RISE offers a one-of-its-kind Global MBA Program in collaboration with SRH Mobile University, which prepares students for a range of managerial business roles that are in high demand in the international job market. The program enables students and working professionals to experience a masters program that is application-focussed with real-life business scenarios. The program enables students to build the skill-set and attitude necessary for managerial responsibility.
In this module, students learn to develop research results and objectives depending on data-comparing with real-life scenarios.
As part of this module, students get to know influential approaches, practices and management challenges regarding the strategic alignment of organisations.
Based on this critical approach to marketing, students learn to deal with tasks in light of the particularities of an industry or situational requirements, by using different analyses and marketing concepts. Students demonstrate this ability by independent research creating a subsequent presentation of the results.
In this module, students learn to what extent business administration is to be understood as action-oriented and application-oriented management theory. In combination with the module empirical research, students learn how questionnaires and interviews can be used as ways of gaining scientific knowledge.
The Master's examination constitutes the professional qualification of the Master's program. The Master's examination determines whether the context of the subject is overseen, the ability to apply scientific methods and insights, and the necessary in-depth knowledge of the subject and methodology necessary for the transition to professional practice. As part of the preparation process, the students prepare an exposé in which the main points of the work (in particular problem definition, objectives, research design and structure) are coordinated with the supervisor. The examination consists of the written thesis and a master colloquium.
The Accounting module deals with questions about a company’s internal and external flow of services and how to display them. Students are enabled to provide relevant accounting information and assess existing information. They learn to differentiate between different points of view: students approach some example cases from the perspective of a decision-maker within an organisation and in other cases, they represent an external third party who analyses and systematises information about economic success to make scientifically sound decisions on that basis. The financial control of a company is a demanding management task that has a direct impact on success.
After studying this module students will be able to combine economic approaches to human capital management with contemporary practices in strategic human resource management. They learn how to align goals, methods and content of human capital measures, resulting in a balanced view of economic and social perspectives on the value of human capital.
The module enables the students to play an active role in the context of financial decisions that have to be taken. This includes decisions about capital expenditures as well as raising of capital. The second aspect of this module reflects typical decisions that have to be taken in an enterprise, starting with business creation and reaching as far as a crisis.
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