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Bachelor of Management

The learning objectives of the Bachelor of Management (BMGT) program are:

  • to explain and apply the core management concepts such as decision making, human resource management, leadership and motivation, and global business and strategic management;
  • to provide a solid understanding of managing diversity, critical thinking, and managerial ethics;
  • to provide a solid grounding in the knowledge, theory and practice of general management.

At successful completion of the BMGT program, graduates will be able to:

  • describe the core concepts of management theory, knowledge and practice;
  • communicate on a professional level using modern communication technologies;
  • apply appropriate analytical tools for planning, development and implementation of strategy;
  • demonstrate managerial competencies for leading people and organizations toward organizational success in competitive environments, both local and global;
  • identify diverse managerial roles and exercise judgment in highly dynamic and complex business environments;
  • describe and apply the concepts and theories of ethics as they apply to the field of Management.

To earn the Bachelor of Management degree, students must complete 146 KIMEP credits or 240 ECTS.  

The following table illustrates the structure of the BMGT Program. 

Category of courses KIMEP Credits ECTS Credits
General Education  36 56
Program Foundation  68 112
Program Specialization  36 60
Final Attestation 6 12
TOTAL 146 240

 

General Education Courses (56 ECTS/36 KIMEP Credits)

The General Education component consist of two parts:

 (1) General Education Required courses (33 KIMEP /51 ECTS Credits), 

(2) General Education Elective Courses (3 KIMEP/5 ECTS Credits).

The following table illustrates the requirements of the General Education component of the program.

Code General Education Courses ECTS Credits KIMEP Credits Prerequisite 
General Education Required Courses 51 33  
GEN/IRL 1000 Modern History of Kazakhstan 5 3 None
GEN/OPM 1300 or
GEN/OPM 2301
Information and Communication Technologies or Business Computer Applications 5 3 None
GENXXXX Physical Education 8 4 None
GENXXXX Module of socio-political courses 8 8 None
KAZ/RUS2101 Kazakh (Russian) Language 1  5 3 None
KAZ/RUS2102 Kazakh (Russian) Language 2  5 3 None
ENG 1110/

GEN1010

Academic Listening and Note Taking  5 3 None
ENG 1120 Academic Reading and Writing 1  5 3 None
GEN/IRL 2500
or 

GEN/IRL 2510

Introduction to Philosophy or Principles of Ethics 5 3 None
General Education Elective Course 5 3  
GENXXXX General Education course  5 3
TOTAL 56 36

 

Program Foundation Courses (112 ECTS/68 KIMEP Credits)

The Program Foundation component consist of two parts:

 (1) Program foundation required courses (32 KIMEP /52 ECTS Credits)

(2) Program foundation elective courses (36 KIMEP/60 ECTS Credits)

The following table illustrates the requirements of the Program Foundation component of the program.

 

Program Foundation Courses

ECTS Credits KIMEP Credits  Prerequisite 
 Program Foundation Required Courses 52 32  
BUS4251.1 Internship Program I 2 1 30 KIMEP credits completed
MGT4251.2/

MGT4204.2

Internship Program in Management II/ Cases in Management (substitute) 2 2 60 KIMEP credits and BUS4251.1
ENG/GEN1100 Academic Speaking 5 3 ENG 1110/

GEN1010

ENG/GEN1121 Academic Reading and Writing 2 5 3 ENG 1120
KAZ2103 or RUS2103 Professional Kazakh (Russian) 3 2 None
FIN2105 Business Microeconomics 5 3 None
FIN2106 Business Macroeconomics 5 3 None
MGT3001 Principles of Management 5 3 None
ACC2102 Financial Accounting I 5 3 None
FIN3121 Principles of Finance 5 3 ACC2102
IFS2203 Management Information Systems 5 3 GEN/OPM1300/ 2301
MKT3130 Principles of Marketing 5 3 None
 Program Foundation Elective Courses 60 36  
XXXX Elective 1 5 3  
XXXX Elective 2 5 3  
XXXX Elective 3 5 3  
XXXX Elective 4 5 3  
OPM3131 Introduction to Operations Management 5 3 GEN2402
GEN2402 Business Statistical Analysis 5 3 MATH1202/

GEN1201

ACC2201 Management Accounting I 5 3 ACC 2102
FIN3101 Financial Institutions and Markets 5 3 FIN2106
LAW2202 Business Law 5 3 None
MGT4201 Strategy and Business Policy 5 3 MGT3001, MKT3130, FIN3121, ACC2201
OPM3011 Decision Techniques and Tools 5 3 GEN1201/

MATH1202, FIN3121

GEN1201 Mathematics for Business and Economics 5 3 None
TOTAL 112 68

 

Program Specialization Courses (36 KIMEP/ 60 ECTS Credits)

The Program Specialization component consists of two parts: 

(1) Required Specialization Courses (27 KIMEP credits/ 45 ECTS Credits) and 

(2) Elective Specialization Courses (9 credits/ 15 ECTS Credits). 

The following table illustrates the requirements of the Program Specialization component of the program.

Program Specialization courses ECTS Credits KIMEP Credits Prerequisite
 

Program Specialization Requried Courses

45 27  
MGT3200 Managerial Ethics 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3204 Human Resource Management 5 3 MGT3001
PAD3523
MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3208 Innovation Management 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3210 International Business 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3212 Organizational Behaviour 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3211 Principles of Entrepreneurship 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3213 Managing Change 5 3 MGT3001
MGT4251.3 Internship Program III 5 3 MGT4251.2/

MGT4204.2

  Program Specialization Elective Courses 15 9  
BUS4201 Social  Entrepreneurship 5 3 MGT3211
MGT3217 Building and Accelerating the Venture 5 3 MGT3211
MGT3216 Business Model Innovation 5 3 MGT3211
MGT3207 Managing Negotiation 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3205 Decision Making 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3209 International Management 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3215 Hospitality Management 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3216 Leisure and Recreational Management 5 3 MGT3001
MGT3299 Selected Topics in Management 5 3 MGT3001
MGT4210 Compensation and Performance Management 5 3 MGT3204
MGT4208 Training and Development 5 3 MGT3204
MGT4204 Cases in Management 5 3 MGT3001
LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices 5 3 MGT3001
LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work 5 3 MGT3001
LDP4202 Leadership in Action 5 3 LDP3201 and LDP4201
LDP4201
OPM3215 Business Time Series Forecasting 5 3 GEN2402
TOTAL 60 36

 

Final Attestation (6 KIMEP credits/12 ECTS)

The Final Attestation component consists of the following three parts: 

(1) Research Methods in Business Studies (3 KIMEP credits / 5 ECTS) 

