1 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT & SOCIAL SCIENCES Dr. Arshad Hassan Dean The Faculty of Management and Social Sciences aims at producing graduates who can lead and guide the society with vision and have the ability with appropriate training to manage its resources effectively. A special emphasis has been given on business curriculum to create managers with high competence and ethical values. A unique combination of classroom experience and corporate training has been adopted in business studies to create managerial skills, confidence building and decision making. Our graduate programs provide a good research opportunity to MS and PhD students. The faculty has produced over 500 MS and over 20 PhD graduates in HR, Finance and Marketing. We are proud to claim that the alumni of the faculty are serving different national and multi-national organizations with professional zeal and competence.
2 FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Arshad Hassan PhD Finance, MAJU, Islamabad MS Finance, MAJU, Islamabad M Sc (Maths), Punjab University, Lahore MBA IT, COMSATS, Islamabad Associate Professor/Dean Faculty of Management & Social Sciences Dr. Ansir A. Rajput PhD, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad MBA, Babson College, USA BSEE, Sunny Buffalo, USA Associate Professor/Associate Dean Corporate Linkages Dr. Aisha Akbar PhD Education, AIOU, Islamabad M.Phil Education, AIOU, Islamabad Professor Dr. Muhammad Ramzan Akhtar PhD Economics, Boston University, USA MA PE Economics Boston University, USA M Phil Economics QAU, Islamabad Professor Prof. Safdar Ali Butt M.Com, Karachi University, Karachi Professor Dr. Muhammad Sarwar Anjum PhD Resource Economics, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA M Sc (Hons), University of Agriculture, Faisalabad B Sc (Hons), University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Professor Mr. Arif Vaseer MBA, Michigan State University, USA BBA, Michigan State University, USA Associate Professor/Director QEC Dr. Sajid Bashir PhD HRM, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad. MS HRM, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad. MBA, IIU, Islamabad Associate Professor/Head of Department Dr. Sayed M. Mehdi Raza Naqvi PhD (Management Sciences), Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad. MS, (Management Sciences) Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad. MA Economics, Punjab University, Lahore Associate Professor Dr. Shazia Akhtar PhD (HR Development), NUML, Islamabad M.Sc. (Pakistan Studies), Q.A.U. Islamabad Assistant Professor
3 Dr. Muhammad Arif Khattak PhD (HRM), M.A.J.U, Islamabad M Phil, NUML, Islamabad MBA, NUK Newport Institute of Communication and Economics MA English, NUML, Islamabad Assistant Professor Dr. Muhammad Ishfaq Khan MS Management Sciences, COMSATS, Islamabad MBA-IT, COMSATS, Islamabad Assistant Professor Mrs. Qurat-ul-Ain M. Phil Area Studies, QAU, Islamabad M. Sc Pakistan Studies, QAU, Islamabad Assistant Professor Mrs. Ameena Zafar MA, English, Punjab University, Lahore BA, Kinnaird Collage, Lahore Assistant Professor Mr. Shakeel ur Rehman Raja M Sc, Coventry University, U.K. B Sc Computer Engineering, Coventry University, UK Assistant Professor Mr. Asif Ayub Kiyani MBA (HRM), University of Central Oklahoma, USA MPA, Quaid e Azam University, Islamabad Assistant Professor Mr. Waseem Ahmed MS Management Sciences, M.A.J.U, Islamabad MA Linguistics & Literature, QAU, Islamabad Assistant Professor Mr. Aamir Khan Khattak MS (Management Sciences), COMSATS Islamabad Assistant Professor Mr. Nasir Rasool MS Finance, M.A.J.U., Islamabad MBA IT, M.A.J.U., Islamabad B Com, Punjab University, Lahore Lecturer Mr. Ahsan Mahmood Ahmed MS HRD, Middlesex Uni. Business School, London BBA Marketing, Middlesex Uni. Business School, London Lecturer Miss. Maria Mashkoor MS (HRM) M.A.J.U, Islamabad MA International Business and Management, Uni of Westminster, London, UK BBA (Hons), MAJU Islamabad Lecturer Ms. Saeeda Ibrahim MA TEFL, AIOU, Islamabad MA English, Punjab University, Lahore Lecturer
4 Mr. Shujahat Haider Hashmi MS (Finance), MAJU, Islamabad MBA, AJ & K University, Muzaffarabd Lecturer Mr. Ahmad Fraz MS (Finance),M.A.J.U. Islamabad Lecturer Mr. Muhammad Bilal Saeed MS (Management Sciences), University of Agriculture, Rawalpindi Lecturer
