Why Master of Management in U.P. Baguio?
Pool of Research-oriented and Practice-based Faculty. Organizational exposure, consulting experience and research engagement of the faculty enrich, inform and complement management theory, making them better educators and facilitators.
Innovative and Relevant Curriculum . Academic courses are continually reviewed and updated to suit the demands of private, public, business and profit, non-government and non-profit organizations, as well as industry, and to keep attuned with the currents in the management discipline.
Small Class Size . Minimum number students per class to ensure dynamic class discussion and optimum learning experience.
State-of-the-Art Facilities . WiFi classrooms and case rooms; graduate resource center with electronic journal access and up-to-date book collection.
Available scholarship and financial assistance .
The Institute’s main mission is “to establish and maintain itself as a professional management education center of the highest level of excellence." Towards this mission, the Institute aims to:
further develop and enrich a responsive, updated, relevant professional management curriculum program in a global context;
attract and maintain a pool of qualified and professionally competent faculty complement;
continually pursue a highly selective process of student admission;
provide and continuously upgrade state-of-the-art learning facilities;
provide an integrated management research, extension and consultancy center.
The Master of Management (MM) Program seeks to provide its students with the theoretical background and practical skills needed in the efficient and effective management of all types of organizations. It is a non-thesis graduate program enabling its graduates to assume leadership and supervisory management positions. Graduation from the program requires thirty-six (36) units of academic course work and passing a comprehensive examination.
The Program focuses on a generalist management perspective which emphasizes the similarity in key management tasks in the private, public, business, non-profit, non-government and other organizations. Such involves the performance of similar tasks across all organizations, such as leadership, best use of financial and human resources, ensuring satisfied clients and customers, and formulating long-term directions.
This perspective is anchored on basic tools that can address challenges of any situation, instead of competency, that is contingent on the nature of the organization. Within this framework, generic management ideas are not only practiced in the business sector context but are carefully adapted to public service and non-government/profit settings.