Master of Business Administration


MCBS hosts an American MBA from Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. The course offers students a unique combination of an American MBA education, an international learning experience, and global networking opportunities.

The program equips individuals with the knowledge, skills, and strategic mindset necessary to succeed in diverse business environments and take on leadership roles. It also fosters an entrepreneurial mindset and encourages innovation.

The MBA curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including core business disciplines such as finance, marketing, operations management, human resources, strategy, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior. It combines theoretical concepts with practical applications, case studies, group projects, and experiential learning opportunities to develop well-rounded professionals with a holistic understanding of business.

Students learn how to analyze business environments, formulate strategies, assess risks, and make informed decisions to achieve competitive advantage and sustainable growth. Students explore international business practices, cross-cultural management, global supply chain management, and emerging market trends to prepare for global business opportunities and challenges.

Admission Criteria
  • A recognized general education diploma or its equivalent
  • Students joining MCBS must go through an English placement test to determine the appropriate English level
  • Students presenting a valid score of 5-5.5 in IELTS or 65-79 in internet based TOEFL (iBT) are exempted from the English program
  • Students will need to go through Mathematics and IT placements tests to determine their levels of proficiency in these subjects as they are part of the GFP or possible exemption
  • Mathematics placements tests will determine whether Basic Mathematics (MATH 10) and Pure Mathematics (MATH 21) can be exempted, or students will be given both or one of them
  • IT placement test will determine whether students will require to take the Information Technology foundation course (COSC 10)
Program Structure

General MBA


MBA 707: MBA Foundations

MBA 711: Business Environment

MBA 723: Managerial Economics

MBA 713: Human Resource Management

MBA 727: International Business Management

MBA 721: Marketing Management

MBA 733: Financial & Managerial Accounting

MBA 731: Operations & Project Management

MBA 737: Corporate Finance

MBA 741: Strategic Management

MBA – HR Management track


HRM 770: Managing Human Resource from a Strategic Perspective

HRM 771: Managing Talent to Maintain Performance Standards

HRM 772: Assessing & Meeting Future Leaders

MBA – Finance Track


FINA770 Financial Markets and Institutions

FINA771 Advanced Corporate Finance

FINA773 Global Finances

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the MBA program have diverse career opportunities in various industries and sectors. They are prepared for leadership roles and positions requiring strategic decision-making and a strong understanding of business dynamics. Possible career paths include:

  1. Business Manager/Executive
  2. Marketing Manager/Strategist
  3. Financial Analyst/Manager
  4. Operations Manager/Consultant
  5. Entrepreneur/Startup Founder
  6. Management Consultant
  7. Business Development Manager
  8. Strategic Planner
  9. Human Resources Manager
  10. Project Manager
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Required English Prerequisites

Department Contact

Contact Program Chair Dr. Rene Paquibut for more information.