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Master in Business Administration 工商管理碩士學位課程   (Distance Learning Mode)

The MBA Program takes 15 months to complete the program which is the most time-saving and cost-saving of its kind in Hong Kong. Students can opt for either in –class or take home examination.

 

MBA major in Management

The MBA major in Management program consists of 14 courses.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
FINA500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT500 Statistics for Managers
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
BMGT510 Legal Environment for Business
ECON510 Managerial Economics
BMGT511 International Management
BMGT512 Quantitative Methods for Business
IMSC500 Information Systems Technology
BMGT520 Human Resource Management
BMGT522 Strategic Management
PROJ520 Project Management Foundations
MKTG511 Advanced Marketing Management

MBA major in Health Care Management

The MBA major in Health Care Administration program consists of 14 courses and is most suitable for Medical and Health Care personnels.

ACTG 500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT 500 Principles of Management
COMM 500 Management Communication
FINA 500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT 500 Statistics for Managers
BMGT 522 Strategic Management
HECA 500 Health Care System
HECA 511 Managing Health Care Organizations
HECA 520 Human Resource Management in Health Care
HECA 535 Health Care Law and Ethics
HECA 514 Marketing Management in Health Care
HECA 522 Quality Improvement in Health Care Management
HECA 523 Long Term Care Administration
HECA 539 Health Promotion

MBA major in Project Management

The MBA major in Project Management program consists of 14 courses.

Students completed the program will also obtain the certified Six Sigma Green Belt and Certified Six Sigma Black Belt conferred by the International Six Sigma Council.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
FINA 500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT 500 Statistics for Managers
BMGT511 International Management
ECON510 Managerial Economics
BMGT510 or BMGT520 Legal Environment for Business or Human Resource Management
PROJ520 Project Management Foundations
PROJ521 Project Planning
PROJ522 Cost/Pricing Scheduling & Control
PROJ523 Risk Management
PROJ524 Fiscal, Procurement and Contracting Control
PROJ525 Project Management Capstone

MBA major in Finance

The MBA major in Finance program consists of 14 courses.

The Program provides the students with a well-rounded education that emphasizes the concepts of financial management, investment problems and decision strategies focusing in information technology.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
FINA500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT500 Statistics for Managers
ECON510 Managerial Economics
BMGT510 Legal Environment for Business
FINA510 Financial Markets and Institutions
BMGT512 Quantitative Methods for Business
IMSC500 Information Systems Technology
FINA520 Corporate Financial Management
FINA521 International Financial Management
FINA524 Financial Derivative Instruments
BMGT525 Investment

MBA major in Casino Management

The MBA major in Casino Management program consists of 14 courses.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
FINA500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT500 Statistics for Managers
BMGT505 Casino Management
BMGT512 Quantitative Methods for Business
CASI501 Introduction to the Gaming Industry
CASI510 Gaming and Hospitality Laws
IMSC500 Information Systems Technology
Choose 4 courses from below subjects
BMGT540 Principles of Hospotality and Casinos Staffing
BMGT531 Business Intelligence
CASI541 Gaming and Social Policy
CASI560 Supervision of Basino Games
CASI570 Current Trends in Resorts and Casinos
CASI577 Survey of Gaming Regulations
IMSC515 Technology and Controls in Gaming
MKTG529 Hospitality and Casino Marketing

MBA major in Accounting

The MBA major in Accounting program consists of 14 courses.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
FINA500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT500 Statistics for Managers
ACTG510 Managerial Accounting
ACTG511 Financial Statement Analysis for Managers
BMGT510 Legal Environment for Business
ECON510 Managerial Economics
IMSC500 Information Systems Technology
Choose 4 courses from below subjects
ACTG520 Computerized Accounting Information Systems
ACTG521 Survey of Accounting Systems
ACTG522 U.S Federal Income Taxation
ACTG523 Auditing Theory
ACTG524 Cost Accounting
ACTG525 International Accounting
ACTG598 Directed Research
ACTG599 Accounting Project
BMGT531 Business Intelligence
FINA520 Corporate Financial Management
MKTG510 Electronic Commerce

MBA major in Hospitality Management

The MBA major in Hospitality Management program consists of 14 courses.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
FINA500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT500 Statistics for Managers
BMGT508 Hospitality Management
BMGT512 Quantitative Methods for Business
HOSP501 Introduction to Hospitality
CASI510 Gaming and Hospitality Laws
IMSC500 Information Systems Technology
Choose 4 courses from below subjects
BMGT509 Food Service Management
BMGT531 Business Intelligence
BMGT540 Principles of Hospitality and Casinos Staffing
CASI570 Current Trends in Resorts and Casinos
HOSP521 International Hospitality
HOSP537 Purchasing for Hospitality
HOSP542 Customer Service for Hospitality
MKTG529 Hospitality and Casino Marketing

MBA major in Marketing

The MBA major in Marketing program consists of 14 courses.

