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Overview

Introduction

      An executive MBA (EMBA) program provides an opportunity for professionals to obtain a Masters degree in Business Administration on a schedule that minimizes disruption of work and personal pursuits. The two years EMBA program will meet the increasing demand for advanced business administration education which will not only combine text book learning with case studies methodology but will expose students to an environment which will facilitate development of their conceptual skills as well as personal growth. This program is designed for those who want to continue working while earning a degree qualification. It builds on the strength of our full time MBA program, and offers rigorous studies.  

 Objectives

      The executive program will equip motivated and dedicated mid career professionals who are ambitious to take up senior influential positions in the corporate world with a blend of core knowledge of business and management principles.

      It will help enhance business and management knowledge from the ground up via core courses that refresh students existing skills and understanding of key topics. This program covers extensive knowledge across every discipline of business and management.

      The executive MBA program will equip and develop strong management and interpersonal skills with the sound technical knowledge-base, required in today’s dynamic business environment. Courses in the EMBA program are designed to introduce students to the various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, human resources, operation and supply chain management, etc. The program is designed to offer much more than business fundamentals in a collaborative environment. The participants will learn new ways to think about the problems, and will gain the resources to help solve them.

      The EMBA program graduate will gain the analytical skills, understanding, and the know-how to create and implement strategy at all levels in an organization. By the end of the program, the students will feel comfortable taking up leadership and decision making roles that can work across disciplines and cultures to change, develop creative solutions to problems and improve performance and be innovative.

 Eligibility

14 years of education in relevant field with four years of work experience with 2.0/4 CGPA or 50% marks in the annual system and 50% NAT test score is required.

 

 

 

Program Contents

 

 

 

Category

Number of Courses

Credit Hours

Cumulative Credit Hours

Business-Core Courses

13

3 each

39

Experimental Learning Courses

5

3 each

15

Elective Courses from any Specialization

4

3 each

12

Total

22

 

66

Focus Area

The executive program will equip motivated and dedicated mid career professionals who are ambitious to take upsenior influential positions in the corporate world with a blend of core knowledge of business and management principles. It will help enhance business and management knowledge from the ground up via core courses that refresh students existing skills and understanding of key topics. This program covers extensive knowledge across every discipline of business and management. The executive MBA program will equip and develop strong management and interpersonal skills with the sound technical knowledge-base, required in today’s dynamic business environment. Courses in the EMBA program aredesigned to introduce students to the various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, human resources, operation and supply chain management, etc. The program is designed to offer much more than business fundamentals in a collaborative environment. The participants will learn new ways to think aboutthe problems, and will gain the resources to help solve them. The EMBA program graduate will gain the analytical skills, understanding, and the know-how to create and implement strategy at all levels in an organization. By the end of the program, the students will feel comfortable taking up leadership and decision making roles that can work across disciplines and cultures to change, develop creative solutions to problems and improve performance and be innovative.

Program Description

An executive MBA (EMBA) program provides an opportunity for professionals to obtain a Masters degree in Business Administration on a schedule that minimizes disruption of work and personal pursuits. The two years EMBA program will meet the increasing demand for advanced business administration education which will not only combine text book learning with case studies methodology but will expose students to an environment which will facilitate development of their conceptual skills as well as personal growth. This program is designed for those who want to continue working while earning a degree qualification. It builds on the strength of our full time MBA program, and offers rigorous studies.

Application and admission

14 years of education in relevant field with four years of work experience with 2.0/4 CGPA or 50% marks in the annual system and 50% NAT test score is required

Scheme of Studies

Program Contents

Category Number of Courses Credit Hours Cumulative Credit Hours
Business-Core Courses 13 3 each 39
Experimental Learning Courses 5 3 each 15
Elective Courses from any Specialization 4 3 each 12
Total 22   66

 

Core Courses

Serial No Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
1. ECO400 Business Economics 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
2. HUM400 Business Communication 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
3. MGT401 Corporate Governance 3 0 3 MGT492 Teacher Dependent
4. MGT403 Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 MGT492 Teacher Dependent
5. MGT410 Marketing Theory and Practice 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
6. MGT430 Financial Accounting and Reporting 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
7. MGT431 Managerial Accounting 3 0 3 MGT430 Teacher Dependent
8. MGT432 Financial Management and Policy 3 0 3 MGT430 Teacher Dependent
9. MGT460 Operations Management 3 0 3 MGT492,MGT491 Teacher Dependent
10. MGT491 Quantitative Analysis and Organization 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
11. MGT492 Managing People and Organization 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
12. MGT499 MBA Project 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
13. MGT 599 Business policy and Strategy  3 0 3 MGT492, MGT432 Teacher Dependent


