Masters in Business Administration

The Education Program addresses itself to post-tertiary training of teachers and school administrators. It offers programs at the masters and doctoral levels. Specifically, the Education Program aims to:

  • develop pedagogical skills and deepining of curriculum content for teachers at the elementary, secondary, collegiate and post-tertiary levels;
  • develop research skills for practical aaplication to education concerns and for the advancement of knowledge;
  • engage in research and publication for the benifit of public and private education in its area os service.

The Master in Business Administration Program sees its role in providing high quality professional education that will enable its graduates to meet effectively the demands of the modern society.

The objective is pursued through a well-balanced curriculum with adequate training in managerial theory, financial analysis skills, control and development techniques as well as research ability for application in practical business matters.

Like all other programs offered by the NDMU Graduate School, the MBA program is structured to facilitate the enrollment of those working on weekdays. Accordingly, classes are held on Saturdays.

General Pattern of the Master in Business Administration (MBA) For Thesis Program

Basic Courses 12 units
Major Courses 18 units
Cognates 6 units
Seminar on Research (6) units
Thesis Writing 6 units
Comprehensive Examination (No Credit)
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Total Units Required 42 units

 

General Pattern of the Master in Business Administration (MBA) For Non-Thesis Program

Basic Courses 12 units
Major Courses 18 units
Cognates 6 units
Seminar in Preparation for Business Practicum (6) units
Thesis Writing 6 units
Comprehensive Examination (No Credit)
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Total Units Required 42 units