(2) State Examination (1 KIMEP credit / 3 ECTS) 

(3) Thesis/ State Specialized Examinations (2 KIMEP credits / 4 ECTS)

Final Attestation Courses ECTS Credits KIMEP Credits  Prerequisite
BUS3300 Research Methods in Business Studies 5 3 Completion of General Education and Program courses
MGT4277 State examination 3 1
MGT4275/

MGT4280/

MGT4290 

Thesis/State examination (2) 4 2
TOTAL 12 6  

 

MAJORS

Students have the opportunity to choose one of two majors: 

(1) Human Resource Management

(2) Leadership

Human Resource Management (36 KIMEP Credits / 60 ECTS Credits)

Major in HRM will provide students theoretical foundations and practical knowledge in different functional areas of HRM responsibilities, such as (1) recruitment and selection practices (2) training and development at individual, group and organizational level, (3) compensation and salary administration and (4) conflict management, negotiation and industrial relations activities, with a strong sense of ethics and social responsibility. 

To gain major in Human Resource Management, students are required to complete the following courses:

Course Code Course

Title

ECTS Credits KIMEP Credits
All 9 Program Required Specialization Courses 45 27
MGT4208 Training and Development 5 3
MGT4210 Compensation and Performance Management 5 3
Any one course from:
MGT3205 Decision Making 5 3
MGT3207 Managing Negotiation 5 3
MGT3299 Selected Topics in Management 5 3
MGT4204 Cases in Management 5 3
TOTAL 60 36

 

Leadership (36 KIMEP credits / 60 ECTS) 

Leadership is one of the most critical functions that constitute the essence of management competence in modern organizations. It takes mainly strong leaders to prepare the organization to go through essential changes and help it effectively resolve all the difficulties on its way to successful transformation. The Leadership specialization is aimed to develop a new generation of tomorrow’s leaders who will be able to: (1) provide strategic vision to their organizations, (2) establish trust and commitment, (3) lead throughout all managerial areas of the organizations, (4) understand the present challenges and trends of the industries, (5) provide effective business solutions, (6) understand and inspire employees, and (7) understand personal capacities of effective leaders. This specialization is intended for highly motivated students who have capacity for leadership and determined to become effective in leading others. 

To gain major in Leadership, students are required to choose the following specialized courses:

Course Code Course

Title

ECTS Credits KIMEP Credits
All 9 Program Required Specialization Courses 45 27
LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices 5 3
LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work 5 3
LDP4202 Leadership in Action 5 3
TOTAL 60 36

 

MINORS

Minors for students of the Bang College of Business

Students are free to choose among different minors. They can also graduate without taking any minor. Graduating without a minor provides more flexibility in selecting elective courses because major requires students to take a particular set of courses.  

To gain a minor the BCB students shall take particular courses for a total of 9 KIMEP credits/15 ECTS credits. A particular course cannot be counted towards both a specialization and a minor.

Table below lists the requirements for Minors for the BCB students. 

Minor Area Code Course Title KIMEP Credits ECTS Credits Prerequisite
Accounting 

(any 3 courses)

ACC3101 Financial Accounting II 3 5 ACC2102
ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3 5 ACC3101
ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3 5 ACC3201
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3 5 ACC3101
ACC3110 Management Accounting II 3 5 ACC2201
Finance FIN3210 Corporate Finance  3 5 FIN3121
FIN3101
FIN3220 Investments 3 5 FIN3121
FIN3101
FIN3230 Financial Institutions Management 3 5 FIN3121
FIN3101
Information Systems in Business 

(any 3 courses)

IFS3202 Database Management Systems in Business 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
CIT1303 Information Systems and Networking 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
CIT3745 Information Security Management 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
IFS4204 Decision Support System 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
Computer Applications CIT2731 Digital Graphics in Business 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
IFS4204 Decision Support System 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
CIT3734 Web Technologies in Business 3 5 GEN/OPM 1300 or GEN/OPM2301
Management        (any 3 courses) MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation 3 5 MGT3001
MGT3208 Innovation Management 3 5 MGT3001
MGT3210 International Business 3 5 MGT3001
MGT3212 Organizational Behavior 3 5 MGT3001
Leadership LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices 3 5 MGT3001
LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work 3 5 MGT3001
LDP4202 Leadership in Action 3 5 LDP 3201                   LDP4201 
Human Resources Management MGT3204 Human Resource Management 3 5 MGT3001
MGT4208 Training and Development 3 5 MGT3204
MGT4210 Compensation and Performance Management 3 5 MGT3204
Entrepreneurship MGT3211 Principles of Entrepreneurship 3 5 MGT3001
MGT3216 Business Model Innovation 3 5 MGT3211
MGT3217 Building and Accelerating the Venture 3 5 MGT3211
Marketing  (MKT3150 and any 2 other courses) MKT3150 Strategic Marketing 3 5 MKT3130
MKT3201 Consumer Behavior 3 5 MKT3150
MKT3202 Marketing Communications 3 5 MKT3130
MKT3214 Brand Management 3 5 MKT3150
MKT4203 Marketing Research 3 5 MKT3150
Tourism and Hospitality Management MKT3222 Cross Cultural Tourism Marketing 3 5 MKT3130
MKT3221 Tourism Practices and Principles 3 5 MKT3130
MGT3215 Hospitality Management 3 5 MGT3001

 

MERIT CERTIFICATES

In order to be eligible for the merit certificates under each Bachelor program, a student must:

  1. Take a set of three courses, offered by the BCB undergraduate programs, in a respective area.
  2. Meet exit criteria of a minimum overall GPA 4.00 in all courses required for a respective certificate.

III. All prerequisites must be met (waive of prerequisites, concurrent registration, CSS courses as equivalence of BCB courses are NOT allowed).

Merit Certificate in Auditing (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
ACC4203 Auditing
ACC4209 Fraud Examination
ACC4216 Professional Auditing

 

Merit Certificate in Taxation (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
ACC3205 Principles of Taxation
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises

 

Merit Certificate in Corporate Finance and Investment Management (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
FIN4224 International Financial Management
FIN4212 Mergers and Acquisitions 
FIN4221 Investment Banking

 

Merit Certificate in Financial Institutions and Risk Management (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
FIN3230 Financial Institutions Management
FIN4224 Introduction to Financial Derivatives
FIN4232 Risk Management

 

Merit Certificate in Marketing Communications and Branding (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
MKT3202 Marketing Communications
MKT3201 Consumer Behavior
MKT3214 Brand Management

 

Merit Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality Management (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
MKT3221 Tourism Practices and Principles
MGT3215 Hospitality Management
MKT3222 Cross-Cultural Tourism Marketing

 

CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP

The purpose of the Leadership Development Program is to help KIMEP students develop the necessary skills to assume key positions in Kazakhstani business and government.  It focuses on the practical application of leadership skills, ending in a supervised internship.  Those students who fulfill all Program requirements listed below receive a Certificate in Leadership.

