1. A Baccalaureate Degree (4-year undergraduate degree) or its equivalent
2. Transcripts from all previously attended educational institutions. (All transcripts from foreign institutions must be certified by a third party NACES certified agency.)
3. Submit a resume or curriculum vitae (CV).
4. Submit two letters of recommendation from persons with whom the applicant hasmaintained a business / employment relationship.
ADEN University reserves the right to deny admissions to Global MBA Courses to any applicant based on their overall application. An interview with the Dean or designee to assess a student’s suitability for the program and online environment may be conducted. The interview will be completed under the guidance of the Dean and a student may receive further guidance if deemed unsuited for the program at the time of the application.
*note: All the official documents on points 1 and 2, should be translated to English by an official translator in the country of origin with the corresponding stamps.
- Analyze the organizational dynamics and the scope of business administration.
- Design strategies to lead regional and international companies.
- Assess the risks and sustainability of companies in the global market.
Organizational Development and Operations
This course explores strategic management of Human Capital for Organizational Development. Strategy, structure, jobs and people. Culture and its influence on company results.
Accounting, Finance and Economics
This course presents the use of quantitative metrics for company analysis. Introduces the value of accounting information for the users. Financial analysis for Investment decisions. Development of internal control systems. Preparation of management reports for decision making. Micro and Macro Economics and the business cycle. Economic policies and their impact on business.
Marketing and Sales
This course reviews the role of marketing in the organization. Introduces marketing concepts and their relation to sales strategies and business objectives. Explores the interaction of marketing and sales.
Corporate Strategy and Business Development
This course introduces strategic management as a key management tool for competitive enterprises. Development of corporate strategy, key aspects to effective implementation including internal and external communications for business development.
Students are introduced to the structure of a comprehensive business plan including all aspects of operations and human capital management. The importance of financial planning, cash flow, forecasting income and expenses for evaluation of economic viability. Tips for an effective presentation of the business plan to investors.
Prerequisite: Accounting, Finance and Economics
Managerial and Personal Leadership
This course explores personal and managerial leadership as key to the success of individuals and organizations. The challenge of driving new generations. Integrated model of leadership. Introduces techniques for high personal performance. Managing discourse, body language body and public speaking as tools for successful leaders and managers.
International Business Strategies
This course compares and contrasts business strategies as they relate to economic development. Students analyze characteristics of developed markets, emerging markets and so-called frontier opportunity markets for risks, costs and benefits.
Marketing for International Business
This course explores marketing for international business. Includes the research of international markets. Explores the challenges of adapting traditional marketing research for diverse markets. International sales modalities and payment methods. Complexity inherent to global marketing, cultural risks for multi-region campaigns and the creation of a sustainable competitive position across borders.
Leading Global Teams
This course covers the complexity of leading global teams. Fostering Cross Border Team Effectiveness. Creating and maintaining the engagement of virtual and remote teams. Culture and business.
Multinational Finance and Accounting
This course covers the impact of internationalization on corporate finance. Strategies to manage foreign exchange in multi-national enterprises. Comparison of global accounting standards, compliance and standardization of reporting across borders. Challenges of country and region risk management.
Global Account Management
This course introduces Global Account Management Strategies and practices aka Strategic or Key Account Management. Students explore the complexity of managing international B2B sales. Compensation schemes for Key and Global Accounts. Corporate Communication and culture as relates to global, regional and strategic or key account management organizations. Enterprise Organizational Development strategy for companies with GAM.
Prerequisite: Multinational Finance and Accounting
Integrative Global Business Project and Simulation
This experiential course requires students to think critically and develop a comprehensive strategy, analyze research, allocate resources, and implement all elements of a coherent global business strategy with an integrative project and business simulation.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all other required GMBA coursework
Program Tuition / Cost Per Credit Hour (Credit hour costs do not include fees.)
Please refer to the catalog for further information.
$13,000.00 / $361.11 per credit
GMBA- Global Master of Business Administration (36 credits)
Tuition $13,000 .00
Registration Fee $100 .00
Graduation Fee $100 .00
TOTAL $13,200 .00
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