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GSB MASTER PROGRAMS

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

Philosophy and Objectives

Philosophy

The new millennium where business is moving in new directions and empowered by technology, the world we live grows closer together but the world of business grows broader and more competitive. What does it mean for entrepreneurs and businesses to enter the world of business? Assumption University sees new attitudes towards work, break from old traditions, high ethical standards, diverse workforce, and new opportunities brought by advanced technologies. Therefore Assumption University envisions its MBA programs graduates as:
1. Healthy, creative, innovative, imaginative, open minded, and of high integrity
2. Competent, responsible, and able to lead economic endeavors in a just society
3. Communicate effectively with all local and foreign people and contribute in globalization

Objectives

To produce graduates who have the characteristics, knowledge, and skills as follows:
1. Broad range of knowledge and skills needed for managerial and administrative responsibilities in the contemporary business environment
2. Conceptual and problem solving skills needed for business problems
3. Able to lead local and global organizations successfully
4. Communicate well both in Thai and English and through information technology
5. Morally sound, socially and ethically responsible, and open to further growth Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

The admission qualifications for the applicants to enter the program are as follows:
1. A Bachelor degree from an accredited institution to apply for Master program
2. A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or its equivalent
3. Good command of English
4. Computer literacy
5. Take the AU English proficiency test (or a TOEFL score of (iBT) 90 or an IELTS (Academic) score of at least 6.5 (Validation: Two years)
6. Interview entrance examination

Selection Procedure

1. Entrance Examination
As part of the application process, applicants are required to take an AU English Proficiency Standard Test.*
* A TOEFL score of 90 IBT and / or an IELTS (Academic) score of at least 6.5 can be used as an equivalent of the English Examination. Both scores from TOEFL and IELTS are valid for 2 years.
* Bachelor’s Degree or a higher degree from native English speaking countries (e.g. USA, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand)

2. Interview
In addition, those who have passed the written entrance examination must take the admission interview. In selecting those admitted to the MBA Program, the Graduate Admission Committee carefully and thoroughly considers all aspects of the applicants’ qualifications including scholastic achievement, determination, motivation, analytical and communication skills, evidence of leadership, and managerial potential.
Assumption University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, religion, nationality, or physical handicap.

Educational Management System

Trimester System

Each academic year consists of three trimesters. Teaching and learning process of each trimester takes 15 weeks.

Credit Values

•     Theoretical Course: 15 hours of lecture / discussion carries the value of 1 credit.
•     Independent Study: 45 hours of study carries the value of 1 credit.
•     Thesis: 45 hours of study carries the value of 1 credit.

Registration

Full-time students of the MBA Program can register up to a maximum of 12 credits and part-time students can register up to a maximum of 9 credits per semester.

Duration of Study

Students must complete all the requirements for the degree within 5 academic years from the date of his / her first enrollment.

Study Abroad Program

After completion of 12 credit hours, MBA (Day or Evening program) students may participate in the Study Tour Program for two to three weeks at a selected foreign university. Students will take a specifically designed MBA course (3 credits) such as Global Strategic Management, which can then be transferred to the MBA program at Assumption University. In addition, students will visit foreign companies and factories during their trip. The Office of Graduate Studies will periodically announce the cost, schedule, and details of the Study Abroad Program. Students will personally bear all expenses of the trip and gather as much exposures as they can from the international business environment.

Academic Advisors

Academic Advisors will be available to guide the students through the program, providing advice on course scheduling and sequencing, and other advice as needed.

Student Seminar

Each term a Student Seminar will be held for one weekend off campus for incoming students. A guest lecturer will be invited to deliver a topic of current interest or importance at the seminar. Group relationship would be developed through extra-curricular activities organized by senior MBA students. All MBA students are required to participate in the seminar.

Internship Requirement

MBA Day students are required to participate in the Internship Program with selected companies. Students must fulfill this requirement before the completion of their MBA coursework. During their internship, students are required to apply their managerial knowledge and skills to review the organization’s operation. The end result is a case report of the organization which will be evaluated by a committee appointed by the Dean. The Office of Graduate Studies will periodically announce the schedule and details for placement of the Internship Program. Students will be responsible for their own day-to-day expense while participating in this program. The objective of this program is to expose students to real work and gain working experience.

Speaker of the Month

Throughout the year (except during semester breaks), distinguished guests of honor give lectures on topics of their expertise. Attendance (at least 80%) is required for MBA Day students to be eligible for comprehensive exam. MBA Evening students are also welcome and encouraged to attend.

Evaluation and Graduation

Evaluation

Grading System

Letter grades are used to show the academic standing of all students with the following meanings and values.

GRADE MEANING POINT VALUE
A Excellent 4.00
A- Almost Excellent 3.75
B+ Very Good 3.25
B Good 3.00
B- Fairly Good 2.75
C+ Fair 2.25
C Satisfactory 2.00
C- Minimum Satisfactory 1.75
D Poor 1.00
F Failure -
R Course Repeated Later -
S Satisfactory -
U Unsatisfactory -
W Withdrawal with Permission -
WF Withdrawal with F 0.00
Withdrawal from Course after Time Limit
AUD Audit and Non-Credit 0.00
I Incomplete, used in case a student fails to complete his/her assignment within the time limit or is absent from the examination with approval from the University due to exceptional reasons
WP / IP Work in Progress
NR No Report
TR Transferred Credits

Non-Credit courses are graded “S” (Satisfactory) or “U”

Evaluation of student’s performance in each course is based on:

  • At least 80% of Class Atten
  • Assignments
  • Mid-term and Final Examinations
  • Quizzes
  • Term Papers or Projects
  • Presentations

Minimum Grade Requirements

At least a “B” grade is required for all courses.

