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Program

The Dubai Business School (DBS) offers Undergraduate and Graduate programs with concentration/specialization in various areas.

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program offers:

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Course Description

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. In order to graduate, the student must complete the program successfully with a GPA of 2.25 or above, and must earn a total of 129 credit hours.

Structure Of The Program

In the first two years of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, students follow a prescribed sequence of courses. This sequence focuses on GUCR and supporting business requirements, providing students with a broad-based and well-rounded knowledge through acquiring communication skills, problem-solving and IT skills, as well as an understanding of general business concepts. This solid background enables students to complete the specialization requirements in one of their areas of interest during the third and fourth year of the BBA program. The program is further supported by electives chosen from a selection of different courses, to broaden students’ knowledge and enhance their specialized skills. SCLM activities are closely associated with Custom activities, Customs specialization courses are twinned with BBA SCLM concentration courses. Thus students study 159 CH in total, 129 CH toward BBA SCLM and 30 CH for additional 10 Customs major courses.

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program offers:

The General MBA is broken down into four (4) terms having 30 CH course (8 courses of which 2 courses are offered each term + 1 internship of 6 CH), specifically designed for fresh undergraduates and graduates with less than two years’ experience from the domestic and international market. As part of this one year General MBA program, including the 4 months’ internship in the morning spread over 2.

The Double major MBA has an additional three (3) terms added to the General MBA having 48 CH course (8 core courses of 24CH + 6 double major course of 18 CH + work based project of 6 CH/paired two electives of 6 CH in other double majors). This is specifically designed for professionals who possess at least 2 years of work experience in the respective management domain and would further like to enrich their domain knowledge and become specialists.

The Program Objectives of the MBA program are to build student capacity to:

  • Think critically and communicate effectively as managers (through demonstrating effective professional oral & writing skills for business and making persuasive presentations at a managerial level).
  • Lead dynamic international and UAE organizational situations in business and management concept (through demonstrating effective leadership in a team setting, work effectively as a member of a work team, produce quality deliverables from team work).
  • Adapt and Innovate to solve problems, to cope with unforeseen events, and to manage in unpredictable environments (through effective use of quantitative and qualitative analytical tools, make and justify a recommendation).
  • Analyze ethical situations and justify alternatives across areas of concentrations.
  • Apply knowledge in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of relevant inter-disciplines.

General MBA Course Description

This program allows students to:
  1. Apply accounting and finance theories for analyzing business operations in these areas in the UAE.
  2. Assess the usefulness of existing accounting and finance decision-making tools and the potential for improving these tools in businesses in the UAE/MENA region.
  3. Use knowledge and skills developed to add value to the firms in the UAE/MENA region.
This program allows students to:
  1. Perform managerial and leadership functions more efficiently, consistent with organization mission and objectives.
  2. Assess leadership and HR strategies for competitive positioning of the firms.
  3. Use knowledge and skills developed to add value to the firms in the UAE/MENA region.
This program allows students to:
  • Apply marketing techniques on various business processes in UAE and international firms.
  • Analyze marketing strategies to meet the needs of firms operating in UAE and internationally.
  • Use knowledge and skills developed to add value to the firms in UAE/MENA region.
This program enables students to:
  1. Perform value-adding operations on various business processes (i.e., manufacturing, service production and delivery, distribution, supply…).
  2. Analyze optimization plans for operations decisions such as a new product development, supply chain capacity planning, process technology planning, factory automation, and production systems planning in the UAE/MENA region.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Finance
  • Accounting
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