Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

This 18-month online MBA program provides an international orientation with a focus on intercultural and general management competencies - the perfect starting point for a successful career as a leader. The program prepares you for demanding responsibilities in middle to upper management, in many industries. This program offers business and non-business graduates, such as engineers, natural sciences, and humanities graduates, the opportunity to extend their managerial skills and focuses on updating and increasing their general managerial knowledge.

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The Changing Business Landscape

The pace of change we are witnessing today is unlike anything we have seen in recent history.


CEOs believe Developing the next generation of leaders is the top challenge.

$ 18.59 B

progressing at a Compound annual growth rate of 9.50% from 2022 to 2027.


expected demand for MBA Professionals to increase compared to the previous year.

$ 115,000

is the median salary of MBA professionals, 75% more than those with a bachelor’s degree ($66,000).
94% Students who say they've achieved their goals post graduation.
66% of students got a bigger role and 80% say Birchwood helped them get it.
Median salary increases +23% within 6 months of graduation.

Why choose an MBA from Birchwood University?

A Master of Business Administration degree qualifies you for a wide range of professional opportunities in international and multinational corporations. Graduates can work in leading companies, the public sector, international banks, and companies with subsidiaries abroad. Most employers offer attractive salary packages. Tasks assigned to professionals include managing projects related to international business. The business sector offers a very wide range of career opportunities for management graduates with different specializations.
Consultancy is another remunerative career for international business professionals. International business consultants are responsible for various aspects of business development and market intelligence for international companies. Graduates of our MBA program can serve as Country Managers on behalf of overseas companies. A country manager's job is to direct operations in a particular region or country, develop the business, and increase the profitability of the company.

Admission Requirements

General Admission Requirements
Submission of a copy of valid government-issued picture identification.
Submission of a copy of an updated Resume.
Any document not in English must be accompanied by a certified translated copy.
Additional Admission Requirements For MBA
Submit a 500-word essay (Minimum) summarising the applicant’s interest in the program and their professional goals.
Provide Official undergraduate degree transcript in business, marketing, management, operations management, statistics, or a related field with a GPA of 2.5 or higher
Provide two (2) Professional Recommendation Letters.
A professional readiness interview will be conducted with the Director of Education if the GPA is below 2.5.

Admission Decisions & Process

We evaluate candidates based on their educational background, professional performance, consideration, and openness to applications. Ultimately, we are looking for ambitious young professionals with potential for leadership in our business.

Online Application
Online Assessment
Personal Interview
Entry Documents Verification
Final Committee Decision

Admission Application and Graduation Requirements

Application For Admission
All persons interested in applying for admission to the university should complete an application which must be accompanied by a non-refundable required application fee of $150.00 (check, money order, or credit card) to process the application. The check/money order should be made payable to Birchwood University. Applicants must submit all required application documents to be considered for admission. Once a decision is made, an email will be sent to the candidate with further instructions. Candidates will be contacted by their admissions agent regularly to ensure the completed documents are received by the office.
Graduation Requirements
To graduate from Birchwood University, and to receive a degree, the student must:
Complete all credits as stated in the catalog.
Need to earn a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Meet satisfactory academic progress.
Fulfill all monetary obligations.

MBA Course - Key Highlights

Earn a globally recognized online master’s degree equally credible as offline.

100% Online Programs

No campus visit required

24*7 Access

to World class advanced learning management system

World Class Curriculum

developed by experts from Leading MNCs

The Cohort Experience

build your professional network and establish connections across industries.

Program Description

The MBA program promotes executive-level learning to synthesize the depth and complexity of effective business management within a technology-driven world. It exposes the students to advanced theoretical concepts from a wide array of business models that increase the students' analytical, and decision-making efficiency and heightens the focus on solving practical problems.
Upon completion of the MBA program, students will:
  • Exhibit the professional skills necessary to communicate effectively, thoughtfully, and compassionately within the business management field.
  • Develop competencies to integrate the knowledge of business, and technology, to arrive at innovative solutions to inherent organizational problems.
  • Develop competencies to work in multicultural organizations exposed to a globalized workplace.
  • Engage in ethical collaborative decision-making while using a shared vision.
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop, analyze and communicate empirical scholarly work.
  • Develop competencies of an effective leader and resource to the field.

