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Master of Business Administration II


MBA program provides an learning opportunities for students interested in mastering the skills and knowledge required for entering in today’s workforce. The program has the following objectives:
• Graduating students will have an integrated knowledge to perform as management professionals.
• Students will have the positive attitude towards society and will work for the betterment of society.


A. Graduates who accomplished the Masters of Business Administration degree will be qualified to
B. Make well-informed decisions in various business and managerial situations that lead to ethically sound and profitable results.
C. Consider social and environmental issues and dilemmas when addressing business problems.
D. Manifest strong interpersonal and teamwork skills.
E. Use the knowledge they have gained to understand and solve real-world business problems.
F. Recognize and encourage social and cultural sensitivity and diversity within an organization.
G. Identify challenges and execute opportunities related to internationalization, globalization, emerging technologies and social media.
H. Consistently establish professional development and personal effectiveness goals to demonstrate creativity and innovation.

Programs Information

Duration2.0 Years
No. of Courses22
Total Credit Hours66 Cr Hrs


First Semester
Course IDCourse Title
FIN311Financial Management
MGT518Supply Chain Management
MGT501Human Resource Management
ECO401Money and Banking
MKT407Strategic Marketing Management
MKT404Consumer Behavior
Second Semester
Course IDCourse Title
ELC 1Elective I
FIN503Financial Reporting and Analysis
ACC502Managerial Accounting and Control System
MKT401Marketing Management
MGT302Operations Management
Third Semester
Course IDCourse Title
MGT502Strategic Management
HUM651Logic and Analytical Reasoning
ELC 2Elective II
MGT619Change Management
MGT620Advance Research Methods
Fourth Semester
Course IDCourse Title
ECO620Global Issues in Economics and Business
MGT405Business Process Management and IS
MS600MBA Thesis