The Master of Science in Management Science program offers a professional graduate course of study designed to provide competency in management and to acquaint the student with a variety of business activities. The MS degree program is both decision and policy oriented and focuses on key aspects of modern business administration. It is a two year degree program offered by the Department of Management Sciences to working professionals. The MS program in Management Sciences is designed to prepare graduates for managerial and administrative roles in business, industry and government on the national and international levels. It also prepares students for a variety of leadership positions in complex contemporary business environments and teaching careers

Program Learning Outcomes

The Program is widely recognized as the most appropriate educational qualification for future senior managers and executives. The Department of Management Sciences aims to provide a program, which is both educationally sound and directly relevant to such areas as industry, commerce, and public service etc. The overall objective of the MS Program is to develop managers and business leaders with the vision, knowledge, creativity, skills, ethics and entrepreneurial ability necessary to integrate dynamic and strategic view of organizations and to play an effective role within them. The ability to think beyond the boundaries is characteristics sought by any forward thinking organization. It underpins the structure and content of our MS program.

Specialization

  • HRM
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain

Duration

2 years’ program comprising of 4 semesters.

Eligibility

  • Sixteen years of schooling or equivalent
  • Admission Test/ Gat (General)
  • Interview

Degree Requirements

  • Completion of 30 credit hours with thesis with minimum CGPA 3.00
  • In case of course work, completion of 36 credit hours with minimum CGPA 3.00

1. Human Resources Management (12 Cr.Hrs.)

Course Title
Research Methods in Social Sciences
Performance Management
Strategic Human Resources Management
Industrial Psychology
Organizational Development
Cross Cultural HRM
Conflict and Negotiation Management
Change Management
High Performance Work System

Course Code
HRM 6813
HRM 6023
HRM 6053
HRM 6153
HRM 6163
HRM 6333
HRM 6103
HRM 6113
HRM 6083

Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03


2. Finance

Course Title
Case Studies in Corporate Finance
Advance Portfolio Management
Behavioral Finance
Financial Economics
Issues in Financial Reporting
Finance Theory
Research Methods in Finance
Financial Risk Management
Public Finance and Decision Making

Course Code
FIN 6033
FIN 6063
FIN 6073
FIN 6083
FIN 6093
FIN 6233
FIN 6813
FIN 6103
FIN 6113

Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03


3. Marketing (12 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title
Advertising and Sales Promotion
International Marketing
Psychology of Consumer Behavior
Brand Management
Marketing Ethics
Customer Relationship Management
Product and Price Strategy
Entrepreneurial Marketing
Advance Digital Marketing

Course Code
MKT 6043
MKT 6053
MKT 6233
MKT 6073
MKT 6063
MKT 6133
MKT 6103
MKT 6113
MKT 6063

Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03


4. Supply Chain Management

Course Title
Business Process Re-engineering
Change Management
Distribution and Channel Management
International Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management
Inventory Control and material management
Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma
Retail management
Strategic Supply Chain Management
Total Quality management
Vendor Management
Warehouse Management

Course Code











Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03

Semester I

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
MG5100Advance Research Methodology3-
FN5300Strategic Finance3-
XXXXXSpecialization I3-
MG5110Corporate Governance3-
Total12

Semester II

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
XXXXXSpecialization II3-
MG5270Strategic Marketing3-
MG5120Organizational Theory and Design3-
MG5130Quantitative Research Methods3-
Total12

Semester III

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
MG6110Research Thesis 13MG5100
OR
MG1630Final Research Project (FRP)3MG5100
XXXXXSpecialization III3-
Total6

Semester IV

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
xxxxResearch Thesis II3MG69110
Total3

Note: Registration in “Thesis” is allowed provided the student has earned at least 18 credits hours and his/her CGPA is equal to or greater than the graduating CGPA (2.5).

+ PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The Master of Science in Management Science program offers a professional graduate course of study designed to provide competency in management and to acquaint the student with a variety of business activities. The MS degree program is both decision and policy oriented and focuses on key aspects of modern business administration. It is a two year degree program offered by the Department of Management Sciences to working professionals. The MS program in Management Sciences is designed to prepare graduates for managerial and administrative roles in business, industry and government on the national and international levels. It also prepares students for a variety of leadership positions in complex contemporary business environments and teaching careers

Program Learning Outcomes

The Program is widely recognized as the most appropriate educational qualification for future senior managers and executives. The Department of Management Sciences aims to provide a program, which is both educationally sound and directly relevant to such areas as industry, commerce, and public service etc. The overall objective of the MS Program is to develop managers and business leaders with the vision, knowledge, creativity, skills, ethics and entrepreneurial ability necessary to integrate dynamic and strategic view of organizations and to play an effective role within them. The ability to think beyond the boundaries is characteristics sought by any forward thinking organization. It underpins the structure and content of our MS program.

Specialization

  • HRM
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain

Duration

2 years’ program comprising of 4 semesters.

Eligibility

  • Sixteen years of schooling or equivalent
  • Admission Test/ Gat (General)
  • Interview

Degree Requirements

  • Completion of 30 credit hours with thesis with minimum CGPA 3.00
  • In case of course work, completion of 36 credit hours with minimum CGPA 3.00
+ SPECIALIZATION

1. Human Resources Management (12 Cr.Hrs.)

Course Title
Research Methods in Social Sciences
Performance Management
Strategic Human Resources Management
Industrial Psychology
Organizational Development
Cross Cultural HRM
Conflict and Negotiation Management
Change Management
High Performance Work System

Course Code
HRM 6813
HRM 6023
HRM 6053
HRM 6153
HRM 6163
HRM 6333
HRM 6103
HRM 6113
HRM 6083

Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03


2. Finance

Course Title
Case Studies in Corporate Finance
Advance Portfolio Management
Behavioral Finance
Financial Economics
Issues in Financial Reporting
Finance Theory
Research Methods in Finance
Financial Risk Management
Public Finance and Decision Making

Course Code
FIN 6033
FIN 6063
FIN 6073
FIN 6083
FIN 6093
FIN 6233
FIN 6813
FIN 6103
FIN 6113

Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03


3. Marketing (12 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title
Advertising and Sales Promotion
International Marketing
Psychology of Consumer Behavior
Brand Management
Marketing Ethics
Customer Relationship Management
Product and Price Strategy
Entrepreneurial Marketing
Advance Digital Marketing

Course Code
MKT 6043
MKT 6053
MKT 6233
MKT 6073
MKT 6063
MKT 6133
MKT 6103
MKT 6113
MKT 6063

Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03


4. Supply Chain Management

Course Title
Business Process Re-engineering
Change Management
Distribution and Channel Management
International Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management
Inventory Control and material management
Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma
Retail management
Strategic Supply Chain Management
Total Quality management
Vendor Management
Warehouse Management

Course Code











Cr. Hrs.
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03

+ SCHEME OF STUDIES

Semester I

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
MG5100Advance Research Methodology3-
FN5300Strategic Finance3-
XXXXXSpecialization I3-
MG5110Corporate Governance3-
Total12

Semester II

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
XXXXXSpecialization II3-
MG5270Strategic Marketing3-
MG5120Organizational Theory and Design3-
MG5130Quantitative Research Methods3-
Total12

Semester III

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
MG6110Research Thesis 13MG5100
OR
MG1630Final Research Project (FRP)3MG5100
XXXXXSpecialization III3-
Total6

Semester IV

Course CodeCourse TitleCr. Hrs.Pre-Req
xxxxResearch Thesis II3MG69110
Total3

Note: Registration in “Thesis” is allowed provided the student has earned at least 18 credits hours and his/her CGPA is equal to or greater than the graduating CGPA (2.5).

+ FEE STRUCTURE