MBA programme offer a valued opportunity for students and professionals to learn and enrich their knowledge in the fields of business and management in order to improve their prospects in today’s dynamic and competitive world.
This international MBA programme, suit students and professionals who either already possess general knowledge in business or intend to start and pursue their career in business and management.
This is structured MBA program. Whereby students enrolling with OUT for MBA will complete six months of study at OUT satisfying all credit requirements and later go Poland for four months. Upon satisfying the credit requirements of both OUT and Wyższa Szkoła Komunikacji i Zarządzania (WSKiZ) in Poznań, Poland for the Masters degree, mutual credit transfer is performed and the student gets MBA degree from WSKiZ.
|KEY PROGRAMME INFORMATION|
|Language of programme||English|
|Programme length||1 year full time:The schedule is tailored to enable students to continue with their professional commitments throughout the year alongside their studies.|
|Programme calendar||• March to June courses, exams are held at the end of July. Dissertation should be completed by end of May. (6 months) should be completed in Tanzania and (4 months) in Poland• March to June courses, exams are held at the end of June. Dissertations should be completed by end of September. Internship (6 months) should be completed by end of Mar|
KEY PROGRAMME INFORMATION
|1st Semester||Course Name||Semester||Grade|
|MGT511||Individual & Teamwork|
|CIT514||Information & Decision Support|
|ACC512||Managerial Accounting (ACC510)|
|MGT522||Management of Human Resources|
|MAT513||Statistical Methods for Managers|
|MKT611||Business Research Analysis (MAT513 & MKT523)|
|FIN612||Managerial Finance (ACC512)|
|MGT531||Leadership & Influence (MGT511)|
|MGT623||Legal & Ethical Issues in Management|
|MGT613||Operations Management (MAT513)|
|MGT621||Organizational Analysis and Design|
|MGT690 OR MGT670||Special TopicsORInternship (permission of the Dean)|
|MGT622||Strategic Management (ACC512 & FIN612)|
|MGT614||Global & Transnational Management|
|MGT624||Industry & Comp Analysis (MGT622)|
Language of programme:
1 year full time: The schedule is tailored to enable students to continue with their professional commitments throughout the year alongside their studies.
- March to June courses, exams are held at the end of July. Dissertation should be completed by end of May.
(6 months) should be completed in Tanzania and (4 months) in Poland
- March to June courses, exams are held at the end of June. Dissertations should be completed by end of September.
- Internship (6 months) should be completed by end of Mar
- Successful Completion of all courses with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00
- Transfer credits cannot exceed 10 semester credits.
- No more than two ‘C’s may be received. Receipt of a third ‘C’ will result in dismissal from the graduate program.
- Receipt of an ‘F’ in any course will result in dismissal from the program.
- All coursework must be completed within six years from the semester in which the student first enrolls in graduate level courses.
Teaching MBA Courses
Our MBA courses are hands on, experientially oriented approach to learning. The emphasis is on students participating in a number of varied activities before, during and after the seated part of the class. Individual and group case studies, exercises, games, discussions, simulations and other activities are examples of the types of activities. All grades are determined by the student’s ability to demonstrate her/his command of the class material based through these activities; tests are not administered in any of the classes.
This approach is based on a constructionist theory to learning where students generate knowledge and meaning from their experiences. Knowledge is internalized by learners. When learners assimilate information they incorporate the new experience into the theory being studied in the class.
Adult learners are motivated to learn when they have a need to do so. The curriculum and the delivery system must be of practical value and fit their professional goals. Learning outcomes for the MBA in terms of skill development include: problem-solving, critical thinking, presentation and public speaking and research. Learning outcomes that apply to organizational development include: decision making techniques, small group interactions, systems management skills, statistical methodologies for information evaluation and management of human resources
- Our online application with essay
- Official Undergraduate Transcripts. Please note: The baccalaureate degree must be from an accredited higher education institution.
- A personal statement with clear goals for pursuing graduate studies.
Also, we will need to have training with you for the CPCC (Common Professional Component Courses) evaluation of the undergraduate course work. With our accreditation we have to ensure that the applicants have successful completion of undergraduate courses in at least eight of the subject following areas:
- Business Finance,
- Legal Environment,
- Business Ethics,
- Global Dimension,
- Information Systems,
- Business Policy.
Applications who do not meet this requirement may be admitted on the condition that they fulfill the undergraduate prerequisite before participating in the graduate program.