The MBA in Organizational Excellence seeks to expand the knowledge of the participants’ in the area of organizational excellence, through an integrated and multidisciplinary perspective. The course was designed to give new abilities to all professionals who want to train in models of excellence organizations.
The sessions are structured to foster decision-making capacity and to solve all complex organizational problems. Classes are held by teachers with an international curriculum and a high academic rigidity and teaching skills.
The program goal is to develop the general management skills and the professional growth of the students, providing skills and knowledge to meet the challenges of running a great organization.
Specifically, it seeks:
• Develop the analysis ability of the participants’; • Give an integrated and global perspective of the organizational excellence; • Develop the ability of leadership; • Prepare participants to respond to challenges posed by global markets.
The MBA is structured in accordance with the Excellence model advocated in the ISG, considering the first round of standardization of skills and a second cycle dedicated to advanced materials for excellence. The program was structured to favor the practical component where it will be possible to implement the knowledge acquired by maximizing the learning and at the same time, provide the connection to the professional reality of each individual.
The MBA in Organizational Excellence is aimed at people with management experience or that will pursue management positions. As mentioned earlier, in the design of the same, it has been taken into consideration the need to have two complementary cycles of development. Therefore, and because in the first cycle is aimed at the standardization of skills, the admission of students does not only to graduates in management or economics, with its independent basic training of its eligibility to join the program.
Future Studies Students who successfully complete the MBA have equivalence to school master's degree in Management, with the exception of UC Research Seminar that aims to prepare the students for the preparation of the thesis or final project.