Overview
Course Structure
Student Profile

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program is designed to suit the needs of individuals with business and non-business degrees. The program is highly valued by employers who need strong leaders who can contribute to business goals at a high level. The program aim is to teach students the business competencies needed to develop and implement value creating ideas and solutions while building the personal skills necessary to achieve their professional aspirations. The program provides a broad range of leadership skills in several areas of business including accounting, finance, management, marketing and decision making. The curriculum is designed to facilitate the development of leadership skills and core competencies in critical thinking and problem solving, project management, communication, teamwork and ethics. The main aim of the program is to develop students into broadly educated business decision makers who understand the nature of business as a whole, and are equipped with tools and techniques that are applicable to a wide variety of business situations. The curriculum consists of 30 credits of coursework and 6 credit hours of thesis. The total program duration is two years. The program is designed for individuals who cannot attend on campus classes because of employment or geographical constraints.

Program Objectives:

The following are stated as the major objectives of the program:

  • To produce educators who can assume academic posts within institutions of higher education offering business related programs.
  • To train individuals who can take up the challenges of managing businesses within a dynamic and increasingly globalized business environment.
  • To training executives who are capable to run big, complex, and translational organizations involved in the global markets.
  • To produce experts who can carry out research activities in various sectors of the country.

Year I Semester I:

BUSA 501 Management Theories and System Thinking [3 Credits]

BUSA 503 Human Resource Management [3 Credits]

BUSA 505 Financial Management [3 Credits]

BUSA 507 Strategic Management [3 Credits]

BUSA 509 Research Methods [3 Credits]

 

Year I Semester II:

BUSA 502 Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Decision Making [3 Credits]

BUSA 504 Operations Management [3 Credits]

BUSA 506 Organization Behavior and Development [3 Credits]

BUSA 508 Accounting for Managers [3 Credits]

BUSA 510 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management [3 Credits]

 

Year II Semester I/II:

BUSA 601 Thesis [6 Credits]

Coming soon.

Duration: 2 years
total Credits: 36
Delivery: 100% online