MBA 3.5 Years (including 2 years BBS)

The programme objectives are:
1. To develop theoretical and practical understanding of core business curriculum among students so that they apply this knowledge in contemporary business world.
2. To develop oral communication and effective business writing skills of students so that they communicate effectively and precisely at the workplace and give effective presentations by using state of the art technology.
3. To develop analytical thinking of students so that they learn to break down complex problems for effective decision making in contemporary business workplace settings.
4.To develop social and ethical considerations of students so that they take into account moral consequences in decision making
5. To develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills of students so that they apply them in today’s multicultural and teamwork oriented workplace settings to effectively reach organizational goals through their coworkers.
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The programme objectives are:

  1. To develop theoretical and practical understanding of core business curriculum among students so that they apply this knowledge in contemporary business world.
  2. To develop oral communication and effective business writing skills of students so that they communicate effectively and precisely at the workplace and give effective presentations by using state of the art technology.
  3. To develop analytical thinking of students so that they learn to break down complex problems for effective decision making in contemporary business workplace settings.
  4. To develop social and ethical considerations of students so that they take into account moral consequences in decision making
  5. To develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills of students so that they apply them in today’s multicultural and teamwork oriented workplace settings to effectively reach organizational goals through their coworkers.

First Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 MA-1004  Business Mathematics  3
 ACCT-1081  Financial Accounting-I  3
 ECON-1081  Principles of Microeconomics  3
 MGT-1081  Principles of Management  3
 MIS-1081  Computer Application for Managers  3(2-1)

Second Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 MKT-1081  Principles of Marketing  3
 ECON-2082  Principles of Macro Economics  3
 ACCT-2082  Financial Accounting-II  3
 MGT-3082  Organization Behavior  3
 BUS-2082  Business Communications  3

Third Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 MA-2003  Statistics for Business  3
 FIN-2081  Business Finance  3
 HRM-2081  Human Resource Management  3
 MKT-2082  Marketing Management  3
 ACCT-3083  Cost Accounting  3

Fourth Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 FIN-3082  Financial Management  3
 MIS-3082  Management Information System  3
 BUS-3085  Business Research & Report Writing  3
 LAW-3081  Business & Corporate Law  3
 MGT-4085  Entrepreneurship  3

Fifth Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 MGT-6090  Financial Reporting and Analysis  3
 MGT-6091  Research Methods  3
 MGT-6093  Strategic Marketing  3
 MGT-6097  Strategic HR & Leadership  3

Sixth Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 MGT-6098  Applied Corporate Finance  3
 MGT-6099  Cases in Management  3
 -  Elective-I  3
 -  Elective-II  3

Seventh Semester

Code Course Title Credit Hours
 -  Elective-III  3
 -  Elective-IV  3
 -  Final Year Project (Written report and presentation as output of practical work with the industry)  3

Note: Institute may shuffle or substitute the sequence of courses during the program.


MA-1004 Business Mathematics

This course is built upon the mathematical concepts, principles, and techniques that are useful in business management. The primary objectives of the course are to enhance students’ competency in the application of mathematical concepts in solving business management problems and to improve their level of quantitative approach.


ACCT-1081 Financial Accounting-I

The primary aim of Financial Accounting is to provide students with an introduction to the process and function of financial reporting. While a large proportion of the course is aimed at understanding accounting as a process, taking a preparers’ perspective, we will also seek to develop an understanding of the importance of the role of accounting in today’s society.


ECON-1081 Principles of Microeconomics

This course is designed to introduce fundamental microeconomics concepts and techniques applicable as tools for rational economic decision-making within the micro frameworks. The course aims to demonstrate the relevance and usefulness of economic analysis to real world business situations. Emphasis is placed on optimal decisions making within the firm and the strategic relationship with other business. The goal of the course is to provide an introduction to microeconomics. Using microeconomics theory, the students will be able to understand the concepts of demand and supply, the price determination in the market, firm behavior and the structure of the markets.


MGT-1081 Principles of Management

This is an introductory course about the management of organizations. It provides instructions on principles of management that have general applicability to all types of enterprises; basic management philosophy and decision making; principles involved in planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; and recent concepts in management. The principles learned in this course will allow the student to effectively work with and through others in an organization. The course will also encourage the students to explore and inquire the applicability of western management principles and theories in local settings. Besides, the course will discuss the Islamic perspective of managing businesses and organizations.


