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  • Program tanımları
    The Evening MBA program is designed for managers and professionals who want to pursue their MBA while continuing to work full-time. Whether you are a full-time student or a working professional, the goals of the two programs are the same: to deepen participants’ knowledge and broaden their perspectives via a curriculum that emphasizes fundamental business skills and individual needs and interests.

    Programs starts with a mandatory 3-week Pre-Term, during which participants are introduced to OzU facilities and curriculum, attend social and cultural events, and participate in various activities and outdoor team-building exercises. The pre-term will include review sessions, workshops, case studies, presentations for mathematics, statistics, and general management. Participants will also take part in a variety of challenging group exercises that will help them to grasp that business problems spread across areas and that leadership entails both the ability to define complex problems and the ability to bring diverse skills and people together to solve such problems.

    The curriculum of the program comprises 13 required core courses to provide a strong analytical foundation and 21 of approximately 50 electives to allow participants to construct a program tailored to their individual goals and interests. Program entails a Capstone Project, which provides participants with an opportunity to apply many of the concepts and skills they gain in the program. Various Tracks (concentrations) are also offered to allow participants to prepare for specific careers or industries. Track electives are offered in track-specified sequences.


    COURSES


    CORE COURSES

    Introduction to General Management
    iintroduction of the notion of a general management perspective; fostering the understanding of the general manager’s job; developing analytical skills necessary for identifying key problems and opportunities, and effective problem solving
    Management Communications
    writing and speaking skills necessary for managers to communicate effectively: examination and practice of communication theories, methods, strategies, and skills using a strategic, general management approach; communication strategy and analysis, managerial presentations and writing, and cross-cultural communication; media relations; investor relations; employee relations; and crisis communication
    Managerial Statistics
    ccreation of a strong background in statistical principles; learning how to become an informed, intelligent consumer of statistics; fostering the ability to make better decisions based on statistical data and reports relating to business applications; developing skills to conduct statistical analyses
    Ethics
    eexploration of difficult ethical dilemmas encountered in business, including competing ethical standards, bribery and corruption, pay equity, environmental protection, and human rights; cases, readings, debates, and guest speakers to explore these critical issues
    Managing and Leading Organizations
    eexamination of organizational structure and design, culture and change in organizations needed to survive and prosper in today’s environment, power and politics; understanding how organizations take initiative in innovating and managing change, rather than simply reacting to what has already happened
    Financial Accounting
    introduction to the preparation and interpretation of financial information from a decision maker’s perspective; emphasizing the relation between accounting data and the underlying economic events generating them; analysis of financial statements and cases; tools for analyzing profitability and risk
    Macroeconomics for Global Economy
    development of the analytical capability and perspectives to manage a firm’s interaction with its international environment, international trade and investment; global capital markets; monetary policy and the determination of interest rates and foreign exchange rates; economic growth and development; country risk analysis; pricing in international markets; real and financial hedging of exposure to international risk, and trade and industrial policy
    Operations Management
    iintroduction to problems and analysis related to the design, planning, control, and improvement of manufacturing and service operations; process analysis, quality management, supply-chain design, procurement, and product development
    Managerial Accounting & Control
    use of accounting information by managers for decision making, performance evaluation and control; identifying and resolving accounting issues faced by managers; strategic cost analysis; design of management control systems
    Data, Models, and Decisions
    analyzing risk and making informed management decisions in uncertain environments; probability and decision analysis; statistical methods for interpreting and analyzing data such as sampling, regression analysis; spreadsheet exercises, cases and examples on demand analysis, inventory management, portfolio analysis, insurance, failure analysis, quality control
    Marketing Management
    introduction to marketing strategy and marketing analysis: customer analysis, competitor analysis, and company analysis; optimizing profits in target markets; identifying organizational competencies to analyze industries and identify target markets
    Finance
    aanalysis of financial decisions made within firms and other institutions; valuation of fixed-income securities and stocks; capital budgeting; choosing among competing investment projects; optimal capital structure of the firm; market efficiency; valuation and use of options and other derivative securities
    Corporate Strategy
    ddetermination of the strategic direction of the firm at the corporate, divisional, and business unit levels; examining the relationship between organizational structure and strategy, and the firm’s industry and competitive analysis
    ELECTIVE COURSES
    Elective courses vary each term depending on the availability and preferences of faculty members. Program participants are polled to determine which of the available elective courses will be offered each term. The following is a sample of elective courses offered for the 2009 MBA intake:
    • Cost Accounting
    • Cost Management Systems
    • Strategic Cost & Performance Management
    • Financial Reporting and Analysis
    • Business Valuation
    • Financial Statement Analysis
    • Mergers & Acquisitions
    • Technology Entrepreneurship
    • Product Innovation
    • Information Technologies for Manufacturing Strategies
    • Strategic Brand Management
    • Market Research
    • Strategic Human Resource Management
    • Applied Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Restructurings
    • Supply Chain Design and Management
    • Influencing Consumer Behavior
    • Retailing Strategy
    • Power and Politics
    • Marketing
    • Advertising Planning
    • E-Strategy for Marketing
    • Services Marketing
    • B-B Marketing
    • Pricing
    • Bank Management
    • Investments
    • International Financial Management
    • Options
    • Real Estate Finance & Investment
    • Corporate Governance
    • Industry & Competitive Analysis
    • Managing Risk
    • Information Technology for Managers
    • E-Commerce
    • Family Firms
    • Entrepreneurial Finance & Venture Capital
    • Manufacturing Planning & Control
    • Operations Strategy
    • Quality Management
    • Project Management
    • Growth through Globalization
    • Introduction to European Union Organizations and Law
    • Corporate Social Responsibility as a Competitive Strategy
    • Corporate Governance in the U.S., European Union, and Turkey
    • Strategic Management for Non-Governmental Organizations
    • Consulting Skills and Frameworks
    • Public Affairs Strategy: Lobbying and Advocacy in Dealing with National and Transnational Agencies

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