5 DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES qualities which is an essential part of the curriculum at all levels. The faculty maintains regular contact with reputable business houses through seminars, membership of related committees, internship programs and job placement services to help open the doors for meaningful job opportunities for our students. Dr. Sajid Bashir Head of Department Department of Management Sciences offers programs which explore in-depth relationships between academic teaching and real life management problems. It combines excellence in research with state of the art campus facilities and a full spectrum of undergraduate, post graduate and PhD programs. It helps students to develop skills to collect pertinent information, analyze it and derive meaningful inferences for decision-making. The case study method of imparting knowledge is used to maintain the pace of each program at a rigorous level to prepare students for effectively handling the challenges of a modern day work place. Course contents are carefully selected by highly qualified professionals at different levels to ensure a comprehensive coverage of all aspects of managing a dynamic business. Due emphasis is placed upon development of entrepreneurial spirit and leadership
6 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) BBA program is especially designed to meet industry requirements in a changing global corporate environment and provides the right tools that allow students to achieve their career objectives. Being highly-regarded, the program opens up a world of opportunities for students who wish to develop a career locally or internationally. With more emphasis on project based work, the unique feature of this BBA program helps the students to come up with meaningful solutions. This gives them the essential exposure to the manner in which a business would operate in Pakistan. Additionally a large number of professional and technical seminars are conducted where senior managers from the industry are invited to share their experiences with our students. Through the BBA program we help our students to have sufficient understanding of the business world which helps them to navigate challenges and opportunities in their careers in leading organizations. Specialization Areas a) Finance a) Human Resource Management b) Marketing c) Information Technology d) Entrepreneurship Admission Requirements securing at least 45% marks in aggregate Degree Requirements Each candidate for the BBA degree is required to complete 10 Cr. Hrs. as per the following detail: Area (Cr. Hrs.) (a) Core Courses 60 (b) Elective Courses 0 (c) General Education and Support Courses 4 (d) Business Project 06 Total 10 Business Project (6 Cr. Hrs.): It is mandatory for every student to complete a Summer Project following the 6th semester or after the completion of 90 Cr. Hrs. of course work. Duration: This is a four year degree program comprising of 8 semesters with a minimum of 10 Cr. Hrs. There is a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The summer sessions are utilized for Business Projects or deficiency courses. The maximum duration to complete the degree is 7 years.
7 a) Core Courses (60 Cr. Hrs.) Principles of Accounting I ACC 200 Principles of Accounting II ACC 201 Cost Accounting ACC 0 Business Communications BCM 20 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 100 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 101 Entrepreneurship and Innovation ENT 400 Business Finance FIN 00 Financial Management FIN 01 Introduction to HRM HRM 200 Introduction to Management MGT 100 Organizational Behavior MGT 407 IT in Business MIS 100 Management Information System MIS 404 Principles of Marketing MKT 100 Marketing Management MKT 201 Consumer Behavior MKT 40 Business Mathematics MTH 200 Statistics for Business MTH 01 Business Research & Report Writing RCH 00 b) Elective Courses (0 Cr. Hrs.) Money & Banking BNK 40 Social Entrepreneurship ENT 406 Islamic Banking FIN 404 Money and Capital Markets FIN 421
