The EMBA program consists of four foundation courses, three workshops, five core courses, three concentration courses & one capstone course
Foundation Courses and Workshops (7 Courses, 18 Credits)
These courses will allow the students to understand the basics of business & management and fill in any lacking that they have before moving into functional courses. The students may get a course waiver depending on their previous academic attainments. Students must complete all foundation courses and workshops unless waived.
Foundation Courses (4 Courses, 12 Credits)
||Financial Accounting, or
||Management & Organization
||Micro Economics, or
Workshops (3 Courses, 6 Credits)
Functional (Core) Courses (5 Courses, 15 Credits)
Students are required to complete each of the area specific core courses before taking concentration courses. The following five courses will cover all aspects of business management and provide students with managerial Human
||Human Resource Management
||Business in the Global Environment
Concentration (Major) Courses (3 Courses, 9 Credits)
Concentration courses in Finance, Human Resources Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management will enable students to develop specialization in any of the specific fields. Students are required to complete necessary courses from one of the following concentration areas.
||Financial Institutions & Markets
||International Financial Management
Human Resources Management
||Manpower Planning & Personnel Policy
||Training and Development
||Organization and Conflict Management
||Integrated Marketing Communication
||Personal Selling and Sales Force Management
Supply Chain Management
||Total Quality Management
||Principles of Supply Chain Management
Capstone Courses (3 Credits)
After successful completion of all foundation and core courses, students integrated the acquired concepts by a process of synthesis accomplished through the course Strategic Management.
Double Major (3 Major Courses, 9 Credits)
EMBA students are required to choose an area of concentration. Students may do dual concentration (Major). This will require additional one or two semesters, relevant additional courses, fees and other charges, as applicable.
Note 1: Minor/Optional Courses should be removed.