Vision


To become a prominent and competitive study program in the field of technology-based business management by year 2030

Mission


  1. Carry out education and teaching in the field of Business Management by involving professionals in order to be in harmony with changes in the industry.
  2. Carry out applied research in the field of Business Management that has an impact on industry and the development of business science.
  3. Carry out relevant public service for community and environmental development.
  4. Nurturing the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation among the community.

About the Study Program


This program is prepared for individuals to have a comprehensive management and leadership skill, entrepreneurial mindset, and the ability to enhance Business performance through the use of technology.

CONCENTRATIONS

A. Human Capital Management and Organizational Behaviour

Change management which determines how an organization adapts and adopts the dynamic of business, plays important role nowadays. The need of professionals in the field that is able to handle the complex and changing organizational climates of business worldwide is growing. It requires knowledge of business strategy, business efficiency and human behavior. It cultivates a spirit of innovation thinking and problem solving skills. Students opt this expertise are prepared to identify business problems, situations and formulate organizational strategy.

 

B. Financial Management

New business ventures and startup companies are growing tremendously around the globe. Investments of these types of business have a great deal of risk and reward. The conventional financial analyst faces these challenges. New approaches of financial modeling, portfolio management, risk analysis, and strategies are required to respond the shift. This program is prepared for students who are looking for in-depth financial principles, theory and practice, prepare for financial innovative solutions to complex financial scenario, assess the relevant information from range resource and analyse and make judgment based evidences.

 

C. Marketing Management

Digital technology has impact on the way business is conducted, and changes the platform of competition. Eventually it influences marketing role in order for the company to sustain and grow. Managing marketing is a process involving planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of goods, services, and ideas to satisfy customer and organizational objectives. This specialization provides the students with expertise in the area of market research and analysis, customer analysis, consumer behavior, competitive analysis, product management, brand management, and advertising.

 

D. Operations Management

Global supply chain management has become a buzz word in this business era. The strategic role of operations manager is how to integrate and manage the operations starting from product/service development, selecting the right suppliers, scheduling activities, and deliveries. Managing operations is the key in controlling cost, quality and deliveries as well as value adding. Students opt this expertise are prepared to wide capability as operating manager.

 

E. Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to enhance business performance through the use of technology is our mission to train entrepreneurs and business leaders to drive economic development and to discover, create and commercialize new products, services and new market of existing products. The program is designed to produce creative individuals who are able to identify business opportunities through the invention and new idea in products or services. The program also nurtures self-confidence to actually create and grow entrepreneurial ventures which is established through the mastery of entrepreneurial skills.

 

CURRICULUM

 

CODE

SEMESTER 1

CREDIT

CODE

SEMESTER 2

CREDIT

CODE

SEMESTER 3

CREDIT

MMT4001   

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3

MMT4006   

MANAGERIAL FINANCE

3

 

ELECTIVE 2   

3

MMT4002   

ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS

3

MMT4007   

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND DATA SCIENCE

3

 

ELECTIVE 3

3

MMT4003   

STRATEGIC MARKETING

3

MMT4008   

STRATEGY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND ETHNICS

3

MMT4010   

MASTER'S FINAL PROJECT

3

MMT4004   

GLOBAL OPERATION MANAGEMENT

3

MMT4009   

MASTER'S FINAL PROJECT PROPOSAL

3

 

 

 

MMT4005   

HUMAN CAPITAL STRATEGIES AND ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY

3

 

ELECTIVE 1

3

 

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

15

 

 

9

                 


ELECTIVE COURSES

Human Capital Management and Organizational Behaviour Concentration :

Semester 

Course/subject

Credit

II

LEADING AND MANAGING CHANGE (MMT4101)

3

III

VALUE-BASED HUMAN RESOURCE (MMT4102)

3

III

STRATEGIC ISSUES IN HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (MMT4103)  

3

     

Financial Management Concentration :

Semester

Course/subject

Credit

II

TECHNOLOGY PROJECT FINANCE AND INVESTMENT (4201)

3

III

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (MMT4202)

3

III

MERGER & ACQUISITION AND RESTRUCTURING INI DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY (MMT4203)

3

     

Operation Management Concentration :

Semester

Course/subject

Credit

II

MANAGING TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (MMT4301)

3

III

GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (MMT4302)