Certificate in Leadership (9 credits / 15 ECTS)

Required courses:
LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices
LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work
LDP4202 Leadership in Action

 

MANAGEMENT AREA

MGT3001 Principles of Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: None 

This course deals with the role and nature of management as it is used in contemporary business. The course will provide a systematic understanding of the core concepts of management theory and practice. A brief review of the foundations of key management thinking will be presented to set the context. This will be followed by an exploration of the environment for the managers and a discussion of the social and ethical issues, which affect managers. The diverse roles of the manager in contemporary business are then explored placing emphasis on identifying the key role effective management can play in developing successful organizations, private and public, large and small. 

 

BUS3331 Business economics

Prerequisites: None 

The course explains how the financial, organizational, market-related, and environmental factors impact corporations. Economic theory and quantitative methods form the basis of assessments on factors affecting corporations such as business organization, management, expansion, and strategy. Topic inlcude how and why corporations expand, the impact of entrepreneurs, the interactions among corporations, and the role of governments in regulation.

 

MGT3200 Managerial Ethics (2 Credits; 3 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

Ethics in management became popular and important concept lately. Different companies might have different ethical standards, but management ethics is almost the same in every industry. Students will learn that corruption is the abuse of power to achieve illegitimate personal gain. Bribery and corruption are extreme forms of unethical behavior. Wherever they do business around the world, managers must not only avoid breaking the law, they should follow high ethical standards. Ethics and appropriate behavior transcend all business activities and figure prominently in management decisions about financial performance and competitive advantage. An integrated, strategic approach to ethical, sustainable, and socially responsible behavior provides firms with competitive advantages, including stronger relationships with customers, employees, shareholders, suppliers, and the communities where they do business.

 

MGT3204 Human Resources Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course deals primarily with activities that directly affect how employees are brought into the firm and their treatment once they are employed. These activities include selection, training, evaluation, compensation, labor relations, working conditions, and related issues. 

 

MGT3205 Decision Making (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management 

The course focuses on ideas that can be used in business to understand decisions generally. The curriculum includes the concepts of rational choice, identity, appropriateness, and history-dependent rules. The course also explores how decisions are made in the face of inconsistency in preferences or identities. Prospects for decision engineering are also explored in detail.  

MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course is intended for future managers who require knowledge on how to motivate people, how to manage groups and use appropriate leadership styles. It is modeled as an integrated framework that consists of lectures and training. 

 

MGT3207 Managing Negotiations (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course deals with the art and skills of negotiating in various business situations. Cases involving and analyzing issues and problems ranging from sales and contracts to the most complicated issues of international business will be discussed. 

 

MGT3208 Innovation Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

The purpose of the course is to introduce students to recent, leading edge management thinking. A study of the most recent trends and ideas in management and their practical application is carried out. The course will include reviews of books by well-known management theorists and a critical analysis of the application of these theories in Kazakhstan. 

 

MGT3209 International Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course compares management styles used in various countries and the effectiveness of those styles on that culture. Methods will be contrasted with current management methods used in Kazakhstan to formulate effective methods for practical use. Focus is on the design of the organization; political, legal, and economic concerns; personnel issues; and, negotiating strategies.

 

MGT3210 International Business (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course involves study of the issues and logistics involved in conducting business in the international arena. Issues such as globalization, the impact of economics, socio-cultural factors, and economic policy are discussed in detail. The nature and economic role of the multinational corporation including the impact of legal, political, educational, and cultural variables upon firm performance and managerial activity forms the core of the course. Case studies illustrate managerial, marketing and financial and accounting activities, in the global economic space. 

 

MGT3211 Principles of Entrepreneurship (former Small Business Management) (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisite: MGT3001 Principles of Management

Lectures and case study methods are applied to investigate and analyze problems related to small business start-ups and functions. Included are: selecting a location, business planning, organizational control, finances, and other areas of interest to the small business owner. The course includes formulating a business plan. 

 

BUS4201 Social  Entrepreneurship (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisite: MGT3211 Principles of Entrepreneurship

This course is about the emerging and exciting field of Social Entrepreneurship. Students will

learn about creating a business that makes a difference and transforms society to deliver social impact. They will learn about inspirational stories of social entrepreneurs and how they have developed creative solutions to address social problems around them. Students will study the challenges social entrepreneurs face and understand the driving force behind their success. They will comprehend the complexity of social change and the value of social innovation.

 

MGT3217 Building and Accelerating the Venture (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisite: MGT3211 Principles of Entrepreneurship

The course is focused on the professional development of young entrepreneurs such as a start-up through mentorship, learning best and failed practices of existed entrepreneurs in Kazakhstan. The Building and Accelerating the Venture model is based on lean startup and customer development principles (i.e., innovative business models, scientific approach, hypothesis testing, minimum viable product, problem-solution fit, and customer satisfaction, customer discovery). The course invites guest-speakers from different units to have a practical guide about venture creating and accelerating.

 

MGT3216 Business Model Innovation (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisite: MGT3211 Principles of Entrepreneurship

This course aims to develop skills necessary to design and test innovative business models to establish a new venture. It includes analyzing existing business models and highlights the importance of innovation in business models for entrant firms. During the course, students will explore different examples of innovative approaches in product development, service delivery, production, customer relations, and value creation for competitive advantage. The course uses case studies, short lectures, discussions and guest speakers from the business community to share their experience and expertise with innovative business models.

 

MGT3212 Organizational Behavior (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

Managers get things done through other people. They make decisions, allocate resources, and direct the activities of others to attain goals. Managers do their work in an organization. This is a consciously coordinated social unit, composed of two or more people. These units strive to achieve a common goal or set of goals. This course develops a sound understanding of the human side of work and provides knowledge of the behavioral aspects of working in organizations. 

 

MGT3213 Managing Change (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course is designed as an introduction to managing change in organizations with an emphasis on the development of student capacity to understand the necessity of change in organizations. This is achieved by focusing on the conceptual and theoretical underpinning of change in the organizational context, analysis of how effective change management helps an organization gain a competitive advantage, and introduction of key change tools.

 

MGT3215 Hospitality Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course examines the philosophy and history of hospitality and the special characteristics of the industry. A broad overview of management styles, management and marketing theories and organizational structures is offered, as well as an introduction to local and international issues associated with the industry. This course examines hospitality specific issues such as yield management, services marketing, hospitality distribution channels, and service quality management strategies. 

