Graduate Programs

Details & Semester Outlines for MBA

MBA (36 credit hours)

(For students with a four-year BBA degree)

For students with a four-year BBA degree, the duration of the MBA is a 1.5 years. 10 MBA courses (30 credits) and a thesis/research project (6 credits) are needed to graduate. Students are also required to complete a six-week internship. The maximum duration to complete this degree is five years.

First Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BA 5103 Advanced Research Methods

BA 5203 Strategic Marketing and Management

BA 5104 Strategic Management

BA 5xxx Advanced Course in Finance

BA 5xxx Elective-I

BA 5xxx Elective III

BA 5xxx Elective-II

BA 5xxx Elective IV

Second Year

Fall Semester
 

BA 5145 Total Quality Management

BA 5319 Research Project (6 credits)

BA 5147 Organizational Development & Employee Management

 

 

All courses may not offered every year. Alternate courses may be substituted as and when needed.

MBA (72 credit hours)

(For students with a four-year non-BBA degree)

For students with 4-year non-business degree/16-years of education, the duration of the MBA program is 2 to 2.5-years. Twenty-two courses (66 credits) and Business Research Project (6 credits) or Academic Research Projects (6 credits) are needed to graduate. Students are also required to complete a 6-week internship and clear the SZABIST comprehensive exam. The maximum duration to complete this degree is 5 years.

First Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BA 5301 Financial Accounting

BA 5106 Marketing Management

BA 5419 Business Management and Ethics

BA 5205 Human Resource Management

BA 5418 Managerial Communication

BA 5411 Cost and Management Accounting

BA 5502 Quantitative Tools for Managers

BA 5401 Introduction to Business Finance

BA 5404 Marketing Principles

BA 5408 Business Economics

BA 5207 Organizational Behavior

BA 5501 Applied Research Methods

Second Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BA 5308 International Business

BA 5601 Strategic HRM

BA 5104 Strategic Management

BA 5208 Strategic Finance

BA 5105 Financial Management

BA 5xxx Elective-III

BA 5203 Strategic Marketing

BA 5xxx Elective-IV

BA 5xxx Elective-I

*BA 5609 Academic Research Project (6 Credits)

BA 5xxx Elective-II

BA 5509 Business Research Project (6 Credits)

 

BA 5109 Thesis (6 Credits)

All courses may not offered every year. Alternate courses may be substituted as and when needed

*A student may take either Academic Research Project or Business Research Project or Thesis

MBA (90 credit hours)

(For students with a 2-3 year undergraduate degree)

For students with 2 to 3-year undergraduate degree, the duration of the MBA program is 3 to 3.5 years. Twenty-eight courses (84 credits) and Business Research Project (6 credits) OR Academic Research Projects (6 credits) are needed to graduate. Students are also required to complete a 6-week internship and clear the SZABIST Comprehensive Exam. The maximum duration to complete this degree is 5 years.

First Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BA 5602 Oral Communication and Presentation Skills

BA 5404 Marketing Principles

BA 5301 Financial Accounting

BA 5305 Statistics and Mathematics for Business

BA 5419 Business Management and Ethics

BA 5305 Statistics and Mathematics for Business

BA 5311 Personal Management

BA 5401 Introduction to Business Finance

BA 5408 Business Economics

BA 5207 Organizational Behavior

Second Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BA 5405 Statistical Inference

BA 5501 Applied Research Methods

BA 5105 Financial Management

BA 5411 Cost and Management Accounting

BA 5106 Marketing Management

BA 5503 Logic and Critical Thinking

BA 5418 Managerial Communication

BA 5xxx Elective-I

BA 5205 Human Resource Management

BA 5xxx Elective-II

Third Year

Fall Semester
Spring Semester

BA 5104 Strategic Management

BA 5203 Strategic Marketing

BA 5208 Strategic Finance

BA 5601 Strategic HRM

BA 5406 Entrepreneurship

BA 5308 International Business

BA 5xxx Elective III

*BA 5609 Academic Research Project (6 Credits)

BA 5xxx Elective IV

BA 5509 Business Research Project (6 Credits)

 

BA 5109 Thesis (6 Credits)

