Department of Management & Administrative Sciences

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES

Since its inception, the department of management & administrative sciences has been transforming its inductee graduates into effective academicians and practitioners. The department aims at producing business graduates who would have the ability to systematically understand and solve managerial problems of the business. Moreover, the department believes that its graduates would serve as responsible members of society. The department focuses on a balanced approach of acquainting the students with theory, research, and practice of general management and managerial issues in the business. The department offers BBA and MPhil degree programs in the field of Management Sciences.

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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)

The prime focus of the Bachelor (BBA) program is to prepare graduates who can serve in initial level jobs such as assistant directors, assistant managers, management trainee officers etc. The curriculum of BBA emphasizes both the theoretical and practical aspects. BBA program is tailored made to serve the needs of bright young persons who have completed twelve years of education and are looking for career education in entrepreneurship, management profession or higher education in business administration. This program is open to students with diverse educational backgrounds including, humanities, science, arts and commerce. However, being a program with challenging curricula and contents, it is accessible mainly to those students who have an excellent academic record and a high potential for success. Accordingly, candidates for this program are carefully sifted and screened through a selective admission test process.

Expected Program Outcomes

The students who earn the BBA degree will be able to:

  1. i. Demonstrate the ability to identify and evaluate relevant information for decision-making and make use of diagnostic thinking skills and analytical techniques to assess the information and solve problems in an environment like ours characterized by uncertainty.
  2. ii. Understand the importance of teamwork and group dynamics in achieving organizational goals and demonstrate an ability to work effectively in teams.
  3. iii. Understand various leadership styles and demonstrate proven ability in exercising these styles according to the requirement of the situation.
  4. iv. Understand the dynamics of the organizational conflict and power and politics and make use of their analytical and interpersonal skills accordingly.
  5. v. Acquire awareness of global diverse perspectives and understand the theory, operations, and challenges of global business.
  6. vi. Identify core organizational values and understand the issues of ethical and social diversity based on ethics, gender, religion, and culture and demonstrate the ability to propose feasible solutions to these issues.

Duration

The program shall comprise four years; eight semesters spread over four calendar years with two semesters (Fall/Spring) in a year.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum 50% marks at Intermediate level or equivalent
  • No third division in Matric
  • Equivalence Certificate from IBCC in case of O Level and A-Level
  • Grading System

  • Maximum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is 4
  • Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for obtaining degree is 2.5
  • To remain on the roll of University a student shall be required to maintain the following minimum GPA/CGPA in each semester.
  • Semesters CGPA
    Semester-I 1.50
    Semester-II 1.50
    Semester-III 2.00
    Semester-IV 2.00
    Semester-V 2.25
    Semester-VI 2.25
    Semester-VII 2.50
    Semester-VIII 2.50
    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    Semester-I
    MGT-101 Introduction to Business Management 3(3-0)
    ISL-101/ERH-101 Islamic Studies/Ethics 2(2-0)
    ENG-101 Functional English 3(3-0)
    MATH-116 Business Mathematics 3(3-0)
    CS-105 Introduction to Computer Application 3(2-2)
    PSY -101 Introduction to Psychology 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 17
    Semester-II
    MGT-102 Principles of Management 3(3-0)
    MGT -103 Financial Accounting 3(3-0)
    PKS -101 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
    ECO-102 Micro Economics 3(3-0)
    ENG-102 Communication Skills 3(3-0)
    STAT-103 Business Statistics 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 17
    Semester-III
    MGT-201 Business Ethics 3(3-0)
    MGT-202 Macro Economics 3(3-0)
    SOC -101 Introduction to Sociology 3(3-0)
    ENG-201 Writing & Presentation Skill 3(3-0)
    MCM-204 Introduction to Mass Communication 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 15
    Semester-IV
    MGT-203 Cost and Management Accounting 3(3-0)
    MGT-204 Organizational Behavior 3(3-0)
    MGT-205 Managerial Economics 3(3-0)
    ENG-210 Business Communication 3(3-0)
    ENV-101 Introduction to Environmental Science 3(3-0)
    IR-101 Introduction to International Relation 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 18
    Semester-V
    MGT-301 Money & Banking 3(3-0)
    MGT-302 Introduction to Human Resource Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-303 Principles of Marketing 3(3-0)
    MGT-304 Financial Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-305 Business Law 3(3-0)
    ECO-301 Pakistan Economy 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 17
    Semester-VI
    MGT-306 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
    MGT-307 International Business Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-308 Project Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-309 Research Planning & Report Writing 3(3-0)
    MGT-310 Production & Operations Management 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 15
    Semester-VII
    MGT-401 Internship (Report based on Internship) 3(3-0)
    MGT-402 Strategic Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-403 Supply Chain Management 3(3-0)
    QURAN-101 Quran Translation I 2(2-0)
    FIN-301 Financial Markets 3(3-0)
    FIN-302 Analysis of Financial Statements 3(3-0)
    HRM-301 Training & Development 3(3-0)
    HRM-302 Recruitment and Selection 3(3-0)
    MKT-301 Consumer Behavior 3(3-0)
    MKT-302 Services Marketing 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 17
    Semester-VIII
    MGT-404 TQM and Continuous Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-405 Business/Research Project 3(3-0)
    QURAN-102 Quran Translation II 2(2-0)
    MKT-401 Promotional & Advertising Management 3(3-0)
    MKT-402 Sales Management 3(3-0)
    FIN-401 Risk Management 3(3-0)
    FIN-402 Islamic Banking & Finance 3(3-0)
    HRM-401 Compensation & Reward Management 3(3-0)
    HRM-402 Performance Management 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 14
    Total Credit Hours in 8 Semesters:131
    *Students will opt two courses of specialization (i.e. HR, Marketing, finance) offered in 7th and 8th semester

    LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES

    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    ISL-101 Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
    ENG-101 Functional English 3(3-0)
    MATH-116 Business Mathematics 3(3-0)
    PKS -101 Pakistan Studies 3(3-0)
    ECO-102 Micro Economics 3(3-0)
    ENG-102 Communication Skills 3(3-0)
    STAT-103 Business Statistics 3(3-0)
    ENG -209 Oral Communication 3(3-0)
    ENG-210 Business Communication 3(3-0)
    QURAN-101 Quran Translation I 2(2-0)
    QURAN-102 Quran Translation II 2(2-0)

    List of General/Minor Courses

    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    CS -105 Introduction to Computer Application 3(2-2)
    PSY -101 Introduction to Psychology 3(3-0)
    SOC -101 Introduction to Sociology 3(3-0)
    MGT-201 Business Ethics 3(3-0)
    MCM-101 Introduction to Mass Communication 3(3-0)
    ENV-101 Introduction to Environmental Science 3(3-0)
    IR-101 Introduction to International Relation 3(3-0)
    ECO-301 Pakistan Economy 3(3-0)

    List of Major Courses

    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    MGT-101 Introduction to Business Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-102 Principles of Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-202 Macro Economics 3(3-0)
    MGT-203 Cost and Management Accounting 3(3-0)
    MGT-204 Organizational Behaviour 3(3-0)
    MGT-205 Managerial Economics 3(3-0)
    MGT-302 Introduction to Human Resource Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-303 Principles of Marketing 3(3-0)
    MGT-304 Financial Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-305 Business Law 3(3-0)
    MGT-306 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
    MGT-307 International Business Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-308 Project Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-309 Research Planning & Report Writing 3(3-0)
    MGT-310 Production & Operations Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-401 Internship (Report based on Internship) 3(3-0)
    MGT-402 Strategic Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-403 Supply Chain Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-404 TQM and Continuous Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-405 Business/Research Project 3(3-0)

    List of Elective Courses

    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    Marketing Specialization

    MKT-301 Consumer Behaviour 3(3-0)
    MKT-302 Services Marketing 3(3-0)
    MKT-401 Promotional & Advertising Management 3(3-0)
    MKT-402 Sales Management 3(3-0)
    MKT-403 Product & Brand Management 3(3-0)
    MKT-404 Social Media Marketing 3(3-0)
    MKT-405 Marketing Research 3(3-0)
    Finance Specialization

    FIN-301 Financial Markets 3(3-0)
    FIN-302 Analysis of Financial Statements 3(3-0)
    FIN-401 Risk Management 3(3-0)
    FIN-402 Islamic Banking & Finance 3(3-0)
    FIN-403 International Finance 3(3-0)
    FIN-404 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 3(3-0)
    FIN-405 Credit Management 3(3-0)
    HR Specialization

    HRM-301 Training & Development 3(3-0)
    HRM-302 Recruitment and Selection 3(3-0)
    HRM-401 Compensation & Reward Management 3(3-0)
    HRM-402 Performance Management 3(3-0)
    HRM-403 Leadership and team Management 3(3-0)
    HRM-404 Change Management 3(3-0)
    HRM-405 Conflict and Negotiation Management 3(3-0)

    List of Allied Courses

    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    MGT-101 Introduction to Business Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-102 Principles of Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-306 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)

    M. PHIL (MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

    M. Phil Management Sciences is a research-oriented degree program aimed at developing students’ intellectual capabilities. The program aims to equip students with the desired level of knowledge, skills, and abilities required in managing business operations. The program provides adequate training and prepares the students for the positions of faculty or research in higher educational institutions, research organizations, and industrial undertakings. The program would expand their knowledge base in terms of understanding the theoretical and philosophical underpinnings of modern general and business management. Successful completion of the program would enable the M. Phil graduates to develop sophisticated methods to test the robustness of existing management theories. They are expected to work with leading national and multinational organizations to serve their managerial needs. The program is essentially research-oriented and focuses on academic research having practical applications in the field of management sciences. The program is suitable for both the candidates i.e. those who want to pursue an academic career and those who want to pursue a professional career. They can obtain admission to a PhD program or opt for their professional career as managers, analysts, consultants, and academicians.

