Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

Program Description:

The Master of Business Administration is designed for professionals whose career and management responsibilities exceed a single functional specialty and who require higher level of knowledge and skills in the field. The emphasis is on interdisciplinary, integrated and applied program in that more complex organizational knowledge and management skills are required. This objective of the program is to provide executive level of critical thinking and systematic thought, team building, decision-making and leadership.

The program includes ten (8) pre-determined core business courses and two (2) elective courses that every student can select from a list of courses offered by the university based upon their own interest and concentration focus in the varied areas of business administration. For purposes of these two elective courses, every student may opt for any combination of graduate-level elective courses offered by the university. Student also fulfill theology requirement by taking two (2) theology classes.

The core business courses include (but are not limited to) studies in accounting, business ethics, business law, finance, human resource management, international business, organizational management, strategic management, and statistical analysis. Every course has an emphasis on ethical business behavior and conduct as well as responsible business practice in an increasing pluralistic, global society.

Program Requirements:

Length: Approximately 3 or 4 Semesters
Core Business Courses: 8 courses (24 units)
Business Electives: 2 courses (6 units)
Theology Requirement: 2 courses (6 units)

Total Units: 12 courses (36 semester units)

Unit Transfer Policy

A transfer unit cannot exceed 49% or more of total graduation units. This means the majority of units must be taken at Caroline University. The acceptance of credits is at the description of the university, depending upon the academic rigor of the prior course experience.

Program Learning Outcomes:

Unit Transfer Policy

At the summation of the Master of Business Administration, the student will be able demonstrate the following capacities:
  1. To demonstrate analytical and practical ability of critical thinking and problem solving
  2. To apply future-oriented professional knowledge to practical business
  3. To describe cooperation and bargaining power in relationship
  4. To adapt social responsibility based on ethical mind
  5. To design global perspective and to practice community development

Admission Requirements

Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for admission to the Master of Business Administration program:
Applicants for admission must be in possession of, or have candidacy for bachelor degree or its equivalent, and must submit official transcripts and/or copy of diploma for their college degree.
  1. A completed application form for admission
  2. Application Fee
  3. Recommendation Form

Students must complete 8 core business courses, 2 elective courses along with 2 theology courses requirements.

Categories Code Course Title Units
Core Courses
(8 courses / 24 units)
BUS510 Principle of Business Administration (3 units) 24
BUS520 Research and Survey Methodology (3)
BUS530 Sales Management Theory (3)
BUS540 Distribution Management Theory (3)
BUS550 Marketing Management Theory (3)
BUS560 Financial Management Theory (3)
BUS570 Logistic Management Theory (3)
BUS580 Franchise System Theory (3)
BUS590 Organization Management Theory (3)
BUS600 HR Management Theory (3)
BUS610 Managerial Leadership and Communication (3)
BUS620 Organization and Society Management (3)
BUS630 Managerial Accounting (3)
BUS635 Financial Management (3)
BUS640 Economics of Management Decisions (3)
BUS650 Operations & Information System Management (3)
BUS660 Marketing Management and Innovation (3)
BUS670 Global Business Management (3)
BUS680 Strategic Management in a Global Marketplace (3)
BUS690 Ethical Decision Making (3)
BUS691 Consumer Behavioral Theory (3)
Total 24

Elective Courses: 2 Course (6 units)

Categories Code Course Title Units
Sales Management Major (2 courses) BUS511 Sales Communication Theory (3) 6
BUS512 Sales Consultation Theory (3)
Distribution Management Major
(2 courses)
BUS521 Retail Start-up Theory (3) 6
BUS522 Commercial Power Analysis Theory (3)
Marketing Management Major
(2 courses)
BUS531 Product Development Theory (3) 6
BUS532 Price Management Theory (3)
BUS533 Marketing Strategy Seminar (3)
Business Management Consulting Major
(2 courses)
BUS541 Business Analysis Seminar (3) 6
BUS542 International Contract Management Theory (3)
BUS543 Global Management Theory (3)
Global Project Management Major
(2 courses)
BUS551 Methodology of Global Project Management(3) 6
BUS552 Management of Global Project Schedule(3)
BUS553 Management of Agile(3)
BUS554 Management of Global Project Risk
BUS555 Advanced Management Global Project Cost
BUS556 Advanced Management of Global Project Communication
BUS557 Advanced Management of Global Project Procurement & Contract
Convergence of Brain cognitiveMajor
(2 courses)
BUS561 EEG Research and Utilization(3) 6
BUS562 Sports and Health
BUS563 Brain and Human Development
BUS564 Brain Coaching
BUS565 Aging and Sports
BUS566 Older Adults and Physical Activity
BUS567 Evaluation to Program for Health Promotion
H.S.E Major(2 courses) BUS571 Methodology of Environmental Health Management Theory 6
BUS572 Management of Health, and Environment
Taekwondo Management Major
(2 courses)
BUS581 Taekwondo Teaching Theory 6
BUS582 Taekwondo Management Theory
BUS583 Taekwondo Form Sparring Theory
BUS584 Taekwondo with Health Management Theory
BUS585 Taekwondo Technology Research
BUS586 Taekwondo Training Methodology
BUS587 Taekwondo Judgment Theory
Total 6

Theology Requirements: 2 courses (6 units)

Categories Code Course Title Units
2 courses (6 units) OT501 Theology of OT (3) 6
NT501 Theology of NT (3)
THE501 Comparative Religion (3)
THE502 Psychology of Religion (3)
Total 6

Graduation Requirements:

  1. Students must complete 36 semester hours of credits including at least 30 units of core courses.
  2. Students must complete course work with a Grade Point Average of 2.5 out of 4.0 scales.
  3. Student must pass capstone course (MPS612: Research in Eastern Philosophy and Classical Literature) with a grade “B” or better.
  4. Students must complete 2 theology class requirements and pass exit interview
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