ELECTIVES

Finance
 

BA5131 Advance Financial Management

BA5132 Analysis of Financial Statements

BA5278 Banking Crises and Management

BA5175 Banking Operations

BA5262 Behavioral Finance

BA5187 Business Analysis and Forecasting

BA5179 Commodity Pricing

BA5133 Corporate Finance

BA5134 Derivatives

BA5138 Econometrics

BA5192 Financial Management Policy

BA5135 Financial Markets and Institutions

BA5229 Financial Modeling

BA5184 Financial Product Regulations

BA5298 Financial Reporting and Analysis

BA5139 Financial Risk Analysis

BA5197 Forex Markets and Operations

BA5254 Fundamentals of Financial Engineering

BA5137 International Banking

BA5151 International Finance

BA5244 Investment Banking

BA5231 Islamic Banking and Finance

BA5155 Mergers and Acquisitions

BA5232 Portfolio and Investment Management

BA5273 Prudential Regulations

BA5234 Security Analysis

BA5284 Theory and Practice of Lending

BA5235 Treasury and Funds Management

BA5294 Venture Capital and Private Equity

BA5279 Working Capital Management

Human Resource Management
 

BA5136 Business Strategy and Policy

BA5112 Change Management

BA5118 Compensation Management

BA5196 Conflict Resolution

BA5416 Creative Management

BA5295 Crisis Management

BA5172 Entrepreneurial Business Strategy

BA5152 Event Management

BA5292 HR Analytics

BA5193 HR Operations and Business Partnering

BA5239 HR Policy Development

BA5297 Human Capital Development and Analytics

BA5164 Human Resources Information Systems

BA5113 Industrial Management and Labor Relations

BA5116 Industrial Relations and Labor Laws

BA5165 Job Analysis and Design

BA5114 Leadership and Motivation Techniques

BA5185 Leadership Development

BA5117 Performance Appraisal

BA5285 Performance Management

BA5407 Public Policy and Administration

BA5215 Recruitment and Selection

BA5159 Salary and Compensation

BA5167 Talent Management and Succession Planning

BA5216 Training and Development

BA5213 Project Management

MIS
 

BA5181 Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing

BA5111 Business Process Re-engineering

BA5241 e-Commerce

BA5156 e-Commerce Strategies and Management

BA5163 Enterprise Resource Planning

BA5169 Technology Management and Innovation

Marketing
 

BA5121 Advertising

BA5122 Brand Management

BA5123 Consumer Behavior

BA5107 Corporate Social Responsibility

BA5124 Customer Relationship Management

BA5281 Digital Marketing

BA5259 Emerging Media

BA5198 Experiential and Content Marketing

BA5126 Export Marketing

BA5127 Global Marketing

BA5217 Industrial Marketing

BA5199 Integrated Brand Communication

BA5256 Integrated Marketing Communications

BA5264 Interactive Global and Regional Marketing

BA5269 Marketing Intelligence

BA5299 Media Management

BA5286 Media Marketing

BA5224 Media Planning and Management

BA5293 New Product Development Process and Innovation

BA5225 Personal Selling

BA5226 Pharmaceutical Marketing

BA5246 Public Relations

BA5228 Retail Management

BA5296 Rural Marketing

BA5227 Sales Management

BA5129 Services Marketing

BA5186 Social Marketing

BA5171 Strategic Advertising

BA5182 Trade Marketing

BA5xxx PR Management

 

Supply Chain Management
 

BA5191 Advance Manufacturing and TPM in SCM

BA5291 Detailed Scheduling and Planning in SCM

BA5263 Dynamics of Logistics and Distribution

BA5287 Execution and Control of Operations in SCM

BA5265 Operational Planning in Supply Chain

BA5266 Strategic Procurement in SCM

BA5194 Supply Chain Finance

BA5214 Supply Chain Management

Internship

All MBA students are required to complete a 6-week internship. SZABIST has a separate internship and placement department (EDC) that support students in finding a suitable opportunity for their internship. Completion of internship is a degree requirement for all MBA programs. Students can produce their current employment record as an alternative to the internship program provided such employment experience is recognized by SZABIST.

All courses may not offered every year. Alternate courses may be substituted as and when needed

*A student may take either Academic Research Project or Business Research Project or Thesis

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.