MBA — Dynamic, relevant and realistic

The MBA program at Novel GSM emphasizes strategic thinking and leadership: why knowledge is significant and how to apply learning to drive results. Here the questions you ask are just as important as the answers you craft…and the leadership skills you use to execute a complex business solution are just as vital as the strategy you develop. Interactive learning environments, collaborative team projects and hands-on work experiences allow you to apply your learning directly, use trial and error, and advance your knowledge with support from teammates, faculty and advisors.

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Curricular Structure:

The MBA program is of 69 credit hours with 27 course components including internship project or thesis. There are two non-credit courses for non-management background students. Each course component has a weight of 2 or 3 credit hours requiring a minimum of 32 or 48 direct class contact hours per semester and 5 credit hours for Internship or Thesis. Additionally there are number of seminar series conducted in different semesters.

MBA Course Cycle

Syllabuses Revised on Aug 2022 (Effective from Fall 2022 session) and old syllabus 2012

Semester I 16 Cr. Hr Semester II 19 Cr. Hr
Marketing for Managers 3 Accounting for Managers -II 3
Communication for Managers 3 Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior 3
Accounting for Managers - I 3 Economics for Managers 3
Legal Framework of Business 2 Financial Management 3
Decision Sciences 3 Operations Management 3
Elective-1 2 Seminar I 2
    Elective-2 2


Semester III 16 Cr. Hr. Semester IV 18 Cr. Hr
Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprises 2 International Business 2
Research Methodology and Thesis Proposal 2+1 Strategic Management 3
Information Technology Management 3 Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility 2
Elective-3 2 Seminar III 2
Seminar II 2 Specialization III 2
Specialization I 2 Specialization IV 2
Specialization II 2 Thesis 5


click to download Final Version Syllabus of MBA First Semester 079.11.03_1677561527.pdf

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