MBA Core Curriculum at American University’s Kogod School of Business

12 Jun

A successful business operations executive with significant experience in the field of property investment, Janet Ibru currently works as an executive manager with CASI Global Investments Corporation in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Prior to assuming this role, Janet Ibru received a master of business administration from the Kogod School of Business at American University in Washington, D.C. During her time as a business student, she focused her studies on global finance and international marketing.

The core MBA curriculum at the Kogod School of Business focuses on analytical skills such as accounting, economics, and quantitative reasoning. Students in the program also receive instruction in critical thinking and conceptual abilities such as decision making and strategic planning. Additionally, students have the opportunity to take courses at other graduate schools at American University, including the School of Public Affairs and the School of International Services. The program also offers elective courses in topics emphasizing particular business functions and industry segments, as well as courses with a cross-disciplinary focus.


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