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Программа обучения содержит 10 обязательных дисциплин (9 предметов + 1 capstone*) и 4 дисциплины слушатель выбирает по своему усмотрению. При выборе 4-х дисциплин Вы можете сделать акцент на нужную Вам специфику. В Московском Институте им. Туро реализовано 2 специализации: Общий Менеджмент и Международные Финансы. По другим направлениям продолжение программы возможно в наших отделениях в Нью-Йорке и Берлине или в ЛЮБОМ вузе США.

9 обязательных предметов
(список некоторых из них): 

  • MBA 601 Accounting for Strategic Management and Decision Making
  • MBA 602 Information Technologies for Effective Management 
  • MBA 603 Marketing Goals, Strategies and Objectives 
  • MBA 604 Managing in the New Millennium 
  • MBA 605 Ethics of the Marketplace

4 предмета на выбор

  • IB 640 International Marketing
  • MBA 610 Leadership 
  • MBA 611 Legal Environment of Business MBA 612 Managerial Economics 
  • MBA 613 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
  • MBA 690 Strategic Management

Master of Business Administration
список всех дисциплин для МБА

На данной странице представлены все дисциплины, которые являются обязательными или выборочными для набора нужного количества кредитов по программе MBA. Описание представлено на английском языке.

MBA 601 Accounting for Strategic Management and Decision Making (3 credits) 

Examines the use of management accounting systems to solve problems and manage activities in an organization. Blending contemporary theory with practical applications and actual company experiences, the course provides a framework for understanding management accounting and control systems and how their design and operation create value for the organization. 

MBA 602 Information Technology for Effective Management (3 credits) 

Focuses on information technology management in the workplace. The course explores the role of information technology as a tool for communication and control of all functions of product or service providers. IT is examined from a variety of viewpoints including its position in the digital economy, concepts and management, and strategic information systems used to gain competitive advantage. Ethical issues such as abuse by employees and preservation of privacy are also examined. 

MBA 603 Marketing in 21st Century Knowledge Age: Branding, Differentiating, and Winning (formerly "Marketing Goals, Strategies and Objectives: The Effective Management of Marketing Good and Services") (3 credits) 

Analyzes traditional and emergent practices in marketing to the global consumer. Learners examine key marketing concepts such as branding, target marketing, and consumer behavior in the context of cultural markets, alternative messaging, and product mutation and migration. 

MSB 604 Managing in the New Millennium: An International Perspective of Work (formerly "MBA 604: Managing in the New Millennium: The New World of Work"/"IB 615 Comparative International Management") (3 credits) 

Presents management theory and practice in a global context. Learners examine the world-class management models, emerging trends in management, and best practice applications and solutions in the workplace. Key content areas include management style assessment, manager behaviors, and management modeling. 

MSB 605 Ethics in the Global Marketplace: Organizations and Accountability (formerly "MBA 605: Organizational Ethics and Accountability"/"IB 650 Ethics in the Global Marketplace") (3 credits) 

Ethical issues faced by managers in the conduct of corporate business. Classical and contemporary ethical thought is surveyed and the application of these principles to contemporary business problems and environments is considered. The course also focuses on the special problems of multinational businesses. Culturally-based ethical norms are discusses. Trends and issues associated with government legislation, interventions, and mandates addressing the ethics of business are also explored. 

MBA 606 Quantitative Analysis (3 credits) 

Explores foundational theories, models, and applications of quantitative analysis in business. Examines key topics including hypothesis formulation and testing, regression models, analysis of variance, correlation analysis, and the estimation of non-linear models. Learners apply multivariate analysis to business problems in marketing, finance, and economics. 

MBA 607 Organizational Transformation: Managing for Change (formerly MBA 640) (3 credits) 

Examines change and transformation in global organizations. Learners explore theories, models, and methods of influencing, managing, and measuring change. Key topics include origins of change, change as a strategic asset, and managing change in chaos. Study includes organizational adaptation and adoption models associated with organizational productivity. 

MBA 608 Managerial Finance (formerly MBA 610) (3 credits) 

Financial analysis strategies, methods, and tools involved with corporate financial management theory. Learners examine accounting data in financial analysis, including financial ratios, and analyze relevant corporate financial documents. Key topics include time value of money, capital budgeting techniques, cost of capital, leverage, optimal capital structure, and dividend policy. 

MBA 609 Management of Human Capital in Multicultural Organizations (3 credits) 

Examines enterprise-wide workforce engagement and management from a multi-cultural perspective. Learners study how people make decisions, learn, solve problems, innovate and create human synergies to increase productivity. Areas of focus include employee expectations and work styles examined from the perspective of varied cultures. 

MBA 610 Leadership (formerly MBA 650) (3 credits) 

Survey of the roles, influences and impact of leaders in global organizations. Analyzes significant psychological, sociological, and anthropological theories and models relative to leadership behaviors. In addition, learners engage in supervised qualitative fieldwork focused on leadership best practice relative to organizational productivity, growth, and sustainability. 

MBA 611 Legal Environment of Business (formerly MBA 635) (3 credits) 

Examines executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government relative to business law and operations. Key topics include forms of business enterprise, international laws, business torts, contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code, negotiable instruments, bulk sales, and product liability. Learners also study employment, intellectual property, securities regulations, and financial reporting and disclosure regulations. 

MBA 612 Managerial Economics (formerly MBA 665) (3 credits) 

Examines management decisions concerning real options, cost determination, pricing, and market entry and exit. This course also develops and applies models of the world's economies to explain long-term trends and short-term fluctuations in key macroeconomic variables, such as: GDP, wage and profit rates, inflation, interest rates, employment and unemployment, budget deficits, exchange rates, and trade balances. 

