Silvaner University



Master of Business Administration

Hollywood International University USA MBA is a non-traditional online environment over course periods that run for 8 consecutive weeks including mid-term exam and finals. Students may enroll at any time but must enroll by the first of each month that precedes the start of a new bi-mester.  All students who enrolled in the MBA program, as with any new student into a system provided by Hollywood University are required to take a one-hour no credit course in how to work and study. This course is designed to all students to assure that they understand of the online education process and for them to know that the university is ready for the rigor online education. The course is offered each month as a non-credit course.


Hollywood University expects their students after they finish their academic course to be;

  • Be able to know advanced leadership management of Organizations in the areas of Finance, Controlling, Human Resources and Staffing, Marketing, Communications, Technology Management and Organization Leadership.
  • To know the organization management principles.
  • Have the Knowledge management principles.
  • Be able to know Human-Resource management and effectiveness.
  • Know how to manage organization intelligence and decision-making processes,   organizational communication, team building, collaboration, and marketing,
  • Be able to Familiarize with the design principles for an organization’s Internet Technology and Social networking infrastructure and management.
  • Be able understand the implications of an organization’s changing ethos both within and externally among competitors and partner organizations.

The MBA Program strives to:

The MBA program strives to train and develop the skills of our future organization professionals in the field of business industry. It helps strengthen the ground in the area of entrepreneurship and helps you get an insight into the tricks & acumen necessary for competent handling of business. It gives productive environment for stakeholders as well as the members of the community.

  • Develop leaders
  • Be familiar with and capable of understanding the robust creation a healthy work environment.
  • To develop their communication and interpersonal skills.
  • To prepare the students to be a competitive leader in the future.
  • To maintain and continue to participate in a professional code of ethics.
  • Be able to solve and enhance their analytical thinking and decision making skills.
  • Improve on an understanding of the technical skills to run a successful organization

Student and Faculty Limitations:

Teaching faculty has five days from the conclusion of the course they teach to complete and turn in graduate student grades. Full time Students are limited to taking a minimum of two courses per bi-mester in the online program and three in the traditional ground program on campus. All grad students may petition the university to exceed these maximums by demonstrating a high degree of academic performance in previous graduate study either in the ground based program or the online program.

The MBA program full time student load of two courses per semester successfully completed will take a little over a year to complete, less if the student is granted waiver to add an additional course during the semester period beyond the first four courses. Part time students taking one course per semester will take approximately 1.5 to 2 plus years to complete their program. All Masters graduate students have up to five years to complete their program degree requirements.

Course of Instruction:

The following nine core courses are REQUIRED. Ethics education follows the model that includes ethics education case studies into each course being taught. To meet the contact hour’s requirements for the degree (36 Credits) and to provide the “emphasis” such as the Management/Leadership emphasis noted below, an addition three courses in the specialty areas must be taken. The list of five electives follows the Core Curriculum.

Credits Hours Required: 36 Credit Hours

Enrollment: Open monthly for new classes for upcoming Semesters.

Program Restrictions:

This is a non-traditional program designed exclusively for the adult learner. No student under 25 will be admitted to the program. There are no exceptions. Students whose native language is not English must demonstrate a minimum TOEFL 6 proficiency in the English Language to be considered for admission to the program.

Program Duration:

Graduate Program minimum duration – 12 Months

Duration of Each Bi-Mester: 8 weeks.

S.No.   Courses Credit Hours

01   IMSM 500, Navigation and Understanding Online LMS/CMS
02   ACCT 505. Financial Accounting
03   COMM 510. International Commerce for Control / Decision Making
04   BUAD 505. Management in a Changing World
05   BUAD 520. Financial Management
06   BUAD 530. Organizational Behavior
07*   BUAD 540. Marketing Management
08*   BUAD 555. Leadership and Change
09   BUAD 560. Seminar in Entrepreneurship t
10   BUAD 570. Strategic Decision Making
11   BAUD 590; End of Term Thesis


Bacherlor's Degree program

For Management/Leadership Emphasis Course Options


12   BEXM 505. Legal Framework of Decisions
13   BEXM 510. Organizational Development and Change
14   BURM 511 Research Methodology
15   BEXM 525 Corporate internal Entrepreneurship
16   BEXM 530 Management of Critical Resources
17   BEXM 585 Contemporary Issues in Management

 Other Graduate Courses


HIU Grad students may, on approval of the Academic Dean add other courses not listed in the catalog from other universities related to the MBA but not a part of the HIU MBA program and have the courses appear on their HIU transcript as transfer credits.

  1. The courses must be from a recognized accredited institution or an Approved BPPE California recognized university.
  2. The cumulative total of the course(s) may not exceed 15 credit hours.


HIU Course Substitutions

Although HIU  BUAD 530 Organizational Behavior is listed as a Core course, BUAD 535 Organization Theory may be substituted for it. Further, BFIN 510 Financial Analysismay be substituted for ACCT 505.

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