The Northrise University MBA program is designed for individuals who seek to advance their careers and enter leadership positions in their organization and community. Reaching the top levels of global business today demands excellence, critical thinking, exceptional knowledge, communication skills and cultural awareness. All of which the Northrise MBA program is designed to nurture.
EMBA Program Objectives
Course participants who successfully complete the MBA program will be able to:
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to identify and solve organizational problems using a systematic decision-making approach.
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to manage, develop, and motivate personnel to meet changing organizational needs in a global business environment.
- Apply critical analysis of alternatives under conditions of uncertainty.
- Develop awareness of their own values and the effect of those values on organizational decision-making.
- Assess whether an organization’s plans and actions align with its values.
- Comprehend the application of a significant amount of business administration knowledge within the domains of the set courses.
EMBA Program Graduation Requirements
To be eligible for the award of the degree Master of Business Administration (MBA) students must meet the following requirements.
1. Completion of the following nine (9) courses:
- Communication Strategies
- Management Theory & Practice
- Human Capital Management
- Managerial Economics
- Business Law
- Corporate Finance
- Organizational Leadership
- Strategic Planning & Implementation
Note: Students wishing to take the EMBA must have done fundamentals of business at undergraduate level (or equivalent) as it will be assumed that they have basic knowledge of business administration. If not, they will be required to do a management course at undergraduate level.
2. Completion of Business Ethics
3. Completion of Business Research Concepts
4. Completion of the MBA Research Project
5. Attend an Introduction to the Postgraduate program Seminar
6. Satisfactory attendance at Learning Team sessions