Program Breakdown

MBA500 | Principles of Economics and Finance | 3 Credit Hours

This foundational course helps students understand the practicalities and relevance of economics and finance through a variety of diagrams and insights. Economics topics include classical and contemporary economic thinking. supply and demand; elasticity; competition and monopoly. inflation and unemployment. Financial topics include: Federal Reserve System. FOMC and money markets. interest fee. financial structure. and investment decisions.

MBA510 | Principles of Accounting | 3 Credit Hours

In this basic course, you will learn basic accounting procedures and how to use accounting information. Topics include developing and understanding the basic concepts underlying financial accounting information. Understand the basics of recording accounting information using accounting equations and familiarize him with the four basic statements: the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement etc.

MBA520 | Managerial Statistics | 3 Credit Hours

This foundational course prepares students for courses that require the use of mathematics and statistics. This material contains an examination of his four functions: a) the linear function, b) the power function, c) the exponential function, and d) the logarithmic function. Also included is an introduction to calculus and basic descriptive and experimental statistics.

MBA530 | Intra and Entrepreneurship | 3 Credit Hours
In this course, students will focus on intra and entrepreneurship and how to apply the entrepreneurial skills in a corporate environment. The emphasis is on helping students identify their own leadership skills and apply them to their internal and entrepreneurial endeavors. This course provides students with the knowledge and tools they need to start their business, maximizing their chances of success. Students will learn step-by-step how to turn an idea into a profitable end product as an entrepreneur starting a new company or as an in-house entrepreneur with direct responsibility in a large company.
MBA540 | Information Data Management | 3 Credit Hours

A theoretical, managerial and practical approach to studying computers and information technology for problem solving and decision making. Topics include: Business Intelligence. Web 2.0, Web 3.0 and beyond. mobile and e-commerce. Search Engine and Social Media Analytics. Information system. System components and properties & types of information useful for end users. Strategic use of computers and computer networks within an organization for analysis of systems, information flows, transaction processing, and database management applications. 
Main trend concepts, Applications and Technical Alternatives in Telecommunications. Students work with standard application software packages including Microsoft Office, spreadsheet applications, database management, graphics, etc. as well as software specific to their subject area.

MBA550 | Managerial Marketing | 3 Credit Hours

This marketing course focuses on applying tools and techniques for offering goods and services in the global economy as well as the non-profit environment. Topics include Consumer Behavior, Market research, Product planning and development, Pricing. Ad strategy, budgeting, Private sale, Media cross-marketing, Advertising regulation, strategic planning for international markets. special events and promotions. publicity and public relations.

MBA560 | Business Law & Ethics | 3 Credit Hours

Our trading system is the foundation of our structure as a nation. Every day, we participate in simple and overt commerce like buying a cup of coffee, subtle and passive commerce like watching a TV commercial, or interactive commerce like ordering a half-finished product online or encounter commercial transactions. distant world. An integral part of this trading system are the regulations and laws that govern how companies operate.
Knowing how the legal system interacts with the economy is key to business success. Equally important to students/business owners is the ethical conduct of trading within the jurisdiction. Building on an introduction to the basics of the legal system, this course provides students with basic concepts of the legal system, legal procedures and proceedings, methods of entering into and terminating business relationships, and an introduction to law. It governs our business dealings. Each section examines ethical and legal aspects as students learn how to not only avoid legal issues but also run a successful business.

MBA570 | Organizational Change Management | 3 Credit Hours

This course focuses on the study of corporate culture, organizational structure and human behavior within an organization. Students learn techniques for designing and developing a productive, effective, and socially engaging workplace. Topics include work motivation. learning theory. Conflict Resolution; Guides; Leadership Styles. work design.
Performance Rating and Feedback. group dynamics. And organizational strength and political issues. Effective approaches and strategies for addressing organizational problems and opportunities are presented using a wide range of case studies from current management.

