MS-MS

 

Objective:

The MS program is essentially a research based-degree program intended to investigate into and find solutions to the problems besetting our national economy. .

Eligibility Criteria:

  • A minimum of 16 years of education with BBA, MBA, MPA or equivalent
  • 2.5 CGPA on the Scale of 4.00
  • GAT (General) with 50% marks minimum
  • Candidate has to clear AIU Final Interview.
S/No Area CR Hrs
1 Core Courses 12
2 Specialization Courses 12
3 Research Thesis 06
Total 30
S# Code Subject CR Hrs
1 HR-711 Advanced Research Methodology 3
2 HR-712 Advanced Strategic Management 3
3 FN-721 Advanced Strategic Finance 3
Total 9
S# Code Subject CR Hrs
1 MK-711 Advanced Strategic Marketing 3
2 Specialization – I 3
3 Specialization – II 3
Total 9
S# Code Subject CR Hrs
1 Specialization – III 3
2 Specialization – IV 3
Total 6
S# Code Subject CR Hrs
1 Research Works 6
Total 6
Total Credit Hours: 30
 Core Courses

  • Advanced Research Methodology
  • Strategic Management
  • Strategic Finance
  • Strategic Marketing

 

 Specialization areas

  • General Management
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Technology Management 

Elective Subjects:

GENERAL MANAGEMENT
S/No Code Subjects Pre-Req HRS AIU SEM
MS (management sciences)
New
1 GM-711 Issues in strategic management MG-613 3
2 GM-702 Advanced topics in change management NONE 3
3 GM-713 Advance in human resource development and management MG-511 3
4 GM-714 Advances in small business management MG-512 3
5 GM-715 Advanced topics in conflict and crisis management  MG-620 3
6 GM-716 Advanced topics in operations management MG-612 3
7 GM-717 Emerging issues in leadership and motivation MG-301 3
8 GM-801 Advanced topics in performance management system NONE 3
9 GM-812 Advanced topics in international business management MG-611 3
10 GM-803 Advances in supply chain management NONE 3
11 GM-804 Seminar in management NONE 3
12 GM-805 Advanced topics in total quality management NONE 3
13 GM-816 Corporate governance NONE 3
14 GM-817 Issues in organizational behavior MG-411 3