Management science is one of the three departments in the school of Business. It offers Bachelor of Commerce, MBA, EMBA and PHD.
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Commerce students are expected to take a minimum of 50 units to qualify for graduation, During first and second year of study all the units are common, in third year, students move to specialization of their choice, Management science department currently offers two areas of specialization.
- B.Com (Actuarial Science option) and
- B.Com (Management Science option)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of business Administration students are expected to take a minimum of 20 units to qualify for graduation, During first year of study all the units are common, in second year, students move to specialization of their choice, Management science offers two options, M.B.A (Project Management option) and M.B.A (Management Information Systems option).
Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)
The program is designed to take one academic year consisting of three semesters. A total of 16 units are taken, consisting of 12 taught units and a project equivalent to 4 taught units. Students are required to take 4 taught units per semester. During the third semester students will in addition be required to register for the project. The program aims to provide higher education opportunities to executives in both the public and private sectors, through flexibility in timing and course delivery
Doctor of Philosophy in Business (PhD)Management Science offers four options namely:
The Program takes a minimum of four years and maximum of six years for part time students. The Program consists of a total of seventeen (17) units comprising of course work (9 units) and thesis (8 units). Students embark on the thesis upon completion of the coursework.
- PhD in Business - Management Science Option
- PhD in Business - Actuarial Science Option
- PhD in Business - Project Management Option
- PhD in Business - Management Information Systems Option
Last Updated on Friday, 13 September 2013 13:58