SCHEME OF STUDIES

Program: BS Governance & Public Policy
Short Title: BSGPP
Duration: 8 Semesters, 4 years
Credit Hours: 130
Eligibility: Intermediate with minimum 50% marks or equivalent

Course Description:

This course is designed for students interested in policy issues, politics, public administration, and related areas like policy analysis and policy advocacy, federal and provincial government, NGOs, local and foreign media outlets and thinktanks.

Career Opportunities

  • Federal and local government
  • Bureaucracy, politics, & policy
  • Governmental affairs and public service careers
  • Policy analysis and governance studies

SCHEME OF STUDIES

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-111 Functional English-I 3 (3–0)
ARAB-111 Arabic –I 3(3-0)
GPP-112 Introduction to Government & Public Policy 3 (3–0)
MATH-113 Mathematics 3 (3–0)
IS-114 Islamic Studies 2 (2–0)
GPP-411 Introduction to Public & Nonprofit Financial Management 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-121 Functional English-II 3 (3–0)
ARAB-211 Arabic -II 3 (3–0)
GPP-212 Politics & Governance in Pakistan 3 (3–0)
GPP-213 Ethics for Public Administrator 3 (3–0)
ECO-126 Micro Economics 3 (3–0)
PS-116 Pakistan Studies 2 (2–0)
Credit Hours: 17

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-224 English-III (Technical Writing & Presentation Skills 3 (3–0)
GPP-212 Introduction to Politics & International Relations 3 (3–0)
GPP-213 Introduction to International Development Studies 3 (3–0)
ECO-216 Macro Economics 3 (3–0)
MGT-213 Introduction to HRM 3 (3–0)
SS-214 Sociology 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours: 18

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GPP-221 Social Planning 3(3-0)
GPP-222 The Role of Government 3 (3–0)
GPP-223 Public Management 3 (3–0)
STAT-224 Statistical Inference 3 (3–0)
ECO-223 Pakistan Economy 3 (3–0)
PH-224 Public Health 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester V

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GPP-311 Economics & Social Policy 3 (3–0)
GPP-312 Leadership & Policy Making 3 (3–0)
GPP-313 International Political Economy 3 (3–0)
GPP-314 Law & Public Policy 3 (3–0)
GPP-315 Governance & Institutions 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours: 15

Semester VI

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GPP-321 Policy & Advocacy 3 (3–0)
GPP-322 Issues in Public Policy 3 (3–0)
GPP-323 Determinants of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy 3 (3–0)
GPP-324 Democratization & Policy Formation 3 (3–0)
GPP-325 Higher Education & Public Policy 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester VII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GPP-411 Elements of Social Sciences Research 3(3-0)
GPP-413 Globalization & Global Governance 3(3-0)
MGT-474 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
FIN-123 Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance 3(3-0)
HRM-421 Human Resource Development  (HR Specialization III) 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VIII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GPP-422 Project 3(0-3)
MGT-421 Business Policy 3(3-0)
GPP-423 Environmental Policy & Sustainable Development Units 3(3-0)
GPP-424 Terrorism & Counterterrorism 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 18
Total Credit Hours: 130

Program: BS Aviation Management
Short Title: BSAM
Duration: 8 Semesters, 4 years
Credit Hours: 135
Eligibility: Intermediate with minimum 50% marks or equivalent
Location: Health Sciences Wing (females) and Engineering Wing (males)

Course Description:

BS Aviation Management degree is designed for students pursuing to lead and succeed in the world of aviation. Harmonizing basic aviation concepts with innovative business ideas and strategy, the programme provides students a rock-solid foundation of aviation knowledge, industry standards, principles of management, and leadership. The programme explores all facades of aviation management, including airport planning and management, airline fleet management, fiscal aspects of aviation, aviation marketing, health and safety environment in aviation, aviation safety, aviation security, and global aviation business strategies. This approach to aviation education gives the student added value over other aviation programs by focusing on the skills and knowledge required by today’s fast growing aviation industry. After the graduation, students will be considered eligible and qualified candidates for staff, operational, and executive jobs within the aviation industry.