 

MGT3216 Leisure and Recreational Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

Leisure and Recreation Management course deals with the theory of leisure (the time available to an individual when work, sleep and other basic needs have been met) studies  as well as the day-to-day practicalities of managing a recreation facility. The course introduces the student to leisure and recreation in society (role, concepts and principles), the relationship between tourism, leisure and recreation, including holiday, sports, basic concepts in outdoor recreation, outdoor recreational resources, recreation resource management, recreation in a changing world.

 

MGT3299 Selected Topics in Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

This course provides further study into various areas in management. Topics covered will change from year to year depending on the students’ particular needs and strengths. 

 

MGT4201 Strategy and Business Policy (3 Credits; 5 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management, MKT3130 Principles of Marketing, FIN3121 Principles of Finance, ACC2201 Management Accounting I

This course examines the enterprise as a whole including understanding how and why the various functions of a business are interdependent and need to be coordinated. The course looks at the environment in which a business operates its strategy, and internal administrative activities. The emphasis is on the kinds of problems and issues that affect the success of the entire organization.

 

MGT4204 Cases in Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management 

The course offers various advanced case studies on practical problems in managing the business entities.

 

MGT4208 Training and Development (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3204 Human Resources Management

This course will cover a comprehensive and wide range of issues relevant with employee training and development activities. It will discuss the issues to clarify the role of training and development in the management of human resources in the organizational contexts. Students will be prepared to plan and execute training programs for different levels of employees – including training needs assessment, learning principles, training methods, organizing training contents, conducting different training sessions, motivating trainees, and training evaluation methods. Further, this will help to understand the national HRD models and skills development programs in different national contexts. 

 

MGT4210 Compensation and Performance Management (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3204 Human Resources Management

The main objective of the course is to provide knowledge of performance management and compensation practices, and their role in promoting organizations’ competitive advantage. Student will be prepared to assume the roles of competent compensation professional by having a sound understanding of performance management and compensation practices, and the environment in which business professionals plan, implement, and evaluate employee performance appraisal practices and compensation systems. They will be given the idea of the context of compensation practice, the criteria used to evaluate employees’ performance, compensation system design, benefits, and other contemporary HR challenges that HR managers will face in the real circumstances.  

 

MGT4275 Thesis (2 Credits; 4 ECTS)

Prerequisites: completion of the General Education and Program courses

A thesis is a research work on a topic that is in the area of Management. Students will be supervised by faculty members in the process. Further details on thesis requirements are provided under the KIMEP University regulations on this matter.

 

MGT4277 State Examination (1 Credit; 3 ECTS)

Prerequisites: completion of the General Education and Program courses

Students are required to take the state examination in Management. Further details on this requirement are provided under the KIMEP University regulations on this matter.

 

MGT4280/MGT4290 State Specialized Examinations (2 credits; 4 ECTS) 

Prerequisites: completion of the General Education and Program courses

Students can take state specialized examinations under certain conditions. Further details on this requirement are provided under the KIMEP University regulations on this matter.

 

BUS3300 Research Methods in Business Studies (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: completion of the General Education and Program courses

This course aims to study the design, and the appropriate methods of research in business studies. It covers basic aspects of the logic of scientific inquiry, the main techniques and methods of research. The course provides students with an understanding of the relationship between research methodology theory, estimation method, and practice. The students will also be provided with an understanding of the use of the primary data generated based on questionnaires to examine business practices, and the secondary data to study the relevance of business and research methodology theory in the real world. The course also covers such topics as statistical concepts, probability and sampling distribution, correlation and regression, single- and multiple-regression, hypothesis testing, goodness of fit, analysis of variance, the problems in regression analysis and remedies and time series analysis.

 

BUS4251.1 Internship Program I (2 Credits; 2 ECTS)

Prerequisites: 30 credits completed 

The purpose of the program is to introduce various professions to the students and provide training in interpersonal and professional communications. 

 

MGT4251.2 Internship Program in Management II (2 Credits; 2 ECTS)

Prerequisites: 70 credits completed and BUS4251.1 Internship Program I

Familiarization with the organizational structure of the internship host-organization, with the area of its activities;   learning mode of operation of the organization;   learning the organizational documents of the organization;    acquiring the skills of collecting and processing of primary information in the field of management;    carrying out a comparative analysis of the organization; identifying gaps and suggesting the ways to improve the development of the organization.

 

MGT4204.2 Cases in Management (substitute) (2 Credits; 2 ECTS)

Prerequisites: BUS4251.1 Internship Program I and 70 credits completed

The course offers various advanced case studies on practical problems in managing the business entities.

 

MGT4251.3 Internship Program in Management III (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT4251.2 Internship Program in Management II or MGT4204.2 Cases in Management (substitute)

The consolidation and intensification of theoretical knowledge and skills acquired by students through the process of theoretical learning; the formation of professional competence; the familiarization with real industrial, technological, and organizational processes going on at the place of internship; the mastering of the profession’s basics  in the operational sphere: the familiarization with and acquirement of the methodology and technology of professional problem-solving; the collection of the necessary for the preparation and compilation of the internship report materials. 

 

LEADERSHIP AREA

LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

The course is intended for highly motivated students who have capacity for leadership and determined to become effective in leading others. It is modeled as an integrated framework that consists of the best leadership practices presentations and lectures. The students will be exposed to learning first-hand experience of great leaders from industry, government and various social sector enterprises. 

 

LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: MGT3001 Principles of Management

The main objective of this course is to equip students with tools necessary for analyzing leadership activities within the organizations. The course will also introduce contemporary leadership concepts and practices through delivering guest lectures and simulating leadership exercises. Students will learn major approaches to leading people that will serve as the basis for future organizational success. 

 

LDP4202 Leadership in Action (3 Credits; 5 ECTS)

Prerequisites: LDP 3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices and LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work

Provided with general guidelines, students will be involved in case studies and projects in area of their specialization. This course will give the opportunity to apply and polish the knowledge received in previous two courses. Students will also be required to develop their leadership competencies and provide sound solutions for managerial challenges. 

Scholarship opportunities

There are many opportunities for merit-based scholarships for Kazakhstani and international students.
While studying at KIMEP University, students may also apply for part-time positions available on the University campus.

Contact the Office of Financial Aid, if you would like to apply for scholarship.

Tuition & Fees

Ho Young Lee (3)

Jay Hoyoung Lee, Ph.D.

