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Course Synopsis

Successful completion of MBA requires students to be capable of writing an original, integrated academic project report or dissertation on any business related topic. This helps students to develop data analysis skills, critical thinking skills and communication skills. This exercise will provide students with an opportunity to undertake a detailed investigation of one area or topic in the field of business of interest to the student. Students will have an opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of research methods, data analysis skills, and dissertation writing skills.

Cources Outcomes

1. Ability to apply theory into practice.
2. Ability to undertake project planning, design, implementation and management.
3. Ability to strengthen capability in working independently.
4. Ability to apply theory into practice. 

 

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