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MBA Programs

The program of Master of Business Administration at Mohammad Ali Jinnah University enables students to have a comprehensive knowledge of best recognized national and international practices of management. The plan of the study covers all the complete curriculum from general management courses to specialization in diverse business fields including Marketing, Management, Information Systems, Human Resource Management, Finance, and Supply Chain Management. These specializations help to make the graduates able to apply a balanced experience of their relevant education with the suitable combination of their knowledge and practical skills that apply to make their advancement in the field of management science and also play a pivotal role in identifying the solution for the dynamic world of management.

MBA Programs

MBA

MBA - With Business Background

Duration : 1.5 Years            Credit Hours : 30

Eligibility Criteria

Admissions eligibility is 16 years of relevant business education or equivalent securing at least
50% marks in aggregate. Moreover, MBA graduation requirement is maintaining CGPA 2.5/4.0

 

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MBA (60 C.hr)

MBA-16 Year Non Business Background

Duration : 2 – 2.5 Years            Credit Hours : 60

Eligibility Criteria

 Admissions eligibility is 16 years of education or equivalent securing at least
50% marks in aggregate.MBA graduation requirement is maintaining CGPA 2.5/4.0.

 

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MBA (96 C.hr)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) 14 Years

Duration : 3.5 Years            Credit Hours : 96

Eligibility Criteria

14 years of education or equivalent securing at least 45% marks in aggregate, to continue for semesters 5, 6 & 7 the minimum CGPA should be 2.0/4.0.

 

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MBA Curriculum

Our MBA program is tailored to the needs of students from diverse educational backgrounds who want to start their careers with a respected and market-focused MBA degree.

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA) With Business Background

CURRICULUM 30 Credit Hours

Admissions eligibility is 16 years of relevant business education or equivalent securing at least 50% marks in aggregate. Moreover, MBA graduation requirement is maintaining CGPA 2.5/4.0.

Semester 1

  • Advanced Research Methodology
  • Strategic Finance
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Specialization I

Semester 2

  • Strategic Management
  • Specialization II
  • Specialization III
  • Technology Elective

Semester 3

  • Specialization IV
  • Final Research Project
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Master of Business Administration (MBA)-16 Year Non Business Background

CURRICULUM 60 Credit Hours

Admissions eligibility is 16 years of education or equivalent securing at least 50% marks in aggregate.MBA graduation requirement is maintaining CGPA 2.5/4.0.

Semester 1

  • Business Communication
  • Business Mathematics & Statistics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Economics
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Semester 2

  • Human Resource Management/Supply Chain Management
  • Introduction to Business Finance
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Business & Corporate Law
  • Cost & Management Accounting

Semester 3

  • Advanced Research Methodology
  • Strategic Finance
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Specialization I
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Semester 4

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  • Strategic Management
  • Specialization II
  • Specialization III
  • Technology Elective

Semester 5

  • Specialization IV
  • Final Research Project
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Master of Business Administration (MBA) 14 Years

CURRICULUM 96 Credit Hours


** Can take exit route after two years (first four semester) by taking the BBA degree (equivalent to 16 years of education). 14 years of education or equivalent securing at least 45% marks in aggregate, to continue for semesters 5, 6 & 7 the minimum CGPA should be 2.0/4.0.

Semester 1

  • Business Communication
  • Business Mathematics & Statistics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Economics
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Semester 2

  • Human Resource Management
  • Introduction to Business Finance
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Business & Corporate Law
  • Cost & Management Accounting

Semester 3

  • Financial Management
  • Statistical Inference
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • Entrepreneurship

Semester 4

  • Managerial Policy
  • Interpersonal Skills & Business Relations
  • Laws of Taxation
  • Business Research Methods
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Islamic Banking

Semester 5

  • Advanced Research Methodology
  • Strategic Finance
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Specialization I
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Semester 6

  • Strategic Management
  • Specialization II
  • Specialization III
  • Technology Elective
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Semester 7

  • Specialization IV
  • Final Research Project
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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  PEO-1 To establish the students as effective professionals for solving real business problems through the use of business administration knowledge
  PEO-2 To develop professional skills that prepare them for immediate employment and for life-long learning in advanced areas of management and related fields.
  PEO-3 To develop the ability in the students to adapt to the rapidly changing business environment by having learned and applied new skills and competencies.
  PEO-4 To provide the students an educational foundation that prepares them for excellence, leadership roles along diverse career paths with encouragement to professional ethics and active participation needed for a successful career and becoming a valuable member of the society.
  PEO-5 To develop entrepreneurial skills among students by equipping them with technological tools, industrial and research orientation.

