For students without a Business or Management background, a ‘Business Bootcamp’ will be required. The classes of the Business Bootcamp will contain 4 courses, including Statistics, Mathematics, Problem Solving, and Research Methods. The ‘Business Bootcamp’ will be completed during the first year, in parallel with the core courses.
The Financial Management Elective balances a strong technical background in finance with a managerial perspective, focusing on the strategic management of a firm’s assets. It prepares graduates for professional careers in the financial sector, including banking, corporate finance, and investments. Finance professionals are highly sought after, often following career paths that lead to senior-level roles in organizations.
Business decisions are driven by data however the data is complex and offers little meaning in its raw state. The data must be transformed in a way that it provides relevant insights to support decision making, identify new opportunities, and deliver operational efficiencies. Data Analytics Elective is cross-functional, applying analysis techniques to solve a wide range of business challenges.
The way we work is changing dramatically and managing an organization’s talent is undergoing a significant transformation. At the heart of the exceptional business, performance is a firm’s employees. Driving organizational excellence requires the strategic utilization of human capital. This elective integrates Human Resource (HR) Management and Organizational Development to prepare graduates for careers managing others, including HR professionals.
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Learning goal 1: MM students will have internalized a value system that provides the foundation for socially responsible and ethical leadership and decision making. Objective: Through the lens of ethical frameworks and socially responsible business practices, students will display ethical leadership by identifying ethical issues and socially (ir)responsible actions, as well as forecasting costs and benefits of good ethical conduct related to a company’s business
Learning goal 2: MM students will have the capacity to think critically in order to solve complex business problems and make sound managerial decisions. Objective: The students will discover and analyze problems and opportunities, offer solutions, and identify the benefits and risks of a proposed solution.
Learning goal 3: MM students will demonstrate an understanding of doing business in the global environment. Objective: The students will explain key global trends and assess the impact of those trends on doing business globally.
Learning goal 4: MM students will be effective communicators at a level appropriate for business professionals, in both face-to-face and virtual contexts. Objective: The students will develop interpersonal and communication skills needed in business, such as collaborating effectively with others, oral and written communication, and presentation skills, incorporating new technologies to facilitate communication.
Learning goal 5: MM students will demonstrate, through theory application, professional skills required of competent early career professionals. Objective: The students will apply practical, actionable knowledge and skills necessary for professional employment, will be adaptable to changing business conditions, and be resilient when faced with challenges and setbacks.
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