8 Organizational Development HRM 406 Personal Management & Grooming HM 10 Introduction to Industrial Relations HRM 16 Legal Environment in Business LAW 00 Managerial Ethics MGT 05 Business Policy & Strategy MGT 11 Total Quality Management MGT 12 World Trade Organization MGT 14 Operation Management MGT 404 Project Management MGT 409 International Business Management MGT 41 E- Business MIS 40 Supply Chain Management MIS 418 Advertising and Promotion MKT 04 Marketing Research MKT 21 Cyber Marketing MKT 22 Customer Relationship Marketing MKT 2 Sales and Selling MKT 415 Services Marketing MKT 401 Principles of Retailing MKT 420 (c) General Education and Support Courses ( 4 Cr. Hrs.) Pakistan and Islamic Studies HM 100 English I HM 101 English II HM 102 Technical Report Writing HM 20 Introduction to Psychology HM 205 Introduction to Sociology HM 206
9 Major World Religions HM 211 Introduction to Logic HM 212 German I HM 207 Chinese I HM 207 French I HM 222 Arabic I HM 219 English Literature I HM 21 German II HM 08 Chinese II HM 221 French II HM 08 Arabic II HM 10 English Literature II HM 14
10 SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR BBA Semester-1(16 Cr. Hrs.) ECO 100 MGT 100 HM 100 HM 101 CS 1114 Principles of Microeconomics Introduction to Management Pakistan and Islamic Studies English-I Introduction to Computing 4 Semester-2(15 Cr. Hrs.) MKT 100 MIS 100 ECO 101 HM 102 HM 1xx Principles of Marketing IT in Business Principles of Macroeconomics English-II Social Science-I Semester-(15 Cr. Hrs.) HRM 200 ACC 200 MTH 200 HM 2xx HM 2xx Introduction of HR Management Principles of Accounting I Business Mathematics Social Science-II Foreign Language I Semester-4(15 Cr. Hrs.) ACC 201 MKT 201 BCM 20 HM 2xx HM 2xx Principles of Accounting II Marketing Management Business Communication Foreign Language II Humanities-1
11 Semester-5(18 Cr. Hrs.) FIN 00 RCH 00 MTH 01 BCM 0 HRM 16 HM xx Business Finance Business Research & Report Writing Statistics for Business Verbal Communication Skills Industrial Relations Humanities-II Semester-6(15 Cr. Hrs.) LAW 00 FIN 01 ACC 0 MGT 11 MGT 12 Legal Environment in Business Financial Management Cost Accounting Business Policy and Strategy Total Quality Management Semester-7 (15 Cr. Hrs.) ENT 400 BNK 40 MKT 40 MGT 404 MGT 407 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Money and Banking Consumer Behavior Operation Management Organization Behavior Semester-8 (15 Cr. Hrs.) MIS 40 MIS 404 BNK 404 MGT 41 MKT 415 E-Business Management Information System Islamic Banking International Business Management Sales and Selling BUS 4916 Business Project 6
12 MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) Our MBA program equips the students with the knowledge and skills essential to survive and grow in a competitive business environment. At this level classes are taught by one of the best faculty with latest business knowledge coupled with real life experiences. With main emphasis on research orientation, problem solving, entrepreneurial and management skills, we at M.A.J.U. try to make our students competent business managers and decision makers. Our MBA program is known for its teaching excellence and for combining high academic standards with practical applications in today's rapidly changing business environment. The wide range of specialization areas offered gives students the opportunity to tailor their studies to individual interests and/or career plans. Specialization Areas a) Finance b) Human Resource Management c) Marketing d) Information Technology e) Entrepreneurship Admission Requirements Stream-I A minimum of 14 years of education (bachelor's degree) in any discipline e.g. BA, B.Sc. B.Com, BBA ( Years), MBBS, BCS, BE, etc with 45% aggregate marks Stream-II A minimum of 16 years of education with BBA or equivalent degree in 50% marks or 2.00 CGPA on the scale of Degree Requirements Area (Cr. Hrs.) (a) Undergraduate Deficiency Courses 60 (b) Graduate Core Courses 12 (c) Graduate Elective Courses 12 (d) Graduate Specialization Courses 06 (e) Undergraduate Business Project 06 Total 96 Stream-I (a) Undergraduate/Deficiency courses The student admitted in this program will have to complete 60 Cr. Hrs. undergraduate courses and 6 Cr. Hrs. business project / internship to complete the deficiency.