Other Criteria

Should any student obtain a B for any course enrolled and the cumulative GPA is less than 3.00, he / she must retake the course to get a higher grade and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00.

Graduation Requirements

Assumption University confers the degree of Master of Business Administration upon students who meet all the requirements as follows:

Plan A Type A2: Coursework and Thesis

  • Have completed all the courses of the curriculum.
  • Have obtained a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00
  • Have passed the thesis defense.
  • Have the thesis published, or obtained an acceptance of publication in a journal or academic publication, or presented it at a conference which has the proceedings.
  • Have library and financial clearance with the University.
  • Have good behavior and discipline.

Plan B: Coursework and Independent Studies

  • Have completed all the required courses of the curriculum.
  • Have obtained a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00.
  • Have passed the oral and written comprehensive examination.
  • Have library and financial clearance with the University.
  • Have good behavior and discipline.

Specific Requirements

Aside from fulfilling the above general requirements, the students must also

  • Earn at least a “B” grade in all Core, Concentration Required and / or Elective courses.
  • Complete all Foundation courses (Non-Credit) with “S” grades.

Admission and Application Procedures

Check the admission dates of the program you are interested in. You must apply at least 2 months in advance before the course starts to allow sufficient time for your application to be processed, documents to arrive, application of visa, etc.

WE PROVIDE TWO CHANNELS FOR APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

Local Application

Download the form at the Graduate Studies Website: www.grad.au.edu or buy an application form on campuses:

Hua Mak Campus

Admissions Center "P" Building, 1st Floor, Ramkhamhaeng 24 Road

Office hours:

Monday – Friday 8.30 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.
Saturday 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Sunday 8:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Suvarnabhumi Campus

Admissions Center SM115, 88 Moo 8 Bang Na-Trad Km.26, Bangsangthong, Samuthprakarn

Office hours:

Monday – Friday 8.30 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.

ABAC City Campus

Zen Department Store @ Central World, 14th Floor, Rajdamri Road

Office hours:

Monday – Friday 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Saturday – Sunday 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

International Application (Online Application)

  • Visit the Graduate Studies Website at www.grad.au.edu. When applying online, you must also print out a copy of the completed form and wait for the response. Online applications receive a more immediate response and a conditional acceptance may be granted pending a review of documents sent through post.
  • Download application form from the Graduate Studies Website: www.grad.au.edu and submit it with required documents to the Office of Graduate Studies by post and wait for confirmation of the application status by e-mail

Study Plan for MBA Fast Track

Plan A Type A2: Coursework and Thesis

Thesis Option
Trimester 1
BG 5006 Intro. to Quantitative Analysis
BP 6903 Organizational Behavior
BA 6001 Managerial Accounting
BC 6501 Intro. to Mgt. Information Systems
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Trimester 2
BM 6801 Marketing Management
BP 6910 International Business Mgt.
BF 6701 Financial Management
BE 6401 Managerial Economics
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Trimester 3
BP 6904 Operation Management
BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
BP 6918 Strategic Management
One Elective Course in Specialization
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Trimester 4
BZ 7000 Thesis in Specialization (6 credits)
BZ 7001 Thesis in Specialization (9 credits)

Non - Thesis Option
Trimester 1
BG 5006 Intro. to Quantitative Analysis
BP 6903 Organizational Behavior
BA 6001 Managerial Accounting
BC 6501 Intro. to Mgt. Information Systems
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Trimester 2
BM 6801 Marketing Management
BP 6910 International Business Mgt.
BF 6701 Financial Management
BE 6401 Managerial Economics
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Trimester 3
BP 6904 Operation Management
BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
Two Elective Courses in Specialization
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Trimester 4
BP 6918 Strategic Management
Individual Research in Specialization
Two Elective Courses in Specialization
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Trimester 5
Written and Oral Comprehensive Exam

Specialization Areas:
Marketing
BM 6802 Advertising and Promotion
BM 6806 Int’l marketing Management
BM 6896 Consumer Behavior
BM 6803 Product Management
Finance
BF 6704 Investment
BF 6705 Management of Financial Institutions
BF 6706 Int’l Financial Management
BF 6791 St. Risk Management
General Management
BP 6909 Negotiation
*Elective Courses with majority votes
*Availability of elective courses depends on term and lecturers


ABAC City Campus
Trimester 1
BG 5006 Intro. to Quantitative Analysis
BP 6903 Organizational Behavior
BA 6001 Managerial Accounting
BC 6501 Intro. to Mgt. Information Systems
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Trimester 2
BM 6801 Marketing Management
BP 6910 International Business Mgt.
BF 6701 Financial Management
BE 6401 Managerial Economics
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Trimester 3
BP 6904 Operation Management
BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
BP 6905 Human Resource Management (Elective Course)
BM 6802 Advertising and Promotion Strategies (Elective Course)
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Trimester 4
BP 6918 Strategic Management
BP 6955 Individual Research in Management
BM 6806 International Marketing Mgt (Elective Course)
One Elective Course
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Trimester 5
Written and Oral Comprehensive Exam
Elective courses
BF 6704 Investment
BF 6706 International Financial Management
BM 6802 Advertising and Promotional Strategies
BM 6803 Product Management
BM 6805 Marketing Logistics Management
BM 6806 International Marketing Management
BM 6810 Customer Relationship Management
BM 6890 Sem. in Marketing Management (Social Media)
BM 6895 Internet Marketing
BM 6896 Consumer Behavior
BM 6897 Retail Management
BN 6103 Management of Innovation
BP 6905 Human Resource Management
BP 6911 Business Ethic
BN 6202 Supply Chain Management
BR 6203 Brand Management
*Elective Courses with majority votes
*Availability of elective courses depends on term and lectures