Career Opportunities

In the dynamic field of aviation, The University of Faisalabad offers this program that focuses on the development and use of critical thinking, communication, leadership, global awareness and innovation. This degree will prepare you for an exciting and challenging career in different travel and aviation firms and offers you the opportunity to explore multicultural diversity. The BS Aviation Management degree prepares students for professional careers in the following areas:

  • Airline management
  • Airline flight operations
  • Airline ground operations
  • Airport management
  • Airport operations
  • Airport planning
  • Aviation consultancy firms
  • Aviation charter firms
  • Air services
  • Aviation regulatory and safety services
  • Aviation safety authorities

SCHEME OF STUDIES

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-111 Fundamental English – I (Functional English) 3 (3–0)
IS-112 Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
HS-113 History of Flight 3 (3–0)
PF-114 Principles of Flight 3 (3–0)
PM-115 Principles of Management 3 (3–0)
PHY-116 Physics 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-121 ICAO Aviation English 3 (3–0)
PS-122 Pakistan Studies 3 (3–0)
MET-123 Meteorology 3 (3–0)
MATH-124 Mathematics 3 (3–0)
NFP-125 Navigation & Flight Planning 3 (3–0)
AEN-126 Aero-engines 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-211 Technical Writing & Presentation skills 3 (3–0)
IC-102 Introduction to Computing 4 (3–1)
HRM-212 Human Resource Management 3 (3–0)
ARC-213 Aircraft  Communications 3 (3–0)
AVL-214 Aviation Law 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 16

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
STAT-221 Statistics 3(3-0)
AGN-222 Aircraft General Knowledge 3 (3–0)
RMA-223 Risk Management in Aviation 3 (3–0)
MIS-224 Management Information systems 3 (3–0)
SMA-225 Safety Management System in Aviation 3 (3–0)
BE-226 Business Ethics 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester V

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EMA-311 Essentials of Aviation Management 3 (3–0)
APD-312 Airport planning & Designing 3 (3–0)
HAS-313 Health and Safety Environment in Aviation 3 (3–0)
MIC-314 Micro Economics 3 (3–0)
OB-315 Organizational Behavior 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VI

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AMP-321 Airspace Management in Pakistan 3 (3–0)
CAV-322 Corporate Aviation 3 (3–0)
AAM-323 Airline and Airport Marketing 3 (3–0)
ML-324 Managerial Leadership 3 (3–0)
MAC-325 Macro Economics 3 (3–0)
FM-326 Financial Management 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester VII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MA-411 Managing Airline 3(3-0)
PRO-412 Aviation Project Management 3(3-0)
AS-413 Airport Security 3(3-0)
PQM-414 Principles of Quality Management 3(3-0)
BRM-415 Business Research Methodology-I 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VIII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ARS-421 Aircraft Safety Accident Investigations, analysis & Applications 3(0-3)
HFPA-422 Human Factor & Performance in Aviation 3(3-0)
ECO-423 Airline and Airport Economics 3(3-0)
OPM-424 Operations Management 3(3-0)
RM-425 Research Methodology-II / Internship reports/Thesis 6(6-0)
Credit Hours : 18
Total Credit Hours: 130

Program: BS Media and Communication Management
Short Title: BSMC
Duration: 8 Semesters, 4 years
Credit Hours: 130
Eligibility: Intermediate with minimum 50% marks or equivalent
Location: Health Sciences Wing (females) and Engineering Wing (males)

Course Description:

BS Media and Communication management is characterized by its progressive structure, which allows for various specializations through the programme. The course has been designed with a rigorous yet interactive approach towards both theory and practical subjects. Specific studio courses, which are open ended in their approach are designed to give the student a chance to interact with the faculty according to subjects agendas to discuss and develop new ideas. The core courses provide the student with the capability to harness the concepts and technologies according to their needs. A wide array of elective and summer courses have also been designed to further facilitate the students towards a better understanding of their curriculum

Career Opportunities

The students of this course will acquire the training and skills required for exceeding in the fields of print, television, radio, online journalism, media theory, media regulation & public policy, and media & public relations.

SCHEME OF STUDIES

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-103 English-I 3 (3–0)
IS-105 Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
MC-101 Introduction to Communication 3 (3–0)
IT-102 Computer Skills 3 (3–0)
MC-102 Introduction to Television 3 (3–0)
MC-103 Audio/Video Technologies 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-111 English-II 3 (3–0)
PS-106 Pak Studies 2 (2–0)
MC-111 Contemporary World Media 3 (3–0)
STAT-111 Statistics 3 (3–0)
MC-112 Introduction to Visual Communication Theories 3 (3–0)
MC-113 Audio/Video Technologies II 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-201 Oral Communication 3 (3–0)
Urdu-202 Functional Urdu 3 (3–0)
NA-203 National & International Affairs 3 (3–0)
Math-204 Mathematics 3 (3–0)
MC-205 Film Aesthetics 3 (3–0)
PTG-206 Photography 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-211 English IV 3(3-0)
MC-212 Mass Media in Pakistan 3 (3–0)
MC-213 Writing Workshop 3 (3–0)
PJ-214 Photojournalism 3 (3–0)
MC-215 Film Theory 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester V