3

III

INNOVATION PROJECT (MMT4303)

3

     

Marketing Management Concentration :

Semester 

Course/subject

Credit

II

COSTUMER BEHAVIOUR (MMT4401)

3

III

MARKETING FOR ENTREPRENEUR (MMT4402)

3

III

SELECTED TOPICS IN MARKETING (MMT4403)

3

     

Entrepreneurship Concentration :

Semester

Course/subject

Credit

II

START-UP AND CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP (MMT4501)

3

III

TECHNO-PRENEURSHIP IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION (MMT4502)

3

III

NEW PRODUCT AND BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION STRATEGY (MMT4503)

3

 

Professional Outcomess


This program is prepared for individuals to have a comprehensive management and leadership skill, entrepreneurial mindset, and the ability to enhance Business performance through the use of technology.

CONCENTRATIONS

A. Human Capital Management and Organizational Behaviour

Change management which determines how an organization adapts and adopts the dynamic of business, plays important role nowadays. The need of professionals in the field that is able to handle the complex and changing organizational climates of business worldwide is growing. It requires knowledge of business strategy, business efficiency and human behavior. It cultivates a spirit of innovation thinking and problem solving skills. Students opt this expertise are prepared to identify business problems, situations and formulate organizational strategy.

 

B. Financial Management

New business ventures and startup companies are growing tremendously around the globe. Investments of these types of business have a great deal of risk and reward. The conventional financial analyst faces these challenges. New approaches of financial modeling, portfolio management, risk analysis, and strategies are required to respond the shift. This program is prepared for students who are looking for in-depth financial principles, theory and practice, prepare for financial innovative solutions to complex financial scenario, assess the relevant information from range resource and analyse and make judgment based evidences.

 

C. Marketing Management

Digital technology has impact on the way business is conducted, and changes the platform of competition. Eventually it influences marketing role in order for the company to sustain and grow. Managing marketing is a process involving planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of goods, services, and ideas to satisfy customer and organizational objectives. This specialization provides the students with expertise in the area of market research and analysis, customer analysis, consumer behavior, competitive analysis, product management, brand management, and advertising.

 

D. Operations Management

Global supply chain management has become a buzz word in this business era. The strategic role of operations manager is how to integrate and manage the operations starting from product/service development, selecting the right suppliers, scheduling activities, and deliveries. Managing operations is the key in controlling cost, quality and deliveries as well as value adding. Students opt this expertise are prepared to wide capability as operating manager.

 

E. Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to enhance business performance through the use of technology is our mission to train entrepreneurs and business leaders to drive economic development and to discover, create and commercialize new products, services and new market of existing products. The program is designed to produce creative individuals who are able to identify business opportunities through the invention and new idea in products or services. The program also nurtures self-confidence to actually create and grow entrepreneurial ventures which is established through the mastery of entrepreneurial skills.

 

CURRICULUM

 

CODE

SEMESTER 1

CREDIT

CODE

SEMESTER 2

CREDIT

CODE

SEMESTER 3

CREDIT

MMT4001   

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3

MMT4006   

MANAGERIAL FINANCE

3

 

ELECTIVE 2   

3

MMT4002   

ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS

3

MMT4007   

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND DATA SCIENCE

3

 

ELECTIVE 3

3

MMT4003   

STRATEGIC MARKETING

3

MMT4008   

STRATEGY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND ETHNICS

3

MMT4010   

MASTER'S FINAL PROJECT

3

MMT4004   

GLOBAL OPERATION MANAGEMENT

3

MMT4009   

MASTER'S FINAL PROJECT PROPOSAL

3

 

 

 

MMT4005   

HUMAN CAPITAL STRATEGIES AND ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY

3

 

ELECTIVE 1

3

 

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

15

 

 

9

                 


ELECTIVE COURSES

Human Capital Management and Organizational Behaviour Concentration :

Semester 

Course/subject

Credit

II

LEADING AND MANAGING CHANGE (MMT4101)

3

III

VALUE-BASED HUMAN RESOURCE (MMT4102)

3

III

STRATEGIC ISSUES IN HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (MMT4103)  

3

     

Financial Management Concentration :

Semester

Course/subject

Credit

II

TECHNOLOGY PROJECT FINANCE AND INVESTMENT (4201)

3

III

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (MMT4202)

