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Master of Business Administration



One of the most common and widely respected graduate degrees in the field of business administration is the Master of Business Administration. Every subject in this advanced degree program has been modified to meet the demands of the business world as it is today and will be in the future. It provides students with a wide range of opportunities, making them well-suited for a wide range of occupations in both the public and commercial sectors. Students can choose to expand their expertise in areas like Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Project Management, and Banking, through the specialization courses. The top business leaders and subject-matter experts who make up the MBA faculty oversee industry-integrated projects, case studies, and workshops in each and every MBA course. Our grads are therefore equipped to successfully navigate the dynamic and challenging corporate world.


Students who have completed BBA will be required to complete 36 credit hours for MBA degree.


Code Type Course Title CrHr Pre-Requisite
ECO551 Core Managerial Economics 3 
N/A N/A Specialization-I 3 
FIN612 Core Financial Strategy & Policy 3 
ASC661 Core Quantitative Research Methods 3 
    Total 12 
Code Type Course Title CrHr Pre-Requisite
N/A N/A Specialization-II 3 
ASC662 Core Qualitative Research Methods 3 Quantitative Research Methods
MGT641 Core Strategic Management 3 
N/A Core Specialization-III 3 
    Total 12 
Code Type Course Title CrHr Pre-Requisite
MGT508 Core Leadership 3  
N/A   Specialization-IV 3  
BUS711 Core Project Proposal 6 Quantitative Research Methods
Qualitative Research Methods
    Total 12  
CodeType Course Title CrHr Pre-Requisite
BUS712CoreProject Defence3 Project Proposal
Quantitative Research Methods
Qualitative Research Methods

Objectives of the MBA program

  • To create successful corporate leaders who are also well-versed in social issues.
  • To pique interest in learning about and finding solutions to business problems as managers and leaders.
  • To analyze business problems critically and come up with workable solutions
  • To learn how business may contribute to positive social change.
  • To raise the number of ethically-minded corporate executives and government officials.