13 (b) Graduate Courses After completing the deficiency courses and project with a minimum of 2.00 CGPA on the scale of 4.00, they will be required to take 0 Cr. Hrs. graduate course work. Stream-II The student admitted in MBA program under Stream II will complete 0 Cr. Hrs. of graduate course work. Duration: For Stream-I, the normal duration is.5 years whereas for Stream II it is 1.5 year. a) Undergraduate Courses (60 Cr. Hrs.) Principles of Accounting I ACC 200 Principles of Accounting II ACC 201 Cost Accounting ACC 0 Business Communications BCM 20 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 100 Legal Environment in Business LAW 00 Introduction to Business Law LAW 400 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 101 Entrepreneurship and Innovation ENT 400 Business Finance FIN 00 Financial Management FIN 01 Introduction to HR Management HRM 200 Introduction to Management MGT 100 IT in Business MIS 100 Management Information System MIS 404
14 Principles of Marketing MKT 100 Marketing Management MKT 201 Business Mathematics and Statistics MTH 102 Market Research Method MKT 02 Business Research and Report Writing RCH 00 b) Graduate Core Courses (12 Cr. Hrs.) Corporate Finance FIN 502 Strategic Management MGT 502 Strategic Marketing MKT 502 Advance Project Management MGT 506 c) Graduate Elective Courses (12 Cr. Hrs.) International Business MGT 509 Operation Management MGT 508 Change Management MGT 607 Leadership and Art of Management MGT 511 d) Graduate Specialization Courses (12 Cr. Hrs.) Finance Analysis of Financial Statements FIN 512 Portfolio Management FIN 606 Financial Markets and Institutions FIN 61 Cases in Corporate Finance FIN 614
15 Human Resource Management Recruitment and Selection HRM 514 Training and Development HRM 601 Staffing and Performance Management HRM 602 Strategic HRM HRM 6051 Marketing Services Marketing MKT 612 Brand Management MKT 607 Advertisement and Sales Promotion MKT 504 International Marketing MKT 605
16 SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR MBA Undergraduate Course Work Semester-1 (15 Cr. Hrs.) MGT 100 MKT 100 MTH 102 ACC 200 BCM 20 Introduction to Management Principles of Marketing Business Mathematics and Statistics Principles of Accounting-I Business Communication Semester-2 (15 Cr. Hrs.) MIS 100 ECO 100 HRM 200 ACC 201 MKT 201 IT in Business Principles of Microeconomics Introduction to HR Management Principles of Accounting-II Marketing Management Semester- (15 Cr. Hrs.) ECO 101 FIN 00 MKT 02 ACC 0 LAW 00 Principles of Macroeconomics Business Finance Market Research Methods Cost Accounting Legal Environment in Business
17 Semester-4 (15 Cr. Hrs.) BCM 00 FIN 01 ENT 400 LAW 400 MIS 404 Business Research and Report Writing Financial Management Entrepreneurship and Innovation Introduction to Business Law Management Information Systems BUS 4916 Business Project 6 GRADUATE COURSE WORK Semester-5 (12 Cr. Hrs.) Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. FIN 502 Corporate Finance MGT 502 Strategic Management XXX 5xx Elective-I XXX 5xx Elective-II Semester-6 (12 Cr. Hrs.) Semester-7 (06 Cr. Hrs.) Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. MKT 502 Strategic Marketing MGT 506 Advance Project Management XXX 5xx Elective-III XXX 5xx Elective-IV Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. XXX 5xx Specialization-I XXX 5xx Specialization-II
19 MBA PROFESSIONAL MBA Professional is a new, innovative and flexible program for full/part time students. As a variant of the MBA program it is designed to meet the needs of working professionals. The MBA Professional Degree is designed for managers and people who are already in a demanding job and want to enhance their business effectiveness and careers. The program allows them to continue their career while they study, putting into practice what they learn. In MBA-Professional, the coursework emphasis is on research orientation, problem solving, management skills, entrepreneurial skills and all other elements required for effective leadership. After completion of the coursework, students of MBA Professional are required to undertake a real life practical project. The wide range of specialization areas as detailed below gives students an opportunity to tailor their studies to an individual interests and/or career plans. Specialization Areas a. Finance b. Human Resource Management c. Marketing Admission Requirements in any discipline. Degree Requirements Candidates must successfully complete following requirements for grant of MBA Professional degree: Area (Cr. Hrs.) (a) Core Courses 42 (b) Elective Courses 09 (c) Specialization Courses 09 (d) Business Project 06 Total 66