Plan B: Coursework and Individual Research

First Year
First Trimester

BG 5000 English for Business Communication Non-Credit
BG 5006 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis Non-Credit
BA 6601 Managerial Accounting 3 (3-0-6)
BE 6401 Managerial Economics 3 (3-0-6)
Total 6 (6-0-12)
 
Second Trimester
BF 6701 Financial Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6801 Marketing Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6903 Organizational Behavior 3 (3-0-6)
One Elective Course in Concentration 3 (3-0-6)
Total 12 (12-0-24)
 
Third Trimester
BP 6902 Business Research Methodology 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6904 Operations Management 3 (3-0-6)
Two Elective Courses in Concentration 6 (6-0-12)
Total 12 (12-0-24)
 
Second Year
First Trimester
BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6910 International Business Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6918 Strategic Management 3 (3-0-6)
One Elective Course in Concentration 3 (3-0-6)
Total 12 (12-0-24)
 
Second Trimester
Individual Research in Concentration 6 (0-0-18)
Total 6 (0-0-18)

MBA Curriculum

Number of Credits

The total number of credits of the program is 48 credits.

Curriculum Structure

Plan A Type A2: Coursework and Thesis

Core Courses 30 Credits
Elective Courses 3 Credits
Thesis 15 Credits
Total 48 Credits

Plan B: Coursework and Independent Study

Core Courses 30 Credits
Elective Courses 12 Credits
Independent Study 6 Credits
Total 48 Credits

Course Code

Course code has the following meanings:
Letters

BA Accounting courses
BC Information Systems Management courses
BE Business Economics courses
BF Finance courses
BG Foundation courses
BI Innovation Management courses
BJ Computer for Organizational Management courses
BK Automation and Industrial Management courses
BL Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship courses
BM Marketing courses
BN Entrepreneurship courses
BP Management courses
BR Retail Management courses
BS Information Security Management
BZ Thesis
Numbers
5000–5099 Master’s level Foundation courses
51xx Innovation Management courses
52xx Computers for Organization Management courses
53xx Automation and Industrial Management courses
54xx Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship courses
61xx Entrepreneurship courses
62xx Retail Management courses
63xx Information Security Management courses
64xx Business Economics courses
65xx Management Information Systems courses
66xx Accounting courses
67xx Finance courses
68xx Marketing courses
69xx Management courses
70xx Thesis

Courses

Foundation Courses Credits
BG 5000 English for Business Communication Non-Credit
BG 5006 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis Non-Credit
 
Core Courses 30 Credits
BA 6601 Managerial Accounting 3 (3 -0-6)
BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems 3 (3 -0-6)
BE 6401 Managerial Economics 3 (3 -0-6)
BF 6701 Financial Management 3 (3 -0-6)
BM 6801 Marketing Management 3 (3 -0-6)
BP 6902 Business Research Methodology 3 (3 -0-6)
BP 6903 Organizational Behavior 3 (3 -0-6)
BP 6904 Operations Management 3 (3 -0-6)
BP 6910 International Business Management 3 (3 -0-6)
BP 6918 Strategic Management 3 (3 -0-6)

Elective Courses

3 Credits for Plan A Type A2
12 Credits for Plan B

Plan A Type A2

Students may select any one course from the Elective courses.

Plan B

Students may select one of the following concentrations as their Elective courses and study the Concentration required and / or Elective courses as specified.

1. Concentration in Accounting
1.1 Concentration Required Courses 9 Credits
BA 6602 Income Measurement 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6603 Accounting System Design 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6604 Auditing Theory 3 (3-0-6)
 
1.2 Concentration Elective Courses 3 Credits
BA 6605 Tax Management 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6606 Controllership 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6690 Seminar in Managerial Cost Accounting 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6691 Seminar in Financial Accounting 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6692 Seminar in Auditing 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6693 Selected Topics in Accounting 3 (3-0-6)
BA 6694 International Accounting and Taxation 3 (3-0-6)
 
2. Concentration in Management Information Systems
2.1 Concentration Required Courses 9 Credits
BC 6502 Business Software Packages 3 (3-0-6)
BC 6503 Electronic Data Processing (EDP) Management 3 (3-0-6)
BC 6504 System Analysis and Design 3 (3-0-6)
 
2.2 Concentration Elective Courses 3 Credits
BC 6505 Computer Audit 3 (3-0-6)
BC 6590 Seminar in Management Information Systems 3 (3-0-6)
BC 6591 Selected Topics in Management Information Systems 3 (3-0-6)
 
3. Concentration in Business Economics
3.1 Concentration Required Courses 9 Credits
BE 6402 Quantitative Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
BE 6403 Computer Simulation in Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
BE 6404 Project Analysis 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6806 International Marketing Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
3.2 Concentration Elective Courses 3 Credits
BE 6490 Seminar in Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
BE 6491 Selected Topics in Business Economics 3 (3-0-6)
 
4. Concentration in Finance
4.1 Concentration Required Courses 9 Credits
BF 6704 Investment 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6705 Management of Financial Institutions 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6706 International Financial Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
4.2 Concentration Elective Courses 9 Credits
BF 6702 Corporate Financial Report 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6703 Modern Financial Theory 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6790 Seminar in Finance 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6791 Selected Topics in Finance 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6792 Investment Banking 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6794 Trading Derivatives 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6795 Corporate Valuation 3 (3-0-6)
BF 6900 Financial Marketing 3 (3-0-6)
 
