Master of Business Administration (MBA)


An MBA with Hands-on Experience


The MBA curriculum consists of two parts: Core and Elective courses. The core part of the curriculum imparts essential business knowledge, and elective courses allow students to gain in-depth experience in an area of their choice.
In this 1-Year program, students are required to complete a total of thirty-six (36) credit hours, comprising eighteen (18) credits from core business courses, fifteen (15) credits from electives, and three (3) credits from a Capstone Project.
SolBridge also provides the opportunity for students to acquire some foreign language skills to prepare them for a globalized yet diverse world.

CORE Managerial Skills Financial Management
Business Economics Accounting & Decision Making
Marketing Management Operations Management
ELECTIVES Elective 1 Elective 2 Capstone Project* Elective 4
Elective 3 Elective 5

* Required Course (graduation requirement for regular students).

Core Courses

Core Courses Credits
Managerial Skills ▼
This course introduces the student to the basic skills for managing people and organizations as well as how to understand different backgrounds of different people so that they can communicate each other. The course deals with motivation, individual and group decision-making, conflict, power and politics, leadership, job design, performance maintenance, organizational environment, organization structure and design, and emerging trends and challenges.
Accounting & Decision Making ▼
This course is the accumulation, analysis and presentation of a business enterprise’s relevant financial data for creditors, investors, and other external decision makers.
Marketing Management ▼
The course introduces marketing management theories and concepts involving in the analysis of marketing environment, planning and implementation of marketing programs (product, price, place and promotion) and marketing strategies to attract, satisfy, and retain customers. The course enables students to develop marketing strategies and framework with moral, socially responsible and ethical consideration.
Operations Management ▼
This course has two aims. Firstly, it familiarizes the students with the operations management discipline, i.e. major topics, terminology, methodologies and tools. Secondly, students will apply quantitative and statistical techniques for the solution of the challenges faced by the operations manager.
Financial Management ▼
This course is an introduction to business finance, corporate financial management and investments. Students gain an understanding of tools and frameworks necessary to analyze financial decisions based on principles of modern financial theory.
Business Economics ▼
The course introduces the principles of economics, including both microeconomics and macroeconomics, with a special focus on the applications of these principles in business activities. Topics to be covered include: consumer theory, producer theory, partial equilibrium theory, general equilibrium theory, game theory, information economics, business cycle analysis, economic growth theory, fiscal policy and monetary policy analysis.

Elective Courses


For detailed information about the elective courses, download this course description file.pdf

Technology Electives Credits Other Electives Credits
Management Information Systems 3 Corporate Finance 3
Computer Programming with Python 3 Doing Business in China 3
Computer Programming with R 3 Doing Business in Korea 3
Data Analytics for Business 3 Financial Derivatives 3
Database Marketing 3 Financial Markets and Institutions 3
Marketing Analytics 3 Global Strategic Management 3
Pricing Analytics 3 International Business in Asia 3
Regression Analysis with R for Business 3 International Marketing 3
Social Media and Digital Marketing 3 Investment Analysis 3
Cybersecurity 3 Marketing Communications and Advertising 3
Database Management 3 Marketing Research 3
Digital Business & Innovation 3 Marketing Strategy 3
Software Engineering 3 Mergers & Acquisitions 3
Strategy for Tech 3 Project Management 3
Tech Entrepreneurship & Product Development 3 Special Topics In Finance 3
Other Electives Credits Special Topics in International Business 3
Master’s Thesis 3 Special Topics in Marketing 3
Business Communication 3 Statistical Analysis 3
Consumer Behavior and Decision Making 3 Strategic Management 3

Graduation Requirements

  • Curricular: 36 credits (18 for core, 15 for electives, and 3 for Capstone Project),
  • Minimum 3.0 out of 4.5 CGPA.

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