Master of Business Administration, MBA ( Mandarin )

Master of Business Administration, MBA ( Mandarin )

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Program Description

NYUS’s Master of Business Administration offers an intensive graduate program that educates students in theories and practices of the modern business world.  The MBA program fosters independent learning and enables students to contribute intellectually to the business profession. Students have the option of a Professional MBA or to extend the core MBA program by taking credits in one of five advanced areas of study:  Accounting, Health Services Administration, International Business, Management, or Marketing.  In addition, all MBA students complete general coursework in valuable areas such as accounting, finance, management, marketing, operations and strategy.  Graduates critically analyze and solve business problems through strong analysis of data and integration of a wide range of business acumen.

All courses are taught in Mandarin.

Program Objectives

NYUS‘s MBA program enables students to contribute to the business profession and fosters independent learning. Upon completion of this program, students are able to:

  • Evaluate an organization‘s financial position through financial statement analysis and/or forecasting
  • Summarize and discuss the ethical and legal responsibilities of organizations.
  • Apply selected methods of quantitative analysis to enhance business decisions.
  • Compare economic environments and markets and their impact on business
  • Through a conceptual understanding, apply managerial leadership skills, marketing strategies and/or international business concepts, theory, and research to critically analyze and solve problems in unpredictable environments
  • Demonstrate professional communication skills in writing through organizing, thinking critically, and communicating ideas and information in documents and presentations.

All courses are taught in Mandarin.

Program Outline

NYUS’s Master of Business Administration offers an intensive graduate program that educates students in theories and practices of the modern business world.  The MBA program fosters independent learning and enables students to contribute intellectually to the business profession. Students have the option of a Professional MBA or to extend the core MBA program by taking credits in one of five advanced areas of study:  Accounting, Health Services Administration, International Business, Management, or Marketing.  In addition, all MBA students complete general coursework in valuable areas such as accounting, finance, management, marketing, operations and strategy.  Graduates critically analyze and solve business problems through strong analysis of data and integration of a wide range of business acumen.

Students may complete the Professional MBA with the core courses (30 credits) plus two approved elective courses (6 credits) from the advanced study areas, for a total of 36 graduate credit hours.  Students have the option to add 15 graduate credits to the 30 credit core in one of the five areas of advanced study offered.   NOTE: Courses in the MBA program are each eight-weeks in length, and students are scheduled for one or two courses concurrently.

To receive a Master of Business Administration degree, students must earn 36 to 45 graduate level credit hours. A minimum of at least 36 of the program hours must be completed through Keiser University.

Note: Courses in the MBA program are each eight-weeks in length.

To receive a Master of Business Administration degree, students must earn 36 to 45 graduate level credit hours. Thirty-six of the program hours must be completed through Keiser University. Program requirements are as follows:

Business Administration Core Courses ( 30.0 credit hours )
Foundations of Decision Making 3.0 credit hours
Accounting for Decision Making 3.0 credit hours
Financial Management 3.0 credit hours
Marketing Management 3.0 credit hours
Business Research Methods 3.0 credit hours
International Business 3.0 credit hours
Comparative Management 3.0 credit hours
Organizational Behavior 3.0 credit hours
Operations Management 3.0 credit hours
Managerial Economics 3.0 credit hours
Strategic Planning and Implementation 3.0 credit hours
All graduate level Business Administration courses listed above must be successfully completed before concentration courses are undertaken.
Graduate Level Business Advanced Study Area Courses
Accounting ( 15.0 credit hours )
Advanced Financial Reporting and Accounting Concepts 3.0 credit hours
Advanced Auditing Theory and Applications 3.0 credit hours
Advanced Business and UCC Law 3.0 credit hours
Special Topics in Taxation 3.0 credit hours
Accounting Information Systems 3.0 credit hours
Capstone: Business Strategies 3.0 credit hours
Graduate Level Business Administration Advanced Study Area Courses
Health Services Management ( 15.0 credit hours )
Strategic Management of Health Services Organizations 3.0 credit hours
Quality Management in Health Care 3.0 credit hours
Corporate Compliance in Health Care 3.0 credit hours
Global Health 3.0 credit hours
Healthcare Finance 3.0 credit hours
Graduate Level Business Administration Advanced Study Area Courses
International Business ( 15.0 credit hours )
International Trade 3.0 credit hours
International Marketing Management 3.0 credit hours
International Financial Management 3.0 credit hours
Global Human Resource Management 3.0 credit hours
Global Supply Chain Management 3.0 credit hours
Graduate Level Business Administration Advanced Study Area Courses
Management ( 15.0 credit hours )
Managerial Communications 3.0 credit hours
Leadership Development 3.0 credit hours
Global Human Resource Management 3.0 credit hours
Organization Change 3.0 credit hours
Global Law and Employee Relations 3.0 credit hours
Graduate Level Business Administration Advanced Study Area Courses
Marketing ( 15.0 credit hours )
Advanced Consumer Behavior 3.0 credit hours
Marketing Research Methods 3.0 credit hours
Promotional Strategy 3.0 credit hours
International Marketing Management 3.0 credit hours
Emerging Issues in Marketing 3.0 credit hours

 

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