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MQM Course Contents

Contemporary Management (MG911)
The course examines the set of decisions and actions that result in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of strategic objectives designed to achieve a company''s mission. It comprises many tasks that would help in dealing effectively with everything that affects the goal of a firm.

Quality Assurance Concepts & Systems (QL912)
This course provides students with essential concepts and principles of quality assurance important before embarking upon implementation of a quality management system.

Statistics for Management Decisions (MG913)
This course presents the philosophy and analytic tools of decision analysis by narrowing the gap between theory and practice. The main aim of the course is to qualify learners about how to think statistically in order to take better business decisions and how to effectively communicate the analysis that led to the decision to others.

Competing in Global Environment (MG933)
This course explores major legal, business, financial, practical and ethical issues in International Business transactions with emphasis on the political economy of international trade and investment. The course also examines the strategies and structures that firms adopt to compete effectively in the international business environment.

Quality Management (QL921)
This course explores how quality management has progressed from an emphasis on the management of quality to a focus on the quality of managing, operating, and integrating customer service, marketing, production, delivery, information, and finance areas throughout an organization''s value chain. There is special emphasis on the latest areas that are critical to companies competing in today''s global environment.

Management Information Systems (MG922)
This course is designed to introduce learners to the significant concepts of Management Information Systems (MIS) for all business sectors. The application of information system concepts to the collection, retention, and dissemination of information for management planning and decision-making is examined. The role of MIS in an organization and the fit between the system and the organization is explored.
Statistical Quality Control (QL923)

This course investigates the use of modern statistical methods for quality control and improvement. The course provides comprehensive coverage of the subject starting from basic principles to state-of-the-art concepts and applications. Emphasizing proper methods for data collection, control chart construction and interpretation, and fault diagnosis for process improvement are critical for quality design and improvement.
Research Methodology (TH931)
This course provides students with the essential concepts and principles to conduct research work in the real world.

Customer Relationship Management (MK932)
This course provides a comprehensive and balanced review of Customer Relationship Management (CRM). It explains what CRM is, the benefits it delivers, the contexts in which it is used, the technologies that are deployed, and how it can be implemented.
Group Dynamics (MG937)
This course aims to learn how effective teams are built and the organizational value and actions that support teams. It also helps participants to understand and implement effective team techniques, tools and models to help team improvement.
Business Process Reengineering (QL936)
This course enables students to learn the most advanced techniques and processes for business reengineering. It demonstrates to students how to use this process to add value to existing business application and to business. The course helps students to understand the relationship of BPR, strategic business planning and change management Gain knowledge of the steps involved in BPR for any type of organization.

Advanced Topics in Quality Management (QL934)
This course explores the new trends in quality management nowadays with reference to the quality philosophies and concepts. It introduces the importance of organizational learning and innovation. It aims to provide learners a practical experience in developing and implementing a continuous process of organization assessment and improvement.

Business Continuity Management System (QME702)
This course provides students with the essential concepts and principles to implement Business Continuity Management (BCM) in organizations.

Project management and Scheduling (QME705)
This course provides students with essential concepts and principles of Project Management and different tools used in it.

Lean Management (QME706)
This course is intended to provide candidates a solid understanding of Lean thinking and implementation that helps organizations transforming into Lean Enterprises. The design of this course focuses on the integration Lean Principles and practices rather than just implementing individual tools separately. From a philosophical perspective, this course begins by introducing the basic principles and characteristics of Lean enterprise culture. From the practical perspective, it aims to equip candidates with the tactical knowledge required to adopt different lean tools and techniques in a holistic approach throughout the whole organization.

Six Sigma (QME707)
The aim of this course is to explain how to impact the company''s performance in each, by combining the strength of today''s two most important initiatives Lean production and Six Sigma into one integrated program. The course provides a step-by-step roadmap for profiting from the best elements of Lean and Six Sigma, this breakthrough volume will show you how to: achieve major cost and lead time reductions compress order-to-delivery cycle times and, battle process variation and waste throughout the organization.

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