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Study Plan

Techno-MBA 2Year Road Map

Techno-MBA is a 2-year full-time general MBA program.
Students are required to earn a minimum of 54 credits to complete the degree.

YEAR 1~2

1년차 Study Plan1년차 Study Plan을 봄 여름 가을 겨울로 나눠 안내한 표
Semester Spring Summer Fall Winter
Mandatory General
  • MGT503 Management Statistical Analysis(3)
- - -
  • Ethics & Safety (Research Ethics, Leadership, Human Rights & Sexual Morality) → Online Teaching + Test
-1AU(Non-credits)
Mandatory Major I (3credits)
  • IM561 Business Analytics(3)
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  • MGT627 Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneur(3)
-
Mandatory Major II (15credits)
  • PMB510E Leadership and Management of Organizations(3)
  • MGT520 Marketing(3) [Substitute: MGT624 Consumer Behavior(3)]
  • MGT542E Management Information System(3)
  • MGT560E Financial Accounting(3) [Substitute: MGT572 Financial Statement Analysis(3)]
International Field Trip
  • MGT591 Global Leadership Development(3) or MGT594 International Studies(3)
    [Substitute: MGT617 Business Consulting(3)]
  • MGT511E Strategic Management(3)
  • MGT514E Principles of Managerial Economics(3) [Substitute: MGT564 Microeconomic Analysis(3)]
  • MGT561E Corporate Financial Policy(3) [Substitute: FMB501 Financial Management(3)]
  • MGT593E Supply Chain Management(3)
  • Students are Recommended completing first-year
  • Students are required to complete at least 9 credits of mandatory courses (excluding international field trip) in English
Electives
  • Elective courses can be taken from your own program and other programs (Finance MBA, Information & Media MBA…etc)
Students are required to complete at least 3 credits of elective courses in English.
Research
  • Thesis: 6 credits
  • Non-thesis: Select 1 course from
    1. ① MGT900E Korean Business & Culture (3 credits, Spring) *Only 1 out of 3 credits is counted towards the 54-credit graduation requirement

    2. ② ② Internship (1 credit, Summer/Winter) Requires professor's approval prior to course registration
Thesis: Students are required to complete the course 'MGT609 Research Methodology'
Business Communications in English (BUS900-level)
  • Students are required to complete two BUS900-level English courses. This requirement is waived for students who obtain S (Superior) Level in the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) or who complete 9 or more credits as an exchange or dual-degree program participants.

Track

Marketing

This track offers professional marketing knowledge and the ability to put it into practice. In particular, it focuses on fostering the ability to objectively deal with data through the use of quantitative analysis and a number of case studies. Further, it aims to nurture marketing professionals that will meet the demand of the present society through helping students establish theoretical and practical competence in the field of Customer Behavior, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Hi-Tech Management.

[Marketing Track] (9 credits or more)

[Marketing track] (9 credits or more)[Marketing track] (9 credits or more)
Code Course Name Credits
MGT521 Marketing Research 3
MGT526 Brand Management 3
MGT621 Quantitative Models for Marketing Decisions3 3
MGT623 Promotion Management 3
MGT624 Consumer Behavior 3
MGT626 Marketing Channels Management 3

Accounting

This track highlights on corporate accounting and how can accounting system place impact on the corporate value and capital market in general. Further, it helps students acquire effective and efficient decision-making techniques by exposing them to the implications of decision-making process by the executives and policy-makers.

[Accounting Track] (9 credits or more)

[Accounting Track] (9 credits or more)[Accounting Track] (9 credits or more)
Code Course Name Credits
MGT572 Financial Statement Analysis 3
MGT644 Intermediate Accounting 3
MGT678 Management Accounting 3

Finance

This track focuses on understanding the various factors in financial management and studies on the structure of the capital and the variety of means to procure it. Further, it helps students develop a comprehensive understanding of corporate in terms of finance structure, investment strategy, and practical problems associated with hierarchical structure. Also, it examines on the financial institutions, finance product analysis, capital management, and risk management.

