MS in Management Science

The MS in Management Science program aims at developing a student's intellectual ability in terms of understanding the theoretical and philosophical underpinning of modern business. The students are encouraged to explore the deepest, broadest questions of life why we exist, how society should organize itself, how institutions should relate to society and the purpose of human endeavor. The program is essentially research oriented and focuses on adacemic research having practical applications in real life. The program is suitable both for those who want to pursue academic career and for those who want to pursue professional career.

Learning Outcomes

The students will be able to:
  • Understand the theoretical underpinnings of the modern business activity.
  • Conduct research independently.
  • Think more braodly and more deeply about the beliefs and values at the root of business activities.
  • Appreciate and critically evaluate differetn schools of thought.
  • Contribute towards the development of new ideas, theories and business models.

Program Structure

MS is 33 CrHr program after 16 years of relevant education. It is research oriented degree. A;though it offers different areas of specialization yet it is deemed necessary that there is a certain bare minimum of strategic understanding of each core functional area in order to develop integrated decision making capability. The broad structure of program is as follows.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE
Sr.No. Category CrHr
1 Supporting Courses 06 CrHr
2 Core Courses 09 CrHr
3 Elective Courses 09 CrHr
4 Thesis 06 CrHr
Total 30 CrHr

Eligibility for non-business 16 years degree holders

The students with 16-year of non relevant education will be required to do 30 credit hours of deficiency courses before they could become eligible for admission to MS program. The following courses are recommended to be successfully completed as minimum requirement.
  • Financial Accounting I
  • Financial Accounting II
  • Introduction to Management
  • Introduction to HRM
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Marketing Management
  • Business Finance
  • Financial Management
  • Business Economics
  • Business mathematics and Statistics
Course CodeCourse NameCredit HoursPre Req.
MS501Advanced Research Methods & Quantitative Tools3+0
MS516Applied Statistics for Management3+0
MSxxxCore I3+0
Course CodeCourse NameCredit HoursPre Req.
MSxxxCore II3+0
MSxxxCore III3+0
MSxxxElective I3+0
Course CodeCourse NameCredit HoursPre Req.
MSxxxElective II3+0
MSxxxThesis (I)3+0
Course CodeCourse NameCredit HoursPre Req.
MSxxxElective III3+0
MSxxxThesis (II)3+0