A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Management programs help prepare students for entry-level positions by teaching various management principles. These often include problem solving, organizational behavior, and decision-making. Management courses may also focus on teaching the leadership skills necessary to become a manager.
Indonesia adopted a high quality education system, which provides the education in three basic levels with the highest level being the university level. Lately the country upgraded five colleges to fully university levels with an aim of accommodating even international students who may wish to study in Indonesia. Higher education programs in Indonesia are accredited by the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education. The nation's capital city is Jakarta.
The mission statement (vision) of the Master Program in Management (MPIM) is: “To be a leading international educational institution in the area of management and busines
Master in Management
The Graduate School at the Faculty of Economics and Business of Brawijaya University (FEB UB) has had a long journey since its existence. In the beginning, the University offered undergraduate programs only, but in 2006, the graduate programs were launched.
The Master of Management Program (Prodi) became the first embryo of FEB. Officially, Prodi was established in 1996, through the General Decree of Higher Education No. 493 / Dikti / Kep / 1996, dated of August 31, 1996.
Mission statement and learning goals
The mission statement (vision) of the Master Program in Management (MPIM) is: “To be a leading international educational institution in the area of management and business sciences, with great entrepreneurship and spiritual insight”...
To respond to the demands and diversity of the potential and threat of disasters in Indonesia, Syiah Kuala University has been given a mandate by the Government to organi
Aceh earthquake and tsunami, on December 26, 2004, was the biggest disaster - in its scale and impact - in this century. After the incident, it seemed like various other disasters took place all over the world. The high level of vulnerability requires us to become a resilient nation against disasters. Every country needs to mobilize its resources in anticipating future events, reducing casualties and potential losses, and effectively restoring post-disaster conditions for the sustainability of national development. One crucial resource is the capacity of disaster science and technology.
Utilizing the capacity of science and technology in disaster risk reduction is also a mandate of the global framework of Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDR) 2015-2030 and Law 24/2007 on Disaster Management. The role of science and technology needs ranging from understanding the dynamics of the threat, victim reduction, capacity building, to the formulation of policy. In this context, the role of universities becomes very central. Moreover, in disaster-prone areas, the university is the spearhead of the development and application of science and technology while at the same time giving birth to capable human resources to deal with various potential threats....