Department of Business Administration
The Department of Business Administration at UCMS is striving for enabling environment in which business graduates could develop their Managerial & Research skills through flexible and diversified curriculum and comprehensive professional development programs. Department of Business Administration aims at developing the following skills in the business graduate.
- Capability and competency building for professional development.
- Critical and analytical thinking for managerial problem solving.
- Creativity and team work.
- Managerial and leadership abilities.
- Producing quality research
The four years BBA program me is tailored made to serve the needs of the bright young persons who have completed twelve years of education and are looking for a career education in entrepreneurship, management profession or towards higher education in business administration. This program is open to the students with diverse educational backgrounds including, humanities, science, arts and commerce. However, being a program with challenging curricula and contents, it is accessible mainly to those students who have excellent academic record and high potential for success. Accordingly, candidates for this program are carefully shifted and screened through a selective admission test process.
The students who earn the BBA degree will be able to:
1. Communicate effectively and professionally and demonstrate the ability to create coherent written and oral statements with the diverse audience across the cultures replicating skills to analyze and synthesize information.
2. Demonstrate the ability to identify and evaluate relevant information for decision-making and make usage of diagnostic thinking skills and analytical techniques to assess the information and solve problems in the environment like ours characterized by uncertainty.
3. Understand the importance of teamwork and group dynamics in achieving organizational goals and demonstrate ability to work effectively in teams.
4. Acknowledges and understands significance of cultural diversity adapt their interpersonal behaviors and styles accordingly.
5. Understand various leadership styles and demonstrate proven ability in exercising these styles according to the requirement of the situation.
6. Understand the dynamics of the organizational conflict and power and politics and make use of their analytical and interpersonal skills accordingly.
7. Acquire awareness of global diverse perspectives and understand the theory, operations, and challenges of global business.
8. Demonstrate effectively practicing of overall functional business knowledge and ability to identify and interpret essential business concepts, principles and skills.
9. Identify core organizational values and understand the issues of ethical and social diversity based on ethic, gender, religion, and culture and demonstrate the ability to propose feasible solutions to these issues.
10. Understand computer-based information systems and able to use end-user computing tools and infrastructures to apply and interpret functional business knowledge.
The MBA program aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of business and general education. The MBA curriculum provides students with a comprehensive management education of globally recognized best practices with flexibility of their adaptation to indigenous entrepreneurial and societal context. Curriculum of the program ascends from general management education to specialization in diverse business fields. General management skills like oral and written communication, decision-making, leadership, and teamwork developed among the students at the initial level of the program provides them with a solid foundation for more advanced studies at the elective level during the subsequent stage. Core courses taught integrate information and theories from various disciplines, including communication, economics, financial accounting, quantitative methods, business strategy, marketing, finance, organizational structure and strategic management and prepare the students to think critically about business issues in order to enable them to develop strategic level understanding and demonstrate comprehension of complex theoretical constructs in the major business disciplines and technologies.
The students who earn the MBA degree will be able to:
1. Effectively utilize various human relation skills including leadership; oral and written communication; teamwork and collaboration.
2. Demonstrate competence in applying the tools and techniques of business management, drawing on a broad-based knowledge of the major functions like accounting, economics, finance, information systems, marketing, strategy and management to solve complex business problems and make sound business decisions.
3. Use qualitative and quantitative methods and analytic tools to diagnose business challenges, identify and analyze alternatives in a business context and leverage technology and analytic reasoning to cultivate new ways to successfully recognize, mitigate and solve problems.
4. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the internal structures and operations of businesses ranging in size from small to multinational.
5. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of how the interplay between business and various external forces, both domestic and international, e.g., regulatory, competitive, environmental and non-governmental interest groups shape management decisions strategies and outcomes.
6. Think critically and creatively in seeking solutions to practical and theoretical problems by using developed skills to evaluate information, solve problems, and make sound decisions.
7. Recognize legal and ethical problems that arise in the domestic and international environment and choose and defend solutions.
8. Recognize and reconcile cultural differences when solving complex business problems.
9. Identify, articulate and disseminate core organizational values, evaluate the ethical, global and social issues of various business options for all stakeholder groups and demonstrate the ability to propose feasible solutions to ethical, global, and social dilemmas consistent with stakeholder and organizational values.