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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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The MBA program is designed for future business leaders who want to elevate their business skills and knowledge to a high professional level. Your chosen specialization will help you develop a professional skill set to meet today’s business challenges.

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This master program provides students with the opportunity to apply advanced theoretical concepts and knowledge from all functional areas of business through an analytical, decision-making process which focuses on solving practical problems. Graduates of the Master of Business Administration are prepared for leadership employment positions in business and management according to the area of concentration selected.

Semester I

3 Credits

This course focuses on the complex dynamics of ethnic, racial, gender, and other diversity in organizations as seen from the vantage points of social science and organizational studies. We will adopt multiple levels of analysis to critically explore the current state of theory, research and application regarding the role and treatment of differences and the creation of inclusion in the workplace.

3 Credits

In this course you will learn about organizational leadership, individual decision making, group decision making, and managing motivation. The objectives are to understand why and how leadership skills are so critical to organizational success and learn the foundations of effective leadership skills.

3 Credits

This course uses the global business context to teach students important legal, ethical and cultural challenges they will face as business leaders. Cases and materials will address how business leaders, constrained by law and motivated to act responsibly in a global context, should analyze relevant variables to make wise decisions. Topics will include basic theoretical frameworks used in the analysis of ethical issues, such as right-based, consequentialist- based, and virtue-based reasoning, and conflicting interpretations of corporate responsibility.

5 Credits

The course aims to put the student in contact with the experience of research, through the theoretical and practical exercise of skills and abilities investigations that a researcher requires, so that he or she is oriented towards intuition creativity and the generation of research ideas. It contemplates the revision of some basic elements that guide the development of the master’s thesis project, with the aim of finishing the course with a document of the thesis project relevant to the program and emphasis of the master’s degree, the lines of institutional research, as well as with the level of rigor and epistemic depth and methodology that is required at a master’s level. In this program, the development of the epistemological contents and the phases research methodologies so that the participant of the master’s degree in business administration deepens the knowledge that serves as the basis to start the research process, with rigor, epistemic and methodological coherence in a master’s level.

Semester II

3 Credits

Properly managing human resources should be a critical part of any organization’s overall strategy for success. This course will provide the student with a comprehensive understanding of Human Resource Management (HRM) by exploring today’s Human Resource (HR) environment including current trends in HRM. The course examines the principles of employee recruitment and selection, job design and job analysis, employment law, employee compensation, training and development, and safety and health.

3 Credits

Overview of marketing or marketing management with an emphasis placed on enabling the marketing manager to create strategies that “fit” the product/service to the organization’s distinctive competencies and its target market. Development of decision- making skills in marketing and provides an overview of the strategic marketing management process. Different methods are used to address and exemplify the many issues and problems that are involved in creating and implementing the marketing strategy.

3 Credits

To develop an economics-oriented framework that facilitates the identification and analysis of business problems, and the development and implementation of solutions to those problems. The tools of the course apply to economy-wide problems, industry- wide problems, firm and organization specific problems and individual decision-making. You should expect to leave the course, not with a set of “cookbook” solutions to problems, but with a set of new, powerful ways of thinking about business problems and their solutions.

5 Credits

The research method guides the researcher towards the identification of the type of research and the data collection processes of the study. The methodological criteria define the level of knowledge that is aspired in the research, and the guidelines to follow in the process of collecting the information that will answer the guiding question. The participant of the master’s in business administration will obtain knowledge and develop skills that will allow him to define the aspects that will make up the methodology of his research work.

Semester III

3 Credits

Production and Operations Management is concerned with the management of resources and activities that produce and deliver goods and services for customers. Efficient and effective operations can provide an organization with major competitive advantages since the ability to respond to customer and market requirements quickly, at a low cost, and with high quality, is vital to attaining profitability and growth through increased market share. As competition becomes fiercer in an increasingly open and global marketplace, a company’s survival and growth become greatly contingent on its ability to run its operations efficiently and to exploit its resources productively.

3 Credits

This course examines the formulation, interpretation, and application of law to business. It incorporates the study of ethical issues that arise in contemporary business settings, including professional conduct and corporate social responsibility. This course covers major areas of legal regulation to which businesses are subject, including tort liability, contract law, partnership and corporate law, employment and labor law, intellectual property law, environmental regulation and sustainability, and financial regulation. Emphasis is placed on active, experiential application of legal reasoning and analysis and on the global and comparative dimensions of legal and ethical issues.

3 Credits

The primary objective is to provide the framework, concepts, and tools for analyzing financial decisions based on fundamental principles of modern financial theory.

3 Credits

Course based on student’s choice.

5 Credits

Once the data collection instruments have been designed, it is necessary to guarantee their validity and reliability/reliability, in order to begin the search for the data required in the investigation. Subsequently, it is necessary to organize them through the application of some type of analysis that allows responding to the objectives of the investigation. It is then necessary to know the phases of the analysis process according to the type of data that has been collected (verbal or numerical codes). This program presents the phases of analysis and an introduction to the management of quantitative and qualitative techniques so that the master’s degree participant can make an application of data analysis according to the requirements and characteristics of the investigation.

Semester IV

3 Credits

Course based on student’s choice.

3 Credits

Course based on student’s choice.

The presentation of the written document and the generation of scientific products that emerge from the research experience is a fundamental aspect at a master’s level. In this subject, the student organizes the presentation of the written report according to the institutional norms.

5 Credits

Develop in the participant skills and abilities for the preparation of the research report as well as the support and dissemination of their master’s research Apply the institutional regulations for the delivery of the written document Delve into the aspects of the support of the research Assess the ethical processes of research for its dissemination and support. Disseminate the results of your research through a scientific article.


