Master of Business Administration 美國商業管理碩士學位課程-澳門專班
Chaminade University of Honolulu
Chaminade University is named for Father William Chaminade (1761-1850), a French Catholic priest whose career bridged the French Revolution and the rise and fall of Napoleon. After the Revolution, Father Chaminade founded the Society of Mary (Marianists) in 1817. The Marianists’ main purpose—then as now—was to educate leaders for a new age.Today, 111,000 students study at 106 Marianist schools and universities in 30 countries. Marianists first came to Hawaii in 1883. They took over St. Anthony’s School in Wailuku, Maui; St. Joseph’s School in Hilo; and St. Louis School in Honolulu. In September 1955, Marianists opened St. Louis Junior College on the St. Louis School campus, with a two-year liberal arts program. In 1957 the school expanded to become four-year coeducational Chaminade College. In 1967 the college welcomed the wider community through an evening program.
In 1977 Chaminade College became Chaminade University of Honolulu when it added graduate programs in business administration, counseling psychology, criminal justice administration, education, forensic sciences, and pastoral theology. Our students and faculty come from all over the world, bringing their talents, traditions and cultures to an intimate campus setting.
1). Demonstrate ability to select and use appropriate quantitative tools including statistics and decision science, to enhance organizational decision-making.
2). Demonstrate an understanding of issues central to financial management of an organization and the ability to use financial tools and analysis to inform business decisions.
3). Demonstrate an understanding of the process of value creation by an organization and the ability to use concepts and processes of marketing and management to develop competitive advantage in specified business environments.
4). Demonstrate understanding of legal obligations and the ethical dilemmas faced by businesses and the ability to use related frameworks to inform decision-making.
5).Demonstrate an understanding of domestic and global economic environments and the ability to use economic data to inform decision-making.
6).Demonstrate an understanding of leadership dynamics and the ability to identify appropriate leader actions for enhancing individual, group, and system effectiveness.
7).Demonstrate an understanding of the central components and processes of strategic management and the ability to assess and create appropriate strategies.
Required credits for completion of program
36 credits plus 1 Research Project
Mode of delivery
face to face lecture (30%) & online (70%)
Tuition Fee :(for students admitted in academic year 2016/2017)
Tuition fee for the whole program: MOP 88,000 (in 4 installments)