Executive MBA (Thesis/Non-Thesis, TR)Back
Head of the Program
Prof. Aydın Yüksel - Department of Management, Department Head
PProf. Suat Teker - Director of Graduate School of Social Sciences
Prof. Murat Ferman - Department of Management
Prof. Mehmet Kaytaz - Dean
Prof. S. Saygın Eyüpgiller - Department of Management
Prof. Dilek Teker - Department of Management
Prof. Mehmet Emin Karaaslan - Department of Economics
Assoc. Prof. Mısra Çağla Gül - Department of Management
Assist. Prof. Gamze Karayaz - Department of Management
Assist. Prof. Pınar Falcıoğlu - Department of Management
Assist. Prof. A. Hakan Yüksel - Department of Management
Assist. Prof. Y. Pınar Soykut Sarıca - Department of Management
Assist. Prof. Aslı Tuncay Çelikel - Department of Management
Executive MBA Program
IŞIK – Executive MBA offers professionals the opportunity to learn about the managerial traits required to create an innovative business environment. The design of the program enables students to develop skills essential to successful business management. The program provides exposure to contemporary business dynamics utilizing real-life cases.
Executive MBA (with thesis) is a 2-year program. To satisfy the graduation requirements, students should earn 24 credits by successfully completing nine courses (six required courses, two elective courses, and a non-credit seminar course) and a Master's Thesis. Students write a Master Thesis in the field of Business Administration under the supervision of an academic advisor and present their work in front of a jury at the end of the semester.
Executive MBA (non-thesis) is a 12-month program. To satisfy the graduation requirements, students should earn 30 credits by successfully completing ten courses (seven required, three elective) and a term project. The term project is conducted under the supervision of an academic advisor.
Who should attend?
IŞIK – Executive MBA is designed for professionals who aim to accelerate their career without their work schedule being interrupted. The program includes essential knowledge for professional from diverse sectors who would like to keep up with the current paradigms in business life. In-class discussions are particularly encouraged, as they are essential for taking multiple perspectives for business problems.