Dean of the Bang College of Business
Associate Professor of Marketing

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Research and Publications:

A Study on Customer Churn Prediction Model for Customer Relationship Management by Life Insurers, Journal of Korean Insurance Academic Society, 2006


Monowar Mahmood (2)

Monowar Mahmood, Ph. D.

Professor

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Professor of Management at Bang College of Business, KIMEP University. He completed Ph.D. in Management Science from Manchester Business School (AACSB, EQUIS, & AMBA accredited), University of Manchester, UK; MA in Human Resource Management from University of Leeds (AACSB, EQUIS, & AMBA accredited), UK;  MBA from Saint Mary’s University (AACSB, EQUIS, & AMBA accredited), Canada.

Dr. Mahmood has numerous peer reviewed articles and 5 book chapters published by different international publishers. His articles published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, Education + Training, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Emerging Markets and other ranked journals. Book chapters are published by Routledge, UK; Springer, UK; and Business Expert Press, USA.

Research and Publications:

Dr. Mahmood has numerous peer reviewed articles and 5 book chapters published by different international publishers. His articles published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, Education + Training, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Emerging Markets and other ranked journals. Book chapters are published by Routledge, UK; Springer, UK; and Business Expert Press, USA.


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Dewan Md Zahurul Islam, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

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Dr. Dewan  Md Zahurul Islam FCILT is the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs at Bang College of Business, KIMEP University. Previously he worked as a Senior Researcher cum lecturer in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management field at University of Newcastle upon Tyne (a Russel Group University), UK for 12 years and 8 months. He achieved PhD from Plymouth University, UK in April 2005 in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management. I was graduated with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering (distinction), followed by an MSc in Port Management. I achieved a Postgraduate Certificate Course (one yearlong study) in Economics from Dhaka University.

Since October 2010, he is the Fellow, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), UK. In addition, he is the Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy since 14 June 2018. He is the member of Editorial Board of the European Transport Research Review journal. Guest Editor, Special Issue – The Future of Rail Freight Transport and Logistics, European Transport Research Review (ETRR) Journal, 2015. I was the Executive Board Member of the completed project (October 2013 to September 2017) CAPACITY4RAIL funded by the European Commission under FP7. I was the Principal Investigator (PI) for number of projects including Shift2Rail ‘Cross-Cutting Activities – Long-term needs and socio-economic research’ and ‘Cross-Cutting Activities – Human Capital’ projects funded under Horizon 2020.

He authored and co-authored many peer-reviewed, high impact, journal and conference papers, some are noted here, and book chapters and many public and confidential reports and deliverables. Currently his Google Scholar High Index stands at 11, I-10 index at 12 and Scopus High Index at 7. He has experience of working in developed and developing countries with colleagues coming from different background and ethnicity from all over the world.


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Michael Conrad, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

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Name Michael Conrad
Position Associate Professor of Management
Contact detail conrad@kimep.kz
Education background Ph.D. (Management), Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA

M.S. (Applied Psychology), Stevens Institute of Technology

B.S. (Psychology), St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Overview I am currently not qualified to be a dissertation/thesis supervisor because I lack research design and data analysis/statistical skills.  However, I might be willing to serve as a member on a dissertation/thesis committee if the student has a minimum score of 100 on the TOEFL CBT and a minimum score of 5.0 on the Test of Written English (TWE).
Research interest ·         Ethical leadership
Publications Articles

·         Conrad, M.  Ethical Leadership across Cultures: Where is the Moral Manager? Vol. 3, International Journal of Research in Management (May 2013), 10-19.

·          Conrad, M.  The Relationship between Ethical Leadership and Moral Attentiveness:  An Exploratory Study.  Vol. 2,  International Journal of Research in Management (March 2013), 193-201.

·         Conrad, M.  Ethical leadership in Kazakhstan: An Exploratory Study. Vol. 6, Journal of Values-Based Leadership (Winter/Spring, 2013), 10-20.

Conference Presentation

·         Is Ethical Leadership and Ethical Work Context Related to Social Capital in a Corrupt Country?  European Business Ethics Network, Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2015.

 

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Principles of Management

·         Leadership and Motivation

·         Management Ethics


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Yuliya Frolova, DBA

Associate Professor

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Name Yuliya Frolova
Position Associate Professor of Management
Email address frolova@kimep.kz
Education background DBA KIMEP University

MBA KIMEP University

BSC KIMEP University

Overview Dr. Yuliya Frolova is Associate Professor at the Bang College of Business, KIMEP University, Almaty city, Republic of Kazakhstan. In the academic year 2017-2018, she was an Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs at the Bang College of Business. Previously she was a Chair of Management and Marketing Department for 1.5 years.

 

Dr. Yuliya Frolova also serves as IMA (Institute of Management Accountants, USA) Campus Advocate for KIMEP University. Campus Advocates are committed to understanding and conveying the benefits of IMA membership to students majoring in accounting, finance, and information technology to prepare them for successful careers in the field of managerial finance and accounting.

 

In Fall 2013, Dr. Yuliya Frolova taught management and accounting as a Visiting Assistant Professor at  Monfort College of Business, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley city, USA.

 

Dr. Yuliya Frolova holds DBA degree with major in management and minors in accounting and business law; MBA degree with majors in accounting and finance; and BSC degree in Business Administration with major in accounting. She also has professional qualifications in accounting for her knowledge of international accounting theory and practice and her relevant work experience in this field: Certified Management Accountant (CMA), USA; Professional Accountant, Russia; and Certified Accounting Practitioner (CAP), Kazakhstan.

 

Dr. Yuliya Frolova has been judged by KIMEP University to be academically qualified in management and professionally qualified in accounting under the AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) guidelines. She teaches a variety of courses in management and accounting at undergraduate and graduate levels. Her mission is to constantly obtain new knowledge and to share it through teaching and research.

 

Research Interests Professor Frolova’s primary research interest focuses on studying the influence of personality on various work-related outcomes.
Publications ·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W.  (2017). Toward an Understanding of the Failure of Talent Identification Initiatives in the African Public Sector. Journal of Management Policy and Practice (ISSN:1913-8067), 18(1): 102-113.

·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W.  (2016). Retaining leadership talent in the African public sector: An assessment of the HR challenge. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics (ISSN: 1913-8059), 13(3): 67-78.

·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W. (2016). Perceptions, Antecedents and Consequents of Employee Engagement Initiatives in Australian Organizations. American Journal of Management (ISSN: 2165-7998), 16(1): 42-53.

·         Frolova, Y. and Mahmood, M. (2016). Employee Duty Orientation in Kazakhstan: A Multi-Level Analysis. Presentation made at the KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2016), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 8-9, 2016.