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-301 News Reporting & Writing 3 (3–0)
JLM-302 Broadcast Journalism 3 (3–0)
JLM-303 Online Journalism 3 (3–0)
MC-304 Media & Audience 3 (3–0)
MC-305 Theories of Communication 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VI

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
DSN-311 Sub Editing & Page Designing (Theory & Practice) 3 (3–0)
ENG-312 Feature, Column & Editorial Writing (Theory & Practice) 3 (3–0)
RM-313 Research Methods 3 (3–0)
MC-314 Documentary I 3 (3–0)
MC-315 Advertising, Promotion & Public Relation 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MC-401 Documentary II 3(3-0)
MC-402 Video Editing 3(3-0)
MC-403 Media Ethics and Laws 3(3-0)
MC-404 Course from Specialization 3(3-0)
MC-405 Course from Specialization 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VIII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MC-411 Research Report 3(0-3)
MC-412 Media Management & Marketing 3(3-0)
MC-413 Documentary or Specialized Journalism – Health, Education, Economics, Environment, Women & Media, Labour, Regional Media, Media in SAARC Countries, Sports, Rural Journalism etc. (Out of these subjects, one can be opted). 3(3-0)
MC-414 Course from Specialization 3(3-0)
MC-415 Course from Specialization 3(3-0)
MC-416 Internship 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 18
Total Credit Hours: 130

Program: Bachelor of Business Administration
Short Title: BBA
Duration: 8 Semesters (4 Years)
Credit Hours: 130
Eligibility: Intermediate with minimum Second Division or its equivalent
Location: Health Sciences Wing (females) and Engineering Wing (males)

Objectives

The BBA program aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of business and general education. The program assists the student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for successfully managing business functions, an organizational unit or an enterprise. The specific objectives of the program are to:

  • produce up-to-date, assertive and effective executives for business and  other organizations, and
  • prepare students for higher studies in business at home and

Career with BBA Degree

The BBA program prepares students for executive career in business and other organizations. The BBA degree is many a times referred to as the golden passport, since it gives its holder an edge in the job market by opening more doors of opportunity. The degree helps the graduate to fulfill potential for high earnings, increased responsibility, and greater personal development. The present decade has been labeled as the era of business, business administration and business graduates.

SCHEME OF STUDY OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-113 Freshman English-I 3 (3–0)
ARAB-111 Arabic –I 3 (3–0)
MIS-117 IT in Business 3 (3–0)
BUS-411 Introduction to Business 3 (3–0)
GEN-114 Islamic Studies 2 (2–0)
MATH-114 Business Mathematics 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-112 Freshman English-II 3 (3–0)
ARAB-211 Arabic -II 3 (3–0)
STAT-223 Business Statistics 3 (3–0)
MGT-122 Introduction to Management 3 (3–0)
ECO-126 Micro Economics 3 (3–0)
PS-116 Pakistan Studies 2 (2–0)
Credit Hours : 17

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-211 Oral Communication 3 (3–0)
FiN-224 Business Finance 3 (3–0)
ECO-216 Macro Economics 3 (3–0)
ACT-121 Financial Accounting-I 3 (3–0)
MGT-213 Introduction to HRM 3 (3–0)
ST-422 Social Tolerance 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
BUS-126 Business Communication 3(3-0)
MKT-221 Principles of Marketing 3 (3–0)
STAT-224 Statistical Inference 3 (3–0)
ACT-222 Financial Accounting-II 3 (3–0)
ECO-223 Pakistan Economy 3 (3–0)
MIS-235 Management Information System 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 18

Semester V

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ACT-231 Cost Accounting 3 (3–0)
MKT-471 Marketing Management 3 (3–0)
FIN-241 Financial Management 3 (3–0)
MIS-412 E-Commerce 3 (3–0)
Specialization-I 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VI

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-415 Organizational Behaviour 3 (3–0)
MKT-440 Consumer Behaviour 3 (3–0)
ECO-420 Managerial Economics 3 (3–0)
MGT-361 Small and Medium Enterprise Management 3 (3–0)
Specialization-II 3 (3–0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-41 1 Business Research & Report Writing 3(3-0)
MGT-41 3 Operations Management 3(3-0)
MGT-474 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
FIN-123 Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance 3(3-0)
Specialization-III 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VIII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-424 Business Project 6(0-6)
MGT-421 Business Policy 3(3-0)
MGT-422 International Business Management 3(3-0)
Specialization-IV 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15
Total Credit Hours: 130