5. Concentration in Innovation Management
5.1 Concentration Required Courses 12 Credits
BI 5101 Management of Technology and Innovation 3 (3-0-6)
BI 5102 Intellectual Property Management 3 (3-0-6)
BI 5103 Commercialization and Marketing of Innovation 3 (3-0-6)
BI 5104 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation 3 (3-0-6)
 
6. Concentration in Computer for Organizational Management
6.1 Concentration Required Courses 12 Credits
BJ 5201 Computer Application in Supply Chain Management 3 (3-0-6)
BJ 5202 Computer Application in Customer Relationship Management 3 (3-0-6)
BJ 5203 Enterprise Resource Planning 3 (3-0-6)
BJ 5204 Computer Application in Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
7. Concentration in Automation and Industrial Management
7.1 Concentration Required Courses 12 Credits
BK 5301 Industrial Design and Innovation 3 (3-0-6)
BK 5302 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 3 (3-0-6)
BK 5303 Management of Quality Assurance and Standards 3 (3-0-6)
BK 5304 Service and Maintenance Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
8. Concentration in Marketing 12 Credits
8.1 Concentration Required Courses 9 Credits
BM 6802 Advertising and Promotional Strategies 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6806 International Marketing Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6896 Consumer Behavior 3 (3-0-6)
 
8.2 Concentration Elective Courses 3 Credits
BM 6601 Selected Topics in Marketing 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6803 Product Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6804 Marketing Cost and Revenue Analysis 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6805 Marketing Logistics Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6807 Marketing Research Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6808 Quantitative Techniques in Marketing 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6809 Marketing Strategy 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6810 Customer Relationship Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6890 Seminar in Marketing Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6891 Seminar in International Marketing Management 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6892 Selected Topics in Service Marketing 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6894 Entry Strategy in International Markets 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6895 Internet Marketing 3 (3-0-6)
BM 6897 Retail Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
9. Concentration in Entrepreneurship
9.1 Concentration Required Courses 12 Credits
BN 6101 Entrepreneurial Management 3 (3-0-6)
BN 6102 SME’s Growth and Change Management 3 (3-0-6)
BN 6103 Management of Innovation 3 (3-0-6)
BN 6104 E-entrepreneurship 3 (3-0-6)
 
10. Concentration in Management 12 Credits
BP 6094 International Negotiation and Dispute Resolution 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6900 Business Communication 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6905 Human Resources Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6906 Operations Research Theories and Applications 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6907 Operations Planning and Control 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6909 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6911 Business Ethics 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6912 International Business Law for Managers 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6913 International Corporate Strategy 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6916 Effective Communication 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6917 Managing Organization Performance 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6990 Seminar in Organization Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6991 Seminar in Personnel Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6992 Seminar in Industrial Relations 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6994 Selected Topics in International Business Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6996 International Logistics Management 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6997 Managing Across Borders 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6998 International Organization Behavior 3 (3-0-6)
BP 6999 International Human Resources Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
11. Concentration in Retail Management
11.1 Concentration Required Courses 12 Credits
BR 6201 Consumer Behavior in Retail Management 3 (3-0-6)
BR 6202 Supply Chain Management 3 (3-0-6)
BR 6203 Brand Management 3 (3-0-6)
BR 6204 Retail and Service Management 3 (3-0-6)
 
Thesis 15 Credits
BZ 7000 Thesis 6 (0-0-18)
BZ 7001 Thesis 6 (0-0-18)
 
Independent Study 6 Credits
BA 6699 Individual Research in Accounting 6 (0-0-18)
BC 6599 Individual Research in Management Information Systems 6 (0-0-18)
BE 6499 Individual Research in Business Economics 6 (0-0-18)
BF 6755 Individual Research in Finance 6 (0-0-18)
BI 5105 Individual Research in Innovation Management 6 (0-0-18)
BJ 5205 Individual Research in Computer for Organizational Management 6 (0-0-18)
BK 5305 Individual Research in Automation and Industrial Management 6 (0-0-18)
BM 6855 Individual Research in Marketing 6 (0-0-18)
BN 6155 Individual Research in Entrepreneurship 6 (0-0-18)
BP 6955 Individual Research in Management 6 (0-0-18)
BR 6205 Individual Research in Retail Management 6 (0-0-18)

MBA COURSE DESCRIPTION

Foundation Courses

BG 5000 English for Business Communication (45 hours)

Non-Credit

This course studies the five English languages skills of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and critical thinking. These skills are integrated in all class meetings in a creative and communicative learning environment. Students will read and write varieties of English texts related to business and will participate in all class discussions.

BG 5006 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis (45 hours)

Non-Credit

This course studies solving business problems. Topics include mathematic foundation, measurement scale, basic statistics, central tendency, probability, discrete and continuous random variables, sampling distribution, interval estimation, hypothesis testing, goodness-of-fit tests, linear correlation, regression , and using software programs to analyze data.

Core Courses

BA 6601 Managerial Accounting

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the fundamentals of managerial accounting. Other topics include planning and controlling routine operations, non-routine decisions, policy making, long range planning, product cost, income determination, and management decisions.

BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the development and management of Computer Based Information Systems in business. Other topics include basic concepts of computer hardware, software, database, data communication, system development techniques, and issues involved in the utilization of information, technologies, and managerial perspective.

BE 6401 Managerial Economics

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies economic theories. Other topics include economic trends, economic principles, economic mechanisms, economic incentives, and solving business problems that deal with economic decision making by using different analytical tools. Current and interesting economic cases will be discussed.