20 (a) Core Courses (42 Cr. Hrs.) Management Theory and Practice MGT 00 Marketing Theory and Practice MKT 00 Economics ECO 0 Business Mathematics and Statistics MTH 102 Financial Accounting ACC 01 Human Resource Management HRM 00 Management Information Systems MIS 404 Operations Management MGT 404 Business Communication BCM 04 Financial Management FIN 401 Strategic Marketing MKT 402 Project Management MGT 406 Business Law and Ethics LAW 401 Strategic Management MGT 402 (a) Elective Courses (9 Cr. Hrs.) Organizational Behavior MGT 402 Organizational Development & Change Management MGT 408 Decision Support System MGT 409 Business Research and Report Writing MGT 410 Leadership MGT 411 Entrepreneurship & Innovation ENT 400 Preparing Proposal and Feasibility MGT 412 Sales & Selling MKT 415 Special Topics in Management Sciences
21 (c) Specialization (9 Cr. Hrs.) Finance Corporate Finance FIN 402 Analysis of Financial Statements FIN 412 Portfolio Management FIN 406 Cases in Corporate Finance FIN 40 Special Topics in Finance FIN 481
22 Human Resource Management Recruitment and Selection HRM 414 Training and Development HRM 401 H.R. Planning HRM 415 Conflict and Negotiation HRM 410 Strategic HRM HRM 405 Special Topics in HRM HRM 481 Marketing Brand Management MKT 05 Consumer Behavior MKT 40 Services Marketing MKT 401 Marketing of Financial Services MKT 405 Cyber Marketing MKT 406 Special Topics in Marketing MKT 481 Information Technology Business Process Automation and Modeling MIS 401 Business Information Management MIS 402 e-business and e-commerce Management MIS 40 Software Engineering for Managers MIS 405 MIS Project Management MIS 406 Data Mining and warehousing MIS 407 Human Computer Interaction MIS 408 Special Topics in Business Information Systems MIS 481
23 Entrepreneurship Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise ENT 402 Entrepreneurial Finance ENT 40 Entrepreneurial Marketing ENT 404 Family Business Dynamics ENT 405 Managing for Creativity ENT 406 Venture Capital and Private Equity ENT 407 International Entrepreneurship ENT 408 Special Topics in Entrepreneurship ENT 481 Business Project (6 Cr. Hrs.): It is mandatory for every student to complete a Summer Project following the rd semester or after the completion of 45 credit hours of course work. Duration: This is a two year degree program comprising of 4 semesters with minimum of 66 Cr. Hrs. There is a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The summer sessions are utilized for Business Projects or deficiency courses. The maximum duration to complete the degree is 4 years.
24 SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR MBA PROFESSIONAL Semester-1 (15 Cr. Hrs.) Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. MGT 00 MKT 00 ECO 0 MTH 02 ACC 01 Management Theory and Practice Marketing Theory and Practice Economics Business Mathematics and Statistics Financial Accounting Semester-2 (15 Cr. Hrs.) Semester- (15 Cr. Hrs.) Semester-4 (15 Cr. Hrs.) Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. HRM 00 MIS 404 MGT 404 BCM 0 FIN 401 MKT 402 MGT 406 LAW 401 XXX 4xx XXX 4xx Human Resource Management Management Information System Operations Management Business Communication Financial Management Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. Strategic Marketing Project Management Business Law and Ethics Elective- I Specialization- I Course Code Course Title Cr. Hrs. MGT 402 Strategic Management XXX 4xx Elective- II XXX 4xx Elective-III XXX 4xx Specialization- II XXX 4xx Specialization- III
25 BBA 4916 Business Project 6
26 BS FINANCE AND ECONOMICS The BS Finance and Economics program is aimed at developing professionals who can provide solutions to current financial and economic problems of our country. This program has been designed for students who wish to acquire career-oriented, market-driven education that would lead to rewarding careers. This program provides an opportunity to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in economics and finance. It focuses upon developing strong quantitative, analytical, and research skills to make better decisions pertaining to resource allocation and efficiency. It helps the student to think critically while applying economic and financial concepts to solve real-world business problems and opportunities. It provides a blend of qualitative and quantitative approach to better analyze the economic and financial problem. The graduates can also pursue further education in any of the programs like MBA, ICMA, M.Phil Economics, MS Banking, MS Finance, MS Financial Engineering, MS Project Management, and MS International Finance. Admission Requirements securing at least 45% marks in aggregate Degree Requirements Each candidate for the BS Finance and Economics degree is required to complete successfully 10 Cr. Hrs. as per the following detail: Area (Cr. Hrs.) (a) General Education and Support courses 4 (b) Core Courses 60 (c) Elective Courses 0 (d) Business Project 06 Total 10