Elective Courses for BBA 8 Semesters: HRM Specialization

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
HRM-422 Performance Management System 3
HRM-424 Career Development 3
HRM-425 Recruitment and Selection 3
HRM-470 Employee Relation and Description 3
HRM-421 Human Resource Development 3
HRM-427 Compensation Management 3

Marketing Specialization

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MKT-433 Advertising 3
MKT-431 Export Marketing 3
MKT-440 Consumer Behavior 3
MKT-450 Supply Chain Management 3
MKT-430 International Marketing 3
MKT-461 Services Marketing 3
MKT-438 E-Marketing 3
MKT-439 Digital Marketing 3

Finance Specialization

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
FIN-443 International Finance 3
FIN-442 Financial Markets and Institutions 3
FIN-444 Analysis of Financial Statement 3
FIN-445 Corporate Finance 3
FIN-448 Investment and Portfolio Management 3
FIN-447 Risk Management 3

Program: Master of Business Administration
Short Title: MBA (Regular)
Duration: 7 Semesters (3.5 Years)
Credit Hours: 96
Eligibility: BSc/BA/BCom with minimum second division or equivalent
Location: Health Sciences Wing (females) and Engineering Wing (males)

Objectives:

The objectives of the MBA program are to develop the student’s

  • Technical and functional skills in such areas as accounting, finance, marketing, production-operations and human resource
  • Analytical decision making skills so that the students can identify and diagnose problems, formulate alternative solutions
  • Ability to successfully communicate and interact with diverse individuals, the ability to provide leadership and to function as an entity in a competitive environment.
  • Inclination to innovate indigenous systems and management practices.

Career Opportunities:

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is designed to meet the challenge of fulfilling the needs of the society.

The program provides a strong general background in management theory and practice alongwith a variety of other subjects e.g. finance, accounting, marketing, economics and statistics that can be integrated with technical and professional skills. The program meets the needs of a diverse group of students from business, commerce, social science, arts, humanities and other fields.

Business and industrial sector is tremendously influenced by frequent changes in environmental, social, ecological, and economic forces. Keeping in view these challenges our MBA program will prepare the students for assuming responsibilities of management suiting to the situations.

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MKT-125 Principles of Marketing 3(3-0)
ACT-121 Financial Accounting -I 3(3-0)
ECO-124 Principles of Economics  3(3-0)
MKT-124 Principles of Management 3(3-0)
STAT-221 Quantitative Decision Making 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ACT-222 Financial Accounting -II 3(3-0)
HRM-234 Human Resource Management 3(3-0)
MIS-117 IT in Business 3(3-0)
ECO-128 Business Economics 3(3-0)
FIN-224 Business Finance 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
LAW-246 Business & Corporate Law 3(3-0)
ACT-233 Cost & Management Accounting 3(3-0)
BUS-126 Business Communication 3(3-0)
FIN-241 Financial Management 3(3-0)
BUS-422 Global/International Business and World Trade 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-423 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
ISB-412 Islamic Financial System 3(3-0)
MKT-471 Marketing Management 3(3-0)
MGT-354 Business Research Methods 3(3-0)
MGT-441 Operation Management 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester V

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-424 Leadership & Organizational Behavior 3(3-0)
FIN-415 Strategic Finance 3(3-0)
FIN-411 Corporate Governance 3(3-0)
Elective-I 3(3-0)
Elective-II 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VI

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-422 Strategic Management 3(3-0)
MSB-513 Strategic Marketing 3(3-0)
FIN-444 Financial Reporting Analysis 3(3-0)
Elective-III 3(3-0)
Elective-IV 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester VII

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PRO-480 Project 6 (6–0)
Credit Hours : 6
Total Credit Hours : 96

Elective Courses for MBA HRM Specialization

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
HRM-478 Training & Development 3(3-0)
HRM-422 Performance Management System 3(3-0)
HRM-424 Career Development 3(3-0)
HRM-425 Recruitment and Selection 3(3-0)
HRM-427 Compensation Management 3(3-0)

Marketing Specialization

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MKT-432 Integrated Marketing Communication 3(3-0)
MKT-438 E-Marketing 3(3-0)
MKT-439 Digital Marketing 3(3-0)
MKT-435 Brand Management 3(3-0)
MKT-431 Export Marketing 3(3-0)
MKT-440 Consumer Behaviour 3(3-0)
MKT-451 Sales Management 3(3-0)

