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12th May 2016, 04:17 PM
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MBA Egypt AUC

I want to do MBA program in American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt so can you tell me the requirements and the courses of the program?
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12th May 2016, 05:11 PM
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Re: MBA Egypt AUC

The American University in Cairo (AUC) is an independent, English language, liberal arts university located in Cairo, Egypt. The university was established in 1919.

MBA program-

MBA program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.

Requirements-

Admission to the MBA program is competitive and limited.

All applicants must obtain an acceptable score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT).

In addition, applicants should have three or more years of relevant professional experience.

To obtain the MBA degree, a minimum of 39 semester credit hours and a maximum of 48 credit hours are required.

Courses-

MBA Foundation Courses-

These courses are usually chosen from the following list:


ACCT 501 - Financial Reporting and Analysis (3 credits)
FINC 527 - Managerial Economics (3 credits)
FINC 540 - Financial Management (3 credits)
MGMT 501 - Business Communication (3 credits)
MGMT 502 - Managing in a Dynamic Enviroment (3 credits)
MKTG 520 - Marketing Management (3 credits)
MOIS 508 - Information Systems in Organizations: Management in an Information Age (3 credits)
OPMG 507 - Introduction to Business Statistics (3 credits)
OPMG 520 - Operations Management for Competitive Advantage (3 credits)

MBA Electives and Concentration (18 - 27 credit hours)

Advanced course work for the MBA constitutes a diversified program aiming at providing the student with:

a. General background in the concepts, processes and institutions of finance, marketing, personnel and operations management

b. Decision-making tools and techniques such as accounting, quantitative methods and management information systems

c. Organizational theory, economic analysis, and business policy and strategy

Students must take a minimum of nine to 12 credit hours that cover at least three of the following business areas:

* Finance
* International Business
* Leadership and Human Resource Management
* Management of Information Systems
* Marketing
* Operations Management
* Construction Industry

Students may concentrate in one of these areas (except accounting) by taking at least three courses in that area (nine credit hours).

Accounting

ACCT 502 - Managerial Accounting for Decision Making (3 credits)
ACCT 570 - Selected Topics in Accounting (3 credits)
ACCT 575 - Independent Study in Accounting (1-3 credits)

Finance

FINC 541 - Investments (3 credits)
FINC 542 - International Financial Markets (3 credits)
FINC 543 - Financial Institutions and Markets (3 credits)
FINC 544 - Corporate Financial Policy (3 credits)
FINC 545 - Private Equity and Venture Capital (3 credits)
FINC 546 - Financial Analysis, Planning and Valuation (3 credits)
FINC 570 - Selected Topics in Financial Management (3 credits)
FINC 575 - Independent Study in Financial Management (1-3 credits)

International Business

FINC 542 - International Financial Markets (3 credits)
MGMT 506 - Management of International Business Organizations (3 credits)
MGMT 507 - Global Business Strategy (3 credits)
MGMT 575 - Independent Study in Management (1-3 credits)
MKTG 524 - Global Marketing (3 credits)

Leadership and Human Resource Management
MGMT 503 - Leading Change in Organizations (3 credits)
MGMT 504/5302 - Human Capital Strategy (3 credits)
MGMT 509 - Leadership (3 credits)
MGMT 510 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3 credits)
MGMT 511 - Strategic Management of Innovation (3 credits)
MGMT 570 - Selected Topics in Management (3 credits)
MGMT 575 - Independent Study in Management (1-3 credits)

Management of Information Systems
MOIS 517 - Technology and Innovation Management (3 credits)
MOIS 549 - Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation (3 credits)
MOIS 550 - Information Technology (3 credits)
MOIS 551 - Electronic Business; Doing Business in the Digital Economy (3 credits)
MOIS 555 - Information Strategy (3 credits)
MOIS 570 - Advanced Topics (Next Generation Technologies) (3 credits)
MOIS 575 - Independent Research in Management of Information Systems/Technology (1-3 credits)

Marketing
MKTG 521 - Marketing Research Methods (3 credits)
MKTG 522 - Marketing Channels Strategies (3 credits)
MKTG 523 - Sales Force Management (3 credits)
MKTG 524 - Global Marketing (3 credits)
MKTG 526 - Integrated Marketing Communication (3 credits)
MKTG 530 - Strategic Marketing (3 credits)
MKTG 570 - Contemporary Topics in Marketing (3 credits)
MKTG 575 - Independent Study in Contemporary Topics in Marketing (1-3 credits)

Operations Management
OPMG 521 - Managing and Coordinating Supply Chains (3 credits)
OPMG 528 - Managing Dynamic Projects (3 credits)
OPMG 530 - Data Analysis (3 credits)
OPMG 531 - Stochastic Models in Managerial Decision Making (3 credits)
OPMG 532 - Operations Strategy (3 credits)
OPMG 533 - Business Dynamics (3 credits)
OPMG 570 - Selected Topics in Operations Management (3 credits)
OPMG 575 - Independent Study in Operations Management (1-3 credits)

Construction Industry

For non-engineering applicants to this new concentration, a minimum of two years of experience in the construction industry is preferred.

Students needing remediation may be required to enroll in some non-credit courses.

Students may concentrate in construction industry by taking at least four courses in that area (12 credit hours)

CENG 532/5263 - Planning, Scheduling and Control (3 cr.)
(Mandatory for students who do not have a degree in construction engineering from AUC. Not open to AUC students with a degree in construction engineering)
CENG 530 **- Contracts in Construction Industry (3 credits)
(Mandatory for students who do not have a degree in construction engineering from AUC)
CENG 531 - Construction Management (3 credits)
CENG 532 **- Planning, Scheduling and Control (3 credits)
CENG 533/5264* - Management for Multi-National Environments (3 cr.)
CENG 534 * - Risk Management and Bidding Strategies (3 credits)
CENG 535 - Claims and Disputes in the Construction Industry (3 credits)
CENG 536 - Systems Analysis for Construction (3 credits)
CENG 537 - Resource Management for Construction Projects (3 credits)
CENG 538 - Procurement of Assets & Services for Construction Projects (3 credits)
CENG 567 - Construction Leadership and Management Skills (3 credits)

* Not open for AUC students with a degree in construction engineering concentrating in construction management.
**Not open for AUC students with a degree in construction engineering

MBA Capstone Course (3 credit hours)
The following capstone course is required for all MBA students:

MGMT 508 - Strategic Management (3 credits)

Contact address

The American University in Cairo
74 التسعين الجنوبي
NEW CAIRO
Cairo Governorate 11835
Egypt


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