Master in Business Management

General

Program Description

MS program in Business Management is a research route for Ph.D. in Business Management and is designed for students with 4-year BBA qualification or those meeting the HEC criteria for MS/MPhil in management science i.e. 16 years of education with a degree in a business relevant field with1st division/CGPA 3.0.

Eligibility

Candidates with MBA degree satisfying the eligibility criteria.

Program Structure

MS in Business Management is a 36 credit hours program with 10 courses and one thesis of 6 credit hours. Each of the 10 courses is of 3 credit hours.

After successful completion of the coursework, the students are required to carry out research study for the thesis under the guidance of a research supervisor assigned by IoBM. In lieu of a thesis, students can also opt for two additional courses for the completion of the degree.

Course Structure

  • MPM601 Advanced Qualitative Research
  • MPM601 Advanced Quantitative Research
  • MPM603 Survey of Current Research Literature in Management
  • MPM605 Corporate Governance and Strategy
  • MPM607 Seminar in Human Resource Management
  • MPM609 Advanced Corporate Finance
  • MPM611 Advanced Marketing Strategy
  • MPM614 Econometrics

Elective

Elective I Elective II (Electives may be selected from the specialization areas of Business Management of 700 Series)

Thesis (06 credit hours)

Last updated January 2018

About the School

For the last four years, IoBM has been rated as one of the top universities in the private sector, both by the Higher Education Commission of the Federal Government and the Provincial Government of Si ... Read More

For the last four years, IoBM has been rated as one of the top universities in the private sector, both by the Higher Education Commission of the Federal Government and the Provincial Government of Sindh. Eduniversal, during its international conventions of Deans of Business Colleges has awarded IoBM 2 Palms as one of the two best Business Schools in Pakistan since 2010. Read less