The AUIS Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is designed for professionals and recent graduates looking to strengthen their business skill sets and improve their careers.
 
AUIS offers flexible evening classes so that students with demanding professional careers can still learn the advanced business management and leadership skills they need to earn an Executive Masters in Business Administration.
 
Our MBA program allows students to customize their own experience. The program offers rigor and flexibility, with a foundation of broad management skills in the core and an array of electives and specializations to help develop one or more areas of expertise. AUIS students build a strong foundation in every key business discipline as well as deeper expertise in areas critical to their success. In addition to the general MBA, students can now pursue an MBA with specializations in LeadershipProject ManagementFinanceHR and Marketing
 
The AUIS MBA has also been through a recent restructuring to to meet the needs of working professionals seeking to expand their knowledge in their businesses and professional field. Read more about the program restructuring.

This capstone-like course builds on previous coursework and provides participants with an  opportunity to integrate various functional areas into the development of a strategy. Participants  will study the underlying foundations of corporate strategy, opportunity assessment, strategy  implementation, and strategy control. Participants successfully completing this course will be  better prepared for their professional career in general and for a business career in particular.  Hopefully, this course will also further stimulate your interest in business affairs and developments  all around the world. In addition to the learning outcomes listed below, upon successful completion  of this course, you will have demonstrated your ability and willingness to: manage your time;  engage in constructive criticism and discussion; exhibit oral and written communication skills; use  different research resources; and exhibit a number of skills and characteristics desired by  employers worldwide – these skills and characteristics include motivation, dedication, discipline,  creativity, integrity, diversity awareness, global thinking, analytical thinking, and a positive work  attitude.

Skill Level: Beginner

HRM 640: Strategic Human Resource Management

Strategic thinking and planning in human resources management is essential for long-term success.  Strategic human resources management involves attracting, developing, rewarding, and retaining quality employees for the mutual benefit of employee and employer. This course teaches how to develop a strategic approach to human resource management in consideration of the mission, vision, and strategic goals of the enterprise. It covers various theories and models for integrating the functions of human resources management into the overall business strategy to achieve long-term business goals. 

This course will be offered online Mar/Apr 2022 as part of the MBA's General Management Concentration.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Level: Beginner

This course considers the domestic and global economic environment of business and its impact on management planning and decision making. It aims to teach various concepts and analytical tools of economics as well as economic logic in order to help students to understand the economic issues and events occurring around them. This subject has two broad areas: Microeconomics focuses on how individual decision-makers behave and interact in markets. Macroeconomics sees the economy as composed of several broad groups of decision-makers-- particularly households, firms, and governments--and studies how the interaction of these groups affects the aggregate performance of the economy. The class combines these two complementary approaches. Economics topics covered include but are not limited to: how economics and the world of business are related, the supply and demand model and how markets work, costs of production, revenue and profit, the macroeconomic environment of businesses, GDP and economic growth, how government policies affect markets and economic performance, why inflation, recession and unemployment occur and their effects, comparative advantage and trade, globalization and multinational business, international trade and trading blocs, and the balance of payments.

Skill Level: Beginner