MBA (Executive Masters of Business Administration)

The philosophy of the MBA program is to develop highly skilled professional managers for public, private, and international organizations.

September Entry

First Semester

2 years

Duration

₦1,600,000

Fees per session

Bachelor’s Degree

Entry Requirement

The Master of Business Administration degree has four areas of specialization to cater to the various professional needs of our students. These areas of specialization are:

  • International Business
  • Human Resource Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Management
  • Project Management
  • Leadership and Management

All students of the MBA program take the same courses during the first year of the program (Semesters I and II). However, in the final/second year of the MBA program (Semesters III and IV), students take courses from their respective areas of specialization.

The Master of Business Administration degree is aimed at:

  • Providing students with knowledge and skills to enable them to enhance their performance and assume broader responsibility in the rapidly changing environment faced by the private and public sectors.
  • Providing students with the knowledge required for the understanding and practical analysis of problems related to the management and administration of public, private, and international organizations.
  • Producing managers that are capable of applying the appropriate management principles and techniques of problem-solving to the Nigerian environment and beyond.
  • Producing socially responsible managers who are mindful of accepted norms and ethics.
  • Producing managers who are equipped with relevant ICT knowledge and skills.
  • Producing managers with entrepreneurial skills and leadership qualities.
  • Providing interested individuals with the necessary competencies and skills to function effectively as academics in Business Administration.

Study Modules

  • Year 1
  • Year 2

First Semester

C/R

Course Number

Course Title

Credit

C

MBA 801

Research Methodology

3

C

MBA 803

Marketing Management and Strategy

3

C

MBA 805

Introduction to Accounting

3

C

MBA 807

Human Resource Management

3

C

MBA 809

Organizational Behavior

3

C

MBA 811

Corporate Strategy

3

C

MBA 813

Introduction to General Management

3

21

Second Semester

C/R

Course Number

Course Title

Credit

C

MBA 802

Operations Management

3

C

MBA 804

Quantitative Methods for Management

3

C

MBA 806

Corporate Finance

3

C

MBA 808

ICT Management

3

C

MBA 810

Business Law

3

C

MBA 812

Managerial Economics

3

C

MBA 814

Environment of Business

3

21

International Business

First SemesterSecond Semester
Research ProjectResearch Project
Entrepreneurship
Graduate Seminar
International Business
Issues in International Business
International Law and BusinessInternational Trade and Finance
Cross Cultural ManagementInternational Business Finance

 

Human Resource Management

First SemesterSecond Semester
Research ProjectResearch Project
Entrepreneurship
Graduate Seminar
Personnel Staff EvaluationOrganizational Change & Development
Managerial Problem SolvingAdvanced Organizational Behavior
Industrial RelationsOrganizational Design

 

Financial Management

First SemesterSecond Semester
Research ProjectResearch Project
Entrepreneurship
Graduate Seminar
Financing the Corporation
International Financial Management
Financial Markets and InstitutionsAdvanced Financial Management
Financial Statements Analysis for Investment ManagementApplied Portfolio Management

 

Project Management

First SemesterSecond Semester
Research ProjectResearch Project
Entrepreneurship
Graduate Seminar
Project Management TechniquesManaging Change in Organization
Strategic Project ManagementManagement of Projects
Managing Risk and Closing ProjectsEstimating and Allocating Resources

 

Entrepreneurship 

First SemesterSecond Semester
Research ProjectResearch Project
Entrepreneurship
Graduate Seminar
Purchasing and Supply ManagementEntrepreneurial Development
Feasibility and Marketing SurveySmall Business Management
Venture ManagementSmall Business Accounting

 

Leadership and Management

First SemesterSecond Semester
Research ProjectResearch Project
Entrepreneurship
Graduate Seminar
Leadership Theory and PracticeOrganizational Ethics and Society
Strategic Human ResourceManaging Change and Development
Managing Theories and PracticeOrganizational Design

The MBA is a world recognised, leading management qualification. Our students are experienced managers who are looking to add theoretical and academic credibility to their work. They come to us to learn the theory behind their actions, to develop a network with the people they learn with, and to develop the skills required to be effective and reflective managers. 

Dr. Cross Ogohi Daniel (MBA Course Advisor)

MBA - FAQs

  1. Candidates for professional Master’s degree programmes must obtain a minimum of second class lower division.
  2. Candidates with university degree in third class or HND plus a university PGD at credit level pass, (i.e., CGPA of 3.0/5.0) or 50% on weighted percentage average may be considered for admission into professional Master‟s degree programmes.
  3. All candidates must demonstrate adequate intellectual capacity, maturity and effective decision making and problem solving potentials.

Career options cover the breadth of management activity. For example, recent graduates* are now working as Managing Directors, Banking Professionals, Operations Managers, Investment Analysts, and Marketing and Communications Manager

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We use a range of teaching methods with a significant emphasis on group discussion. You are expected to share your experiences. Lectures will provide the formal input to the modules. These will be supplemented by guided reading and case study analyses. We also use workshop, tutorial and seminar activities.

There are a variety of assessment methods, including individual and group reports, essays, learning logs, time constrained assessment activities and the dissertation.

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