Faculty Of Management Science

Undergraduate

Introduction

The Bachelors in Management Sciences Program will focus on exploring business models from a societal and economic perspective, with particular emphasis on national, regional and international Supply Chain Management systems and innovative entrepreneurial models in order to enable students to become pioneering icons in the corporate world. With so much attention being given to environmental concerns by world leaders and industry giants, another niche of this program will be teaching students recent developments and discussions about sustainability in a long-term business context, especially for South Asia and Pakistan specifically.

This unique Program in Management Sciences at the Department of Management Sciences, Ghulam Ishaq Khan (GIK) Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology would offer students a once in a lifetime experience focused on interdisciplinary study, experiential learning and unforgettable co-curricula skills. Combining a solid academic foundation in management with multiple courses in the development of leadership and interpersonal skills in cross cultural contexts will ensure that students become successful in adapting both personally and professionally to changes in the global economy.

Eligibility

Candidates for Admission in BS in Management Sciences Program must meet one of the following criteria:

1. HSSC (Pre-Engg), HSSC (General Science), HSSC (ICS), HSSC (Pre-Medical), HSSC (Humanities) with at least 60% marks.

2. A-Level in three subjects with two D’s or above grades and O-Level in eight subjects for local applicants and in five subjects for those applying from abroad with overall 60% or above equivalence as per IBCC formula.

3. American or Canadian High School Diploma or International Baccalaureate Diploma with overall 60% or above marks, as per IBCC equivalence formula.

Degree Nomenclature

  • The Undergraduate Program in Management Sciences is of 4-years duration, spread over 8 regular semesters, and consisting of 135 credit hours after completing twelve years of higher secondary school certificate or equivalent.
  • The BS (Management Sciences) degree would require successful completion of a minimum of 42 courses (3 or 2 cr. hr. each) picked from the following streams. It specifies the minimum and maximum range in each category. The course titles are suggestive and not mandatory.
  • Summer internship: Every student is required to participate in a compulsory internship/training program during the summer of junior year and submit a formal written report.

Course Work Requirements

Course Work

Course Work Credit Hours
General Education 33
Core Management Courses 75
Specialization (Entrepreneurship or Supply Chain Management) 21
Elective Management Courses 6
Total 135

General Education Requirements (33 Credit Hours)

Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
English Language & Communication Skills HM101 3
Business and Technical writing HM102 3
Business Communication HM 203 3
Islamic Studies HM111 3
Sociology & Human Behavior HM321 3
Pakistan Studies HM 112 3
Introduction to Environmental Science MS271 3
Business Ethics MS111 3
Corporate Law MM392 3
Introduction to Computing CS101 3
Technology and Society HM212 3

Core Requirements (75 Credit Hours)

Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
Business Mathematics MS101 3
Business Statistics MS102 3
Fundamentals of Management MS121 3
Principles of Marketing MS131 3
Micro Economics MS141 3
Human Resource Management MS222 3
Business Research Methods MS223 3
Business Policy MS224 3
Marketing Management MS232 3
Macro Economics MS242 3
Financial Accounting I & II MS251/MS252 6
Management Information System (MIS & DSS) CS435 3
Technology Management MS325/MM494 3
Production Management MS326 3
Organizational Behavior MS327 3
Strategic Management MS328 3
New Product Development MS329 3
Issues in Global Economy MS343 3
Financial Management MS344 3
Entrepreneurship MS381 3
Supply Chain Management MS391/MM 496 6
Operations Management MS421/MS492 3
Project Management MS422 3
Final Project MS489 3

Specialization Requirements (21 Credit Hours)

Entrepreneurship

Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
International Strategic Partnerships MS483 3
Entrepreneurial Finance MS484 3
Small and Medium Enterprises MS382 3
Business Plan for New Ventures MS486 3
Innovation and Emerging Technology MS487 3
Global Entrepreneurship MS485 3
Legal and Taxation Issues MS488 3

Supply Chain Management (21 Credit Hours)

Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
Global Supply Chain Management MS492 3
Procurement Management MS493 3
Business Logistics Strategy MS494 3
Green Supply Chain Management MS495 3
Modern Technologies for Supply Chain Management MS496 3
Lean and Six Sigma Quality Management MS497 3
Planning and Control Systems MS391 3

Elective (06 Credit Hours)

Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
Financial Econometrics MS445 3
Corporate Social Responsibility MS423 3
Consumer Behavior MS433 3
Business and Economic Forecasting MS424 3
Business Process Design and Analysis MS425 3
Industrial Economy MS 446 3

Course Description

Code Name Lecture Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours Pre-reqs Co-reqs
HM101 English Language and Communication Skills 3 0 3 none none
HM102 Business And Technical Writing 3 0 3 none none
HM203 Business Communication 3 0 3 none none
HM211 Pakistan and Islamic Studies 3 0 3 none none
HM211 Ethics 2 0 2 none none
HM211 Impact of Science and Technology on Society 2 0 2 none none
HM212 Technology and Society 3 0 3 none none
HM321 Sociology and Human Behavior 3 0 3 none none
HM322 Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Profession 3 0 3 none none
MS101 Business Mathematics 3 0 3 none none
MS102 Business Statistics 3 0 3 none none
MS111 Business Ethics 3 0 3 none none
MS121 Fundamentals of Management 3 0 3 none none
MS131 Principles of Marketing 3 0 3 none none
MS141 Micro-Economics 3 0 3 none none
MS222 Human Resource Management 3 0 3 none none
MS223 Business Research Methods 3 0 3 none none
MS224 Business Policy 3 0 3 none none
MS232 Marketing Management 3 0 3 none none
MS242 Macro-Economics 3 0 3 none none
MS251 Financial Accounting I 3 0 3 none none
MS252 Financial Accounting II 3 0 3 MS251 none
MS261 Corporate Law 3 0 3 none none
MS271 Introduction to Environmental Science 3 0 3 none none
MS291 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 none none
MS311 Industrial Management 3 0 3 none none
MS325 Technology Management 3 0 3 none none
MS326 Production Management 3 0 3 none none
MS327 Organizational Behavior 3 0 3 none none
MS328 Strategic Management 3 0 3 none none
MS329 New Product Development 3 0 3 none none
MS343 Issues in Global Economy 3 0 3 none none
MS344 Financial Management 3 0 3 none none
MS381 Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 none none
MS382 Small and Medium Enterprises 3 0 3 none none
MS391 Supply Chain Management 3 0 3 none none
MS391 Planning and Control Systems 3 0 3 none none
MS421 Operations Management 3 0 3 none none
MS422 Project Management 3 0 3 none none
MS423 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 0 3 none none
MS424 Business and Economic Forecasting 3 0 3 none none
MS425 Business Process Design and Analysis 3 0 3 none none
MS433 Consumer Behavior 3 0 3 none none
MS445 Financial Econometrics 3 0 3 none none
MS446 Industrial Economy 3 0 3 none none
MS483 International Strategic Partnerships 3 0 3 none none
MS484 Entrepreneurial Finance 3 0 3 none none
MS485 Global Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 none none
MS486 Business Plan for New Ventures 3 0 3 none none
MS487 Innovation and Emerging Technology 3 0 3 none none
MS488 Legal and Taxation Issues 3 0 3 none none
MS492 Global Supply Chain Management 3 0 3 none none
MS492 Operations Mangement 3 0 3 none none
MS493 Procurement Management 3 0 3 none none
MS493 Industrial Safety 3 0 3 none none
MS494 Business Logistics Strategy 3 0 3 none none
MS494 Total Quality Management 3 0 3 none none
MS495 Green Supply Chain Management 3 0 3 none none
MS495 Maintenance Mangement 3 0 3 none none
MS496 Modern Technologies for Supply Chain Management 3 0 3 none none
MS496 Project Management 3 0 3 none none
MS497 Lean and Six Sigma Quality Management 3 0 3 none none