27 (a) General Education and Support Courses (4 Cr. Hrs.) Pakistan and Islamic Studies HM 100 English I HM 101 English II HM 102 Introduction to Computing CS Introduction to Psychology HM 205 Introduction to Sociology HM 206 Language I HM 2xx Major World Religions HM 211 Language II HM xx Introduction to Logic HM 212 IT in Business MIS 100 (b) Core Courses (60 Cr. Hrs.) Principles of Accounting I ACC 200 Principles of Accounting II ACC 201 Cost Accounting ACC 0 Business communication BCM 20 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 100 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 101 Business Finance FIN 00 Financial Management FIN 01 Introduction to HRM HRM 200 Principles of Management MGT 100 Organizational Behavior MGT 407 Management Information Systems MIS 404 Principles of Marketing MKT 100 Business Mathematics MTH 200
28 Statistics for Business MTH 01 Business Research and Report writing RCH 00 Legal Environment in Business LAW 00 Econometric Analysis ECO 04 Managerial Ethics HM 05 Budgetary Policy and Control FIN 0 (c) Elective Courses (0 Cr. Hrs.) Money and Banking BNK 40 Corporate Finance FIN410 Islamic Banking /Islamic Finance FIN 404 Money and Capital Markets FIN 421 Project Management MGT409 Portfolio Management FIN 406 Financial Information Systems FIN 425 Financial Derivatives FIN 414 Project Finance FIN 405 Operations Management MGT404 Financial Markets and Institutions FIN 41 Analysis of Financial Statements FIN 412 Taxation ACC 04 Development Economics ECO 405 Managerial Accounting ACC 404 Auditing ACC 402 Monetary Economics ECO 07 International Finance FIN 407 Managerial Economics ECO 06 International Trade and WTO ECO 408 (d) Project: A student is required to register for the Business Project in summer after the completion of 60 Cr. Hrs. Duration: This is a four year degree program comprising of 8 semesters with minimum of 10 Cr. Hrs. There will be a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The Summer session will be utilized for business project or deficiency courses. The maximum duration to complete degree is 07 years.
29 MS PROGRAM The MS program is essentially a research based degree program intended to investigate into and find solutions to the problems besetting our national economy. The MS Management program offered by Mohammad Ali Jinnah University has attracted students from different parts of the country. It is an ideal program for anyone wishing to undertake research in management and its related disciplines. The program provides substantial training encompassing research techniques and methods used in the social sciences and an understanding of their theoretical and philosophical underpinnings. The research-based dissertation enables our students to apply research skills and develop an in-depth knowledge in a specialized area. Our philosophy is that postgraduate business and management students need the understanding and skills associated with high quality academic research. This approach applies equally to those who become either academic scholars or professional practitioners. This program also serves as an entry point for our doctoral Program. Specialization Areas a. Finance b. Human Resource Management c. Marketing d. Project Management e. Management Admission Requirements MPA or equivalent Note: Applicants may be required to take some Undergraduate courses to fulfill pre-requisite deficiencies if so determined by the graduate admission committee: Area (Cr. Hrs.) (a) BBA (Honors) / MBA Nil (b) MA / M.Sc /BS 15 Degree Requirement The student admitted in this program will have to complete the degree requirements by following any one of the options: Option Cr. Hrs. (a) 24 Cr. Hrs. course work+6 Cr. Hrs. thesis 0 (b) 0 Cr. Hrs. course work+ Cr. Hrs. project (c) Course work only 6
