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Master of Business Administration


The Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme is designed to meet the needs of executives with a technical, scientific or social sciences background, either from the private or public sector, who currently holds or aspires to be in a managerial position. The programme aims to enhance students knowledge and skills, equip them to develop a creative, proactive and professional approach to management within the context of innovation, excellence and internationalism. The programme will also develop their skills in preparing, analysing and writing sound business cases through a Business Case Analysis course. In addition, a range of optional courses are offered to meet the students individual interest.

The MBA programme is taught in English on a full-time (one and a half years) and part-time (two and a half years) basis, commencing August of each academic year.


Programme Structure

To complete the MBA programme, a student must accumulate a minimum of 60 modular credits to qualify for the award of the degree, made up of 48 modular credits of core modules and 12 modular credits of option modules. The core and option modules are set out as below but may be changed with the approval of the Faculty.


Full Time Part Time

Semester 1
  • BB-5102 Management and Organisational Behaviour
  • BB-5103 Marketing Management
  • BB-5104 Managerial Accounting
  • BB-5105 Operation and Production Management
  • One optional module
Semester 1
  • BB-5102 Management and Organisational Behaviour
  • BB-5103 Marketing Management
  • BB-5104 Managerial Accounting

Semester 2
  • BB-5106 Financial Management
  • BB-5107 Management Information System
  • BB-5112 Human Resource Management
  • BB-5113 Business Research For Managers
  • One optional module
Semester 2

Semester 3
  • BB-5109 Strategic Management
  • BB-5110 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • BB-5111 Managerial Economics
  • BB-5114 Leadership
  • Optional modules
Semester 3
  • BB-5110 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • BB-5111 Managerial Economics
  • BB-5105 Operation and Production Management
Semester 4
  • BB-5113 Business Research For Managers
  • Optional module
  • optional module
Semester 5


List Optional Modules (Choose 3 Modules)

BB-5301 Change Management
BB-5302 Project Management
BB-5304 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation
BB-5307 Electronic Commerce
BB-5308 Overseas Study Visit
BB-5310 Innovation Management
BB-5312 Social Marketing
BB-5313 Service Marketing
BB-5314 International Business Management
BB-5315 Human Resource Development
BB-5317 Consultancy Paper
BB-5318 Product and Brand Management
BB-5319 Employment Relations
BM-5310 Cross Cultural Management
BM-5301-C Corporate Governance
BM-5303-I Knowledge Management System
BM-5304-C Corporate Entrepreneurship
BL-5105 Supply Chain Management
BE-5304 Islamic Economics and Finance
BE-5303 International Trade Theory and Policy
BI-5103 Modern Financial Theory
BI-5105 Islamic Transactions


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