    Program Objectives

    M. Phil Management Sciences program is designed with the prime objective of enabling the students to develop specialized skills in the areas of theory, research, and practice of management science. Augmented course contents would enrich their knowledge base and scientific research work would enable them to enhance their personal and professional capacities that would contribute to optimizing corporate productivity and profitability. Some other important objectives of the program are:

    1. i. To acquaint the students with integrated knowledge of theory and practice of advanced fields of management for further learning and research.
    2. ii. To enable the students to scientifically explore academic and managerial implications of contemporary problems in management sciences.
    3. iii. To acquaint the students with the ability to independently diagnose complex problems in management sciences and offer their workable solutions.

    Duration

    The program shall comprise a minimum duration of four (04) semesters spread over two calendar years. The policies and rules of the University of Narowal regarding the semester system having two semesters (Fall/Spring) in a year will be applicable. The maximum duration would be comprised of 6 semesters/ three years or as per HEC rules as they change and deem applicable during the degree program.

    Eligibility Criteria

      The candidate must fulfil the following minimum criteria of HEC for admission in M.Phil. Program:

    • • Obtained a minimum CGPA of 2.50 (out of 4.0 in the Semester System) or 50% marks (in the Annual System) in Bachelor’s or Master’s degree of a minimum of 16 years of education or equivalent qualification from HEC recognized University/Degree Awarding Institute (DAI) in business education. An equivalence certificate is mandatory from the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in case of an equivalent qualification.
    • • Qualified HEC admission test/ GAT-General/ departmental admission test after which the interviews will be held by the department for the eligible/short-listed candidates.

    Academic Standings

  • The maximum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is 4.00
  • The minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for obtaining the degree is 2.50
  • To remain on the roll of the University a student shall be required to maintain the following minimum GPA/CGPA in each semester.
  • Note: If a student does not meet the above requirement, he/she can take re-admission after one year to repeat the whole semester once only

    Semesters CGPA
    Semester-I 2.00
    Semester-II 2.00
    Semester-III 2.50
    Semester-IV 2.50
    Course Code Course Title Credit Hrs.
    Semester-I
    MGT-601 Advance Research Methods 3(3-0)
    MGT-602 Management Thoughts and Philosophy 3(3-0)
    MGT-603 Strategic Corporate Finance 3(3-0)
    MGT-604 Strategic Marketing 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 12
    Semester-II
    MGT-605 Data Analysis Techniques 3(3-0)
    MGT-606 Strategic Human Resource Management 3(3-0)
    MGT-607 Dynamic Asset Pricing Theory 3(3-0)
    MGT-608 Global Marketing 3(3-0)
    Credit Hours 12
    Semester-III
    MGT-701 Special Problem 1(1-0)
    MGT-702 Seminars 1(0-2)
    MGT-703 Thesis 6(0-6)
    Semester-IV
    MGT-703 Thesis 6(0-6)
    Total Credit Hours: 32

    LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES

    Subjects Credit Hrs.
    Subjects: Credit Hours
    Supply Chain Management 3
    Strategic Management 3
    Cases in Small Business & Entrepreneurship 3
    Current issues in Management 3
    Topics in Quality Management 3
    Global Marketing 3
    Digital Marketing 3
    Advanced Topics in Consumer Behavior 3
    Topics in Brand Management 3
    International Finance 3
    Investment & Portfolio Management 3
    Banking and Credit Markets 3
    Dynamic Asset Pricing Theory 3
    Topics in Capital Budgeting 3
    Risk Management and Insurance 3
    Strategies in Human Resource Management 3
    Organizational Development and Change Management 3
    Introduction to Corporate Human Resource Management 3
    Current Issues in Human Resource Management 3

    FACULTY

    Teacher
    Dr. Muhammad Munir
    Coordinator/ Assistant Professor
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    Teacher
    Dr. Muhammad Ahmad
    Assistant Professor
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    Teacher
    Mr. Muhammad Mohsin
    Lecturer
    muhammad.mohsin@uo n.edu.pk Google Scholar Link
    Teacher
    Mr.Muhammad Ashraf
    Lecturer
    muhammad.ashraf@uon .edu.pk Google Scholar Link
    Teacher
    Ms.Shama Noreen
    Lecturer
    shama.noreen@uon.edu .pk Google Scholar Link
    Teacher
    Ms.Tayyaba Rafique
    Lecturer
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    Teacher
    Mr. Awais Ahmed
    Lecturer
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    Teacher
    Mr. Adeel Abid
    Associate Lecturer
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    Teacher
    Ms. Sadia Kausar
    Associate Lecturer
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    Teacher
    Ms. Amima Anwar
    Associate Lecturer
    amima.anwar@uon.edu. pk Google Scholar Link
    Teacher
    Mr. Hassan Ali Raza
    Associate Lecturer
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    Teacher
    Mr. Muhammad Asim Shehzad
    Associate Lecturer
    asim.shahzad@uon.edu. pk Google Scholar Link
    Teacher
    Mr. Ali Noman Ashrif
    Associate Lecturer
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