MAN101 Principles of Management

The purpose of this course is to prepare students to be managers. The course includes a wealth of conventional wisdom related to traditional management challenges of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. In addition, the contemporary management challenges related to such issues as people, quality, diversity, ethics and the global environment are included.

MAN201 Personal Management

The importance of self-management is stressed for productive results. Topics include time management, stress and conflict handling. Development of emotional maturity is discussed and interpersonal skills are developed through transactional analysis. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401

MAN301 Principles of Management

The purpose of this course is to prepare students to be managers. The course includes a wealth of conventional wisdom related to traditional management challenges of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. In addition, the contemporary management challenges related to such issues as people, quality, diversity, ethics and the global environment are included.

MAN302 Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is a study of how people behave as individuals, in groups and how groups behave as parts of organizations. An effective organization is the one that understands and manages optimum levels of these three types of behavior. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401

MAN303 Production and Operations Management

The course will provide a student-oriented presentation of the subject. It will reflect current production and operations management practices and techniques. An integrated approach featuring management process, resource conversion and concepts, models, and behavior applications within the production/operations function will be followed. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401, STA 202, MTH 103

MAN305 International Relations

This course aims at providing basic knowledge of international relations. In this course, the key theoretical concepts and terms of the field will be discussed such as level of analysis of international relations, theory and theory building, important actors in the international arena and the world system, and relations between states. Pre-requisite: MAN 201

MAN308 Social Advocacy and Community Service

The course objective is to contribute to the development of the society and to enable social entrepreneurship for issues afflicting the society. The course covers practical hands on projects involving students helping the community through experiential learning projects and would involve setting up of the micro-businesses for the needy families and establishment and support of organizations involved in social work.

MAN321 Organizational Behavior & HRM

This management area focuses on (1) individual, group, and organizational attributes and behavior to describe and explain the functioning and structuring of work organizations, and (2) the practical aspects of human resource management. Students seeking managerial careers in any business function can valuably learn about leadership, motivation, morale, performance, teams, organizational culture, and organizational design.

MAN401 Principles of Management

The purpose of this course is to prepare students to be managers. The course includes a wealth of conventional wisdom related to traditional management challenges of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. In addition, the contemporary management challenges related to such issues as people, quality, diversity, ethics and the global environment are included.

MAN402 Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is a study of how people behave as individuals, in groups and how groups behave as parts of organizations. An effective organization is the one that understands and manages optimum levels of these three types of behavior. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401

MAN404 Operations Research and Management

The course aims to enhance the capability of decision-making through application of modern methods of mathematical science to comple xproblems. Pre-requisite: MKT 303, MAN 303

MAN405 Strategic Management

The course is intended to be a challenging and exciting capstone course for a graduate business school curriculum. It is the first course about strategy and its implementation. Students will be exposed to the state of the art of strategy analysis, formulation, implementation and control. Pre-requisite: MKT 302/402, MAN 301/401, 302/402, HRM /401/402

MAN406 Production and Operations Management

The course will provide a student-oriented presentation of the subject. It will reflect current production and operations management practices and techniques. An integrated approach featuring management process, resource conversion and concepts, models, and behavior applications within the production/operations function will be followed. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401, STA 202, MTH 103

MAN407 Organizational Management

This course is a study of the entire process of management. It gives an insight into the development of managerial skills for effective running of business operations. Along with the in-depth knowledge of the functions of management it serves as a basis for understanding motivation techniques for human resource which is critical for synergies in business. og 2015

MAN408 Analysis of Pakistani Industries

Students get a micro and a macro environmental exposure and understanding of the various issues facing the industry. This course also aims at benchmarking the various functional processes so as to achieve organizational excellence. Pre-requisite: MAN 302, HRM 301, ECO 402

MAN410 Introduction to Industrial Management

The course introduces industrial management operation system & includes objectives; entrepreneurship, project identification, evaluation, project & operation cost, productivity, breakeven analysis, process management, operations strategy, competitive strategy framework for competitor analysis, structural analysis of industry, total quality management, capacity planning & facility location, inventory management, supply chain management, project management, project control and technology management..

MAN411 Project Management

The course covers project initiation, discovery and analysis, time and cost estimates, project planning, network diagram, critical path, recourse management plan, project execution, monitoring and managing, project control, project closure plan, managing operation transfer plan.

MAN413 Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR is the commitment of businesses to contribute to sustainable economic development by working with employees, their families, the local community and society at large to improve their lives in ways that are good for business and for development. Pre-requisite: MAN 401

MAN415 Entrepreneurial Leadership and Motivation

The Course aims at aspiring students to become successful entrepreneurs and attain leadership in their respective fields of endeavours. By enabling them o overcome their fear and problems of start-up businesses the Course involves presentations by renowned entrepreneurs to arouse passion and provide “mentorship” for successful implementation of entrepreneurial projects.

