduates
  • 7) New High School Graduates
  • 8) Aspiring Professionals, Managers, Supervisors and Department Heads
  • 9) Technology consultants
  • 10) System administrators
  • 11) Process Owners
  • 12) Process Designers
  • 13) Business Leaders
  • 14) Senior Executives
  • 15) Team Leaders
  • 16) Business Analysts Owners
  • 17) Decision Makers
  • 18) Middle- and Senior-level Line-of-business managers
  • 19) Requirement Engineers
  • 20) Product Managers
  • 21) System and Business Analysts

Exam Information

Exams are online and proctored based, using a webcam and a reliable internet connection exams can be taken anywhere and anytime.

1) BMP-001 exam comprises of 100 questions out of which the candidate needs to score 75% (75 out of 100 correct) to pass.

2) BPM-001 exam comprises of 50 questions out of which the candidate needs to score 70% (35 out of 50 correct) to pass.

3) CBAF-001 exam comprises of 40 questions out of which the candidate needs to score 70% (28 out of 40 correct) to pass.

1) The total duration of BMP-001 exam is 1 hour 30 minutes (90 Minutes)

2) The total duration of BPM-001 exam is 1 hour (60 Minutes)

3) The total duration of CBAF-001 exam is 1 hour (60 Minutes)

No external sources of information may be accessed during the exam via ProctorU.

  • If a Candidate does not pass the exam in the second (2nd) attempt, the candidate must wait for a period of at least fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of their attempt to retake the exam for third (3rd) time or any subsequent time.
  • The exam can be taken any number of times.

  • You will get credits only if you pass the exams.
  • Exams can be taken separately (one at a time) and in any sequence to earn a MBA.
  • You may retake any examination as often as necessary

Registration Link Details Course Access Price($) Access Link
1 Master of Business Administration (E-Course + Exam Voucher(s)) One (1) Year 3800 USD