The 100% Online MBA - General from The Copperbelt University ECAMPUS gives you the required knowledge to apply research and critical thinking skills to assess different situations and respond with pertinent plans of action. You also learn how to communicate effectively with stakeholders in different formats.
Learn the skills and expertise essential to get a rewarding career, advance your career or to make an impact in your existing profile with the 100% Online MBA General. Understand how to approach key business administration concepts including Accounts, Analytics, Communications etc., and gain insights about how to run a business effectively.
Going for a 100% Online MBA General with The Copperbelt University means you can overcome the challenges of attending fixed lectures on-campus and earn a degree on a flexible schedule to suit your commitments of work, life and family.
- Managerial Economics
- Financial and Management Accounting
- Quantitative Methods
- Management Theory and Practice
- Corporate Finance
- Organisational Behaviour
- Production and Operations Management
- Marketing Principles and Practice
- Research Methods & Statistics
- Strategic Management
Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship*
Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship
Financing Small Scale Businesses
Human Resource Management*
Human Resources Management
Industrial Relations & Labour law
Management Information Systems
*Students need to choose one of the three electives*: 3.1 Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship; 3.2 Marketing or 3.3 Human Resource Management
A) Bachelor’s Degree from a reputable / recognized institution
-Candidates with professional qualifications such as ACCA, CIMA and other related may be considered.
B) O'level results showcasing 5 passing marks of 6 or better (English and Math are required) (International equivalent may also be submitted).
The programme will be offered through eLearning under the Directorate of Distance Educationand Open Learning for duration of minimum 15 months.
Disclaimer: When budgeting for college, you should consider both direct and indirect expenses. All fees are subject for review,