MIS-1081 Computer Application for Managers

Computer Applications for Manager is developed to introduce the first year students to the world of computers and software applications. This course will provide a foundation on which they can build a reliable and useful knowledge of computer application for the manager. Students through class room lectures, application program demonstrations, and hands-on training students, will learn, how to use Microsoft Office applications and explore and examine the fundamentals of computer hardware and software. The class will also explore the relationship between information technologies, society and interpret how computer technology can benefit businesses, policy makers, and educational institutes.


MKT-1081 Principles of Marketing

This course is designed to introduce foundations of marketing as they relate to the whole business enterprise. This course will focus on developing an understanding of the major marketing concepts. The objective of this course, specifically, is to enhance the conceptual knowledge of marketing as applicable to decision making process with a focus on tactical marketing mix decisions. Further, it will provide the student with a comprehensive framework to evaluate marketing decisions and to create successful marketing initiatives. The course, will, therefore, provide an understanding of the principles of marketing about the product and services including the planning process, organizing the marketing functions, implementing the marketing decisions keeping in mind the ethical, legal and societal consideration.


ECON-2082 Principles of Macroconomics

This course aims at giving students knowledge about the working of a mixed economy at the aggregate level under pinning of aggregate output and income determination, key macro-economics problems and major policy debate. The underlying themes are extended to find out how the disciplines of national income, macroeconomics in the closed and open economy, macroeconomics stabilization policies, macro-economic components (consumption, saving, private investment, interest, etc.), public finance, money, and banking link up with conventional macroeconomics.


ACCT-2082 Financial Accounting-II

This course is built upon the Financial Accounting Course in the sense that it provides advanced treatment of basic techniques learned in the first course of Financial Accounting. It mainly focuses on the company accounts and their understanding in the context of the IAS and companies ordinance 1984.


MGT-3082 Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior (OB) is an interdisciplinary field drawing from numerous disciplines including psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics, organization theory, statistics, and many others. Efficient management of human resources within organizations requires an understanding of various behavior and processes. Managers need to know why people behave as they do about their jobs, their work groups, and their organizations. This knowledge of individuals' perceptions, motivational attitudes and behavior will enable managers not only to understand themselves better but also to adopt appropriate managerial policies and leadership styles to increase their effectiveness. The focus of instruction will move progressively through the individual, group and organizational levels of behavior and will examine the interrelationships of behavioral phenomena among these levels. Additionally, concepts such as motivation, communication and leadership and their relevance to organizational behavior will be examined in detail. The course is also designed to help the students understand if Western Organizational Behavioral theories and practices have any relevance to the local settings. The course will also discuss the Islamic perspective of understanding and directing human behavior in a specific direction.


BUS-2082 Business Communication

This course enhances your communication skills. It further builds on the experience and exposure necessary to develop outstanding presentations & communication talents. It examines the theoretical and practical concepts of public speaking. The course will also help you to create a standing and authority through well applied dialectic.


MA-2003 Statistics for Business

The main objectives of the course are to enhance students’ competency in the application of statistics to solve business management problems and to improve their level of quantitative sophistication for further advanced business analysis.


FIN-2081 Business Finance

Business Finance course aims to imparting knowledge about the very basic concepts and tools of Business Finance. It emphasizes the importance of Business Finance skills to individuals and enterprises. It deals with the finance function in an organization, the role of the finance manager and the financial environment in which the firm operates. The financial environment covers the understanding of financial and capital markets along with the broad orientation of macro-economic factors affecting the business. The emphasis will remain on developing the skills for planning, appraising and evaluating the investment, financing and operating decisions.


HRM-2081 Human Resource Management

This course is basically designed to provide students the basic understanding of key HRM functions, which include HR planning, recruitment & selection, compensation, performance evaluation, and training & development. Since human resource provides a competitive advantage that ultimately has a vital role in success and effectiveness of any organization, this course emphasizes on the understanding of the basic concepts of managing human resource and their applications in today’s organizations. The course is designed to help the students understand if western human resource management theories and practices have any relevance to the local settings. The course will also discuss the Islamic perspective of managing human resource. It will shed light on the basic tenets of human resource management given by Qura’n and Sunnah. The students will also be encouraged to compare and contrast the human resource practices suggested in their text books and the practices critical for achieving success from indigenous perspective.


