Graduate Programs

Details & Semester Outlines for EMBA

The EMBA is a 2-year program spread over four semesters and consists of 66 credit hours of teaching. Twenty courses, 1 Business Project (3 credits) and 1 Research Project (3 credits) are needed to graduate. Maximum time limit to complete the EMBA degree is 4 years.

First Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BE 417 Accounting for Business

BE 445 Managerial Accounting and Control

BE 421 Economics for Business

BE 415 Contemporary Marketing

BE 451 Business Application of IT

BE 416 Organizational Behavior

BE 492 Business Management

BE 447 Managerial Communication

BE 413 Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making

BE 414 Business Finance


BE 406 Applied Research Methods



Second Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BE 478 Business Project

BE 419 Strategic Management

BE 423 Human Resource Management

BE 443 Entrepreneurship and Family Businesses

BE 434 Marketing Management

BE 444 Ethics and Corporate Governance

BE 449 Operations and Supply Chain Management

BE 4xx Elective-II (Marketing, HR, Finance and Supply Chain)

BE 4xx Elective-I (Marketing, HR, Finance and Supply Chain)

BE 4xx Elective-III (Marketing, HR, Finance and Supply Chain)


BE 448 Research Project



BE 473 Advertising

BE 474 Brand Management

BE 436 Retail Management

BE 432 Services Marketing

BE 472 Media Planning and Management

BE 484 Consumer Behavior


BE 481 Corporate Finance

BE 424 International Banking and Finance

BE 482 Islamic Banking and Finance

BE 487 Portfolio and Investment Management

BE 488 Project Evaluation

BE 483 Analysis of Financial Statements

BE 427 Leadership and Motivational Techniques

BE 471 Compensation Management

BE 486 Training and Development

BE 476 Recruitment and Selection

BE 485 Performance Appraisal

Supply Chain Management

BE 428 Supply Chain Management

BE 493 Dynamics of Logistics and Distribution

BE 494 Operational Planning in Supply Chain

BE 495 Strategic Procurement in SCM

**Students can also opt for electives offered in MBA program.

The University reserves the right to change its programs and policies at any time without prior notice. All courses may not necessarily be offered. Alternate courses may be substituted as and when needed.