MBA Curriculum | The American University of Iraq Sulaimani

MBA Curriculum

The AUIS Executive MBA curriculum is taught by faculty members committed to excellence in their professions and with real-world business experience. Students learn to build productive organizations through stimulating classroom discussions, research projects and case studies covering a broad range of subjects.

The MBA program has also been restructured to meet the needs of working professionals seeking to expand their knowledge in their businesses and professional field. The new restructure allows prospective students to earn their MBA degree with little to no effect on their professional lives. You can earn your Executive MBA degree in less than two years, granted you pass all the courses successfully. 
 
The program itself consists of 17 courses, each of which is taught on two weekends, either consecutively or with a weekend in between. Students take a minimum of one course per month, with the exception of the MBA thesis component. 
 
The first weekend of courses is held on Thursday afternoons, Friday and Saturday, and again on Friday and Saturday of the following week. 
 
The courses are intensive in nature, and are designed to complement the students’ professional skills and enhance their knowledge of business strategies, concepts, and practices. 

Visit our Core Courses page for a complete list of the core curriculum classes, electives, and course descriptions.

Designed to provide a broad understanding of financial management, financial institutions, and investment strategies.
Students will enhance their knowledge of market research and analysis, marketing communications, and strategic marketing. 
This concentration will enable MBA students to learn more in-depth knowledge of human resources management. 
The Leadership curriculum is designed for those who want to lead organizational change amid the challenges of an increasingly changing business landscape.
The AUIS MBA in Project Management introduces students to an increasingly popular profession as more companies move to project team-based business models.