Master of Business Administration (MBA)
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- Students come from large corporations.
- One of the best-value U.S. online
programs in Asia
- The credential is the same as the one
offered in U.S.
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Bachelor’s degree holders are required to take only 5 courses; whereas, those non-degree holders are
required to take at least 6 of the following courses:
his course examines the generation and use of an organization's financial information for
decision making and encompasses both financial accounting and management accounting topics.
The course concentrates on accounting systems in general, construction and analysis of
financial statements, costing, performance measurement, and accounting for decision making,
planning and control.
This course examines various aspects of human behavior in organizations. Individual
differences, ethics, culture, motivation, reward systems, leadership, organizational change,
and group process are examined in the context of the organization's structure, the diversity
of its populace (employees, volunteers, etc.), its role in the global marketplace, and its
internal and external cultural environment.
This course introduces application of research methodology and statistical techniques to
typical business problems encountered in management. Contents also include descriptive
statistics, elements of probability, probability distributions, sampling, estimation and
confidence intervals, tests of hypotheses, linear regression and correlation, time series
This course examines three sets of problems: (1) saving and investment decisions by
households, (2) investment and financing decisions by corporations, and (3) the role of
securities markets and financial intermediaries in the economy. Decisions today affect the
timing of and uncertainty about future flows of income; both timing and risk determine the
current value of those future flows. This course develops the tools required to analyze
these decisions and their interaction within the financial system.
This course provides intensive study of the development of organization and management
theory, the functions of management, and the systems approach to organization and
management. Emphasis is placed on the external environment of the business organization, the
total organization and its subsystems, leadership, management, decision making, leading and
managing change, and corporate social responsibility and business ethics.
Develops a strong and comprehensive understanding of consumer behavior principles including
background and tools necessary to the discipline. Develops skills necessary to determine the
cultural and social dimensions of consumer behavior; ethical considerations in marketing and
consumer practices; consumer needs and motivation; and the impact of consumer perception on
Students learn the concepts underlying the design, implementation, control, evaluation, and
strategic use of modern, computer-based information systems for business data processing,
office automation, information reporting, decision-making, and electronic commerce. The
major emphasis of the course will be on the managerial and strategic aspects of information
This course provides a general overview of the planning, strategy formulation strategic
thinking, strategy implementation, and evaluation processes. Managerial styles and personal
strategies are also included. The course takes an international view of organizational
strategy and policy in a world without borders.
This course examines how managers can utilize modern human resource practices in order to
improve company performance and efficiencies. Topics include staffing for quality,
outsourcing, use of core and contingent workforce, managing workforce commitment and
performance, managing careers, and reward systems.
his course presents in-depth survey of marketing management and development of
advertising/sales production organizations. It deals with analysis, promotions, personal
This course explores the rights, responsibilities, problems and opportunities facing the
business manager operating within a system in which the demands and expectations of the
social, political, and legal subsystems often compete or conflict with purely economic
factors normally affecting internal managerial decision-making and behavior of a firm.
This course provides the skills to prepare the components of a business plan, including
produce/service plan, management team, marketing analysis, operational analysis, operational
plan, marketing plan, and financial plan.
To graduate, students must achieve a grade of C (2.0) or better for courses that counted toward the degree
and maintain an average grade of B (grade point average of 3.0).
Grade point average system:
A = 4.0 ；B = 3.0；C = 2.0；D = 1.0
For admission to the program, candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Bachelor degree in related field; or
- College diploma with at least 3 years of managerial / supervisory work experience in the given field
All application must be submitted to Honolulu University (HK) Representative Office.
- A duly completed application form (Download PDF Application
- Copies of academic transcripts or records
- Resume or proof of work experience
- One passport-sized recent photo