MBA programme eyes human resource development


THE establishment of the Masses of Business Administration (MBA) programme in Solomon Islands eyes human resources development capacity in all spheres of influence.

This was highlighted yesterday by the Acting Director of the Graduate School of Business in the University of the South Pacific Dr Halahingano Rohorua.

She said the MBA programme in Solomon Islands satisfies the need in the country’s human resources development capacity.

Rohorua said most of the leaders already have the qualification but this programme will provide extra tools and help them become wise decision makers in each working environment.

“Hence I believe a better educated and better equipped workforce will help to build Solomon Islands,” she said.

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