The need to stay relevant by upskilling has become more crucial than ever, and the right educational programme is key
By Gilbert Wong
Aug 3, 2020
Mr David Han, manager (continuing education) at the Singapore campus of James Cook University (JCUS), shares why its Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme offers flexibility and various specialisations to help working professionals elevate their abilities.
The MBA programme is ideal for those aspiring to take on managerial roles requiring a university degree, and business owners and senior management seeking to gain in-depth knowledge of various departmental functions.
As businesses evolve and industries change, it has become important to upgrade your skills and knowledge to excel in any organisation. With the MBA at JCUS, participants can choose from a broad range of specialisations within the course — Analytics and Business Solutions, Creative Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Talent Management, and MICE, Tourism and Hospitality — which enables them to learn essential analytical skills in business and apply them to their area of expertise.
A variety of specialisations is available, and prospective participants can enrol in the programme through both academic and non-academic means.
Candidates may gain entry to the MBA with a relevant business-related Bachelor degree or higher, or a Bachelor degree or higher in other disciplines with two years of business experience in a managerial role.
Detailed entry requirements can be found on the JCUS website.
The course structure will consist of tutorials, lectures, research projects and presentations conducted in-person and online.
Master of Business Administration
Singapore campus of James Cook University