BF 6701 Financial Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BG 4005 Foundation in Finance and / or BA 6601 Managerial Accounting This course studies the major activities of the chief financial executives. Other topics include capital management, capital structure, cost of capital, long term asset management, long term financing, short term financing, and dividend policy.

BM 6801 Marketing Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BG 4004 Foundation in Marketing
This course studies formulation and implementation of marketing strategies and policies. Other topics include marketing process, systematic framework in understanding marketing management and strategy, primary and changing perspectives of marketing in new economy, impacts of interactive media on marketing, and applied marketing management and strategy.

BP 6902 Business Research Methodology

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BG 4006 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
This course studies the conceptual tools and techniques in understanding scientific research methods. Other topics include research design, sampling procedure, techniques in gathering data, data processing and analysis, interpretation of findings, report preparation, and final research project.

BP 6903 Organizational Behavior

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BG 4003 Foundation in Management
This course studies the behavior of individuals and groups in various organizations. Other topics include interactions between organizational members and external environment, personality, group dynamics, situational and communication factors in work environment, and concepts of motivation.

BP 6904 Operations Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6901 Quantitative Analysis for Management
This course studies business operations and management. Other topics include economic systems, production objectives, production planning and control, product design and improvement, plant planning and maintenance, measurements and standards, quality control, budget and cost control, materials management, and profit maximization.

BP 6910 International Business Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics
This course studies the management of international businesses. Other topics include institutions and their economic conditions, international trading, international financing, problems of multinational corporations, diverse business practices, and managing diverse employees.

BP 6918 Strategic Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: Study in Final Trimester
This course studies the formulation and implementation of business strategies. Other topics include attaining competitive advantages, sources of competitive advantages, analysis of internal and external environment, and selection of strategies.

Elective Courses

1. Concentration in Accounting
1.1 Concentration Required Courses

BA 6602 Income Measurement

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies income issues and measurement. Other topics include income determination concepts, cash flow and accrual accounting, revenue and expense recognition, historical and current cost accounting, income under uncertainty, price level accounting, and replacement accounting.

BA 6603 Accounting System Design

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6601 Managerial Accounting
This course studies designing and installing accounting systems. Other topics include various types of businesses and their accounting needs, theory and procedure of accounting system building, investigation of accounting systems, construction and installation of accounting systems, and reviewing and reporting the system.

BA 6604 Auditing Theory

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6602 Income Measurement
This course studies auditing issues and theories. Other topics include historical and current development, professional auditing organizations, ethical issues and responsibilities, auditing through computer, statistical samples, theory application, internal and external auditing.

1.2 Concentration Elective Courses

BA 6605 Tax Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies managing corporate tax. Other topics include determination of corporate tax liabilities, influence of government taxation on economic activities, business tax considerations, ethical issues and responsibilities, and investment decisions.

BA 6606 Controllership

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6603 Accounting System Design
This course studies the control of business organizations. Other topics include the roles of business executives, cost control, marketing control, production control, personnel control, capital control and planning, and use of financial data by executives.

BA 6690 Seminar in Managerial Cost Accounting

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6601 Managerial Accounting
This course covers various topics in cost accounting. Topics include design of cost accounting systems to help management planning, control, transfer pricing, direct costing, and quantitative approach to cost accounting.

BA 6691 Seminar in Financial Accounting

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6602 Income Measurement
This course covers various topics in financial accounting. Topics include controversial issues in financial accounting, development of financial accounting, and financial accounting tools.

BA 6692 Seminar in Auditing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6604 Auditing Theory
This course covers various topics in auditing. Topics include principles and practices in auditing accounts, legal aspects and practices of auditing, and analysis of former examination papers of certified public accountants.

BA 6693 Selected Topics in Accounting

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BA 6601 Managerial Accounting
This course covers various topics in accounting. Topics will depend on the current issues in domestic and international accounting practices.

BA 6694 International Accounting and Taxation

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies international money and capital markets. Other topics include international capital budgeting, financing decision, taxation, trade finance, international portfolio management, roles of multi-national firms, and financial institutions facilitating world trade.

2. Concentration in Management Information Systems
2.1 Concentration Required Courses

BC 6502 Business Software Packages

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems This course studies business software packages. Topics include electronic spreadsheets, statistical packages, personal filing, financial modeling, planning, word processing, and business graphics.

BC 6503 Electronic Data Processing (EDP) Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems This course studies the management of electronic data processing resources. Topics include managerial tools in planning, organizing, directing, controlling, organization of operations, workflow management, and effective data control.

BC 6504 System Analysis and Design

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems This course studies the role of systems analyst. Topics include systems analysis and techniques, developmental life cycle, project initiation, feasibility study, systems design, programming, and implementation.

2.2 Concentration Elective Courses

BC 6505 Computer Audit

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems This course studies cases of physical and systems security. Topics include control techniques, computer design, computer application, auditing procedures, and Electronic Date Processing systems.

BC 6590 Seminar in Management Information Systems

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems This course covers various topics in management information systems. Topics include integration of major elements of business computers, applications in managerial decision making, problem solving, MIS concepts, and MIS applications.

BC 6591 Selected Topics in Management Information Systems

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BC 6501 Introduction to Management Information Systems This course covers various management information systems topics. Topics will depend on the current MIS issues.

3. Concentration in Business Economics
3.1 Concentration Required Courses

BE 6402 Quantitative Business Economics

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics
This course studies the uses of mathematical and statistical tools. Topics include areas of business and economics, quantitative tools of applied economics, and analysis of real-life business and economic problems.

