BINUS Business School Master Program
BINUS Business School (BBS) Master Program opened its doors in 1993; and since then it has undergone several transformations. When the school started, the driving factor was to build a bridge for the university’s alumni who had strong technical expertise in computing, but lacked managerial and other business function skills. Current curriculum design has been developed in such a way that students of BINUS Business School Master Program will have received cutting-edge management knowledge and competencies to improve and enhance the value of a corporation. The programs offered by BINUS Business School Master Program lead to Magister Manajemen (MM) degrees, and have received an A-grade accreditation from the national accreditation body in 2011.
Currently, there are several programs offered within this business school, which can be categorized into four groups based on the students’ working experience and preference of the teaching-learning process in the program. The programs offered are as follows:
- MM Young Professional Business Management or Creative Marketing
- MM Professional Business Management
- MM Business Management – Blended Learning
- MM Executive Management
In all programs, learning is facilitated through a collaborative-experience based approach that combines the traditional interactive lecturing method with case studies, team learning, CEO Speaks, role plays, and simulation. To help students put their study in context, BINUS Business School Master Program has developed and written case studies using local Indonesian companies as subjects. The case studies describe business dilemmas in an Indonesian setting, and have been proven to be a very useful learning tools in class. The BINUS Business School Case Centre has written over 100 cases, and has been awarded a MURI award for writing the most case studies in 3 years.
By the completion of our program:
- Critical Thinking
Each student should be able to critically identify problems/issues in management, create innovative solutions, and develop recommendations and implementation plans.
- Leadership Skills
Each student should be able to develop the required understandings and prioritize suitable leadership concepts.
Each student should be able to build effective communication skills using appropriate ICT tools.
Each student should be able to propose responsible decision with enhanced sensitivity to various stakeholders which are affected by management decision.
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