Finance Specialization

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
FIN-442 Financial Markets and Institutions 3(3-0)
FIN-443 International Finance 3(3-0)
FIN-445 Corporate Finance 3(3-0)
FIN-448 Investment & Portfolio Management 3(3-0)
FIN-447 Risk Management 3(3-0)

Program: Master of Business Administration (Executive)
Short Title: MBA (Executive)
Duration: 4 Semesters (2 Years)
Credit Hours: 72
Eligibility: Intermediate with minimum Second Division or its equivalent
Location: Health Sciences Wing (females) and Engineering Wing (males)

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-124 Principles of Management 3(3-0)
MKT-125 Principles of Marketing 3(3-0)
BUS-126 Business Communication 3(3-0)
ACT-122 Financial Accounting-II 3(3-0)
STAT-22 1 Quantitative Decision Making 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MIS-235 Management Information System 3(3-0)
FIN-241 Financial Management 3(3-0)
ECO-420 Managerial Economics 3(3-0)
HRM-234 Human Resource Management 3(3-0)
MGT-354 Business Research Methods 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MKT-471 Marketing Management 3(3-0)
FIN-41 1 Corporate Governance 3(3-0)
HRM-428 Organizational Theory and Design 3(3-0)
MGT-441 Operation Management 3(3-0)
ACT-233 Cost and Management Accounting 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-440 Leadership 3(3-0)
MGT-473 International Business and World Trade 3(3-0)
MGT-450 Project Management 3(3-0)
HRM-478 Training and Development 3(3-0)
Elective -I 3(3-0)
Credit Hours : 15

Semester V

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MKT-451 Sales Management 3(3-0)
Elective-II 3(3-0)
PRO-480 Project 6(0-6)
Credit Hours : 12
Total Credit Hours 72

Elective Courses Marketing

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MKT-430 International Marketing 3(3-0)
MKT-435 Brand Management 3(3-0)
MKT-432 Integrated Marketing Communication 3(3-0)

Human Resource Management

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
HRM-422 Performance Management System 3(3-0)
HRM-427 Compensation Management 3(3-0)
HRM-425 Recruitment and Selection 3(3-0)

Finance

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
FIN-444 Analysis of Financial Statement 3(3-0)
FIN-445 Corporate Finance 3(3-0)
FIN-447 Risk Management 3(3-0)
FIN-448 Investment & Portfolio Management 3(3-0)

Program: Master of Science in Management/ MBA after BBA (8 semesters)
Short Title: MS Management/MBA
Duration: 1.5 Years (3 semesters)
Credit Hours: 30 (24 credit hours of course work and 6 credit hours of research thesis) for MS: and 24 credit hours of course work and project of 6 credit hours for MBA
Eligibility:Location: BBA 4 Years with minimum CGPA=2.5 out of 4 or MBA/MCom or Equivalent (2 Years) with minimum
CGPA=2.5 out of 4. The candidate will have to qualify GAT (Subject) Test securing minimum 50% score Health Sciences Wing (females) and Engineering Wing (males)
Subject Code Whenofered in MS Subject CodeWhen ofered inMBA Course Title Credit Hours
MSB-524 FIN-524 Strategic Financial Management 3(3-0)
MSB-513 MKT-513 Strategic Marketing Management 3(3-0)
MGT-472 MGT-472 Strategic Management 3(3-0)
MSB-515 BRM-515 Advance Research Methodology 3(3-0)
MSB-532 MGT-5 32 Corporate Governance 3(3-0)
MSB-533 MGT-533 Knowledge Management 3(3-0)
MSB-514 MGT-514 Management Theories 3(3-0)
MSB-534 MGT-534 Management of Innovation 3(3-0)
MSB-535 MGT-535 Diversity Management 3(3-0)
MSB-536 MKT-536 Event Management 3(3-0)
MSB-537 MKT-537 Entrepreneurial Innovation 3(3-0)
MSB-525 MKT-525 Emerging Markets 3(3-0)
MSB-5 16 MKT-5 16 International Marketing for SMEs 3(3-0)
MSB-517 MKT-517 Marketing Networking 3(3-0)
MSB-528 FIN-528 Global Equity Investment 3(3-0)
MSB-518 FIN-518 Emerging Issues in Financial Markets and Institutions 3(3-0)
MSB-527 FIN-527 Credit Risk Analysis 3(3-0)
Managing Conflicts at Workplace
Statistical Tools for Research
International HRM
MSB-540 PRO-840 Dissertation / Project Report 6(0-6)

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