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Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration(PgC) | Nobel International Business School Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration(PgC) | Nobel International Business School

Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration(PgC)

POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION(PGC)

The NIBS Post Graduate Certificate in Business Administration(PgC) program prepares candidates for research and study in business and for careers requiring advanced research and analytical capabilities.

This program introduces the fundamental concepts and practices of business to develop a broad-based practical understanding of its context, purpose and underlying functional areas. It employs materials and discovery-rich performance learning (DPL) facilitation and assessment techniques that are consistent with modern principles and best practices in providing job-relevant knowledge and skills that you need to succeed. In this programme you get the advantage of a curriculum that is designed to fit the complexities and opportunities in emerging economies, and taught by business and education leaders with practical experience.

WHY CHOOSE THE POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION(PGC)

  •  Get a foundation for a Graduate Degree (eg. MBA, DBA,PhD)
  • Develop the managerial skill needed to succeed in today’s business world.
  •   Share insights and best practice with fellow professionals.
  • Study with a very comfortable and flexible schedule.
  •   Complete your studies in 4 months taking 4 modules.
  •   Do practical project assignments.
  •   Acquire knowledge and skills that you can apply immediately to enhance your own practice.
  •   Experience our unique Discovery-rich Performance Learning (DPL) Model.

PROGRAMME CONTENT

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR PgC
To be admitted to the programme, a candidate must have obtained:

  • An Undergraduate or graduate degree in any discipline or
  • An HND from an approved or recognized institution.
  • Be an Entrepreneur with substantial experience

COURSE DURATION & STRUCTURE

The curriculum consists of 4 required modules completed over 4 months in a modular, intensive delivery format of a few days per module. Upon successful completion of the program, you receive a Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Administration awarded by NIBS.
PgC 501: Marketing Management (3 credits)
The course will address the subject of marketing and marketing management at a broad but comprehensive level. The initial phase will provide participants with an understanding of the nature and scope of modern marketing. The concept of knowledge based organizations and how to capture marketing insights will be covered. Customer relationships and interaction will be addressed. Branding will be studied. Development of marketing strategies and mix will be evaluated. Topics of study include developing organizational focus on customers and markets, the marketing value mix variables, strategic marketing planning, strategy implementation evaluation and control, analysing customers and competition, relationship logistics and integrated marketing communications.

Course Objectives

  • To provide an overview of the discipline of marketing within a corporate and functional context.
  • To provide an appreciation of the tools, concepts and models required to undertake an evaluation of the marketplace.
  • To provide an understanding of the marketing planning process.
  • To provide an understanding of the tools required to help develop and implement marketing strategies.
  • To give students the opportunity to participate in classroom presentations discussions, team problem solving.
  • To provide an in-depth analysis of a series of real-life marketing situations.

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the major concepts in the functional areas of accounting, marketing, finance, and management.
  • Describe and explain the ethical obligations and responsibilities of marketing.
  • Apply decision-support tools to marketing management.
  • Apply knowledge of key marketing concepts in an integrated manner.
  • Analyze marketing decisions in a dynamic business environment.
  • Apply knowledge of key marketing concepts in an integrated manner.

Mode of Delivery

  • Papers from top tier journals on Marketing Strategy
  • Case study and review
  • Lecture Discussions
  • Group Deliberations
  • Course assignments and presentation

PgC 502: Business Ethics and Negotiation Skills (3 credits)
Business scandals and ethical dilemmas happen in every society, and an individual choosing the right thing to do must often select between conflicting values. The overall goal of this course is to help the students understand and appreciate the elements of ethics, the importance of ethical decision making, and its effects on themselves, business and society. Negotiation is the art and science of securing an agreement between two or more independent parties. Through understanding the behavior evidenced in competitive situations, the student will develop negotiation skills which will prove to be a valuable asset in every area of life. This course will also allow students to develop negotiation skills experientially and understand negotiation in useful analytical frameworks.

There are three basic parts to this course:
The first part of the course aims to help students improve their ability to analyze and make ethical decisions. Various ethical theories and aspects of human psychology that may predispose an individual to certain frames of thinking or unethical behavior are discussed. The goal is not to prescribe what is right or wrong, but rather to help participants better apply their own values in a clear and consistent manner to ethical challenges.
The second part of the course looks at conflicts between personal values and organizational goals. Issues such as conflicts between personal values and organizational goals; the role of ethics as a sustainable business strategy; and the importance of managing relationships in an ethical manner with various stakeholders will be discussed. The process of developing, auditing and correcting an ethical culture within organizations will also be explored.
The third part of the course however will look at creating an individualized negotiation profile to identify a participants negotiation skills. Issues such as assessing the complexities of negotiation skills will also be addressed. Lastly, an individualized ethical negotiation framework will be developed.
Topics include: Introduction to negotiations, negotiation strategies, Countering manipulation and psychological press, post-negotiation stage, special negotiation cases, dealing with obstacles and complicating factors, introduction to business ethics, stakeholder management and social responsibility and emerging business ethics issues.