PROGRAM LEARNING OBJECTIVES (PLOs)

PLO-1 Business Concepts Apply conceptual business foundations to solve practical decision-making problems using techniques such as case analysis, projects and assignments.
PLO-2 Critical Thinking Skills Applying creativity and innovation to recognize, analyze and propose integrated solution to the business problems on strategic grounds by using quantitative and qualitative methods.
PLO-3 Ethical Leadership Demonstrate leadership skills through the ability by setting directions and working effectively with multi-disciplinary teams.
PLO-4 Strategic Integration Recognize the market needs and develop the strategies to fulfill those needs as per the laws and ethical considerations allowed by the company, industry and country.
PLO-5 Analysis and Decision Making Implement the changes at their level best to improve the efficiency of the organization.
PLO-6 Global Mindset Ability to develop a systematic understanding of globalization and its impact on people, businesses and the economy.

Deficiency Courses for Non- Business Graduate

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Business Economics EC-1920 3
Business Mathematics & Statistics MG-1810 3
Financial Accounting FN-1120 3
Introduction to Business Finance FN-2300 3
Principles of Management MG-1100 3
Financial Management FN-3310 3
Human Resource Management MG-3300 3
Development Economics EC-2010 3
Quantitative Research Methods MG-5130 3
Marketing Management MKTG-4033 3

Elective Courses

1. Finance

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Governance, Risk and Ethics FN4450 3
Advanced Financial Reporting FN4460 3
Computerized Accounting System FN4470 3
Performance Management FN4480 3
Advanced Financial Accounting FN4490 3
Portfolio Management FN4550 3
International Finance FN4560 3
Islamic Financial System FN4570 3
Financial Risk Management FN4580 3
Advanced Portfolio Management FN6500 3
Advanced Investment Banking FN6510 3
Financial Risk Management FN6520 3
Financial Derivatives FN6530 3

2. Supply Chain Management

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Retail Management MG4400 3
Strategic Supply Chain Management MG4410 3
Total Quality Management MG4420 3
Vendor Management MG4430 3
Warehouse Management MG4440 3
Supply Chain Analytics XXXXX 3

3. Human Resource Management

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Performance Management MG4300 3
Public Relations MG4310 3
Recruitment & Selection MG4320 3
Training and Development MG4330 3
Crisis Management MG4350 3
Human Resources Development MG4360 3
Industrial Relations MG4370 3
International HRM MG4380 3
HR Audit MG4390 3
Industrial Organization MG5300 3

4. Marketing

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Media Marketing MG4200 3
Personal Selling MG4210 3
Product Management MG4220 3
Public Relations MG4230 3
Retail Management MG4240 3
Sales Management MG4250 3
Services Marketing MG4260 3
Tourism Marketing MG4270 3
Global and Regional Marketing MG6200 3
Industrial Marketing MG6210 3
Marketing Intelligence MG6220 3
Marketing of Financial Products MG6230 3
Packaging & Design MG6240 3
Pricing Strategies MG6250 3
Strategic Negotiations MG6260 3
Virtual Reality in Marketing MG6270 3
Advanced Digital Marketing MG6280 3
International Marketing MG6290 3

5. Islamic Banking

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Fiqh Muamalah in Banking and Financing XXXX 3
Econmics, Al-Shari’ah and Society XXXX 3
Accounting and Control for Islamic Financial Institutions XXXX 3

6. Management Information System

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Expert System MG4500 3
Information Technology Infrastructure Library MG4510 3
IT Resource Management MG4520 3
Knowledge Management MG4530 3
Operation Research MG4540 3
Advance System Analysis & Design MG5560 3
E-Business Applications MG5570 3
System Analysis and Design MG5580 3
ISS-Information systems strategy MG6510 3
DSS & Business Intelligence MG6560 3

Scheme of Studies

Semester - 1

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Corporate Governance FN4460 3
Strategic Marketing MG5270 3
Strategic Management MG4110 3
Strategic Finance FN5300 3

Semester - 2

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Elective 1 XXXXXX 3
Elective 2 XXXXXX 3
Elective 3 XXXXXX 3
Final Research Project 1/ Elective 5 XXXXXX 3

Semester - 3

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Elective 4 XXXXXX 3
Final Research Project 2/ Elective 6 XXXXXX 3