ACTG500 Financial Accounting Analysis
BMGT500 Principles of Management
COMM500 Management Communication
FINA500 Money, Banking and Financial Markets
STAT500 Statistics for Managers
ACTG511 Financial Statement Analysis for Managers
BMGT510 Legal Environment for Business
ECON510 Managerial Economics
MKTG511 Advanced Marketing Management
IMSC500 Information Technology Management
Choose 4 courses from below subjects
BMGT531 Business Intelligence
MKTG510 Electronic Commerce
MKTG520 Consumer Behavior
MKTG521 Marketing Research
MKTG522 Business Ethics and Society
MKTG523 Advertising and Sales Promotion
MKTG524 Internet Marketing
MKTG525 Marketing High Technology
MKTG598 Directed Research
MKTG599 Marketing Project
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 工商管理學士學位課程   (Distance Learning Mode)
 

Bachelor Business Administration [B.B.A.] - in Management

The Bachelor of Science degree at UNVA is intended to prepare graduates for responsible managerial roles within a variety of organizational settings. Many students will apply the knowledge and skills they acquire in their curriculum which is designed to afford breadth and depth in the complexities of governmental, industrial, educational, commercial, health services, and voluntary organizations.

General Studies Courses : 60 credit hours
ENGL 111 College English I
ENGL 112 College English II
ENGL 113 Speech
MATH103 College Algebra
MATH231 Calculus I
MATH300 Introductory Statistics I
HIST111 History of World Civilization I
HIST112 History of World Civilization II
GOVT120 Introduction to Political
GOVT130 Introduction to American Government
PSCH246 Psychology of Management
SOCI300 Introductory Sociology
ACTG201 Fundamentals of Accounting I
ACTG202 Fundamentals of Accounting II
MKTG201 Principles of Marketing
ECON201 Principles of Contemporary Microeconomics
ECON202 Principles of Contemporary Macroeconomics
BMGT215 Introduction to Business Law
IMSC101 Introduction to Business Information Systems


<>> download B.B.A. Course Prospectus <<>


 
Concertations: 30 credit hours (Compulsory)
BMGT201 Principles of Management
BMGT300 Strategic Planning
BMGT301 Introduction to International Business
BMGT312 Human Resource Management
BMGT313 Teams, Groups and Leadership
BMGT401 Organization Theory and Development
BMGT412 Business Ethics
BMGT450 Special Topics in International Management
BMGT472 Operations Management
FINA201 Business Finance


Electives:30 credit hours (Choose ten courses)
ACTG411 Cost Accounting
ACTG413 Managerial Accounting
ECON362 Managerial Economics
FINA411 Investment
FINA416 Financial Planning and Control
FINA424 Commercial Banking Management
IMSC215 Management Information Systems
MKTG440 International Marketing
MKTG450 Consumer Behavior
MKTG451 Promotion Management
MKTG453 Product Planning and Management
MKTG454 Channel Management
MKTG455 Marketing Research
MKTG457 Marketing Strategy
D.B.A (Doctor of Business Administration) 工商管理博士學位課程   (Distance Learning Mode)
 

D.B.A (Doctor of Business Administration)

The University of Northern Virginia's Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program provides a practical yet academically rigorous learning experience for a diverse population of traditional and non-traditional students. This doctoral program may be pursued on either a part-time or full-time basis and completed within 28 months to 48 months.

Doctoral Orientation: 1 Credit Hour
ORTN600 Doctoral Orientation


Research Methodology: 9 Credit Hours
RESE302 Research Methods and Design
RESE604 Quantitative Research & Analysis
RESE606 Explorations in Business Research


Doctoral Project: Min. 12 Credit Hours
PROJ700 Doctoral Projects


<>> download D.B.A. Course Prospectus <<>
Core Courses: 39 credit hours
BMGT608 Human Resources Development
BMGT610 Strategic Decision Making
BMGT612 Business Policy and Practice
BMGT614 Business, Government and Society
BMGT616 Seminar in Labor Relations
BMGT618 Seminar in Human Resources Management
BMGT620 Seminar on Organizational Development
BMGT622 Seminar in Strategic Management
BMGT624 Current Topics: the Professional Seminar
BMGT658 Theories of Globalization
BMGT626 Seminar in Economic and Finance
IMSC628 Technology Systems in Business
MKTG630 Global Marketing Strategy
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