Below are other courses we offer at Highskies College
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Taking the MBA program with High Skies provides you with the needed skill to expand your upward career development and its attendant financial fortunes. You have a better chance of increasing your professional reputation, boost your network opportunities and provide the needed confidence to venture into new areas you have always dreamed of. And to help you contribute effectively in critical organizational decisions.
Why Choose This Program
Local and International Recognition: This program is recognized by the National Accreditation of Ghana, Affiliated to the University of Cape Coast. Program delivered by High Skies College
Admission Criteria: Our admission plan is simple and flexible. It runs throughout the year enabling students to join at different levels. (Please call our admissions manager for support)
Simple Learning alternatives: Students and Learners would have lectures once a month on the weekends. The rest are done online where necessary.
Affordable with flexible Payment Plan: Well fee plan that allows systematic payments
Business Law: The course provides the student with fundamental issues of the legal system and dispute resolution, and their impact on business. The major content areas will include general principles of law, the relationship of business and the Ghanaian Constitution, the relationship between law and ethics, contracts, sales, agency law, intellectual property, and business law in the global context. Students will learn to identify areas of legal liability and risk and how to minimize legal risk.
Accounting for Non Accounting Managers: This subject aims to prepare students for the use of accounting system of business records and summaries the financial performance and position of a business over a certain period of time. This information is crucial to various stakeholders of the business, who will analyse that information to make significant economic decisions. Topics covered include: The elements of the financial statements; The regulatory framework; Double entry bookkeeping; Recording basic transactions and balancing the ledger; Inventory; production of basic financial statement for external users; financial position; income statements, cash flow statements. Interpretation of financial statements.
Management Information System: The course provides the student with foundational information about management information system. It focuses on building competences in the core concepts in IT and developing frameworks and ways of thinking about technology in managing information in organizations.
To this end, the course emphasizes the development of insights into what, when and how IT can be used to transmit information within and among organizations in order to improve efficiency, differentiate markets and products/services, enhance performance in existing markets and create entirely new markets by changing the rules of competition. Issues to be addressed will also include the need for all managers to be involved in information decisions. The course also covers software and hardware components.
Financial Management: This subject aims to prepare students for effective and efficient planning and management of financial resources in organisations. The subject introduces how a manager can utilise accounting and finance systems in decision making. Topics covered include: balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, financial statement analysis, basic cost management concepts, basics of budgeting, working capital and current assets management, managing inventories, time value of money and valuing bonds and shares, risk and return of financial assets, basic capital investment issues, capital structure and financing including the cost of capital.
Entrepreneurship: The course aims to provide students with an understanding of the basic concepts, principles and techniques that entrepreneurs use to create new ventures. The course will focus on entrepreneurial process, as it unfolds through idea generation, recognition of an opportunity, and assembling resources to develop new ventures. Students would understand the legal, administrative, technological, marketing, financial management, planning, and project management issues that influence new venture creation. Finally, to prepare students with necessary skills to determine how to launch and sustain their own business ventures. This is an action – oriented course designed to meet the needs of those students who want to learn about entrepreneurship as well as those who are keen to start up a business. The course focuses on small and medium scale enterprises.
Organisational Behaviour: The objective of this course is to foster greater awareness of the behaviour of people and develop the necessary capability in managing them. It is also to appreciate the changing dynamics of human behaviour and its impact on performance in organizations. At the end of this course, students are expected to demonstrate knowledge about individual and group behaviour in organizations, understand organizational culture and the different approaches to managing organizational change.
Strategic Management and Governance: Every organisation is guided by the strategies set out by senior management and organisational competitiveness is directly affected by changes in strategy. Hence, managers at all levels need an understanding of the role of strategic management. This course provides an in-depth knowledge of the strategic management process and gives an exposure to the concepts and theories of competing in international markets. Topics covered include: strategy development; the external environment; an organisation’s competitiveness; generic competitive strategies; competing in international markets; groups of businesses.
International Business: This course introduces students to the international dimensions of business functions and operations. It provides an overview of economic, social, cultural and political/legal forces and factors influencing cross border business. The course exposes students to a global view on businesses, investigating why and how companies go international. The course also exposes students to the operations and challenges of Multinational Corporations and Enterprises in today's globalized world.
Human Resource Management: Human Capital is often considered as the single most important organizational asset and a potential source of competitive advantage. To manage the Human Resource strategically and effectively, students must be knowledgeable about the concepts, techniques and challenges facing organizations as they relate to the process of effective people management. Topic explores the relationship between employees and their respective employer in a way that fosters the attainment of organisational goals. Issues regarding compensation, performance, recruitment and selection, training and development etc would be discussed.
Innovative Marketing Management: The course focuses on finding innovative way of providing Marketing Management solution in an increasing competitive global environment. The course emphasizes on strong customer value, a new marketing plan and extended discussion of ethics and ethical values in marketing. It also lays stress on the development of new products as well as a description of product adoption, pricing and effective marketing communication.
Project Management: This subject provides the skills and knowledge required to plan, manage and close projects that achieve the goals and objectives on time, within cost and to the quality required, regardless of the line of business or industry. Topics covered include: project lifecycle; scope management and work breakdown structure; project scheduling using the critical chain approach; project resourcing; project control: managing project quality; planning and managing project risks; performance measurement and managing project teams.
Project Work: In this program requires student to conduct any business research of their choice related to their industry and present the finding. This course assists the student in defining the research question, design the method, plan and undertake the research project. The student would identify industry related problem, collect data, review available literature, analyse data and submit findings in a formal business research report.
This is a prerequisite for graduation. Student could start their research after their sixth course.
Welcome to the most prestigious MBA program in the Port City of Tema. To qualify for High Skies MBA program, the applicant should provide the following:
A good first Degree qualification from any accredited University or Any qualification from a recognised professional body or accredited institute whose qualification is deemed equivalent to a first degree
Applicant must have a minimum of two years’ professional work experience.
Students who wish to pursue MBA whose qualifications are in other fields other than business may be required to do a Post-Graduate Diploma before admitted into MBA Program
A copy of First Degree University Certificate
A copy of Original Transcripts
A copy of any Identification Document: Passport, Voter ID, National ID card. Current Resume indicating showing at least 2 years working experience.
Two recent passport photographs
15,000 PER YEAR
Pay fees in full and get 5% discount
Pay 40% spread the rest within 10 months
Admission : Ongoing 2021
GTEC - Ghana Tertiary Education Commission
UCC - University for Cape Coast
The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Award for Training and Higher Education, United Kingdom
National Board for Professional and Technical Examinations
High Skies College also known as High Skies is a private tertiary institution located in the harbor city of Tema. It was registered in April 2012 as accompany limited by guarantee and duly authorized by the National Accreditation Board to initiate and operate as a tertiary institution.
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