Master of Business Administration Degrees Online
The MBAs from the University of Bedfordshire are fully accredited, globally-recognised and approved by ACTT. These qualifications position students to take advantage of opportunities in entrepreneurship, leadership and management. You will work with academics and practitioners on live consultancy projects from organisations across sectors, and develop skills in team-working, negotiation, leadership and critical thinking. You will learn how to use these skills to solve complex and unclear problems for the global, knowledge-based economy. Successful completion of this MBA highlights your potential to have a real impact on the transformation of your organisation, and to systematically and innovatively enhance strategic business and management practice.
The MBA at a glance
- Each MBA comprises 6 units and can be completed over a period of 12 months. Each unit runs for 6 weeks and students are required to complete two assignments, one in the 3rd week and the other in the 6th week. There is a 2-week break between units.
- The 4 core units combine general management education with the respective specialist areas. The last two units include live projects using international and/or local companies. This hands-on component offers students an invaluable opportunity to benefit from collaboration with their international counterparts under the guidance and combined expertise of instructors.
|Units||General Business Mgt||Oil and Gas Management||Human Resource Management||Marketing Management||Logistics Supply chain Management||Hospital & Health Servics Management|
|Leading & Managing Organisation Resourcess||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Stategy & the Global Competitive Environment||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship||X||X||X|
|Logistics & Supply Chain Management||X|
|International and Comparative HRM||X|
|Digital Marketing and Communication||X|
|Managing Modern Healthcare Organizations||X|
|Petroleum Management and Governance||X|
|Theory Into Practice Project||X||X||X||X||X||X|