Exploits University Malawi Diploma, Degree, Masters and PhD Programs

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Exploits University is among the best universities in Malawi. The courses offered at the institution include diploma, undergraduate, masters and PhD

Below is a list of courses offered at the institution.

Diploma programs

FIRST YEAR: DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES

SEMESTER ONE

  1. BAD 111 – Introduction to Business
  2. BAD 112 – Business Communication
  3. BAD 113 – Management Principles and Practice
  4. BAD 114 – Introduction to Strategic Management

SEMESTER TWO

  1. BAD 121 – Computer Applications
  2. BAD 122 – Introduction to Environment for Business
  3. BAD 123 – Introduction to Business Law
  4. HRM 121 – Introduction to Organizational Behavior

SECOND YEAR: DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES

SEMESTER ONE

  1. ACC 211 – Accounting 1
  2. BAD 211 – Business Statistics
  3. BAD 212 – Company Law
  4. BAD 213 – Micro Economics

SEMESTER TWO

  1. ACC 221 – Accounting 2
  2. ACC 222 – Cost and Management Accounting
  3. BAD 221 – Macro Economics
  4. BAD 222 – International Business Management

 

Degree Programmes

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Bachelor of Accountancy (BAC)

Bachelor of Arts in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSM)

Bachelor of Arts Human Resource Management (HRM)

Bachelor of Arts in Health Systems Management (HSM)

Masters Programmes

Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Financial Management (MFM)

Master of Arts Human Resource Management (MA-HRM)

Master of Strategic Management (MSM)

PhD in Strategic Management

Program Aim and Objectives

Aim

To equip students with knowledge and skills that will assist in deriving strategic management policy prescriptions for public and private sectors, as well as, for international and nongovernmental organizations.

Objectives

The objectives of the program are –

To develop capacity that will support economic advancement of the region, through the application of appropriate strategic management techniques.

To equip students with a deeper understanding of the theoretical framework underlying strategic management and practices

To equip students with skills in articulating strategic management issues for public and private sectors, as well as, for international and non-governmental organizations.

To strengthen participation in the regional strategic management activities while rationalizing the use of existing resources (human and physical) in the region

Course Structure

The Program has three parts

Part 1: Core Course (Compulsory)

YEAR ONE

SEMESTER ONE

BAD 711- Business Research Methodology

BAD 712- Advanced Business Ethics

BAD 713- Advanced Organizational Behaviour

BAD 713- Strategic Human Resource Management

SEMESTER TWO

ACC 721- Advanced Finance Management

BAD 722- Advanced Managerial Economics

BAD 523- Advanced Marketing Management

BAD 524- Advanced Operations Management

YEAR TWO

SEMESTER ONE

HRM 811- Advanced Change Management

BAD 814- Strategic Management

Part 2: ELECTIVES- CHOOSE TWO FROM THE FOLLOWING:

ACC 813- Advanced Financial Reporting Environment

BAD 814- International Business Law

BAD 815- Public Sector Management

SEMESTER TWO OF YEAR TWO UP TO YEAR THREE

Part 3: BAD 911- Thesis (Compulsory)

 

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