30 (a) Core Courses (12 Cr. Hrs.) Advance Strategic Marketing MKT 602 Strategic Finance FIN 605 Organizational Theory and Design MGT 60 Advance Research Methods RCH 601 (b) Specialization Courses The students are required to take 12 Cr. Hrs. from one of the major fields Human Resources Management (12 Cr. Hrs.) Training and Development HRM 601 Staffing and Performance Management HRM 602 Strategic HRM HRM 605 HRM in Public Sector HRM 606 HRD a Macro Perspective HRM 607 Decision Making and Job Satisfaction HRM 609 Conflict and Negotiation Management HRM 610 Change Management HRM 611 Salary and Compensation Management HRM 614 High Performance Work System HRM 608 Finance (12 Cr. Hrs.) Case Studies in Corporate Finance FIN 60 Advance Portfolio Management FIN 606 Behavioral Finance FIN 6075 Financial Economics FIN 608 Issues in Financial Reporting FIN 609 Finance Theory FIN 62
31 Financial Risk Management FIN 610 Public Finance and Decision Making FIN 611 Marketing (12 Cr. Hrs.) Advertisement and Sales Promotion MKT 604 International Marketing MKT 605 Integrated Marketing Communication MKT 606 Brand Management MKT 607 International Brand Management MKT 608 Product Development MKT 609 Product and Price strategy MKT 610 Entrepreneurial Marketing MKT 611 Project Management (12 Cr. Hrs.) Advance Project Management PMT 600 Project Finance PMT 601 Project Risk Management PMT 602 Advance Quality Management PMT 60 Conflict and Negotiation Management PMT 604 Advance Contract Management PMT 605 Project Monitoring and Evaluation PMT 606 Legal Aspects of Project Management PMT 607 (c) Research Thesis (06 Cr. Hrs.) Research Thesis RCH Duration: This is normally a 2 years program comprising of 4 semesters with a minimum of 0 Cr. Hrs. There will be a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The maximum duration to complete MS in Management Sciences is 4 years.
32 PhD MANAGEMENT SCIENCES The PhD program is a research based degree. Our doctoral students are required to conduct high quality research in all related areas. The faculty devotes considerable resources to develop and offer courses on state-of-the-art research techniques, providing generous support to foster a research oriented atmosphere in which doctoral students can develop and thrive as management scientists/executives. As a result, are working in business schools and leading universities within Pakistan and abroad. Admission Requirements a) For admission into the PhD program a minimum CGPA.00/4.00 (in the Semester System) or First Division (in the Annual System) in MS or Equivalent shall be required. b) A GAT (subject) test with minimum of 60% marks or GRE (subject) test having 60 or higher percentile shall be required for the confirmation of admission in the PhD program. c) Interview Degree Requirements A student admitted to PhD program will have to complete the following degree requirement. The degree requirement may change as per the HEC policy issued from time to time. a. 18 Cr. Hrs. Course Work with minimum CGPA.00/4.00. b. Comprehensive Examination c. 0 Cr. Hrs. Research Work d. Research Synopsis e. Publication /Acceptance of at least one research paper f. Foreign Evaluation g. Local Defense A PhD scholar is required to register at least 0 Cr. Hrs. research work in each semester after the completion of course work. Duration: A PhD student admitted in the PhD program can complete the program in a minimum of 0 years and a maximum of 7 years from the date of admission. All PhD Scholars of the Faculty of Management and Social Sciences are required to take 9 Cr. Hrs. as PhD core courses and 9 Cr. Hrs. for any one of the Specialization. A Scholar may register course other than his/her own specialization with the approval of the department which will be counted towards PhD course work.
33 (a) Core Courses Advanced Quantitative Techniques RCH 60 Operation Research RCH 606 Current Issues in Management MGT605 (b) Specialization Courses Financial Risk Management FIN610 Behavioral Finance FIN607 Public Finance and Decision Making FIN611 Special Topics in Finance FIN682 HR in Public Sector HRM606 Decision Making & Job Satisfaction HRM609 Salary & Compensation Management HRM614 Performance Management HRM601 Special Topics in HR HRM682 Advanced Marketing Research MKT61 International Marketing MKT605 International Brand Management MKT 608 Marketing Models and Quantitative Methods MKT612 Special Topics in Marketing MKT682 High Performance Work System HRM 608 Finance Theory FIN 62
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