Program Structure

Core CoursesConcentration Courses

MM FEB UGM organizes lectures with a semester system. Thus, the credit unit used is the Semester Credit Unit (SKS). One academic year is divided into two semesters. One semester lasts 6 months. Semesters in one academic year begin in February and August.

The total number of credits that students must take to qualify for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is 44 credits, consisting of 24 credits of core courses, 12 credits of concentration courses, 3 credits of Immersion, 1 credit of Thesis Workshop, 3 credits of Thesis and 1 credit of Publications. Each Semester Credit Unit (1 SKS) consists of 16 sessions (including exams). One credit is equivalent to 50 minutes.

Core Course Curriculum

NoCore CoursesCredit
1Financial Management3
2Marketing Management3
3Leadership and Organizational Behavior3
4Business Ethics for Sustainability3
5Operations and Technology Management3
6Leadership Communication3
7Strategic Management3
8General Business Environment3
Sub Total24
10Thesis Workshop1
Sub Total8

Students can take a particular area of concentration by taking a minimum of 12 credits of courses included in a particular area of concentration.

Interest Field Course Structure:

1FINANCEMultinational Financial Management3
Financial Risk Management3
Portfolio Management3
Research Method in Concentration3
2MARKETINGBehavioral Analytic in Digital Marketing3
Marketing Analytics & Strategy3
Social Media Marketing3
Research Method in Concentration3
3HUMAN RESOURCE AND ORGANIZATIONStrategic Human Resource Management3
Leadership and Innovation3
Organizational Change and Development3
Research Method in Concentration3
4STRATEGIC MANAGEMENTStrategic Leadership3
Corporate Strategy3
Industry and Competitive Analysis3
Research Method in Concentration3
5ENTREPRENEURSHIPBusiness Creativity and Innovation3
Business Modeling3
Business Plan3
Research Method in Concentration3
6OPERATIONS MANAGEMENTStrategic Operations Management3
Supply Chain and Logistic Management3
Project and Program Management3
Research Method in Concentration3