Sample Course Plan for MS Business Administration

Year - 1, Semester 1
Year - 1, Semester 2
S.No.Course – 1, Semester 2
 1Elective 1 3
2Elective 2 3
3Elective 3 3
4Elective 4 3
Year - 2, Semester 3
S.No.Course – 2, Semester 3
 1Research Thesis6
Total Credit Hours30

List of Elective Courses

S.No.Course Courses
1Human Behavior in Organizations
2Public Organization
3Special Topics in Management
4Human Resource Management Strategy & Practices
5Seminar in Corporate Strategy
6Change in organizations
7Seminar in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
8Corporate Social Responsibility
9Contemporary Methods of Data Analysis
10Product Pricing Decisions: Concepts and Application
11Distribution Strategy and Supply Chain Management
12Integrated Marketing Communications
13Applied Corporate Brand Management
14Special Topics in Marketing
15Seminars in Consumer Behavior
16Theory of Corporate Finance
17Asset Pricing Theory
18Financial Econometrics
19Financial Market Analysis
20Options and Derivatives
21Special Topics in Finance
22Risk Management and Insurance
23Advance Topics in International Finance
24Operations Management Theory and Practice
25Designing and Managing Supply Chains
26Enterprise Information Systems
27Business Process Strategy
28Logistic Strategy and Logistic Systems
29Inventory Control and Warehouse Management
30Any other course may be approved by relevant bodies
31Applied Portfolio Management


Students securing minimum of 3.00 CGPA will be entitled for the thesis of 6 credit hours.  Thesis is completed under the supervision of a faculty member and is evaluated by an external examiner as per university rules.

Note: A student with non-business background may be required to take pre-requisite courses to be determined by the Graduate Research Committee depending on the academic background of the students.

Note: The sample roadmap provided above is for illustration purposes only. UCP Business School reserves the right to make changes in this roadmaps or any other information presented herewith, as and whenever deemed necessary or appropriate (Errors and omissions expected).