·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W. (2016). Workplace Diversity Management in Australia: What do Managers Think and What are Organisations Doing? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 35(2): 81-98. (Publisher: Emerald; listed in SSCI, Scopus)

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2015). Accounting Disclosures on Fair Value Valuations: The Material Misstatement Threats Facing Board of Directors in Kazakhstan. AFBE Journal, 8(2): 90-107. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2015). An Exploratory Comparison of Personal Values of Young People in Kazakhstan and the USA. Bulletin of Turan University, 2(66): 272 – 277 (In 2015, the Journal is in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. ISBN 1562-2959).

·         Frolova, Y. (2015). What Job Will Bring Satisfaction for Young People in Developed Economy with Individualistic Culture and in Developing Economy with Collectivistic Culture? An Exploratory Comparative Analysis. Proceedings from XII KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2015), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 3-4, 2015: 148-163.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). What Job Will Bring Satisfaction? An Analysis Based on Responses of Students Studying Business in Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Business and Management, 2(2): 25-49. DOI: 10.15604/ejbm.2014.02.02.00x (Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). Work-Related Ethical Perceptions and Choices of Students Studying Business in Kazakhstan and in the USA: An Exploratory Comparative Analysis. Bulletin of Turan University, 3(63): 219 – 224. (In 2014, the Journal is in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. ISBN 1562-2959).

·         Soltwisch, B., Iyer, V., and Frolova, Y. (2014). The Influence of Emotional Intelligence on the Adjustment and Performance of Exchange Students. 2nd International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 16-19, 2014.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). An Exploratory Comparison of Attitude-Based Leadership Styles of Young People in the United States of America and in Kazakhstan. AFBE Journal, 7(1): 62-77. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). Student Contributions to the Teaching of Ethics in Business Classes. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 43 – 52). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). The Instructional Value of Case Studies Written for Students in Central Asian Universities. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 121 – 130). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). The Benefits of Student Participation in the Grading of Group Presentations. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 187 – 194). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). The Importance of Seeking Student Input To Improve Teaching Methods. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 195 – 206). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. and Soltwisch, B. (2013). An Exploratory Study on Measuring the Level of Emotional Intelligence of Young People Studying Business in USA.  Proceedings from the 1st Human and Social Sciences at the Common Conference (HASSACC-2013), Slovak Republic, November 18-22: 113-118.

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2013). The Reliable Relevance of Bank Financial Statements in Kazakhstan: The Fair Value Challenge for Auditors. AFBE Journal, 6(2): 122-139. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2013). An Exploratory Study of Prevailing Leadership Styles of Kazakhstan Students Majoring in Management and Students Majoring in Accounting. KAFU (Kazakh-American Free University) Academic Journal, 1, 66 – 70.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2013). Evidence of Psychological Traps Presence in Financial Reporting. Journal of Economy, Business and Financing, 1/2013, 1-7. (ISSN: 1339-3723. Publisher: Thomson Ltd., Zilina, Slovakia.)

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2013). Accounting for Good Governance: The Fair Value Challenge. Corporate Governance, 13(3), 199-219. (ISSN: 1472-0701. Publisher: Emerald; listed in SSCI, SCOPUS )

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2013). The Hierarchical Civil Servant, Administrative Theory & Praxis, 35(2), 199-219. (ISSN: 1084-1806. Publisher: M.E. Sharper, Armonk NY, USA.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2013). An Insight into Attitude-Based Leadership Styles of Young People in Kazakhstan: A BSC Perspective.  AFBE Journal, 6(1): 74-87. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2013). An Inquiry of Personal Values of Business Students in Kazakhstan. Asian Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 2(12): 13-30. (ISSN: 2047-2528. Listed in CABELLS Directory and GALE CENGAGE Learning.)

·         Erdener, C. and Frolova, Y. (2013). Managerial Ethics Research: Issues for Accounting in Kazakhstan. International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, June 15-17, 2013.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2013). Kazakhstani Business Student Work-Related Ethical Perceptions and Choices: An Exploratory Analysis.  Proceedings from X KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2013), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 4-6, 2013.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). Positive Organizational Behavior: Its Relevance and Transferability to Kazakhstan.  KAFU (Kazakh-American Free University) Academic Journal, 3, 188 – 191. (In 2012, the Journal was in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.)

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). Positive Organizational Behavior: It’s Application to Kazakhstan. KAFU (Kazakh-American Free University) Academic Journal, 3, 198 – 201. (In 2012, the Journal was in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.)

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). An Exploratory Analysis of Business Student Perception of Ethics: A B.Sc. Perspective. Bulletin of UIB (University of International Business), 4(26): 120 – 122. (In 2012, the Journal was in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.)

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). An Epistemological Challenge of Psychological Traps Presence in Financial Reporting.  Proceedings from the 1st Virtual International Conference on Advanced Research in Scientific Areas (ARSA-2012), Slovakia, December 3-7: 67-71.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). An Epistemological Challenge for Fair Value Accounting: The Classification of Financial Instruments for the Purpose of the Fair Value Estimation by Kazakhstan’s Banking Industry. Proceedings from IX KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2012), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 19-21: 19-24.

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2011). Existential Poverty: Welfare Dependency, Learned Helplessness and Psychological Capital. Poverty & Public Policy, 3(2), DOI: 10.2202/1944-2858.1158. (Online ISSN: 1944-2858. Wiley Online Library.)

·         Erdener, C. and Frolova, Y. (2010). An Exploratory Study of Some Possible Attitudinal and Cultural Antecedents of Accounting Fraud Risk in Kazakhstan. Proceedings from VII KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRK-2010), Almaty, Kazakhstan.

·          Leonard, J. and Frolova Y. (2007). A Regression Analysis of Kazakhstan’s Pension Funds. Caspian Digest May.

·         Leonard, J. and Frolova Y. (2006). Accounting: Kazakh Needs for IAS. Business Leadership in Central Asia, H. Gaggiotti (Ed), Almaty, Kazakhstan: Caspian Academic Press.

