In continuation of Bachelor of Architecture which aims a providing general proficiency in Architecture, the IAU Master’s degree in Architectural Engineering has objectives that can be mainly categorized based on the academic taxonomy of educational objectives: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor. These objectives are to combine knowledge and skill in educations in a manner to graduate professional architects at the senior level.
Marketing MBA Program Learning Objectives
This program aims to educate employable graduates equipped with the required hard and soft skills, abilities, and competencies for performing operational business functions. To this end, the graduates are expected to be empowered to:
PLO1: Recognize and define the general concepts in business management (Management Theories, Marketing, Research , decision making, Strategic Planning …).
PLO2: Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of marketing principles (segmentation, targeting, positioning, …) as well as Marketing Research, Consumer Behavior, Advertising, and Branding as tools for professional marketing management.
PLO3: Apply the gained managerial knowledge and skills in effectively solving relevant problems in the field of business and creating value for the stakeholders.
PLO4: Utilize the knowledge of business relations in formulating effective business settings (negotiations, correspondence, B2X …).
PLO5: Critically analyze the marketing processes and relations between different factors affecting decision-making and trend-setting in marketing.
PLO6: Appraise the status quo of an enterprise both internally and externally with a focus on promoting the company’s position in the market.
PLO7: Design and create models and tools for implementing marketing decisions in the field of Product Development, Branding, Advertising, Public Relations, …
PLO8: Author a defendable dissertation applying scientific research methodologies to utilize the gained knowledge in solving problems and improving the existing solutions in the field of study through a theoretical, applied, or developmental approach.
The Master of Laws (LLM) in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a specialized masters degree program designed for UAE and Non-UAE trained lawyers with interests in amicable dispute settlement systems at both domestic and international context. Non Lawyers who aspire to acquire knowledge and skill in becoming negotiators, arbitrators, expert determiners and professional mediators are accepted in to the program. Community leaders, entrepreneurs, government advisers, Law enforcement agents, who aspire to provide a leading role in their respective organizations will find the program tremendously useful and important. The program is designed to help students understand the complex nature of disputes in general across public and private law dichotomy at both domestic and international levels. The program trains students to acquire the toolkit necessary to comprehend and solve complex economic and non-economic disputes at both global and domestic legal environments. The program is suitable for those who aspire to work in various government departments, private law firms, law enforcement agencies, Human Resource Departments, Private Consultants, Court or Arbitration experts, etc.
The Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) is a degree program that specifically targets corporate executives and managers who are already in the workforce. The EMBA program is similar to a regular full-time MBA in terms of content; except that it enables executives to work toward earning the EMBA degree while continuing to hold their existing full-time jobs. Typically, EMBA students are fairly senior in their fields and possess considerable work experience before entering the program.
The Master of Science in Computer Engineering (MSCE) emphasis is placed on current state-of-the-art applications including parallel computing, software development, image processing, artificial intelligence, information technology, wireless sensor networks, robotics, mobile computing, and automation. The MSCE is designated for preparing students to upbeat their competitors in the demanding industry.
Islamic Azad University is the third-largest university in the world as far as the enrolment numbers display. It is a non-governmental, nonprofit Iranian higher education provider that has been established in 1982 as the first private university in the post-revolutionary Iranian academia and in response to the then growing population of the country and the dire need for higher education. At the juncture of post-revolution times and the imposed war against Iran, the emergence of Azad University was of vital social importance. Much of Iran’s experienced workforce today has been educated and trained by IAU. To date, some 5 million students have graduated from IAU, and currently, 1.7 million students are studying at the university branches.
Over three decades and a half, IAU has ramified into 400+ branches throughout Iran and four branches abroad. All the branches shall comply by the rules, regulations, and bylaws stipulated and mandated by the Central Organization of IAU, headquartered in the capital, Tehran. The university receives no funds from the government and runs merely on the tuition fees and sporadic donations from the philanthropists.
Apart from the then social and cultural aptness for the expansion of IAU throughout the nation, one primary other reason behind IAU’s extensive growth lies in the integrated, centralized system of management launched and run by its first president, Dr. Abdollah Jassbi, who was in office from 1982 to 2012. Over the past six years, IAU has had five different presidents.
The incumbent president of IAU, Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Tehranchi, attempts to shift the focus at IAU from increasing the enrolment numbers to enhancing the quality of education and boosting the knowledge-based economy through creating a balance between the centralized and decentralized decision-making.
To facilitate and expedite the academic and administrative activities of the branches across the country, the university has delegated partial authority to 31 provincial secretariats for managing and monitoring the branches in their respective provinces. The international branches abroad are under the direct supervision of the IAU’s Central Organization and communicate through the Directorate for International Affairs. The academic issues, however, are communicated with the Office of Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies and its dependent directorates.Read More