MGT-2082 Marketing Management

This course is basically designed to provide students the basic understanding of key HRM functions, which include HR planning, recruitment & selection, compensation, performance evaluation, and training & development. Since human resource provides a competitive advantage that ultimately has a vital role in success and effectiveness of any organization, this course emphasizes on the understanding of the basic concepts of managing human resource and their applications in today’s organizations. The course is designed to help the students understand if western human resource management theories and practices have any relevance to the local settings. The course will also discuss the Islamic perspective of managing human resource. It will shed light on the basic tenets of human resource management given by Qura’n and Sunnah. The students will also be encouraged to compare and contrast the human resource practices suggested in their text books and the practices critical for achieving success from indigenous perspective.


ACCT-3083 Cost Accounting

The Course deals with examining Cost Accounting as a tool for providing information for manufacturing, Internal reporting, external reporting as well as for managerial decision making. The broad course objectives are to help students to understand the central concepts of Cost Accounting, the methods of conducting data analysis preparation of reports for managerial decision making.


FIN-3082 Financial Management

Financial Management course aims at imparting knowledge about the fundamental concepts and tools of financial management. It emphas i zes the importance of financial management skills to individuals and enterprises. You are expected to gain an initial understanding of the finance function in an organization, the role of the finance manager and the financial environment in which the firm operates. The financial environment covers the understanding of financial and capital markets along with the broad orientation of macroeconomic factors affecting the business. The emphasis will remain on developing the skills for planning, appraising and evaluating the investment, financing and operating decisions.


MIS-3082 Management Information System

This is a fundamental course for the students of business administration. The course is designed to give the concept of information systems and their importance for business success. Different information technology applications in business to manage better and how it will provide support to decision makers for strategic business decisions will be discussed. Different applications like hospital information systems, corporate information systems, city information systems, crime information and control systems, Transaction process system etc. will be discussed.


BUS-3085 Business Research & Report Writing

This course is designed to give an overview of the principles and methods of business research: identification of research question, development of theoretical framework and model, securing the respondents, making a test investigation, sampling, collecting data, types and errors of collected data, tabulating and analyzing the information, interpreting the findings and stating the conclusion through a series of class projects. Practical experience is offered to the students on how research techniques and procedures are applied to solve the business problems. This course is also designed to encourage the students to explore the application of theories that h a v e been predominantly developed in Western cultures by using different research method techniques. An understanding of the relevance of Western research for local practice would help students to explore various business related problems and their plausible solutions from indigenous perspective. The course will also help the students in understanding the importance of the business research as a management decision tool and in dealing with various business-related theoretical and applied problems.


LAW-3081 Business & Corporate Law

The course basically deals with the introduction of those commercial laws which are directly or indirectly related to Business. It includes a short study of contract law, partnership Act, companies’ ordinance and Negotiable instrument The emphasis in this course is to introduce the students with the basic concepts of conventional business law and its implementation in the contemporary financial institutions. The course is outlined in such a way to show the basic philosophy of conventional Business Law along with some example from case study.


MGT-4085 Entrepreneurship

With more than half of the new jobs being created in the world economy by small businesses, the particular problems and experiences encountered in starting and developing new enterprises are clearly worth studying. This course of Entrepreneurship has been designed to provide the participants with an overall understanding of the concept of entrepreneurship and small business management. Participants will be prepared to start, survive, and succeed in their businesses.For those who consider becoming part of a big traditional business, while working for someone else, as a viable career option, it is hoped that participation in this course will orient them towards thinking and acting more entrepreneurially and creatively in the great business ambiance. Thus, regardless of their plans and hopes, this course can benefit them greatly in how they think and act, from an entrepreneurial viewpoint, in the future. The course puts a strong emphasis on the development of a real world, workable, implementable business plan that applies the proper methods, techniques, and skills needed for successfully developing and growing a new venture. While some theory will be explored, the major thrust of this course will be to ensure that the primary product of the course, the Business Plan, and other assignments which have immediate and real world application. This course is about learning of risk and failure and growing from it. It is about learning to forge one’s ideas into workable business concepts, commit them to paper, and flesh them out into a reasonable form that can be tested to see if it could stand up to the demands of the market. The students must write at a top level, argue the potential of their ideas, and convince investors that their ideas are worth being born in the marketplace.


