MBA

MBA

Location:  Cairo, Egypt
Start Date:  Contact Centre
Courses Info
Course Information

Programme Objectives

The program has the following aims:

  • To enable the advanced study of organizations, their management and the changing external context in which they operate.
  • Equip individuals for and/or development of a career in business and management by developing skills at a professional or equivalent level to assume senior managerial and leadership positions in business.
  • Development of the ability to apply knowledge and understanding of business and management to complex issues, both systematically and creatively, to improve business and management leadership and practice..
  • Enhancement of lifelong learning and personal development so as to be able to work with self-direction and originality and to contribute to business and society at large.
Contact

Top Talents

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Contact: Nancy Kamel, CEO

Benefits

At the end of the program the successful student will have the ability to:

  • Demonstrate critical understanding of management theories, current issues of management, the development of conceptual frameworks to guide their application within organizations.
  • Acquire a strong foundation in key functional areas of business management to enable them to succeed as effective managers/leaders in an increasingly complex and dynamic environment.
  • Acquire and use a range of concepts, tools and techniques for problem solving and decision-making for analyzing complex and inter-related business scenarios.
  • Demonstrate and apply independent research and critical skills enabling the investigation and evaluation of valid and relevant management issues and practices.
  • Demonstrate initiative, insight, attitudes of responsibility and ethical leadership in the development of the strategic management agenda in the organization the participant works in or expected to work in the future.
Managing Business Strategy

Programme Content

Overview
The aim of this module is to enable participants to develop an awareness of, and become familiar with, academic theories, frameworks, managerial models and techniques that contribute to business strategic planning and management.

It also allows participants to critically evaluate and apply appropriate strategic models and techniques which may be relevant when considering participants’ own organizations’ or industry strategic development.

Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.

Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module, students will be able to

  • Apply the appropriate models, techniques and theories to produce an environmental audit of the external and internal environment for an organization.
  • Critically analyze and evaluate the alternative strategic directions an organization may consider to employ and propose the most appropriate strategic option for execution.
Managerial Accounting

Programme Content

Overview

This module allows participants to:

  • Critically evaluate the informational content of financial and accounting reports and their use as a tool for appraising corporate performance.
  • Develop an understanding of financial planning tools and techniques and the contribution they make to the achievement of an organisation’s core objectives.
  • Evaluate the results of financial models used for long term decision making.
  • Develop confidence in using financial terms and language necessary for effective senior management.

Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.
Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • To critically evaluate the informational content of financial and accounting reports and their use as a tool for appraising corporate performance.
  • To develop an understanding of financial planning tools and techniques and the contribution they make to the achievement of an organization’s core objectives.
  • To explore the role of financial modeling in the context of developing an organization’s corporate strategy.
  • To evaluate the results of financial models used for long term decision making.
Marketing Management

Programme Content

Overview

The aim of this module is to provide participants with a firm grounds in the frameworks and concepts of marketing management, as well as provide them with the skills required to carry out a full situation analysis and use the findings to develop objectives, formulate strategy and develop appropriate marketing plans.

Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.

Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Undertake a situation analysis such that it is possible to develop a concise understanding of the marketing environment.
  • Use situation analysis findings to formulate a marketing strategy that will fit the company and its environment.
  • Formulate a marketing plan that provides for the implementation and control of chosen strategies.
Managing Human Capital

Programme Content

Overview
This module enables participants to develop a critical understanding of current and emerging practices in the managing of human capital in organizations. It enhances participants ’abilities to increase the contribution of human capital management to long-term corporate success, whatever the specific nature of their managerial role and the industry they are in.
Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.
Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the module, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a critical understanding that to engage successfully in processes of human capital management, their thinking needs to go beyond such dualisms as thinking and acting, structure and culture, strategy and implementation, and see each of these as different facets of unified processes in human and organizational life.
  • Analyze and evaluate the choices presented in approaches to human capital management practices and how these relate to the overall strategic way an organization handles its changing environment and the range of stakeholders with which it deals.
  • Critically appraise current managerial practices to inform the way they can contribute to the strategic direction of human capital resourcing, and develop appropriate and relevant solutions to employment management issues in their organizations.
Leading Organization

Programme Content

Overview
The aim of this module is to encourage the development of knowledge, understanding and skills for strategic leadership of change. The challenges to managers/leaders seeking to lead through the use of strategic management centre on envisioning strategic directions, the development of managers and employees committed to, and equipped for, major strategic change, and the development of a high-level organizational capacity for innovation and learning.
Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.
Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Analyze a strategic context of an organization and envision necessary directions and activities.
  • Evaluate and select appropriate processes or actions for developing the potential of managers and employees for engaging in critical and strategic thinking (e.g. involvement in decision making, empowerment, information, concern, etc).
  • Evaluate opportunities and strategies for developing partnerships with other organizations to achieve strategic goals.
Knowledge Management

Programme Content

Overview
The aims of this module are to develop a critical appreciation of current theories and practices of information and knowledge management with a view to applying theoretical understanding of information and knowledge management to real life situations.
Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.
Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Discriminate between the nature of information and knowledge from a strategic perspective.
  • Justify placing theories of the strategic use of knowledge and information in the context of a diverse world.
  • Evaluate and present the application of ideas to practical contexts in a critical fashion.
Managing Operations

Programme Content

Overview

This module focuses on the following issues:

  • Critical evaluation of the operations management philosophies of “push” and “pull”.
  • Examination of the practicality of the philosophies of flexibility and agility currently being explored by many large organizations around the world.
  • Development of thinking regarding the manner by which organizations can gain competitive advantage from managing their operations in an innovative and strategic way.

Student centered learning will be strongly encouraged and developed. Cooperative Learning and Problem-Based Learning will be infused into the teaching-learning-assessment strategies.
Group discussion, case analysis and self directed learning resources will be available to support the delivery and the appropriate assessment tools / tasks will be used to assess the intended learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Critically evaluate the established approaches to managing operations from both a strategic and tactical viewpoint.
  • Develop and justify a strategic operations management approach for an organization.
  • Evaluate the transformations required to change the operations philosophy of an organization.