About the Program
To deliver a comprehensive overview of key business topics, the SolBridge Master of Science (MS) program gives business and non-business graduates the tools to succeed in diverse roles and industries worldwide through a curriculum carefully designed to provide practical, universal business knowledge. Unlock strategic business skills and knowledge, learn to solve real-world business challenges, add depth to your existing undergraduate degree, and prepare to excel throughout your career.
SolBridge's student-centric MS Programs offer various options to fit each student's interests. Students follow a curriculum designed to develop core business skills and knowledge in the first stage, while the second stage is for electives balancing advanced management courses. Students can advance in their second year to one of two specializations; Marketing and Analytics, and Technology and Entrepreneurship. This document describes the structure of the SolBridge MS program and curricular requirements for graduation, and provides a list of the core and elective courses offered in the program
This 22-month program accepts two intakes in March and September. MSMA and MSTE students are required to complete a total of forty-five (45) credit hours—15 credit hours for core courses, 15 for specialization, and 15 for electives. MSM students are required to complete forty-five (45) credit hours – 15 credit hours for core courses and 30 for electives.
Graduation Requirements :
- Curricular with a specialization: 45 credits (15 for core, 15 for specialization, and 15 for electives)
- Curricular without a specialization: 45 credits (15 for core and 30 for electives)
Admission Requirements :
- Work experience: no work experience required
- Academic transcript with a CGPA of C+ or higher
- Proof of English proficiency
- GMAT/ GRE (For those who do not have official scores, internal admission test will be offered)
- Personal Essay (Handwritten) & Video Essay
Nowadays, enterprises in various industries collect ever-increasing data on customer characteristics, product features, and market outcomes. Scientific analysis of this data would provide insights that could alter the channel through which enterprises interact with their customers. Students will be nurtured to become professional marketing analysts with statistical, programming, and analytical skills to make data-driven decisions.
Tech companies are in high demand. It is the perfect time to start a tech venture as an entrepreneur. Students will be equipped to lead the development of products from idea to commercialization. They will learn innovation management, advanced entrepreneurship, venture financing, and tech IPs evaluation while being exposed to the unique Daejeon 21st century ecosystem.