Prasetiya Mulya was the first business school in Indonesia to offer a Master of Business Administration program beginning in 1982. As a business school founded by members of the Country's business community, Prasetiya Mulya offers a leading Magister Management (MM) program that emphasizes learning by actually implementing business concepts in real-world situations.
Prasetiya Mulya offers undergraduate (S1) business programs and graduate (S2) MM programs. The S2 MM programs are individually designed based on students' profiles, backgrounds and management interests.These programs are the Regular MM, Junior Executive MM and Executive MM.
Prasetiya Mulya's non-degree programs are focused on helping those already in the business community develop their knowledge and learn new skills through short-term and middle-term training programs, as well as graded executive education. Current non degree programs include the Executive Development Program (PPE), the Certificate of Business Management (CBM) program and In-House Training (IHT), The Executive Development Program (PPE) consists of managerial and strategic management training. International certification programs certificate, advanced certificate and diploma also are available through the Modular Learning System on International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (IPSCM). The Certificate of Business Management program consists of several different management modules, i.e. General Management, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Operations Management, Human Resource Management and Business Strategic Management. Prasetiya Mulya also meets the corporate demand for In-House Training (IHT), offering training programs specifically tailored to meet the needs of businesses, including functional management programs and graded management development programs.
With over 20 years of experience, Prasetiya Mulya's professionalism and commitment to business education have earned it recognition as one of the top business schools in Indonesia. This recognition is backed by surveys conducted by a number of leading business magazines and newspapers on local, multinational and state-owned enterprises employing Prasetiya