The MM Young Professional is a Master of Management (MM) program designed for fresh graduates (Strata-1 or equivalent) and those with little professional working experience. This program is designed for those who need to complement their previous undergraduate degree with mastery in general management skills and competencies. The program also provides knowledge and skills in innovation and entrepreneurship that equip the students to launch their own businesses or become entrepreneurs in established firms.
The MM Young Professional is a 42 credit program consisting of knowledge in functional areas, innovation, entrepreneurship, communication and interpersonal skills, business ethics and a capstone course in strategic management. Participants are also exposed to courses related to Information Systems (IS). Upon the completion of the study, students are expected to earn knowledge and skills in general management according to the most current conceptual and analytical developments in managerial practice. They will also have insights into developing and implementing sustainable customer value. Moreover, they will have soft-skills in aligning and balancing the various and often conflicting needs and demands of the many groups of stakeholders in play: shareholders, workers, community, media, government and the public at large.
BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL faculty members bring real-world professional and consulting experience to the classroom, consistently imparting and sharing the wisdom of their experience to the participants. They integrate a mix of teaching methodologies including, but not limited to, traditional lectures, guest lectures, case studies, class presentations, summaries, and field projects. The participant will learn to develop strong oral and written communication skills, effective team management, and leadership abilities. A faculty advisor will also assist participants in accomplishing their theses.
This program provides a learning environment that offers participants opportunities to develop meaningful and beneficial professional relationships between themselves and with the faculty, and also encourages intellectual challenge and exploration.
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