MBA 613 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (formerly MBA 660) (3 credits) 

Focuses on theoretical and practical dynamics of negotiation and conflict in organizations. Analyzes theories, models, and best practices used in enabling agreement and resolving conflict. Explores the psychological and sociological literatures, with a focus on key organization variables including culture, capability building, power, and communications. In addition, learners acquire negotiation and conflict resolution skills through case-based simulations, and an understanding of the dynamics of interpersonal and intergroup conflict and their resolution. 

MBA 620 Human Resources Management in the 21st Century Global Workplace (3 credits) 

Examines the evolution of human resource management, labor, law, and human capital management. Areas of focus include trends and issues influencing the development and application of these elementes within contemporary organizations. Effects of legislative thought and action on today's workplace are also examined. 

MBA 630 Advanced Entrepreneurship (3 credits) 

Examines entrepreneurship, the essential component of business building and growth. Explore key concepts including risk and reward, business planning, and venture capitalism. Main topics include market analysis, business identification, financing, market entrance, and growth strategies. Learners create entrepreneurial business ventures. 

MBA 631 Entrepreneurship and Franchising (3 credits) 

Explores the advantages and disadvantages of franchising. Learners analyze readiness conditions and effective ways to franchise. Key areas of focus include laws and regulations, different forms of franchising, and types of businesses that comprise the franchising field. Learners also study domestic and international growth, entrepreneurship, capital leverage, equity creation, and risk. 

MBA 634 Entrepreneurial Internship (3 credits) 

A professional internship experience with a start-up or growth business. Learners create, explore, network, and gain valuable insights into business and the entrepreneurial process. 

MBA 640 Residential Real Estate Sales, Social Networking, and Entrepreneurship: A New Era of Professionalism (3 credits) 

Explores three key real estate functions: sales, marketing, and practice building using an interdisciplinary strategy. Examines these functions from practical and theoretical perspectives by comparing and contrasting these elements to more effectively customize market engagement strategies. Key areas of focus in the course include understanding consultative selling skills, data-based development and internet-based social networking capabilities, and networking strategies in stratified target markets. 

MBA 650 The Psychology of Leadership: A Rational, Emotive, and Behavioral Perspective (3 credits)

The psychology of leadership in its rational, emotive, and behavioral dimensions. Learners explore the psychology of leadership through the cognitive-behavioral work of Dr. Albert Ellis. Evaluates the influence of rationality, emotion, and behavior on leaders as they attempt to make informed decisions concerning the roles of human capital management, organizational design, and organizational strategy relative to business, organizational, and cultural goals. 

MBA 670 Healthcare Management in the 21st Century: Trends, Issues, and Challenges (3 credits) 

Contemporary structures, trends, and issues affecting the business and professional challenges within the healthcare industry are explored. An examination of the economics, policies, and delivery mechanisms associated with healthcare management. In addition, learners analyze the complex interrelationship of vital healthcare industry constituents: government, insurance companies, and providers. 

MBA 672 Law and Ethics in Healthcare Management: Societal, Legislative, and Legal Mandates (3 credits) 

Introduces learners to the legal and ethical environments of healthcare management. Examines select legal and ethics topics from an industry policy perspective with special focus on the problems of reconciling healthcare quality with cost. In addition, learners analyze the interrelation and influence of crucial legal and ethical considerations including legislation governing healthcare management, legal requirements and ethical guidelines for healthcare providers, healthcare system abuses, and professionalism versus commercialism. 

MBAN 690 Strategic Management (3 credits) 

This course explores the best practices in strategic management and communication messaging. Attention is focused on interpersonal and intrapersonal analysis, application and implementation of carefully planned messages and effective strategies used by managers in business and the professions. Furthermore this course will challenge you to develop and implement persuasive messaging in a convincing and ethical manner for diverse and or resistant audiences. The course is also designed to help you to identify and adopt skills that will make you an effective team player, manager or leader. 

MBA 695 Capstone: An Integrative Experience (3 credits) 

Learners synthesize key theoretical and applied business knowledge acquired throughout the program. A strategic analysis project demonstrating the applicability of business knowledge and critical thought to an innovative business situation is required. 

IB 605 International Law and Regulation of International Business Transactions (3 credits) 

The traditional, contemporary and developing issues of international law and regulations. The impact of these laws and regulations on the maintenance of national and international order and commerce is explored. Particular attention is given to government regulation of business enterprise and legal liabilities. 

IB 620 International Accounting (3 credits) 

The international dimensions of accounting, including comparative accounting practices, foreign currency translation, risk analysis and financial statement analysis. Explores the functions of accounting in the modern business world and how the international environment affects those functions. 

IB 625 International Finance: Financial Planning and Forecasting (3 credits) 

Focuses on the topics of foreign exchange management, exchange rates, international capital budgeting, international tax planning and financing of foreign trade. Learners explore key financial concepts: international investments and capital flows, trade deficits, futures, options, and currency swaps. 

IB 640 International Marketing (3 credits) 

Emphasizes the application of marketing principles to a multinational environment by examining the development of marketing carried out by companies overseas or across national borders. Learners explore the marketing strategy of extending techniques used in the home country of a firm.

GBP 600 Graduate Business Preparatory Course (6 credits) 

The Graduate Business Preparatory Course is a 6-credit, one-semester course that gives prospective graduate business students the opportunity to prepare for entry into the MBA or MS in International Business Finance programs at Touro Graduate School of Business. The course integrates the key foundation business content of accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, and quantitative analysis. It is designed for non-business majors to gain a basic understanding of these essential business concepts and practices. Students who lack the prerequisite undergraduate courses for either these programs, or have taken them yet desire additional preparation, or students who are just considering enrolling in either business program, can benefit from this introductory course.