BE 6403 Computer Simulation in Business Economics

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics
This course studies business models and computer simulation. Topics include simulation processes, computer programming, computer models, and computerized simulation for decision making.

BE 6404 Project Analysis

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics
This course studies the methodologies used in feasibility studies. Topics include project proposals, project appraisal, project selection, project implementation, cost and benefit analyses, and internal rate of return.

3.2 Concentration Elective Courses

BE 6490 Seminar in Business Economics

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics
This course covers various topics in business economics. Topics include case studies and analyses of microeconomics and macroeconomics problems.

BE 6491 Selected Topics in Business Economics

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics and / or Consent of Instructor This course covers various topics in business economics. The topics will depend on the current issues in business economics.

4. Concentration in Finance
4.1 Concentration Required Courses

BF 6704 Investment

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BF 6701 Financial Management
This course studies the types of securities and markets. Topics include techniques for risk and return analyses of individual securities, forming efficient portfolio, equilibrium pricing of capital assets, risk-adjusted evaluation of portfolio performance, capital allocation process in security markets, and derivative instruments.

BF 6705 Management of Financial Institutions

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BF 6701 Financial Management
This course studies the largest financial intermediaries. Topics include commercial banks, investment banks, mutual funds, insurance firms, and payment systems.

BF 6706 International Financial Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BF 6701 Financial Management
This course studies management of international finance companies. Topics include multinational enterprises, evaluation of investment opportunities, sources of funds of international businesses, capital structures, cost of capital management, and financial problems and practices.

4.2 Concentration Elective Courses

BF 6702 Corporate Financial Reporting

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies financial information of corporations. Topics include analysis of organizations, organization systems, corporate accounting data, corporate financial reports, corporate stockholders, prospective investors, government regulations, and underwriting of new issues.

BF 6703 Modern Financial Theory

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies various theories in finance. Topics include utility theory, state preference theory, mean variance theory, capital asset pricing model, arbitrage pricing theory, option pricing theory, Modigliani-Miller theorem, other theories related to finance.

BF 6790 Seminar in Finance

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BF 6701 Financial Management
This course covers various topics in finance. Topics include financial issues from different businesses, research reports, application of financial tools, and decision making theories.

BF 6791 Selected Topics in Finance

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BF 6701 Financial Management and / or Consent of Instructor This course covers various topics in finance. The topics will depend on the current issues of finance.

BF 6792 Investment Banking

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies commercial and investment banking. Topics include monetary policies, interest rates, foreign exchange markets, financial derivatives, financial markets, monetary economics, financial economics, banking and financial market activities, and theory applications.

BF 6794 Trading Derivatives

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies domestic and international derivatives markets. Topics include derivatives structures, derivatives pricing, trading strategies of key derivatives instruments, swaps derivatives, application of derivatives instruments, risk management tools, and speculative objectives.

BF 6795 Corporate Valuation

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies corporate values. Topics include valuation skills, creation of corporate values, corporate value destruction, corporate valuation in various settings, initial public offerings, large investment projects, seasoned security issues, mergers and acquisitions, outsiders’ valuations, different valuation techniques.

BF 6900 Financial Marketing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies marketing in financial industry. Topics include marketing concepts in finance, marketing role in modern economies, marketing plan development, branding, positioning, pricing, promotion, distribution of financial products, international marketing, and e-marketing.

5. Concentration in Innovation Management
5.1 Concentration Required Courses

BI 5101 Management of Technology and Innovation

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the management process of technologies and innovation. Topics include incremental and routine innovation, disruptive innovation, models of innovation, strategies in managing technologies and innovation, R&D tools and techniques, new product development, and technology transfer.

BI 5102 Intellectual Property Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the handling and management of intellectual properties. Topics include copyright, patents, trademarks, auditing intellectual properties, licensing intellectual properties, intellectual property protection, intellectual property valuation, intellectual capital, and intellectual property staff training.

BI 5103 Commercialization and Marketing of Innovations

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the commercial innovations of small, medium, and large companies. Topics include conceiving innovative products or services, skills in launching innovation, gathering customer requirements, launching innovative products or services, and management of innovations.

BI 5104 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies exploration of new market opportunities. Topics include analysis of product or service markets, new venture strategies formulation, legal issues in new venture creation, financing and operating new ventures, management of new ventures, and sustainable growth.

6. Concentration in Computer for Organization Management
6.1 Concentration Required Courses

BJ 5201 Computer Application in Supply Chain Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies managing supply and demand. Topics include planning supply and demand, selecting suppliers, acquiring supplies, producing and scheduling products and services, warehousing, inventory control, distribution management, customer services, and computer systems.

BJ 5202 Computer Application in Customer Relationship Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies customer services. Topics include customer relationship management, customer support, customer recognition, customer loyalty, customer values, and computer systems and applications.

BJ 5203 Enterprise Resource Planning

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies enterprise key systems concepts. Topics include functional perspective, technical perspective, implementation perspective, integrated systems design, cross-functional business, and computers systems and applications.

BJ 5204 Computer Application in Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course covers fundamental principles and applications of computers for organizational management, analysis, and design of suitable computer systems for organization.

7. Concentration in Automation and Industrial Management
7.1 Concentration Required Courses

BK 5301 Industrial Design and Innovation

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the application of innovative industrial designs. Topics include prototype production, two-dimension and three-dimension graphical designs, computer-aided designs, computer-aided manufacturing tools, application of concepts, and commercially feasible products and services.

