1. Course of Study
The MBA program consists of 48 credits over three consecutive semesters (15 credits are core courses, 21 credits are an internship and additional required courses, and 12 credits are elective courses).
CORE COURSES (15 CREDITS):
- Introduction to Finance (3 credits)
- Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 credits)
- Marketing Management (3 credits)
- Elements of Organization Behavior and Human Resources (3 credits)
- Quantitative Models (3 credits)
REQUIRED COURSES (27 CREDITS):
- Competitive Strategy (3 credits)
- Business Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
- The Art of Negotiation (3 credits)
- Business Game (3 credits)
- Trans-disciplinary Innovation Program TIP (6 credits)
- Professional Internship (9 credits)
Professional Internship: One of the most important advantages of the program is the yearly internship program internship: Throughout the program, the students will participate in a professional internship (9 credits) in a leading high-tech firm, government institution or philanthropic fund. Once a week, for a full day, students experience first-hand, through direct participation, the way in which these organizations operate. The student will be allocated to a mentor or a team leader who will guide him/her throughout the internship.
ELECTIVE COURSES (6 CREDITS):
- During their studies, students complete the remaining credits from courses offered in the areas below:
- Management and Globalization
2. Students choose their own courses according to their interest and to the guidelines above.
3. The courses take place throughout the week (Sunday – Thursday), usually in the afternoon, over the course of two semesters.
5. The third and last semester (summer semester) is a very special and practical mode of study. The summer semester — actually one intensive program of only 8 weeks —is called Trans-disciplinary Innovation Program – TIP. The course includes training workshops, interactive group discussions with experienced angel investors and VCs, behind-the-scenes tours of emerging startups, on-site visits to major technology companies and, as part of a final project, an opportunity to actually pitch ideas to a panel of real investors.