Teaching Courses taught at executive MBA level:

·         Organizational Behavior and Development

Courses taught at graduate (master) level:

·         MGT5201/MGT5101 Organizational Behavior and Leadership Ethics

·         MGT5200 Business Communication

·         ACC5203 Financial Reporting and Management Control

·         ACC5212 Financial Statement Analysis

·         FIN5113.1 Financial Reporting and Analysis

·         FIN5113.2 Financial Reporting and Analysis

Courses taught at undergraduate (bachelor) level:

·         MG3299.12 Selected Topics in Management: Management of Organizations

·         MGT3212 Organizational Behavior

·         MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation

·         MGT3205 Decision Making

·         MGT3201 Business Communication

·         MGT4203 Performance Management

·         MGT4204 Cases in Management

·         ACC1201 Financial Accounting I

·         ACC1202 Financial Accounting II

·         ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I

·         ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II

·         ACC2201 Management Accounting I

·         ACC3110 Management Accounting II

 

Awards ·         Certificate of Service Excellence awarded for the academic year 2004 – 2005 for preeminence in academic development and services at the College of Continuing Education (currently: Executive Education Center), KIMEP


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Alma Alpeissova, DBA

Assistant Professor

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Address:

4 Abai Ave. Office 326

Almaty – 050010, Kazakhstan

Tel.: (+ 7 727) 2704440 (ext. 2143)

(+7 701) 720 60 27

E-mail: alpeis@kimep.kz

alma.alpeissova@gmail.com

 

EDUCATION

 

Columbia University

Graduate School of Arts and

Sciences, Department of Sociology

MA Research Thesis:

 

GPA:

Awards:

 

New York, NY, MA (Master of Arts), May 2001

1. Human Resource Development

2. Managing Change

3.53/4.00

‘Bolashak’ Scholarship of the President of                 Kazakhstan

 

Kazakh State National University

Faculty of Economics and Sociology

Department of Sociology

Diploma thesis:

GPA:

Awards:

Almaty, Kazakhstan, Diploma with Honors

(5- year course), September 1991 – June 1996

 

Modern Theories of Motivation

4.89/5.00

Honor Certificate from the Ministry of Education of Kazakhstan at Student Scientific Conference for the Research Paper ‘Motivation of work in Modern Organizations’

 

 

Professional Experience 

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration

University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA, USA

AES – Emerging Leaders Program Certificate

January 22 – February 3, 2006

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

KIMEP University

Bang College of Business

KIMEP Leadership Development Program

 

Executive Education Center

Executive MBA 

 

 

KIMEP University

Bang College of Business

Management and Marketing Department

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Program Instructor

January 2010 – present

 

Position: Senior Lecturer

Courses delivered: Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Ethics

Spring 2012 – present

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Senior Lecturer

August 2003 – present

 

 

AES Corporation

Leadership Learning Center

 

Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan

Position: Corporate Trainer

September 2006 – May 2007

 

KIMEP University

Center for Executive Education and Professional Development

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Part-time Instructor

Seminars delivered:

Power and Influence

Human Resources Management

Effective Leadership

Key Management Skills

Business Communication

Time Management

Leadership and Motivation

Performance Appraisal

December 2005 – July  2010

 

UNDP Kazakhstan

 

Astana, Kazakhstan

Position: Consultant

Project “Medium Term Recommendations on Reform of State Management ”

June 2002 – July 2003

 

JSC “Astana-Holding”

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: HR Department Director

March 2002 – June 2002

 

Columbia University

Mailman School of Public Health

Department of Epidemiology

New York, NY

Position: Research Assistant

The National Collaborative Prenatal Project

May 2001 – February 2002

 

Suleyman Demirel University

Faculty of Economics

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Lecturer

October 1999 – July 2000

 

 

Research Profile

Alma Alpeissova

Senior Lecturer, Bang College of Business

MA (Columbia University, NYC, USA)

Research area and interests: Strategic Human Resources Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Motivation, Innovation Management, Labor Economics, Change Management

 

Main Publications:

Gurumurthy, K., Gupta, D., Alpeissova, A.,  Gimranova, D., (2011).The Effect of Direct Advertising to Consumers (DTCA) on Market Share and Quantity in Pharmaceutical Drugs and Consumer Welfare.47th Annual MBAA International Conference, Chicago.

This research paper has been judged to be “2011 Best Paper Award in Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmaceutical Industry and Wellness Track”.

Abdymomunov, A., Tatikova, L., Alpeissova, A., Imanaliyev, Z., Suleimenov, E., Zhamankulova, Z., Ismailova, S., Dosova, Z., Teremov, T., Shokamanov, Y., Amirkhanova M., Tasbulatova, S., Beloslyudtseva, V., (2004). Education for All: The Key Goal for a New Millennium. National Human Development Report 2004”, UNDP, Kazakhstan

Rybina, L., Alpeissova, A., (2005). Dishonesty in Academics and Business: Evaluation of Student Attitudes. V KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2005): proceedings. October, 2005, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Alpeissova A., Gimranova, D.,  (2009). Human Resource Management Problems and Opportunities at the time of economic crisis: the Kazakhstan Perspective. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2009): proceedings. April 2009, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Alpeissova, A. & Rybina, L. (2014). Case Study Discussion: Graduate and Undergraduate Experiences. In Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching [edited by] Kathryn Nantz. U.S.-Cenral Asia Education Foundation. pp.111-120.

Rybina, L. & Alpeissova, A. (2014). Employing student self-guided learning to bring undated and localized content to your classroom. In Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching [edited by] Kathryn Nantz. U.S.-Cenral Asia Education Foundation. pp.19-28.

 

Conference Proceedings:

Humphrey J., Alpeissova A., Rybina L. (2010). Doing Research in Kazakhstan: The Challenges of International Context Studies. VII KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2010): proceedings. March 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Gurumurthy, K., Gupta, D., Alpeissova, A.,  Gimranova, D., (2011).The Effect of Direct Advertising to Consumers (DTCA) on Market Share and Quantity in Pharmaceutical Drugs and Consumer Welfare.47th Annual MBAA International Conference, Chicago.

This research paper has been judged to be “2011 Best Paper Award in Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmaceutical Industry and Wellness Track.

Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A., Gurumurthy, K., (2011) Innovative Teaching Methodology: Leadership Development Program at the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research (KIMEP), Accepted for the VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, 2011, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A. (2011) Leadership education and corporate engagement in world class business education: the case of the Leadership Development Program at KIMEP. NU International Conference “Contemporary Trends in Education – 2011”, November 17-18, Astana, Kazakhstan. 

Mahmood, M., Alpeissova, A., (2011) Impact of Learning Culture on Employee Performance: A Comparative Study of Private and Public Sector Organizations in Kazakhstan. Accepted for the VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, 2011, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Alpeissova, A., Baikenova, Zh, Gimranova D., Gurumurthy, K. (2012) Pharmaceutical Industry Management Challenges in Kazakhstan. 48th Annual MBAA International Conference – 2012

March 28-30, 2012, Chicago, IL, USA 

Baikenova, Zh, Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A. (2012) Major forces affecting the pharmaceutical industry development in Kazakhstan. KIRC 2012, April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan. 

