Like most business schools of repute, MSBM conveys its unique perspectives and delivers cutting-edge business related content in its publication the MSB Business Review which was launched in 2010.
Over the years, the growth, development and academic achievements of the MSBM have been recognized through a number of awards and accolades.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) also selected MSBM as its partner institution for administering the Global Competitiveness Survey for Jamaica.
MSBM was awarded Best of Chamber (Small Enterprise) 2014 by the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC).
MSBM was among the top three winners of the Project Management Organization of the Year (PMOY) award 2015.
Specific MSBM programmes have also received international recognition.
In June 2011, the MSBM received accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) for a period of three years for achieving what AMBA describes as the highest standard in Postgraduate Business Education for its EMBA and MBA programmes.
MSBM offers undergraduate (B.Sc.) degree programmes in Management Studies, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Operations, Management Information Systems (Western Jamaica Campus (WJC)), Banking and Finance (offered jointly with the Department of Economics), Chemistry Management (Administered by the Faculty of Science and Technology) and Tourism Management.
Postgraduate degree programmes offered by MSBM include: the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), Master in Business Administration (MBA), Master of Business Management (MBM) programmes, the (MSc.) degree programmes in: Tourism, National Security and Strategic Studies, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Accounting, Computer-based Management Information Systems (CBMIS), Taxation, Telecommunications Policy and Management, Sports Business Management, and the Diploma in Business Administration and Sports Business Management.
the Earthquake Unit, the Department of Geography and Geology and Mona GeoInformatics Institute) while at the MSBM, a major initiative is the research being conducted by Dr.
This finding is not unique to the MSBM and the Caribbean.
The general conclusion is that while not much exists within the MSBM at present, there are opportunities for the introduction and integration of DRM throughout the School.