BK 5302 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course covers computer-based integrated manufacturing management systems in allocating and controlling plants, equipment, manpower, and materials.

BK 5303 Management of Quality Assurance and Standards

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies quality controls. Topics include quality management, quality assurance, quality management systems, international quality management standard, and Total Quality Management.

BK 5304 Service and Maintenance Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the duties of technical managers. Topics include designing maintenance programs, implementing and supervising maintenance programs, preventive maintenance, human aspects of maintenance, and computers in maintenance.

8. Concentration in Marketing
8.1 Concentration Required Courses

BM 6802 Advertising and Promotional Strategies

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management
This course studies the administration of advertising. Topics include components of marketing mix, business and public administration tools, principles and practices in sales promotion, management of sales promotion, and sales promotion guidelines.

BM 6806 International Marketing Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management
This course studies the principles and practices of international marketing. Topics include small exporters, multi-national corporations, managers’ roles, export laws, international laws, and diverse personnel.

BM 6896 Consumer Behavior

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies consumers’ intentions and motivations. Topics include the examination of individual, group and family consumers, the psychology, sociology, and anthropological aspects of consumers’ buying decisions, the roles of managers, and management actions.

8.2 Concentration Elective Courses

BM 6601 Selected Topics in Marketing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management and / or Consent of Instructor This course covers various topics in marketing. The topics will depend on the current issues of marketing.

BM 6803 Product Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies strategic decisions for products and market selection. Topics include product innovation, managing new products, analytical tools in decision making, the role of product manager, competitors, and product life cycle.

BM 6804 Marketing Cost and Revenue Analysis

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BE 6401 Managerial Economics and BM 6801 Marketing Management This course studies the principles and practices of marketing cost and revenue. Topics include proposed marketing projects, calculation of cost and revenue of proposed marketing projects, and the roles of marketing managers.

BM 6805 Marketing Logistics Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management
This course studies the supply and distribution of products. Topics include logistics theories, managing logistics systems, problems in logistics, transport scheduling, transport control, insurance, customs, and logistics system design.

BM 6807 Marketing Research Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology and BM 6801 Marketing Management This course studies the nature of marketing research. Topics include the need for marketing research, research questionnaires, marketing surveys, analysis and interpretation of data, experiments, and observations. Students will undertake group research project.

BM 6808 Quantitative Techniques in Marketing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6901 Quantitative Analysis for Management and BM 6801 Marketing Management This course studies applications of models to marketing problems. Topics include basic concepts in marketing, use of mathematical and statistical models in marketing, and students’ development of their own analyses.

BM 6809 Marketing Strategy

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course integrates all marketing elements in a strategic planning framework. Topics include marketing policies, competitive situations, complex and turbulent environment, qualitative and quantitative analysis, decision making skills, and supporting decisions.

BM 6810 Customer Relationship Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the approaches in managing customers. Topics include strategies, different organizations, the roles of CRM, business shifts, environmental changes, competitive advantages, technical and managerial foundations, delivering a successful CRM project, and risk factors.

BM 6890 Seminar in Marketing Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management
This course covers various topics in marketing. The topics will depend on the current issues of marketing based on research papers.

BM 6891 Seminar in International Marketing Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management and BM 6806 International Marketing ManagementThis course covers various topics in International marketing. Students will conduct marketing investigation.

BM 6892 Selected Topics in Service Marketing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BM 6801 Marketing Management and / or Consent of Instructor This course covers various topics in marketing. The topics will depend on the current issues of marketing.

BM 6894 Entry Strategy in International Markets

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies marketing issues in international arena. Topics include designing marketing strategy, different environmental contexts, marketing problems, global opportunities, market barriers, cultural differences, international laws, transportation, and customs.

BM 6895 Internet Marketing

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies commerce through internet marketing. Topics include the use of internet and related technologies, research, advertising, selling, customer service, user characteristics and behavior, direct marketing, online strategies, relationship marketing, and website design.

BM 6897 Retail Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies commerce through internet marketing. Topics include the use of internet and related technologies, research, advertising, selling, customer service, user characteristics and behavior, direct marketing, online strategies, relationship marketing, and website design.

9. Concentration in Entrepreneurship
9.1 Concentration Required Courses

BN 6101 Entrepreneurial Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies entrepreneurs and businesses. Topics include developing skills, various careers, starting small businesses, management styles, organization cultures, organization structures, and developing existing organizations. Activities include seminars and research.

BN 6102 SME’S Growth and Change Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the development of small into medium sized enterprises. Topics include managing changes in organizations, business functions, optimizing resources, and individual business to professional business.

BN 6103 Management of Information

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the methodologies of developing information systems. Topics include development strategies, systems construction and conversion, systems testing, systems implementation, systems management, and systems operations and support.

BN 6104 E-entrepreneurship

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the methodologies of developing information systems. Topics include development strategies, systems construction and conversion, systems testing, systems implementation, systems management, and systems operations and support.

10. Concentration in Management

BP 6094 International Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6903 Organizational Behavior This course studies the theories, concepts and skills in mediation. Topics include competitive business environments, diverse business environments, cultural literacy, language skills, effective negotiation, effective facilitation, and effective mediation.

BP 6900 Business Communication

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BG 5000 English for Business Communication or Exemption This course studies the development of business communication skills. Topics include business communication forms, written communication, preparation and delivery of communication, and formal business plan.

BP 6905 Human Resources Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6903 Organizational Behavior
This course studies the nature, scope, and objectives of human resources management. Topics include relationships of human resources department with other departments, human resource functions, human resource policies, advertisement, recruitment, selection, training, development, and compensation.