University Of Technology and Education MBA Program develops business leaders by offering quality education in several business disciplines. Additionally, the MBA Program assimilates theory and practice by choosing faculty members with a variety of professional experience and academic achievements. The program offers the following specializations: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management.


3 Credits

This course builds on the knowledge base from Introductory Auditing, to provide students with an in-depth understanding of professional standards, the audit process, advanced auditing techniques, and the auditor’s role in ensuring that publicly issued financial statements are fairly presented. Students will apply auditing procedures to financial statement transaction cycles and conduct audit sampling and testing techniques using specialized data analysis software. The course will also cover advanced topics concerning complex auditing judgments, and the use of audit software tools.

3 Credits

This course provides students with an introduction to financial and managerial accounting. Topics covered include financial statements, financial analysis of those statements, cost accounting, and accounting’s role in managerial decision- making.

3 Credits

Federal income taxation of corporations and their shareholders with emphasis on the formation of the corporation, capital structure, operational alternatives, distributions, partial and complete liquidations, personal holding companies, and the accumulated earnings tax. Formation, operation, and liquidation of S-corporations are also covered.


3 Credits

The responsibilities, concerns, and methods of analysis employed by corporate financial managers, and the role of financial markets and institutions in the modern economy. Topics of study include capital structure, dividend policy, asset evaluation, capital budgeting, risk analysis, and portfolio theory.

3 Credits

This course will provide students with an introduction to financial markets and an evaluation of the institutions, instruments and participants involved in the industry. The mainstream markets to be evaluated include the equity, money, bond, futures, options and exchange rate markets. The subject systematically reviews each of the mainstream financial markets and investigates the various institutional participants and the different types of financial instruments offered.

3 Credits

This course delves into the structure, management and practices of investment banking (IB)— from larger more universal players to boutique operations. It covers the business activities of mergers and acquisitions, financing and investment; and, the creation of value through financial advisory services.

Human Resources Management

3 Credits

Compensation and benefits play an important role in attracting, motivating, and retaining employees. This course examines how to establish and manage effective compensation and benefits systems that support the organization’s strategic direction while also meeting employee needs and complying with legal requirements.

3 Credits

Establishing and maintaining an organization’s pay structure and benefits packages are the principal responsibilities of a compensation and benefits manager. This course will deliver the specialized knowledge and skills in the field which you need to develop compensation and benefits programs effectively.

3 Credits

Employees are commonly recognized as an organization’s most valuable resource. Thus, effectively staffing an organization is one of the most critical managerial responsibilities. This course examines best practices, current trends, legal issues, and research on effective recruitment and selection of human capital so that students may learn how to establish and effectively manage staffing systems.


3 Credits

Students will gain a working knowledge of planning, organizing, and managing human resource systems; and will gain hands-on abilities to design, direct, and assess human resource systems in enhancing relationships with internal and external customers, leading to organizational effectiveness.

3 Credits

This course investigates strategies and skills for influencing individuals and groups for organizational effectiveness. Students will learn leadership models and skills that can be used in a diverse and global environment. Attention will be given to important leadership issues in the 21st century such as ethics, change, and innovation. Students will have the opportunity to assess their own skill sets and consider development plans for enhancing those skills sets.

3 Credits

The ability to think critically and creatively, in order evaluate opportunity, manage risk, and learn from outcomes is integral to sustaining success. The themes of critical thinking and entrepreneurial mindset are threads within the curriculum that will help you develop a career advantage.


To be admitted to a degree program, students must meet the below requirements and need to follow the steps outlined below to provide evidence of such eligibility. An orientation course must be completed before an admitted student can enroll in the first course of the program.


Prospective students may apply at any time during the year, and if accepted, may begin in any term during the year of acceptance or the following year.

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Admissions requirements for the Master of Business Administration are listed below:

Frequently Asked Questions

The institute will provide online education utilizing the Educativa LMS (Learning Management System), which has become one of the top LMS companies delivering online education to students, to support and deliver the online educational programs. With Educativa LMS, UTE is able to create a flexible and accessible online learning environment and support students throughout their academic journey.

Moreover, the flexible and powerful features of Educativa LMS helps students think creatively, learn collaboratively, and reach their full potential. As the University strives to establish effective communication with every student, Educativa LMS allows UTE to easily provide student feedback, support collaborative learning, and host discussions via forums, wikis, and video conferencing.

Additionally, the Institution offers LIRN, the Library and Information Resources Network, a hosted on-line library service featuring academic search capabilities. The LIRN® collection provides students with access to peer-reviewed and full-text journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, e- books, podcasts, audio, and video resources to support their academic studies.

The University is located at 2010 NW 150 Ave, Suite 213, Pembroke Pines FL 33028. The administrative office is comprised of 777 sq ft, which includes 4 administrative offices. This space is occupied by on-site Florida staff personnel who maintain the office and student records for all UTE students and personnel. UTE provides its instruction solely through distance education methods.

A credit hour is typically defined by one hour per week of in class instruction, plus another two hours of study outside of class. A credit hour consists of a minimum of fifteen (15) hours of instruction, plus a reasonable period of time outside of instruction which the institution requires a student to devote to preparation for learning experiences, such as preparation for instruction, study of course material, or completion of educational projects.

UTE will not accept transfer of credits from another program from another post-secondary institution. Students will enroll from the beginning of a course or program.

The transferability of credits you earn at UTE is at the complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the credits you earn in the educational program from UTE is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the credits that you earn at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason, you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending UTE to determine if your credits will transfer.

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