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||Master of Science in Management (MSM)
||1. Management Concepts and Skills:
Utilize Management Concepts and Skills in solving problems and making improvements within organizations and / or real world situations.
2. Ethics: Apply Ethical and Regulatory basis of Management in strategic and tactical aspects of planning, executing, monitoring and controlling with organizations and/or real world situations.
3. Quantitative and Financial Analysis: Apply and interpret the fundamentals of Quantitative and Financial analysis to management problems and/or projects.
4. Communication Skills:
Use Communication skills to develop defendable positions using data and information from diverse sources and apply problem solving strategies to reach scientifically defendable solutions. Present reports, analysis, and recommendations in written and oral forms in a professional manner that is persuasive and understood by Audience / readers of diverse ages, cultural, experience, and educational backgrounds.
5. Research Skills: Use Scientific Research skills to collect data and use those data to thoroughly understand complex and multi-dimensional situations. Be able to organize themes, explain concepts and theories, provide technical definitions and establish overall credibility. Be able to design and conduct appropriate research projects to solve problems in manufacturing, production, distribution and sales of products.
6. Communication Skills: Use computer, video conferencing, and presentation technology to locate, collect, store, manage, and disseminate information and design and deliver technical, professional, and personnel presentations.
7. Critical Thinking Skills: Use critical thinking to explore all aspects of complex and multidimensional situations and evaluate the impact and consequences of decisions on different audiences and to develop defendable positions using data and information from diverse sources. Be able to apply problem solving strategies to reach logically defendable solutions to technical and personnel situations and operations.