Experimental Learning Courses

 

Serial No Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
1. MGT493 Business Economics 3 0 3    
2. MGT494 Self-Study Project 3 0 3    
3. MGT495 Transferable Skills Development 3 0 3    
4. MGT528 Business Case Studies-Self Study 3 0 3    
5. MGT410 Consultancy Project 3 0 3    

 

Specialization Elective Courses

Marketing Specialization

Serial No Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
1. MGT510 Consumer Behavior 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
2. MGT511 International Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
3. MGT512 Cyber Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
4. MGT513 New Product Development 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
5. MGT514 Integrated Marketing Communication 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
6. MGT515 Brand Management 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
7. MGT516 Service Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
8. MGT517 Industrial Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
9. MGT518 Marketing Research 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
10. MGT519 Strategic Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
11. MGT520 Advertising And Event Management 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
12. MGT521 Sales Force Management 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
13. MGT522 Marketing of IT and Telecom Product 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
14. MGT523 Customer Relation Management 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
15. MGT524 Agriculture Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent
16 MGT525 Seminar in Marketing 3 0 3 MGT310 Teacher Dependent

 

Finance Specialization

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
MGT526 Marketing Finance Services 3 0 3 MGT310, MGT 350 Teacher Dependent
MGT530 International Finance 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT531 Investment And Portfolio Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT532 Advance Financial Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT533 International Financial Institutions 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT534 Credit Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT535 Corporate Finance 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT536 Commercial Banking 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT537 Financial Statement Analysis 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT538 Business Taxation 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT539 Islamic Finance 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT540 Seminar in Finance 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT541 Real Estate Finance 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent

 

Human Resource Management Specialization

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
MGT549 Leadership And Team management 3 0 3 MGT 350 Teacher Dependent
MGT550 Crisis And Conflict Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT551 Human Resource Development 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT552 Compensation Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT553 Human resource Information Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT554 Organizational Development And Change Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT555 Performance And Career Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT556 International Human Resource Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT557 Strategic Human Resource Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT558 Employee Relation Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent
MGT559 Seminar In Human Resource Management 3 0 3 MGT330 Teacher Dependent

 

Operations Management Specialization 

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
MGT560 Applied Quantitative Analysis And Practices 3 0 3 MGT400, MTH469 Teacher Dependent
MGT561 Supply Chain Management 3 0 3 MGT460 Teacher Dependent
MGT562 Service Operations Management 3 0 3 MGT460 Teacher Dependent
MGT563 Operations Strategies 3 0 3 MGT460 Teacher Dependent
MGT564 Applied Project Management 3 0 3 MGT460,MTH469 Teacher Dependent
MGT565 Managing Information And Product Development 3 0 3 MGT460,MTH469 Teacher Dependent
MGT566 Inventory Management 3 0 3 MGT460 Teacher Dependent
MGT567 Total Quality Management 3 0 3 MGT460,MTH469 Teacher Dependent

 

Banking Specialization

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
MGT542 Islamic Economics 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
MGT544 Islamic Financial Instruments and Institutions 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
MGT545 Islamic Insurance (Takaful) 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
MGT546 Establishment And Operations Of Islamic Banking 3 0 3   Teacher Dependent
MGT570 Investment Analysis And Portfolio Management 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT571 Emerging Financial Markets 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT572 Islamic Banking 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT573 Bank Management 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT574 Financial And Bank Legislation 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT576 Consumer Banking 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT577 Money And Financial Policies 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent
MGT578 Financial Institution Management 3 0 3 MGT432 Teacher Dependent

 

International Business Specialization

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite Reference Books/Material
Theory Lab Total
MGT580 Advance International Business 3 0 3 MGT480 Teacher Dependent
MGT581 Globalization And Corporate Strategy 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent
MGT582 International Financial Management 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent
MGT583 Cross Cultural Management 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent
MGT584 International Trade Law 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent
MGT585 The Emerging Economies 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent
MGT586 Managing E-Business in a Global Economy 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent
MGT587 International Operation And Procurement 3 0 3 MGT580 Teacher Dependent

 

Hospitality and Tourism Management Specialization 

 

Course Code

Course Name

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Reference Books/Material

Theory

Lab

Total

MGT490

Hospitality And Tourism Management

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT590

Hospitality And Tourism, Planning And Development

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT591

Hotel And Catering Operations Management

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT592

Management Of Food And Beverage Operations

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT593

Food And Nutrition Concepts

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT594

Cross Cultural Etiquette and Protocol

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT595

Tourism Geography

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT596

Tourism Economics

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT597

Tourism Dimensions in Contemporary Society

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent

MGT598

International Practices and Trends In Hospitality Industry

3

0

3

MGT400

Teacher Dependent