The MBA Educational Management program provides knowledge, skills and tools required for 21st century leadership and management for educational institutions in the fast changing economy.

This MBA program is designed for students having 14 years of education with degrees in a wide range of disciplines such as business, commerce, law, science, and arts. The 108 credit hours MBA program is divided into a foundation stage of 72 credit hours followed by the 36-credit hours of rigorous MBA level courses and a capstone project dealing with strategy and educational transformation. The program covers areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, economics, quantitative analysis, ethics, HRM, management and education management and consists of foundational course work necessary for the higher level MBA courses. The program is designed for students who have passed a two-year Bachelor’s degree. Students can take a minimum load of 6 credit hours (two courses) or maximum of 12 credit hours (four courses) in each of the 3 semesters (Fall, Spring and Summer).

Required Courses

Accounting Communication Educational Management Finance Human Resource Management
ACC419
Financial Accounting
COM403
Interpersonal Communication Skills
COM407
English Language Development
EDM402
Applied Linguistics
EDM403
Critical Thinking and Reading
EDM406
Educational Policy and Economics
EDM413
Creativity in Education
EDM415
Educational Philosophy and Ethics
EDM417
Educational Counseling
EDM419
Managing Teaching and Learning
EDM420
Academic Writing and Seminar Skills
EDM421
Sociology of Education
EDM422
Learners and Learning Styles
EDM423
Reflective Inquiry in Education
EDM429
Research Methods in Education I (Quantitative)
EDM430
Research Methods in Education II (Qualitative)
EDM416
Comparative Education Systems
EDM518
Evaluation and Assessment in Education
EDM514*
Early Childhood Development
EDM526* Curriculum Management and Planned Change
EDM624* Innovations and Technology in Education
EDM689* Thesis Writing-Capstone Project I
EDM690* Thesis Writing-Capstone Project II
FIN408
Theory and Practice of Financial Management
FIN603* Entrepreneurial Finance
HRM410
Managing Human Capital
HRM606*
Leadership, Ethics and Change
Managemen Marketing Social Sciences Statistics
MAN418
Management and Organizational Dynamics
MKT402
Marketing Management
MKT601*
Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation
SSC406
Psychology and Learning
STA403
Statistics and Mathematics

 

Elective Courses

Educational Management
EDM650
Quality Assurance in Education
EDM652
Knowledge Management
EDM654
Lifelong Learning in Changing Contexts
EDM656
Teacher Education
EDM658
Gender Studies in Education
EDM660
Inclusive Education

 

Course Structure

Foundation Stage
Semester One
Semester Two Semester Three Semester Four Semester Five
Applied Linguistics
Critical Thinking and Reading
English Language Development
Introduction to Psychology
Reflective Inquiry in Education
Learners and Learning Styles
Interpersonal Communication Skills
Statistic and Mathematics
Comparative Education Systems
Educational Counseling
Sociology in Education
Creativity in Education
Psychology and Learning
Financial Accounting
Educational Philosophy and Ethics
Academic Writing and Seminar Skills
Managing Teaching and Learning
Management & Organizational Dynamics
Marketing Management
Research Methods in Education I
(Quantitative)
Semester Six MBA Stage
Semester Seven
Semester Eight Semester Nine
Research Methods in Education II
(Qualitative)
Educational Policy and Economics
Managing Human Capital
Theory & Practice of Financial Mgmt.
Early Childhood Development
Leadership Ethics and Change
Curriculum Mgmt. and Planned Change
Evaluation and Assessment in Education
Marketing Strategies & Value Innovation
Innovations and Technology in Education
Thesis Writing-Capstone I
Elective I
Entrepreneurial Finance
Thesis Writing-Capstone II
Elective II
Elective III