Academics

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Academics

Academics (4)

Monday, 11 May 2015 11:52

Academics

UAC School of Global Management aims to offer students an environment that promotes learning. We support students by providing them with a variety of resources to facilitate their overall learning process. UAC’s Academic Department focuses on hiring highly qualified instructors who facilitate challenging yet interesting courses that promote student knowledge.

The Academic Coordinator works closely with instructors to enrich course content and teaching methodology to enhance the student´s learning experience. The Academic Department focuses on the development of the student’s leadership and entrepreneurship skills.

Academic programs:

Undergraduate programs:

*Associates of Arts in Management

*Bachelors of Arts in Management

Graduated programs:

*Masters of Arts in Management

Monday, 11 May 2015 11:19

Academic Calendar

SPRING 2015:
January 12- May 2, 2015
 
November 3rd, 2014 Early Registration
November 10th, 2014 Regular Registration for the Spring 2015 semester
December 15th, 2014- January 11th, 2015 Open Registration (Degree seeking students)
January 12th, 2015 Classes begin
January 19th, 2015 Martin Luther King Holiday (No scheduled classes)
February 6th, 2015 Last day to drop classes with a 40% refund for regular spring semester classes.
February 13th, 2015 Last day to drop classes with a 20% refund for regular spring semester classes.
February 16th, 2015 Presidents Day (No scheduled classes)
February 23rd- February 28th, 2015 Midterm Exams and Evaluations
March 9th – March 14th, 2015 Spring Break - (University will be open / No scheduled classes)
April 3rd, 2015 Good Friday -  (University closed)
April 6th, 2015 Early registration  for Summer 2015 semester
April 16th, 2015 Regular registration for the Summer 2015 semester
April 25th, 2015 Last scheduled day of regular classes
April 27th- May 2nd, 2015 Final Exams
May 7th, 2015 Deadline (by 11:59pm) for instructors to submit grades

 

SUMMER 2015:
May 11-August 17, 2015

 
May 11th, 2015 Classes begin
May 25th, 2015 Memorial Day (No scheduled classes)
June 5th, 2015 Last day to drop classes with a 40% refund for regular spring semester classes.
June 12th, 2015 Last day to drop classes with a 20% refund for regular spring semester classes.
June 22nd – June 27th, 2015 Midterm Exams and Evaluations
July 4th, 2015 Independence Day (No scheduled classes / University closed)
July 10th, 2015 Early Registration for Fall 2015 semester
July 20th, 2015 Regular registration for the Fall 2015 semester
August 17th- August 22nd, 2015 Final Exams
August 27th, 2015 Deadline (by 11:59pm) for instructors to submit grades

 

FALL 2015:
August 31st-December 19th, 2015

 
 August 31st, 2015 Classes begin
 September 7th, 2015 Labor Day (No scheduled classes / University closed)
 October 2nd, 2015 Last day to drop classes with a 40% refund for regular spring semester classes.
 October 9th, 2015 Last day to drop classes with a 20% refund for regular spring semester classes.
 October 12th, 2015 Columbus Day (No scheduled classes / University closed)
 October 12th- October 17th, 2015 Midterm Exams and Evaluations
 November 11th, 2015 Veterans Day (No scheduled classes / University closed) Wednesday classes would meet on Monday November 16th, 2015
 November 26th – November 28th, 2015  Holiday Period: Thanksgiving
 December 14th- December 19th, 2015  Final Exams
 December 23rd, 2015  Deadline (by 11:59pm) for instructors to submit grades
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Graduate Studies

Master of Arts in Management

UAC School of Global Management's Master of Arts in Management Degree provides students with the conceptual models and tools necessary to analyze business opportunities and formulate entrepreneurial and managerial strategies. The program has a global and academically driven approach with a rigorously focused synthesis of theoretical concepts with a hands-on approach. The program would serve as the foundation for those who desire to lead businesses and organizations providing them with different contexts and a clear understanding of global economies. Students are equipped to enter the workforce at entry and management level position in fields such as, but not limited to: healthcare management, accounting and finance, organizational development, human resources, business marketing, executive and office management. The program has the following objectives:

  • To demonstrate the ability to apply managerial strategies.
  • To detect issues within a corporation and provide assistance in developing high quality solutions.
  • To analyze, prepare, and structure financial reports and projections.
  • To develop and write business plans considering the theoretical concepts and the current tendencies in the business world.
  • To demonstrate the ability to establish business relations with others around the world.
  • To produce strategic reports and intervene when corporations and organizations have issues.
  • To apply managerial skills and strategies that will effectively integrate the different components of a successful business.
  • To demonstrate leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
  • To exhibit social commitment to the community with a global approach
Monday, 11 May 2015 11:15

Undergraduate Studies

Associate/Bachelor of Arts in Management

UAC School of Global Management's Associate and Bachelor of Arts in Management Degree deliver candidates with a solid approach to global management studies. Focusing on the development of the student's leadership and entrepreneurship skills, this program seeks to deliver a strong theoretical base with a hands-on approach to business management learning. Students who successfully complete the program can work at a variety of job scenarios such as, but not limited to: healthcare management, human resources, organizational development, office management, executive management, accounting and finance. The goals of the program are as follows:

  • Identifying and actively working to resolve organizational issues.
  • Understanding, designing, and evaluating global management solutions for corporations.
  • Demonstrating critical thinking skills with the ability to identify logical fallacies.
  • Applying managerial skills and strategies to effectively integrate different components of a successful business.
  • Generating and interpreting financial reports.
  • Exhibiting social commitment to the community with a global approach.
  • Demonstrating leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
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