The Graduate School (GS) and College of Economics and Management (CEM) call for interested students to its Master of Management program. Graduate students have the opportunity to specialize on majors namely Business Management (MM-BM), Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship (MM-ABME), and Cooperative Management (MM-CM) depending on their career track and interest.
The Master of Management major in Business Management (MM-BM) degree program was instituted to respond to the rapid growth of industrial and non-agri-based enterprises in the Philippines, particularly in CALABARZON and the Asia-Pacific region. The program is aimed at developing success-oriented and socially-responsible managers and entrepreneurs who shall establish and manage non-agri-based enterprises into economically-viable entities.
The Master of Management major in Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship (MM-ABME) degree program is envisioned to produce graduates who will invigorate the economy by engaging in entrepreneurial ventures, creating jobs and fuelling the growth of the food and agribusiness system.
The Master of Management major in Cooperative Management is a a joint graduate program offering of the Institute of Cooperatives and Bio-Enterprise Development (ICOPED) and the Department of Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship (DAME) which aims to provide students with advanced knowledge on the functional areas of management, entrepreneurship and enterprise development in the specific context for the cooperative sector.
For more information about the program, you may visit CEM webpage at https://cem.uplb.edu.ph/.Admission and application requirements are available at the Graduate School (https://www.uplbgraduateschool.org/prospective-students/admission/0) webpage.
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