The Master of business Administration (MBA) programme is a professional graduate programme for individuals who plan to assume managerial positions in business, government & industry. The objective of the programme is to develop skills and judgement ability in an individual for effective management. The emphasis is on developing a student’s ability to evaluate business and organisational situations so as to enable him or her to make informed and creative judgement about policy and operations. Central to his/her approach is the development of creativity and judgement capacity in students, which is essential to every manager regardless of functional area or level within an organisation.
The MBA programme begins with a three weeks’ foundation programme, then comes a sequence of fundamental management courses that are followed by a range of elective courses which provide opportunities for focusing on particular disciplinary areas. This is a full/part time programme, followed by an internship programme.

Specialisations:

• Finance & Banking
• Human Resource Management
• Information System Management
• Marketing Management
• Health Service Management
• International Management
• Corporate Management
• Entrepreneurship & Small Enterprise Management
• Hotel, Travel & Tourism Management

Admission Requirement

The admission policy provides a framework for the selection of students for the MBA programme on a competitive basis of the past academic records, work experience and performances in the admission test (or equivalent in some cases) plus viva-voce.
The minimum requirements for eligibility to seek admission into the MBA programme are a Bachelor degree or its equivalent in any field including business, engineering, agriculture or medicine; substantial work experience and at least 5 (Five) points.

Total credit hours 65.
Programme Duration 20 Months.
Total Terms 5 Terms (Each 4 Months in duration).
Entry Frequency 3 Times in a Year (January, May, September).
Mode Full / Part Time.
Class Schedule Afternoon / Evening Session.