MBA580 | Managerial Accounting | 3 Credit Hours

This course will teach you the basic accounting concepts and tools necessary to enable managers to effectively and purposefully manage their company’s financial resources. The course begins with basic concepts such as cash flow analysis, balance sheet interpretation, and ratio analysis, building your knowledge base and progressing to more advanced topics such as capital budgeting, risk and return, and various investment decision-making techniques. Using case analysis, the course concludes with a discussion of how companies raise money in the short and long term and how the capital markets can help in such a funding process.

MBA590 | Managerial Economics | 3 Credit Hours

Management economics is the application of economic theory and methodology to managerial decision-making for the development, operation and planning of business and non-profit organizations. To become an effective manager, learn how economic variables such as production, interest rates, unemployment, pricing, production efficiency, and exchange rates affect your company or organization in order to find the optimal solution for growth and profitability. You must understand what to give. Topics explored in this course include: choice and alternative evaluation, profit measurement, economic optimization, supply and demand estimation, profitability forecasting, productive and competitive markets, competition, and long-term including but not limited to investment decisions. 

MBA600 | Managerial Finance | 3 Credit Hours

This course teaches basic financial concepts and tools that managers need to effectively and purposefully manage their company’s financial resources. This course begins with basic concepts such as cash flow analysis, balance sheet interpretation, and ratio analysis, and builds your knowledge base to more advanced topics such as capital budgeting, risk and return, and various investment decision-making techniques. This course covers basic financial instruments, stocks and bonds, along with how they are valued. Course concludes with a discussion of how companies raise money in the short and long term, and how capital markets can assist in such funding processes using case analysis. This course requires students to use these tools in planning and developing constructive action projects.

MBA610 | Project Team Management | 3 Credit Hours

This is an advanced course on leadership in project management and strategic change. The focus of the course is on the use of project management software and sound management principles in the areas of cost management, resource and workforce planning, project finance and scheduling.

MBA620 | People, Conflict, Negotiation & Resolution | 3 Credit Hours

This course provides students with the ability to develop a variety of negotiation skills that can be used in various business situations. Business owners, officers, directors, managers, supervisors, vendors and others who manage staff or interact with employees, customers, suppliers, retailers, wholesalers and other third parties must Typically, this puts you in a position where you need to address issues such as: work situation. This course looks at negotiation theory, the strengths and weaknesses of different negotiation styles and his strategy. Next, coursework will examine how an experienced businessman can utilize his techniques for conflict prevention and, failing that, alternative dispute resolution options and traditional court litigation. Weighs various legal options for It reviews arbitration, mediation, additional methods of alternative dispute resolution, the strengths and weaknesses of litigation, and litigation and appeals processes involving individuals, multiple parties, coalitions, or teams. Students acquire skill in pre-negotiation preparation and techniques. How to develop a personal negotiating style.
How to Conduct Intercultural Negotiations and how to build trust and build positive professional relationships.

MBA630 | Advanced Project Management | 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of
project management and how to integrate financial reports, metrics and data into the management of projects. In this course, the student utilizes the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) to further develop her practical knowledge of the discipline. It also helps prepare for Certified Associate Project Management (CAPM). This course builds on the knowledge students have already acquired in the field of project management. This course examines the latest theoretical, practical, and strategic developments in his management of contemporary projects. Among other things, it covers management styles, management strategies, systems engineering, and various functional areas of project management that are not typically covered in the basic course. The purpose is to explore state-of-the-art in project management to gain further insight. The focus of this course is on modern management concepts and areas of research where further study is possible.

MBA640 | Capstone Project | 3 Credit Hours

Consumer tastes and preferences are converging, which requires firms to operate in a global
environment by making their goods and services accessible across the globe. This course
exposes students to this global environment and highlights the necessity to develop the skills
and expertise to operate in this changing global competitive environment. The course has a
dual purpose: to familiarize and understand the theories and practices of international
business, along with the geographic, demographic, technological, political, economic, and
socio-cultural forces that impact cross-cultural, and the influence of national/international
media related to business management. Students will study the principles and problems that
individuals, companies, and institutions encounter in their business practices. The course
will illustrate the changing nature of alliances, industries, and government intervention.


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