A List of 10 Unique MBA Dissertation Topics

 

An MBA Degree is an extremely versatile degree. It can have a plethora of uses and can be applied in many, many different ways.  Persons wishing to start their own business, current business owners, wishing to hone their business skills, those operating in a partnership, or those who plan to or do work in a corporate setting may find this to be the appropriate degree.

Marketing as an Example


Marketing is an example of what the utilitarian applicability of one focus of the degree could be. We find that we are in the business of marketing ourselves daily as we present ourselves in job interviews, at seminars, at meetings or as a corporate team to our peers. Our goal is to focus on and highlight our salient features, strengthen our limitations, and explain the action steps we will take to do so. We want to make our presentations palpable to the client, be they laymen or skilled corporate professionals. In large part the field is intrinsically tied to Public Relations and Advertising. The product should be a genuine, quality, worthy product, that is brought forth with integrity.

We have tied several fields into our explanation of Marketing, just one branch of an MBA Degree. The field is quite vast and can have an enormous impact on most of our lives, based on our monthly consumer pattern, our Real Estate Holdings, and our portfolios.

Topics


Some topics that fall under the Degree are:

  • Accounting Systems - Provides insight into analytical and technical skills which can be a utility in making financial decisions
  • Auditing - The analysis of reliable information in the performance of audits
  • Corporate Governance - Lends an understanding about how complex organizations can influence operations
  • Finance - Key concept of money management, discussing investments, capital markets, international finance, etc.
  • Financial Accounting - Lends an understanding of how to structure financial reports for profit and non-profit organizations
  • Global Supply Chain Management - Discusses what would be involved in a global marketing strategy and the value chain of goods
  • Human Resources - Problem Solving in the adjudication of personnel issues on the job. The utilization of the human potential
  • Information Systems Management - Goes into depth about Information Systems from a managerial perspective
  • Internal Audit - Directs individuals as to how to set up controls and constructs so as to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization
  • International Business - Describes the challenges and possible barriers occurring in business transactions in which U.S. representatives work with representatives from other countries.

Research - These are just some of the categories that fall under the MBA Degree. If the degree is properly researched with guidance from the syllabus, class website, and references, the yield of topics may be great indeed.