Master of Business Administration

Graduate School of Business


The Program is a graduate study furthering a business professional’s acumen and expertise in the field. This 36-unit program for business professionals is conducted in a simulated corporate setting, with concentration on business and industry environment and practices to hone the depth and width of, and add to, the professional’s exposure to business management and administration.

It has focus on finance and financial instruments, including derivatives and hedges, marketing and advertising focusing on technology and social media, administration and management, public relations and social responsibility and good governance.

This trimester Program requires a minimum of two years of exposure in the business setting, adequate immersion and experience in the modern corporate arena, business processes and instruments. A maximum of 9 units may be enrolled each term. Remedial courses are offered for enrollees from non-business-related undergraduate programs.

Basic Courses - 12 units

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Managerial Statistics
  • Decision Science
  • Research and Case Writing
  • Major Courses - 15 units

  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Productions and Operations Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Information System
  • Integrating Courses - 9 units

  • Corporate and Strategic Planning and Management
  • Development of Enterprise
  • International Business
  • For Thesis Program - 6 units

  • Thesis Direction
  • Thesis Writing
  • *Non-business course should take at least 12 units of Business Management

  • Principles of Management and Business Organization
  • Principles and Concepts of Marketing
  • Business Economics
  • Administrative Processes and Organizational Behavior