The Master of Science in Organizational Excellence program provides graduates with a broad-based knowledge of Quality Management and Organizational Excellence at the macro and micro levels. Learners will be provided with a range of specialist management knowledge and skills to lead organizations where quality management plays a key role in business strategy. Inspired by different Quality Management frameworks such as European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) and Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA), this unique and pioneering program provides learners with a solid foundation to understand key business operations and functions and their underlying linking processes.
Upon completion of the MSc in Organizational Excellence, you will be able to develop a holistic perspective of business excellence. Learners can introduce and implement quality management tools and systems in the organization and will be able to lead their organizations to compete for various regional and international quality and excellence awards.
For an overview of core units and electives you can study in this course, please see study plan.
Accreditation: This program is accredited by the UAE Ministry of Education’s Commission for Academic Accreditation.
Admission Requirements: The applicant must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited Higher Education Institution with a minimum AGPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 Scale or its equivalent. Applicants from non-management backgrounds will need to first enroll and complete the non-credit foundation course Management Appreciation Program (MAP). For full admission requirements and transfer from other institutions, please see Admission Requirements.
Tuition Fees: AED 2360 per Credit Hour (36 Credit Hours)
For tuition fees and other academic program related fees, please see Tuition & Fees.
Also, all university graduates and professionals starting in management career paths such as administrators, managers, supervisors, inspectors and facilitators from the public, private and social sector organizations.