BP 6906 Operations Research Theories and Applications

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: Completion of First year MBA program and / or Consent of Instructor This course studies operations research techniques. Topics include solutions to management problems, integer, nonlinear programing, dynamic programing, queuing theory, replacement technique, and Monte Carlo technique.

BP 6907 Operations Planning and Control

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6904 Operations Management
This course studies the application of quantitative techniques in business operations. Topics include operation design, operation planning, operation control, scientific analysis of operation problems, forecasting demand, inventory control, smoothing, workforce levels, and project planning.

BP 6909 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies negotiation process. Topics include negotiation skills, communication skills, negotiation techniques, alternative actions, costs and benefits of alternative actions, managing the negotiation process, and resolution of conflicts.

BP 6911 Business Ethics

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the application of ethical principles to businesses. Topics include unethical business practices, philosophical viewpoint of contemporary business practices, confronting ethical dilemmas, business stakeholders, government roles, and threats from stakeholders.

BP 6912 International Business Law for Managers

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6910 International Business Management
This course studies the economic regulations in businesses. Topics include planning of business transactions, importing goods and services, exporting goods and services, Thai law, international agreements, bilateral agreements, multi-lateral agreements, and communication skills.

BP 6913 International Corporate Strategy

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the maximization of competitive strategies of firms. Topics include spotting opportunities, initiating changes in companies, generating values from environmental risks, critical developments in corporate strategies, strategic opportunities, resources conservation, and solving environmental problems.

BP 6916 Effective Communication

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies workplace communication. Topics include formal and informal communication, interpersonal communication skills, small group communication skills, public speaking skills, writing skills, and listening skills.

BP 6917 Managing Organization Performance

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies individual and group behaviors within organizations. Topics include theories of motivation, teamwork, leadership, organization culture, structure, performance appraisal, and performance management.

BP 6990 Seminar in Organization Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course covers the maintenance of formal organizations, internal systems, roles and functions of supervisors, executives, and administrators, organizational theories and leadership.

BP 6991 Seminar in Personnel Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6905 Human Resources Management This course covers administration of personnel, relationships of personnel, industrial personnel services, appraisals of policies and practices, selection, and training.

BP 6992 Seminar in Industrial Relations

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course covers fundamentals of labor productivity, labor unions and practices, manpower management, relations among labor unions, government, and industry.

BP 6994 Selected Topics in International Business Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6909 International Business Management
This course covers various topics in international business. The topics will depend on the current issues in international businesses.

BP 6996 International Logistics Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies the problems and opportunities of international transportation. Topics include modes of international transportation, international transport operation, international transport service, international transport cost, distribution operation, and purchasing.

BP 6997 Managing Across Borders

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies organizational behavior in international businesses. Topics include managing diverse personnel, cross culture management, ethics, cross culture communication, motivation, group and team works, managing international human resources, and managing diversity.

BP 6998 International Organization Behavior

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies organizational behavior in international businesses. Topics include managing diverse personnel, cross culture management, ethics, cross culture communication, motivation, group and team works, managing international human resources, and managing diversity.

BP 6999 International Human Resources Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies organizational behavior in international businesses. Topics include managing diverse personnel, cross culture management, ethics, cross culture communication, motivation, group and team works, managing international human resources, and managing diversity.

11. Concentration in Retail Management
11.1 Concentration Required Courses

BR 6201 Consumer Behavior in Retail Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies organizational behavior in international businesses. Topics include managing diverse personnel, cross culture management, ethics, cross culture communication, motivation, group and team works, managing international human resources, and managing diversity.

BR 6202 Supply Chain Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies managing logistics. Topics include channel relationships, management, supply chain, international laws, customs, taxes, and modes of transport.

BR 6203 Brand Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies strategies in managing brands. Topics include guidelines in creating brands, successful brands, brand innovation, sustaining successful brands, and strategies of leading brands.

BR 6204 Retail and Service Management

3 (3-0-6) Credits

This course studies customer service. Topics include corporate image, personal presentations, customer interaction, industry trends, selecting employees, training employees, motivating employees, and empowering employees.

Thesis

BZ 7000 Thesis

3 (3-0-6) Credits

BZ 7001 Thesis

3 (3-0-6) Credits

Prerequisite: Completed a minimum of 36 credits and Consent of the Advisor This is a research work to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the interest and capabilities of students, under the guidance of expert advisers.

Independent Study

BA 6699 Individual Research in Accounting

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the interest and capabilities of students, under the guidance of expert advisers.

BC 6599 Individual Research in Management Information Systems

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the interest and capabilities of students, under the guidance of expert advisers.

BE 6499 Individual Research in Business Economics

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in business economics to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BF 6755 Individual Research in Finance

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in finance to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BI 5105 Individual Research in Innovation Management

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in innovation management to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BJ 5205 Individual Research in Computer for
Organizational ManagementPrerequisite

6 (0-0-18) Credits

BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in computers for organizational management to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BK 5305 Individual Research in Automation and Industrial Management

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in automation and industrial management to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BL 5405 Individual Research in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in social innovation and entrepreneurship to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BM 6855 Individual Research in Marketing

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in marketing to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BN 6155 Individual Research in Entrepreneurship

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology
This is a research work in entrepreneurship to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BP 6995 Individual Research in Management

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology This is a research work in management to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

BR 6205 Individual Research in Retail Management

6 (0-0-18) Credits

Prerequisite: BP 6902 Business Research Methodology This is a research work in retail management to be conducted by individual students and tailored at the field of interest of students.

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