The following outcomes have been identified by the School of Management and commerce, Faculty Council, as important for students to be able to perform at the conclusion of the MBA program. The MBA curriculum has been mapped to these outcomes, which are regularly assessed to identify levels of student achievement and areas of improvement. Students who are Graduates of the Master of Business Administration degree program will be able to:
PO1: Communicate professionally as a business leader both orally and in writing to bridge diverse perspectives, cultures, and disciplines.
PO2: Analyze ethical implications of business practices using advanced levels of ethical reasoning and legal implications.
PO3: Perform strategic analysis effectively.
PO4: Apply quantitative methods to business problem solving.
PO5: Assess global opportunities and challenges for business growth.
PO6: Collaborate effectively as a business leader.
PO7: Demonstrate knowledge, skills and techniques to execute projects effectively and efficiently.
PO8: Demonstrate knowledge, skills and techniques to manage supply chain operations effectively and efficiently.
PO9: Demonstrate the legal knowledge and skills needed to identify and solve organizational problems in for shipping and logistics using a proper documentation and costing for decision-making.
PO10: Demonstrate awareness of their personal values and the effect of those values on their decision-making within an organization.
PO11: Evaluate whether an organization’s plans and actions align with its values.
PO12: Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to manage personnel to meet changing organizational needs in a business environment. Evaluate the implications of changing environmental factors on organizational choices within a global environment.
PSO1: To comprehend the practice of iterative, methodical exploration of an organization’s data with emphasis on statistical analysis. Business analytics is used by companies committed to data-driven decision making to automate and optimize business processes.
PSO2: To anticipate needs and the analytical perspective provides clearer insights through data visualization and the data gathered is vital for statistical analysis, which in turn is essential for decision making.
PSO3: The strategic perspective focuses on the holistic impact of the initiative. It’s the most “big-picture” approach, usually focusing on competencies, competitive advantage, and overall systems and supported by evidence of best-practice, linkages to strategic objectives and reference to market influences.
PSO4: The Competitive advantage of analytics is multi-disciplinary activity: the value from insight comes not from the activity but from the execution, A business intelligence (BI) and analytics strategy empowers with the right information at the right time.
PSO5: The Advanced analytics tools enable deeper insights and discovery that will challenge business assumptions using data can help companies save thousands of pounds, improve their procurement efficiency, develop their marketing strategies, support business growth and, critically, differentiate themselves from competitors.