At the Institute of Business and Management, our mission is to educate leaders for business and society. This mission reflects the vision and expectation that our graduates are inspiring leaders who own and solve hard problems that matter. In keeping with this mission, the school has pioneered an Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) curriculum designed to better meet the management challenges of contemporary organizations.
SDMI approach is designed to accomplish two goals: first, to instill a general competency in meeting the challenges of management; and second, to facilitate studentsâ€™ development of their own personal career aspirations. In teaching what is general, our aim is to establish a higher standard of professional management; in cultivating what is personal, our aim is to establish a higher standard of leadership.
Instead of teaching management topics in separate, single-subject courses like Finance or Marketing, SDMI teaches core subjects in an integrated way, providing frameworks and concepts in a richer, more relevant context. By creating a teaching and learning environment that actively draws connections between the traditional MBA subjects, SDMI â€˜s innovative approach not only requires more disciplined thinking, but also inspires more creative problem-solving.
Upon completion of the MBA program, Graduates possess critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems, identify opportunities and make reliable decisions in routine and unfamiliar or unpredictable domestic and global environments using generally accepted concepts of business (Accounting, Finance, Organization Studies, Public Administration, Mass Communication/Media, Health Care Management, Management of Technologies/Innovation, Supply Chain, Corporate Strategy and Policy, Human Ressource, Managerial Economics, Education, Information Technologies, Marketing, Energy Management, Operation Management, Environmental and Ethics, Buisness Law ).
The two year program focuses on business in international context.
- Graduates can incorporate into their business decisions an appreciation for social responsibility, legal and ethical requirements, and corporate governance
- Graduates can use quantitative and qualitative tools to identify business problems and opportunities showing an appreciation for the interrelationships of finance, accounting, management, operations, marketing, and information systems
- Graduates can demonstrate appropriate written and oral communication competencies that support and enhance managerial effectiveness
- Graduates can develop a strategic plan with consideration for the dynamic and sometimes unpredictable domestic and global business environments