Course Objectives

  • To recognize ethical issues in business.
  • To apply several important concepts and frameworks for moral reasoning to complex business issues.
  • To appreciate the role of ethics as central in business decision making.
  • To develop an enterprise perspective that includes an ability to formulate, analyze, and defend decisions in ethical terms.
  • To critically examine one’s personal ethics and test them in conversation with peers
  • To understand the dynamics and complexities of the negotiation process
  • To develop an individualized ethical negotiating framework.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Assess organizational challenges for implementing ethical values (and how to overcome these obstacles).
  • Discuss the concept of values (individual, organizational, cultural), and how values relate to decision making, leadership, and organizational well being.
  • Understand psychological antecedents leading to malfeasance or the ignorance of misdeeds by oneself and others.
  • Evaluating, understanding and incorporating your core values into your work and life.
  • Deepening an understanding of what it means to live a good and successful life.
  • Understand more about the nature of negotiation.
  • Gain a broad intellectual understanding of the central concepts in negotiation.
  • Develop a toolkit of useful negotiation skills, strategies, and approaches.
  • Develop confidence in the negotiation process as an effective means for resolving conflict in organizations.
  • Improve your analytical abilities and your capacity to understand and predict the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations in competitive situations.

PgC 503: Essentials of Innovation (3 credits)
Students will learn techniques for improving the flexibility and originality of their thinking and will explore approaches used by managers and organizations to create and sustain high levels of innovation. Topics include: personal thinking preferences, everyday creativity and eliminating mental blocks, creative thinking techniques, idea selection approaches, teaming techniques for creativity, conditions that promote creativity, design for interaction, disruptive technologies, and intellectual property. The course uses fun and hands-on activities to stimulate innovation

Course Objectives
As a result of this course, you will be able:

  • To define innovation, and innovation leadership
  • To complete a team project to identify and pitch a compelling problem, reframed as an opportunity, with a wide range of innovative solution directions.
  • To innovate, and use a model for innovation
  • To connect innovation and creativity in any organization
  • To complete a team project to identify and pitch a compelling problem, reframed as an opportunity, with a wide range of innovative solution directions.

Learning Outcomes
As a result of engaging with the materials in this course, it is anticipated that learners will achieve the following learning outcomes:

  • Understand building blocks of innovation
  • Be familiar with processes and methods of creative problem solving: observation, definition, representation, ideation, evaluation and decision making
  • Enhance their creative and innovative thinking skills
  • Be familiar with creative and innovative thinking styles
  • Practice and value teaming, communication, and diversity
  • Understand risk taking, paradigm shift, and paradigm paralysis

PgC 504: Essentials of strategy (3 credits)
This course introduces the key concepts, tools, and principles of strategy formulation and competitive analysis. It is concerned with managerial decisions and actions that affect the performance and survival of business enterprises. The course is focused on the information, analyses, organizational processes, and skills and business judgment managers must use to devise strategies, position their businesses, define firm boundaries and maximize long-term profits in the face of uncertainty and competition.

Topic include: introduction to basic: generic concepts, hierarchy of goals: various levels, strategic analysis: internal and external, strategy development and selection: generic strategies, strategic options, strategy execution: concepts, tools and cases.

Course Objectives
The objectives of this course are :

  • To develop a clear understanding of the key concepts and principles of strategy formulation and competitive analysis,
  • To develop a set of useful analytical skills, tools and techniques for analyzing a company strategically,
  • To develop the ability to take a general management perspective in analyzing a particular company,
  • To develop the ability to think critically and strategically

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Define strategy, discuss the strategic management process, and analyze types of industry structures.
  • Select and apply appropriate strategic management tools to diagnose internal and external factors facing organizations.
  • Define competitive advantage and explain associated best practices for creating and maintaining advantages.
  • Explain the most commonly used corporate strategies and analyze alternatives for creating long term value.
  • Synthesize strategic management theory and concepts to explain

HOW TO APPLY
Send your CV along with copies of your certificates to richard@nibs.edu.gh Tel: +233 (0) 262 367 830

APPLICATION FEE:GHS 100
PROGRAMME FEE:GHS 1, 995.00

CONTACT

Mr. Richard Arthur – +233 (0) 262 367 830
Email: richard@nibs.edu.gh 

OR

Happiness Adeleke – +233 (0) 650 911 173 
Email : happiness@nibs.edu.gh

Application Form PgC