Master of Science in Business Administration

A 2-year program with a focus on real-world scenarios.

Program Summary

1. Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree, good English command

2. Duration: 2 years

3. Cost: $10,000 - $14,000

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Master in Business Administration


This is a degree program designed to equip you with the know-how to navigate the business landscape and to sufficiently prepare you for career advancement. It combines 15 modules from world’s top 7 universities’ MBA curriculum and 16 modules that closely match the current business demands.

Entry Requirements

The ideal candidate is at least a university graduate with good command of the English language (IELTS band 6 or equivalent). Prior work experience will be beneficial.

Intake & Study Schedule

Quarter IQuarter IIQuarter IIIQuarter IV
IntakeJAN (2nd weekend)APR (2nd weekend)JUL (2nd weekend)OCT (2nd weekend)
0800 - 1000Module 1 & 5Module 9 & 13Module 17 & 21Module 25 & 29
1000 - 1030BreakBreakBreakBreak
1030 - 1230Module 2 & 6Module 10 & 14Module 18 & 22Module 26 & 30
1230 - 1330LunchLunchLunchLunch
1330 - 1530Module 3 & 7Module 11 & 15Module 19 & 23Module 27 & 31
1530 - 1600BreakBreakBreakBreak
1600 - 1800Module 4 & 8Module 12 & 16Module 20 & 24Module 28
Total Lecturing Hours16161616
Total Online Lecturing Hours16161616
Total Online Discussion Hours16161616
Total Team Project Forum Hours16161616
Total Assignment Discussion Hours16161616
Total Thesis Supervision Hours16161616
Class HoursIndividual & Group Research HoursTotal Hours

Tuition Fees

Financial assistance is available for those in need. Terms and conditions apply.

InstallmentsSingle (USD)12x (USD)24x (USD)


1Assignments202 assignments per module
2Big data project analysis201 project per module
3Case studies or open book / online exams202 case studies per module
4Attendance, class participation & presentation20Compulsory for in-person students
5Final thesis (30,000 words)20CGPA 4.0


NoModule Title
1Human Capital: Manpower Strategy Planning, Recruitment, Training & Talent Management, Succession, Compensation & Benefits, Policy
2Research Methods for Final Thesis (30,000 Words)
3Corporate & Managerial Accounting
4Business Law And Policy: Contracts (MOU, MOA)
5Corporate & Managerial Finance & Banking (Traditional & Islamic)
6Project Management
7Corporate Strategy for BOD & BOG
8Business Economics (Macro & Micro)
9Marketing (6P)
10Management Information System (MIS), EDP, IT, Automation / Robotics
11Business Globalization, OEM
12Organizational & Office Administration, Cost Effectiveness Operational Strategy
13Organizational Behavior
14Corporate Communication, Public Relations, Image Power
15International Business (Import & Export)
17Human Phycology and Leadership
18Product / Business Life Cycle, the Blue Ocean Strategy, Big Data Analysis, Quantitative Techniques for Management
19Eco-conscious / Sustainable Business Management
20MSS (Marketing, Sales, Service) and Social Media Marketing
21Forming of Company (Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Public)
22Public Listing, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Project Financing, Merger & Reverse Take Over
23Franchising, Multi-level Marketing, Entrepreneurship
24Insurance, Health and Safety
25Auctioned Real Estate Investment
26Procurement, Logistics, Warehousing, Supply Chain
27SOP, ISO, TPM, 5S, Internal Auditing and Corporate Accountability
28Share Market Analaysis & Investment
29Time Management
30Research & Development
31Final Thesis, Publication

Required Reading

  1. True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership
    This book explains how and why becoming a genuine leader is possible for anyone and everyone. True North is based on research and first-person interviews with 125 of today’s top leaders.
  2. Talent on Demand
    Peter Cappelli wrote this book to examine common talent management issues. It includes a slew of supply chain company examples and reveals four management principles for ensuring that your employees have the skills they need, exactly when they need them.
  3. The Money of Invention: How Venture Capital Creates New Wealth
    This practical guide is written by two industry experts (Paul A. Gompers and Josh Lerner) about the problems entrepreneurs encounter when securing financing, and how the venture capital model can help businesspeople to resolve those issues.
  4. Many Unhappy Returns: One Man’s Quest To Turn Around The Most Unpopular Organization In America
    Charles O. Rossotti became commissioner of the IRS in 1997 and was tasked with rebuilding the organization. He was the first businessperson to head the IRS, and in this book, he tells the remarkable story of leadership and transformation of this organization.
  5. The Arc of Ambition: Defining the Leadership Journey
    This is a practical guide to harnessing your personal and professional ambition and leaving a legacy of accomplishment. It details examples from dozens of modern and also historical successful people from a multitude of industries.
  6. Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time
    In this book, Howard Schultz illustratres the founding principles that defined Starbucks and shares the wisdom he’s learned along the way.
  7. Unleasing Innovation: How Whirlpool Transformed an Industry
    Unleashing Innovation tells the inside story of one of the most successful innovation turnarounds in American history, including reducing margins while also expanding internationally.
  8. Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die
    In this book, written by accomplished educators and brothers Chip and Dan Heath, they tackle head-on perplexing questions related to how ideas take off.
  9. Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make Competition Irrelevant
    This book is based on a study of more than 150 strategic moves, including companies that have spanned more than a hundred years and thirty industries.
  10. Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less
    In Scaling Up Excellence, bestselling author Robert Sutton and Stanford colleague Huggy Rao tackle a challenge every growing organization faces at one time of another: scaling.
  11. Data Science for Business
    Written by two world-renowned data science experts Foster Provost and Tom Fawcett, this book explains the foundational principles of data science.