دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران
Iran University of Medical Sciences

MBA Graduation Ceremony

 | Post date: 2019/03/2 | 
On Saturday 16 February 2019, the graduation ceremony of the first MBA course for IUMS faculty members was held at the university’s central Library. In this program, Dr. Koohpayehzadeh, the university chancellor, Dr. Mazaherinezhad, the vice-chancellor for education, Dr. Malakouti, the vice-chancellor for research and technology and the faculty attending the course were present. Initially, Dr. Malakouti talked about the importance of management process. He said: "This course was a good opportunity for a few people and I hope that this program will continue to expand”. Then Dr. Amiri, Faculty Member of Tehran University and lecturer in this course, said: "I am very pleased that by holding the MBA course at this university, we were able to create a new attitude and approach in the faculty members and enable them to incorporate this approach into their specialized fields, and transfer it to the next generations”. He said business management is one of the basic needs of all sectors and groups of society. Then, Dr. Koohpayehzadeh, while appreciating the planning of the vice chancellor for research, said: The goals of this course are beyond scientific dimensions and have created a deep insight and attitude. The head of the university said the move to the third and fourth generation of universities and the application of science should be strengthened. He added: "I hope that with the proper planning, this process will continue and more faculty members will be trained, so that we can see the systematic results of this training in the educational system of the university." Dr. Koohpayehzadeh emphasized on the practical application and entrepreneurship of the graduates as well as the collective participation and medium and long-term planning. At the end of the ceremony, the certificate of the MBA course was presented to the graduates.
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