SZABIST Business School



Faculty Profile


Dr. Muhammad Asif Khan
Head of Department (Management Sciences)
Program Manager MS (MS)

PhD HRM (National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad)
Dr. Mehboob Ahmad
Program Manager PhD (MS)

PhD-Economics (Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan)
Mr. Amer Riaz Qureshi
Program Manager MSPM

MS - Industrial Engineering (University of Southern California, USA)
Mr. Atif Bilal
Program Manager PMBA, EMBA, MHRM

MS HRM (Superior University Lahore)
Mr. Zeeshan Hamid
Program Manager BSAF

MS-Finance (Air University, Islamabad)
Ms. Shumaila Zeb
Program Manager BBA (1st, 2nd & 3rd Year)

MPhil-Finance (NUST, Islamabad)
Mr. Ali Moin
Program Manager MBA-Evening (36, 72 & 90)

MS-Management Sciences (SZABIST Islamabad)
Ms. Khansa Zaman
Program Manager BBA (4th Year) / MBA-Day (36CH)

MS-Marketing (Ripha International University, Islamabad)


MBA


(36 credit hours program for students with 4-year BBA degree)


FIRST YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5103 Advanced Research Methods
BA 5104 Strategic Management
BA 5xxx Elective-I
BA 5xxx Elective-II

SPRING SEMESTER
BA 5203 Strategic Marketing
BA 5208 Strategic Finance
BA 5xxx Elective-Ill
BA 5xxx Elective-IV

SECOND YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5308 International Business
BA 5318 Organizational Development and Analysis
BA 5319 Research Project (6 credits), or
BA 5xxx Thesis

All courses may not be offered every semester. Alternative courses may be substituted as and when required.


(72 credit hours program for students with a 4-year non-BBA degree)


FIRST YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5301 Financial Accounting
BA 5419 Business Management and Ethics
BA 5418 Managerial Communication
BA 5305 Statistics and Mathematics for Business
BA 5404 Marketing Principles
BA 5401 Introduction to Business Finance

SPRING SEMESTER
BA 5106 Marketing Management
BA 5205 Human Resource Management
BA 5105 Financial Management
BA 5403 Management Information Systems
BA 5406 Entrepreneurship
BA 5408 Business Economics

SECOND YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5206 Business Research Methods
BA 5104 Strategic Management
BA 5208 Strategic Finance
BA 5308 International Business
BA 5xxx Elective-I
BA 5xxx Elective-II

SPRING SEMESTER
BA 5203 Strategic Marketing
BA 5318 Organizational Development and Analysis
BA 5xxx Elective-Ill
BA 5xxx Elective-IV
BA 5319 Eesearch Project (6 credits), or
BA 5xxx Thesis

All courses may not be offered every semester. Alternative courses may be substituted as and when required.


(90 credit hours program for students with a 2 to 3-year undergraduate degree)


FIRST YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5317 English Writing Skills
BA 5306 Computer Orientation and Packages
BA 5301 Financial Accounting
BA 5419 Business Management and Ethics
BA 5311 Personal Management

SPRING SEMESTER
BA 5408 Business Economics
BA 5404 Marketing Principles
BA 5418 Managerial Communication
BA 5305 Statistics and Mathematics for Business
BA 5401 Introduction to Business Finance

SECOND YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5403 Management Information Systems
BA 5207 Organizational Behavior
BA 5405 Statistical Inference
BA 5105 Financial Management
BA 5106 Marketing Management

SPRING SEMESTER
BA 5406 Entrepreneurship
BA 5205 Human Resource Management
BA 5411 Cost and Management Accounting
BA 5xxx Elective-I
BA 5xxx Elective-II

THIRD YEAR


FALL SEMESTER
BA 5206 Business Research Methods
BA 5104 Strategic Management
BA 5208 Strategic Finance
BA 5308 International Business
BA 5xxx Elective-Ill

SPRING SEMESTER
BA 5203 Strategic Marketing
BA 5318 Organizational Development and Analysis
BA 5xxx Elective-IV
BA 5319 Research Project (6 credits) or
BA 5xxx Thesis

All courses may not be offered every semester. Alternative courses may be substituted as and when required.

MBA ELECTIVES


Management
BA 5111 Business Process Re-engineering
BA 5112 Change Management
BA 5113 Industrial Management and Labor Relations
BA 5114 Leadership and Motivation Techniques
BA 5115 Operations Research
BA 5212 Petroleum Business Management and Risk Analysis
BA 5213 Project Management
BA 5214 Supply Chain Management
BA 5218 Organizational Strategy and Effectiveness
BA 5238 Organization Development

Human Resource Management
BA 5113 Industrial Management and Labor Relations
BA 5114 Leadership and Motivation Techniques
BA 5117 Performance Appraisal
BA 5118 Compensation Management
BA 5128 Leadership Readiness
BA 5216 Training and Development
BA 5215 Recruitment and Selection

Finance
BA 5119 Micro Finance
BA 5131 Advance Financial Management
BA 5132 Analysis of Financial Statements
BA 5133 Corporate Finance
BA 5134 Derivatives
BA 5135 Financial Markets and Institutions
BA 5137 International Banking
BA 5212 Petroleum Business Management and Risk Analysis
BA 5231 Islamic Banking and Finance
BA 5232 Portfolio and Investment Management
BA 5233 Project Evaluation
BA 5234 Security Analysis
BA 5235 Treasury and Funds Management
BA 5184 Financial Product Regulations
BA 5284 Theory and Practice of Lending
BA 5279 Working Capital Management
BA 5187 Business Analysis and Forecasting
BA 5138 Econometrics

Marketing
BA 5121 Advertising
BA 5122 Brand Management
BA 5123 Consumer Behavior
BA 5124 Customer Relationship Management
BA 5125 Ethics in Marketing
BA 5126 Export Marketing
BA 5127 Global Marketing
BA 5129 Services Marketing
BA 5221 Marketing Research
BA 5223 Marketing of Financial Services
BA 5224 Media Planning and Management
BA 5225 Personal Selling
BA 5226 Pharmaceutical Marketing
BA 5227 Sales Management
BA 5228 Retail Management
BA 5241 e-Commerce
BA 5169 Technology Management and Innovation
BA 5163 Enterprise Resource Planning
BA 5111 Business Process Re-engineering
BA 5168 Business Intelligence
BA 5268 Data Warehousing and Mining

Supply Chain Management
BA 5214 Supply Chain Management
BA 5263 Dynamics of Logistics and Distribution
BA 5265 Operational Planning in Supply Chain
BA 5266 Strategic Procurement in SCM

INTERNSHIP
All MBA students are required to complete a 6-week internship. SZABIST has a separate in¬ternship and placement department (EDC) that can help students to find a suitable company for their internship. Completion of the 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.

COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION
Students enrolled in the MBA (36 credits) program are not required to take the SZABIST Comprehensive Exam. However, students enrolled in the MBA (72 credits) and MBA (90 credits) programs are required to clear the Com¬prehensive Exam.

Rules of Comprehensive Exam can be obtained separately from the Examination Department.