Business School - Master of Management
A Choice of Vision for Future Leaders

Overview

The Master of Management (MM) at UPH Surabaya is a 46 credit study program that can be completed in four semesters. It has currently five areas of study, namely: Marketing Management, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Educational Leadership & Management, and International Hospitality Management.


The courses for the first two semesters provide students with a strong foundation for decision-making, responsible leadership, and a comprehensive range of theoretical capabilities. On the third and fourth semesters, students move on towards their preferred areas of study to suit their specific career paths and to work on final assignment that wil prepare them to lead cross functionally.


The MM Program recognizes the dynamic of competition and alliances in the marketplace, leadership, distinctive competencies as well as challenging ethical and social responsibility decisions managers make operationally an

Goals of the Program

With a strong commitment to ethical behavior and sustainable business practices, the MM Program at UPH Surabaya seeks to produce top quality graduates who think with a global mindset and are able to generate results with honor and integrity. The program is designed to provide opportunities for students to acquire and sharpen competencies needed by busines and industry to compete and grow in a changing cross-cultural environment. Its learner-centered approaches provide the venue and enriching learning experience for students to benefit from a thriving network of professionals and academics.

Overseas Partner

UPH Surabaya has recently signed academic cooperation agreements with Dominican University of California, USA; Ming Dao University, Taiwan; and La Trobe University, Australia.

Core Subjects

All students, regardless of their majors, will take the following core subjects in their first year:

Semester1

Quantitative Analysis
International Management
Managerial Accounting
Managerial Economics

Semester 2

Marketing Management
Operations Management
Organizational Theory
Financial Management

Class Schedule

Monday - Thursday (four times a week)
New batch class starts on August every year, in addition applicants can also join on January.
*a minimum class of seven students needed to open a concentration

Majors and Areas of Specialization

Marketing Management

This area of study provides globally relevant skills and competencies in marketing. Students are expected to develop top marketing capabilities with professional qualifications of the highest standed. With a full-range of classroom and field learning experience that are available, students will be provided the opportunity to know, analyze, and apply cutting-edge frameworks and deep executive insights on the changing nature of marketing management theory and practice.

Financial Management

The world’s business finance community demands knowledgeable, well-trained professionals with expertise in financial management. This study area is designed to address and serve the needs of companies in the financial services sector; and those that serve as intermediaries between firms and financial markets. Students will be provided with a learning environment that emphasizes the theoretical foundations of finance and quantitative methods in financial management. These will also give them the opportunity to be engaged in applied finance research and modeling.

Human Resources Management

Organizations around the world aim to attract and retain the best qualified workforce. This area of study provides for an indepth examination of the theory and practice of the management of human resources (HR). It covers a comprehensive area of human resource management concerns that includes strategy and HR, recruitment, training and development, performance management, cross-cultural and diversity management, globalization and change management.

Educational Leadership and Management

Society recognizes the global significance of educational leadership and management. This concentration area is designed for those who are involved in or are expected to take an active leadership role in the management of educational institutions, processes, and systems. These include schools, universities, continuing education and training centers, manpower and executive development entities, and other organizations providing professional education. International

Hospitality Management

The specialization in International Hospitality Management focuses on the development of critical analytic and decision-making skills to prepare for successful management careers in international hospitality at the corporate and operational levels. These include internationalization, management of cultural diversity, business cultures, personal development planning, events management, economic & financial project appraisal, business process outsourcing, strategic alliances, value innovation and delivery in hospitality services, and application of appropriate ICT solutions

Curricula

1st Semester
  • Quantitative Analysis (3 credits)

  • Managerial Accounting (3 credits)

  • International Management (3 credits)

  • Managerial Economics (3 credits)

2nd Semester
  • Marketing Management (3 credits)

  • Operations Management (3 credits)

  • Organizational Theory (3 credits)

  • Financial Management (3 credits)

3rd Semester
  • Major Subjects (See Below)

4th Semester

  • Strategic Management (3 credits)
  • Seminar in Management (1 credits)
  • Final Assignment (6 credits)

Financial Management

  • Depository Institutions & Capital Markets (3 credits)
  • Risk Management (3 credits)
  • Investment Analysis (3 credits)
  • Financial Research Methodology (3 credits)

Marketing Management

  • Consumer Behavior (3 credits)
  • Service Marketing (3 credits)
  • Marketing Research Methodology (3 credits)
  • Strategic Marketing (3 credits)

Human Resources Management

  • Human Resources Management (3 credits)
  • Change Management, Conflic Resolution and Negotiation (3 credits)
  • Compensation Plan and Strategic Management (3 credits)
  • Research Methods in HRM (3 credits)

Educational Leadership and Management

  • Measurement and Evaluation‭ (3 credits)
  • Learning Theories and Teaching Concepts‭ (2 credits)
  • Philosophy of Science‭ (2 credits)
  • Instructional Desain‭ (3 credits)
  • Research Methods in ELM (2 credits)

International Hospitality Management

  • Hospitality Marketing (3 credits)
  • Research Methods in HIM (3 credits)
  • Human Resource Development and Business Cultures ‭(3 credits)
  • Operations and Events Management (3 credits)

Dean of Business School

Prof. Louie A. Divinagracia, M.Sc., DBA

Head of the Program

Dr. Wahyudi Wibowo, S.T., M.M.

Lecturers

Professors    and Lecturers

Prof. Louie A. Divinagracia, M.Sc, DBA
Prof. Adrianus Mooy, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Kuswara Setiawan, M.T.
Prof. Maria Rochelle G. Divinagracia, M.Sc, DBA
Prof. Dr. Marthen Pali, M.Psi.
Dr. (Hon) Jonathan Parapak, M.Eng.Sc.
Juanna Judith Huliselan, M.A, Ph.D
Dr. Kim Sung Suk
Prof. John J.O.I. Ihalauw, S.E., Ph.D.
Dr. Sabrina O. Sihombing, M.Bus.
Dr. Rijanto Purbojo
Dr. Wahyudi Wibowo, S.T., M.M.
Hastuti Naibaho, S.E., M.Si., Ph.D. (Cand)
Ronald Surjaputra, ST, MM, Ph.D.(Cand)
Abiegail Palinggi, S.T., M.C.E.
Lulu Setiawati, S.E., M.Buss.
Luky Patricia, S.E., M.S.A. (HumBis)
Oliandes Sondakh, S.E., M.M.
Amelia, S.E., RFP-I, M.M.
Yanuar Dananjaya, B.Sc., M.M.
Renna Magdalena, S.T., M.Ak.

 
Part-Time Professors        and Lecturers

Dr. Eko Widodo, M.Si., Ak.
Lena Ellitan, SS, M.Si, Ph.D.
Dr. Ir. Soenartomo Soepomo, M.M., M.Hum.
Budi Iswanto, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Dionisius Didik Sucahyo Oei
Dr. Slamet Riyadi, M.Si., Ak.
Dr. Christina Esti Susanti, M.M.
Yohanes Totok Sunyoto, S.S., M.M., Ph.D. (Cand)
Robby Sulistiono, S.E., M.M.
Ign. Joko Mulyono, S.T.P., M.T.
Evi Thelia Sari, S.E., M.A.

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