Zholdybayeva, A., Baikenova, Zh., Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A. (2013) Analysis of the Integrated Medical Information System Implementation: the Case of Healthcare Organizations in the Republic of Kazakhstan 49th Annual MBAA International Conference – 2013, February 23-25, 2013, Chicago, IL, USA

Alpeissova, A., Gimranova, D. (2013) Employee Motivation System Effectiveness: the case of Kazakhstan Distribution Company, KIRC 2013, April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan. 

Erdener, C., Alpeissova, A. (2014) The Challenges of Managing in Syncretic Cultures, KIRC 2014, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan. 

Alpeissova, A., Rybina, L. (2015) The Factors Influencing Employee Satisfaction In The Services Companies In Kazakhstan. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Innovation in Academic

Research (MIAR 2015). July 29-30, 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Alpeissova, A., Rybina, L. (2015) Social Marketing and Youth Addictive Behavior: Mixed Methods

Research Approach. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Innovation in Academic

Research (MIAR 2015). July 29-30, 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

 

 

Academic supervision: 

Industry research projects performed by the students of the Leadership Development Program accepted for the KIMEP VIII International Research Conference (8th KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan 

Alma Alpeissova and Dilbar Gimranova (2011), The Employee Motivation in Volunteering Organizations: Alumni Leaders League, Kazakhstan

Dilbar Gimranova and Alma Alpeissova, Company supervision: Guenter Dahm, CEO, Microsoft Kazakhstan (2011), The ICT Development index in Kazakhstan: The focus on business environment

Dilbar Gimranova and Alma Alpeissova, Company supervision: Prasad Abraham, CEO, Al Hilal Bank Kazakhstan (2011), Islamic Banking in the Republic of Kazakhstan: The Al Hilal Bank Market Entry Challenges 

Dilbar Gimranova and Alma Alpeissova, Company supervision: Mukhtar Mussabetov, Managing Partner, ICC Business Advisors (2011), Leadership of the Kazakhstan banking system in the CIS. Myth or Reality? 

Dilbar Gimranova, Alma Alpeissova, Vladimir Garkavenko, Company supervision: Guenter Dahm, CEO, Microsoft Kazakhstan (2011), Innovation Management: A Critical analysis of the government initiatives to foster innovation in Kazakhstan

 


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Dinara Seitova, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor

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Name Dinara Seitova
Position Assistant Professor of Management
Contact detail  

sdinara@kimep.kz, ex. 2162

Education background PhD (Human Resource Development/Management), Texas A&M University, USA

MS (HRD/HRM), Texas A& M University, USA

BA,  Kazakh State University of World Languages and International Relations, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Overview Research interest focuses on tendencies of HRM in Kazakhstan in different companies. Also, she is interested in Human Resource Development in Kazakhstan at different levels: individual professional, company and country. More specifically, the focus is on the dynamics between these levels and its impact on national human resource development in the country.
Research Interests ·         Development of Training programs for professional development for university employees in Kazakhstan and other types of organizations in the country

·         Training & Development programs for faculty in Kazakhstani universities

·         Trends: Global and Regional in  National Human Resource Development

Projects,

Conferences, Publications

·         2017-2018:  Under auspices of  International Academy of Human Resource Development , working on the series of books dedicated  to “Women in Leadership” and  co-authoring  with Dr. Gary McLean, on the book entitled “Central Asia and Kazakhstan : Women  in Leadership”.

·         2015-2016 :   Fully developed  the  research  proposal  for  the  project: “Challenges of  forming professional competencies in the system of higher education of Kazakhstan  in the context of  integration  into the international educational arena” . This project won in a state level competition among all universities and approved by the Research Committee under the Ministry of Education & Science of Kazakhstan.

·         Participation in an international project conducted by the Ministry of Education & Science of RK in collaboration with the US National Academy of Science in 2007. It was termed: “A national level audit of current science and technological potential of Kazakhstan”. The implications/findings indicated by the audit served as a foundation for a number of Government official documents including the “State Development Strategy for Kazakhstan” (2007-2008).

·         UN project as a Kazakhstani expert in to collecting, analyzing data and writing a report on “National Development of Human Resources in Kazakhstan”, 2006-2007.

·         Seitova, D. (2016). Perspectives on Higher Education Faculty Development: Implications for National Human Resource Development in Kazakhstan.  International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 11 (18), pp11081.

·         Seitova, D. (2015).  Human Resource Development Tendencies in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Market Problems: Methodology, Analysis,  Recommendations, Volume 1,   March 2015, pp.60-65.

·         Seitova, D. (2015).  Higher Education Reforms in Kazakhstan. News: National Academy of Science, Volume 1, January 2015, pp.140-147.

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Human Resource Management

·         Training and Development

·         Business Communication

·         Decision Making

·         Credit Internship in Management

Grants ·
Awards ·         International Scholarship “Bolashak” from the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2005-2009).


Muhammad-Nadeem-Khalid.

Muhammad Nadeem Khalid, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

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Nejat-Capar-

Nejat Capar, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

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Educational Background and Bio:

Nejat Capar received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management from the Florida State University and MBA from Temple University. He has previously taught at the Florida State University, American University of Sharjah, and Bilkent University among others and has been a guest lecturer at various universities. His work has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, Academy of Management Proceedings, and Journal of Business Ethics among others. He served as an Editorial Board Member for the Journal of International Management during 2010-2018, and as an ad-hoc reviewer for various other academic journals. He has been active in reviewing and presenting papers at the Academy of Management and Academy of International Business Conferences. His research interests include international diversification and performance relationships, the interrelationships between diversification, firm resources and performance, as well as cross-cultural differences in management.


Dana-Abeuova

Dana Abeuova, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer

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Dr. Dana Abeuova has completed her Ph.D. in Management from ESCP Europe (triple accredited: AACSB – EQUIS – AMBA), as part of the École Doctorale de Management Panthéon-Sorbonne (France); M.S. in Information Systems from  Kelley School of Business (AACSB accredited), Indiana University Bloomington (USA); B.S. in Informatics from School of Informatics, Indiana University Bloomington (USA).

Her research interests include studying the concepts of attracting and developing talent in new entrepreneurial ventures. One of her research papers has been published in Thunderbird International Business Review (ABS, ABDC ranked), others have been accepted and presented during the leading American and European conferences and workshops in the field of management and entrepreneurship including: Academy of Management Specialized Conference, EGOS Colloquium, RENT Research in Entrepreneurship, EIASM Workshop on Talent Management and EDEN Doctoral Seminar on Methods, Techniques and Theories in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Her professional background is comprised of work in a private sector, academia and international non-governmental organization.  Her teaching experience also includes lecturing at Kazakh-British Technical University in Kazakhstan and ESCP Europe in France.

Email: d.abeuova@kimep.kz