Master of Business (Management)
This program is aimed at students who are interested in enhancing their career opportunities by developing further professional, personal and technical skills in key management areas. Over the course of the program, students will learn how to propose integrated solutions to complex general management issues by drawing on relevant management principles, be able to work effectively in teams to assess management situations, develop and execute management reports.
Spring - January
Summer - May
Autumn - August
A Master of Business (Management) degree is applicable to a range of business sectors. Typical areas include:
- Management Consultancy
- Business Analysis
- Property Management
- Financial Management
- Marketing and PR Management
- HR Management
- Administrative Services Management
Accreditation and Recognition
Because we’re licensed by the UAE Ministry of Education - Higher Education Affairs, through the Commission of Academic Accreditation, our students and graduates can be assured that our degrees are recognised throughout the UAE and internationally.
All MBus programs are also quality assured by UOW Australia, which is registered with the Australian Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), the national regulator of higher education in Australia. Upon graduation, students can choose either a degree certificate from UOWD or a degree certificate from the University of Wollongong Australia.
The Master of Business program also offers specialisations in Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, Financial Management and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. If you decide you would like to complete two MBus specialisations when you enroll at UOWD, there are arrangements in place that mean you can do this in in minimal time. Connect with us to find out more.
The maximum requirement to graduate from a single specialisation MBus program is twelve (12) subjects. However, if you have completed a Bachelor degree in a relevant area or a UOWD Graduate Certificate in Business, or you have extensive professional work experience in a related area alongside a Bachelor degree, you may be able to complete the MBus program in a total of ten (10) subjects in line with UOWD’s policy on Credit for Prior Learning. Your eligibility for Credit for Prior Learning will be decided in consultation with UOWD’s Faculty of Business office prior to the beginning of the program.
A single specialisation MBus program will normally take you five or six semesters to complete (based on three semesters per year with summer as an optional semester and two subjects per semester). At this rate, the degree can be completed in two years or less. Classes are held 6:00pm - 9:30pm, Sunday to Thursday. Each subject requires one evening of attendance for 13 weeks.
Your program of study will be as follows:
|Level||Subject code||Subject Name|
|Common Business Foundation*||ACCY801||Accounting and Financial Management|
|ECON802||The Economics of Global Business Challenges|
|MGNT803||Organisational Behaviour and Management|
|MARK804||Principles of Marketing Management|
|Specialisation Subjects||MGNT910||Strategic Management|
|MGNT915||Management of Change|
|MGNT978||Cross Cultural Management|
|Electives||Any two elective subjects can be chosen from any of the MBus specialisations. Students may choose to complete MGNT923 (Contemporary Issues in International Business) or OPS908 Supply Chain Management) as elective subjects.|
|Capstone Project||MGNT922||Business Research Project|
* If you are eligible for credit for prior learning from all four foundation subjects, you will be required to complete two further elective subjects from within your specialisation.
Dr Osama Al-Hares
PhD in Accounting and Finance, Manchester Business School, UK
Dr Osama has a broad range of experience in the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of managerial and cost accounting, financial accounting and reporting analysis, auditing, accounting for decision making...
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