3

III

MERGER & ACQUISITION AND RESTRUCTURING INI DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY (MMT4203)

3

     

Operation Management Concentration :

Semester

Course/subject

Credit

II

MANAGING TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (MMT4301)

3

III

GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (MMT4302)

3

III

INNOVATION PROJECT (MMT4303)

3

     

Marketing Management Concentration :

Semester 

Course/subject

Credit

II

COSTUMER BEHAVIOUR (MMT4401)

3

III

MARKETING FOR ENTREPRENEUR (MMT4402)

3

III

SELECTED TOPICS IN MARKETING (MMT4403)

3

     

Entrepreneurship Concentration :

Semester

Course/subject

Credit

II

START-UP AND CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP (MMT4501)

3

III

TECHNO-PRENEURSHIP IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION (MMT4502)

3

III

NEW PRODUCT AND BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION STRATEGY (MMT4503)

3

 


1.    Entrepreneur/Founder and CEO at Tech Startup, as:

  • Start-up company owner
  • Business Consultant   

2.    Global Operations Supply Chain Management, as:

  • Procurement Manager
  • Warehouse manager  
  • Production and Inventory manager    
  • Supply chain Manager  
  • International Trade Manager
  • International Trade Consultant
  • National/International organization Staff

3.    Finance, as:

  • Finance Manager 
  • Investment Manager 
  • Corporate Finance Specialist
  • Merger Acquisition Analyst
  • Finance Consultant
  • Finance Analyst
  • Stock Trader

4.    Marketing, as:

  •  Marketing Manager
  •  Brand Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Promotion Manager
  • Relationship Manager

5.    Human Resources, as:

  • HR Manager
  • Compensation Analyst
  • HR Consultant
  • Compliance Manager
  • Business Development Manager
  • Business Analyst.

Program Leader


Dr. Anton Wachidin Widjaja, S.E., M.M.


News


15 Jul 2020

Leadership in Times of Crisis: The Inclusive Leader and Employee Well-Being

As a result of the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, almost all organizations and businesses have experienced difficulties. At times like this, the role of a leader becomes very important to ensure the security and welfare of its employees. This was discussed by Maria Jacinta Arquisola, MHRM., Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of Business, who is also the HR Specialist in President University Webinar Series 2020: Business Insights that was held last Wednesday (5/13).

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15 Jul 2020

Marketing Strategy in Times of Crisis: Change Your Production-Oriented Business to Market-Oriented Business

With the uprising uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are faced with grave dangers. The marketing strategy of business demands to be renewed and catered to the current condition to keep business well running. Regarding this matter, the Rector of President University, Prof. Dr. Jony Oktavian Haryanto who is also a businessman, shared a marketing overview of business in times of crisis.

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15 Jul 2020

Practicing social distancing in order to prevent COVID-19, working conditions in various offices or factories have changed. In the fourth edition od President University Webinar Series: Business Insights, Denny Makarim, Managing Partner of DHM Partners an

Practicing social distancing in order to prevent COVID-19, working conditions in various offices or factories have changed. In the fourth edition od President University Webinar Series: Business Insights, Denny Makarim, Managing Partner of DHM Partners and lecturer from of Management postgraduate program at President University, presented the material with a theme "Employment After COVID-19, Is It Fun?". He explained the employment relations and labor conditions that are happening in Indonesia.

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15 Jul 2020

Why Good Managers Make Bad Ethical Choices

In the middle of uncertainty situation, business ethics sometimes is forgotten. Lecturer of Master of Technology Management at President University, Lamhot Henry Pasaribu presented material with the topic “Why Good Managers Make Bad Ethical Choices?” at the President University Webinar Series: Business Insights last week.

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13 Jul 2020

Guest Lecture of the Master of Technology Management Program at President University Invited the Director of Standard Chartered Bank, Indonesia

To keep the students updated with current industry trends, the Rector of President University as well as the lecturer o fMaster of Technology Management graduate program, Prof. Dr. Jony Oktavian Haryanto, invited Yuwono Wirastomo, Director of Transaction Banking Cash Sales, Standard Chartered Bank, Indonesia to be a guest lecturer (17/6). Through this guest lecture, Prof. Jony invited practitioners to share the marketing practices in their company. With 16 years of experience in the banking industry, Yuwono explained the banking product strategy.

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