[Finance Track] (9 credits or more)

[Finance Track] (9 credits or more) [Finance Track] (9 credits or more)
Code Course Name Credits
MGT563 Investment Analysis 3
MGT569 Futures and Options 3
MGT661 Mergers and Acquisitions 3
MGT664 Strategic Fixed-income Securities 3

Strategic Management& Organization

The core of this track lies in cultivating highly-skilled professionals capable of comprehensively employing their overall knowledge of business administration (including marketing, finance, production, accounting, IT, etc) in establishing short- and long-term corporate strategies. For this reason, it places emphasis on the correlation and integration of management across many fields rather than delving into one specific field. Also, it conducts comprehensive study on the organizational structure and transition management within a corporate. Further, it aims to foster competent specialists of the future in the field of corporate strategy, management consulting, and corporate analysis & assessment by developing students’ ability to systematically comprehend the globally competitive corporate strategies; and the impact of strategic decision-making on the future corporate value.

[Strategic Management & Organization Track] (9 credits or more)

[Strategic Management & Organization Track] (9 credits or more)[Strategic Management & Organization Track] (9 credits or more)
Code Course Name Credits
MGT516 International Business 3
MGT532 Strategic Management of Technology 3
MGT595 Analysis of Chinese Political Economy 3
MGT599 Negotiation in China 3
MGT604 Human Resource Management Systems and Strategy 3
MGT612 Organization Management Strategy 1.5
MGT614 High Tech Management 3

Global

The requirement for Techno-MBA Global concentration is to take 21 credits of the Techno-MBA mandatory courses (including Mandatory General) in English. The rest of the elective courses can be taken either in Korean or English. Upon successful completion of the 54 credit graduation requirement, an MBA degree is conferred along with a Certificate of Global Concentration. Dual-degree participants will also be conferred with a Certificate of Global Concentration on their graduation upon request.

Green Management

This track provides the opportunity to enhance understanding on Green Management on the basis of basic management skills and knowledge.

[Green Management Track] (9 credits or more)
* In addition, the course ‘GG951 Green Project’ is required.
** The course ‘GG951 Green Project’ is not required for those who has presented thesis with a topic of green management.

[Green Management Concentration] (9 credits or more)Green Management Concentration
Code Course Name Credits
GG501 Green Business Theory and Practice 3
GG502 Climate Change and Green Business 3
GG510 Green Technologies and Green Industries 3
GG570 Green Growth Policy 3
GG572 Energy and Environment Economics 3
GG531 Green Accounting 1.5
GG532 Carbon Emission Trading Market and Carbon Finance 1.5
GG535 Valuation of Green Firms 1.5
GG540 Green Marketing 1.5
GG542 Green Innovation and Strategy 1.5
GG545 Green Value Chain and Carbon Management 1.5
GG551 Green IT and Smart Grid 3
GG552 Security for Information and Energy Infrastructure 3
GG571 Green Technology R&D and Green Industry Policy 1.5
GG604 Studies on Green Growth Strategy 3

Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements Table졸업이수 요건을 논문석사, 교과석사별 공통필수, 전공필수, 전공선택, 영어/기타,연구,졸업이수 학점으로 나누어 안내한 표
Mandatory General Mandatory Major Electives English Proficiency Requirements/ Ethics & Safety (Non-credit) Research Graduation Requirements
Thesis 3 Credits 18 Credits(Mandatory Major I- 3 credits
Mandatory Major II- 12 credits
International Field Trip- 3 credits)
A min. 27 credits
  • OPI Test
  • at least 9 credits of mandatory courses (excluding international field trip) and 3 credits of elective courses in English
  • Two BUS900-level English courses. (This requirement is waived for students who obtain “Superior” level in the OPI (Oral Proficiency) Test in English; or dual degree/exchange program
  • Ethics & Safety
    (Online Teaching + Test)
Thesis 6 credits & MGT609 Research Methodology A min. 54 credits
Non-thesis A min. 32 credits 1 credit or more

Course Offering

Can Search all courses offered by KAIST College of Business at http://cais.kaist.ac.kr/totalOpeningCourse

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Techno MBA Descriptions of Courses PDF Download
Contact : WONSHICH, KIM ( kwsh93@business.kaist.ac.kr )
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