MGT-6090 Financial Reporting and Analysis

In professional practice, the corporate executive has to be competent in financial accounting and reporting. The emphasis is normally on accounting for purpose rather than on detailed accounting techniques. He needs to understand the significance and relevance of accounting information and the process by which it is acquired. His core responsibilities also include compliance with legal and stakeholder requirements, including financial statements. In the boardroom, he contributes to the analysis, presentation, and interpretation of corporate financial performance and results, including the implications for the organization, shareholders, and different stakeholders and for effective corporate governance. The aim of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for students to understand and supervise the execution of these professional responsibilities.


MGT-6093 Strategic Marketing

Strategic Marketing Management is an advance level Marketing course. The aim of the course is to develop a strategic thinking approach tomarketing. It aims to help students understand how companies compete using marketing strategy and its correlates focusing on achieving a competitive advantage for the firm by creating customer value and leveraging the firm’s marketing resources in the most efficient and effective manners. It builds upon the basic concepts of Marketing, which the students have learned in their previous marketing courses and to prepare students to grasp the complex issues of specialized courses like Business policy, etc. In this course students are exposed to a dynamic world of marketing activities using a number of approaches and to enable the students to understand the practical issues that are critical to develop performance orientation. Principles, concepts and analytical tools are taught employing real life examples from both Pakistan’s and international corporate world. This will enable the students to develop skills and competency to apply analytical tools and develop appropriate strategic marketing plans and manage its implementations. After taking this course students are better equipped, both mentally and academically; they understand various terms and concepts and understand how and when to apply them. It prepares them to take on the real life challenges and to add value to the organization for which they will work.


MGT-6097 Strategic HR & Leadership

This course is planned for leaders aiming to improve their effectiveness by developing the human resource potential of their organization in order to achieve business and strategic objectives. This subject identifies and evaluates the alignment of human resource management with business strategy and the role of the leaders in this process. A range of concepts, theories and models which aim to integrate the various functional areas of human resource with business strategy will be examined. Both the theoretical and practical application of issues associated with HR practices and the changing role of leaders will also be discussed. This course uses a combination of theory and practical application of core concepts. Participants will be engaged in discussions of real life situations allowing them to gain a strong grip on the knowledge and skills needed for leadership development. The course debates the primary reasons for leadership derailment and the new paradigm skills that can help organizations to avoid it. It also Explain how leadership has evolved and how historical approaches apply to the practice of the traditional functions of management and the fundamental differences between leadership and management.


MGT-6098 Applied Corporate Finance

This course will provide a thorough grounding in recent developments in applied corporate finance. The course involves a study of the applied corporate finance literature and case studies. It will examine valuation techniques, capital structure, and payout policy, raising capital, going public, financial risk management by firms, corporate governance, takeovers, and insolvency. This course also focuses on practical applications relating to the theory of financial decision making. Case studies, empirical evidence, and current issues in the financial media are used to illustrate key decisions made by managers of the firm. One of the aims is to develop students' ability to make judgments in a realistic setting and to develop the capacity to articulate judgments both orally and in writing.


MGT-6099 Cases In Management

This course is an integrative and interdisciplinary course. Cases in Management is an interesting course to teach because the problems and issues of management cover the whole spectrum of business, including finance, marketing, management, management information systems, production operations, economics, and statistics .It covers the key concepts, tools, and principles of strategy formulation and competitive analysis. It is concerned with managerial decisions and actions that affect the performance and survival of business enterprises. It assumes a broad view of the environment that includes buyers, suppliers, competitors, technology, the economy, capital markets, government, and global forces. Students analyze firms in different industries, make objective strategic decisions for companies, and justify those decisions through oral or written communication.

14 Years of education (B.Com, B.A, B.Sc., etc.) or equivalent degree from HEC recognized University / Institute with minimum 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 50% marks in annual system.

SEMESTER-WISE PAYMENT IN PAK RUPEES

Fee Head1st 2nd3rd4th5th6th7th
Tuition Fee 27500 27500 27500 27500 27500 27500 27500
Admission Fee 20000 - - - - - -
Degree Fee - - - 5000 - -
Certificate Verification Fee 2000 - - - - - -
Processing Fee - 5000 - - - - -
University Security 5000 - - - - - -
Red Crescent  Donation 100 - - - - - -
University Card Fee 300 - - - - - -
Library Fee 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
Examination Fee 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Medical Fee 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
Student Activity Fund 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
Endowment Fund 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
Transport Fee* 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000
TOTAL 68900 46500 41500 46500 41500 41500 41500

* There is no Transport Fee for Hostel Resident but they will pay hostel charges