Professional Master's in Business Administration
The Professional MBA is a completed degree, where you benefit from a dynamic curriculum taught in a real learning environment. You can learn and spend time in a unique learning experience, taking on a challenge that will provide you with the right preparation for your path to future success. The Professional MBA program offers an internationally accredited certificate in addition to a flexible credit-hour education programme.
A bachelor’s degree or a BA from an Egyptian or foreign university recognized by the Supreme Council of Universities or one of the equivalent high institutes is required to join the MBA program Students in the program will be awarded a professional master’s degree in general business administration, and it is planned to offer a range of specializations in the coming years, such as a professional master’s in the organization and management of health sector institutions, in human resources management, in marketing management, and in financial and banking management.
The duration of study in the program includes (45) credit hours, which includes studying two sets of courses, the first being compulsory courses, and the second being optional courses. Where the student can choose a minimum of four courses. Thus, the total subjects to be studied are 12 courses over two semesters or more. The Arabic language is the language of study.
Also, the student may register for a maximum of four compulsory courses and choose two related elective courses according to the previous schedule in each semester. The minimum number of students registered in the courses is (15) students.
As for the lectures, they are held for 3 hours per week in each course, for a period of 12 academic weeks, with a total of 36 credit hours.
Quantitative methods in management, strategic management, marketing management, Financial management, production and operations management, administrative behavior, Human Resource Management and Scientific Research Methods
Management assets, international marketing, institutions and financial markets, Logistics and supply chain management, entrepreneurship and small projects, leadership and performance management, negotiation management, knowledge management Change management, organizational development and crisis management.