MAN416 Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance is the system by which business corporations are directed and controlled. The Corporate Governance structure specifies the distribution of rights and responsibilities among different participants in the corporation, such as the board, managers, shareholders and other stakeholders and spells out the rules and procedures for making decisions on corporate affairs. Pre-requisite: MAN 401

MAN417 Services Management

This course focuses on service industries such as dealing with intangibility and inseparability. It also examines the problems faced by professional, not-for-profit, social and financial services marketers.

MAN418 Management and Organizational Dynamics

This course provides a higher level exposure to the management process and organizational behavior from a social science and behavioral perspective. Emphasis is on the analysis and understanding of individual and group behavior in organizations with special attention to managerial and policy implications. Students will study organizational processes both theoretically and in an experiential environment through exercises, case-studies and the experientiallearning projects. Pre-requisite: MAN 401

MAN501 Total Quality Management

This course revolves around the customer satisfaction model and deals with the areas of benchmarking, ISO-9000 (quality management systems), ISO-14000 (environmental quality systems), statistical process control, customer satisfaction approaches/models (management tools). There is special emphasis on research project & case studies in this course. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401, MAN 303

MAN502 Business Process Re-engineering

This course is designed to develop an understanding about organizing, managing & improving the ongoing process & systems essential for sustained growth of the organization. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401, MAN 303

MAN503 Supply Chain Management

This course covers essentials of Supply Chain Management and is divided into foundations of SCM, enabling concepts, the requirement process, strategic sourcing, strategic cost management relationship management and world class supply chain management. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/301/401, MKT 301/401

MAN504 Business Balanced Scorecard

This course is a set of measures that provide a comprehensive business overview. It includes not only measures that track past actions, but also those that drive future performance. In this course, students will build the skills to create a strategy map and a Balanced Scorecard for an organization.

MAN507 Business Etiquette

The course deals with the ingredients necessary for career growth, apart from technical competence, e.g., protocol in the office, personal grooming and dress, relationship with colleagues and customers, etc.

MAN508 Comparative Management

This course exposes students to the different work-related values and norms prevalent in various countries of the world. The main aim of this course is to expose students to different cultural mindsets and the effective leadership styles which have been developed in different parts of the world. Catalog 2015-2016

MAN509 Logistics and Inventory Control

The course is a based on analysis and designing of domestic and international logistics systems. Topics include transportation, warehousing, inventory control, materials handling and packaging, and plant and warehouse locations. The course may serve as preparation for the American Society of Transportation and Logistics Certification examination in logistics systems management. Pre-requisite: MAN 304

MAN510 Management Infrastructure

This course is a study of the entire process of management. It gives an insight into the development of managerial skills for effective running of business operations. Along with the in-depth knowledge of the function of management it serves as a basis for understanding the motivation techniques for human resource which is critical for synergies in business.

MAN601 Advanced Qualitative Research

This course introduces students to issues involved in developing appropriate research strategies for investigation business and organizational issues and concerns. Extensive literature review, presentation and research article summaries constitute its essential part. Quantitative research techniques are discussed at a higher level and software such as SPSS, MINITAB and EVIEWS are used to analyze secondary data.

MAN602 Survey of Current Research Literature in Management

The course provides a review of management research literature under the supervision of PhD faculty. It provides an opportunity to analyze quality research published in different professional journals in the field of Management. The course concentrates on organizational behavior, business policy, human resource management, behavioral sciences.

MAN603 Technology, Innovation and Strategy

The Course covers the evolving technological trends and their impact on current and future business strategies, operations and environment. These new challenges require innovation and creative strategies to successfully lead through the transformation.

MAN604 Management Strategies and Emerging Organizations

The course aims to equip students in the art and science of conceiving, developing and implementing management strategies to attain and retain business advantage particularly in the emerging organizations. As organizations become global and increase their reach through internet and mobile technologies, they are undergoing transformation of their assumptions regarding reporting structures, lines of communications, and management of their resources.

MAN605 Seminar in Business Policy

Business Policy is a multidisciplinary Capstone Course which focuses on all aspects of business including organizational strategies and practical and emerging trends relating to successful organizations around the world. It will cover policy, rationale and practices relating to business of successful organizations with particular emphasis on latest and emerging trends.

MAN606 Business Analytics for Decision Making

Business Analytics refers to the ways enterprises use data to gain insights and make better decisions. This course will develop students’ skills in the use of Big Data to develop business insights and predictive capabilities, using machine learning, data mining and forecasting techniques, as well as optimization techniques to make business sense from corporate databases and internet data from corporate websites, social networks and other data sources.

MAN608 Technology, Operations and Innovation

Technological trends are modifying and challenging business operations and production of value as well as business interactions with customers and society. These challenges require innovation and technologies to make the organizations nimble and efficient. As manufacturing moves towards nano-technologies and atomic level production, the production processes would change. Information explosion at an exponential rate is creating challenges of business analytics in understanding and managing the changing world. Neuron level technologies are posing challenges in managing perception and control of human beings.

MAN611 Project Management

The course covers project initiation, discovery and analysis, time and cost estimates, project planning, network diagram, critical path, recourse management plan, project execution, monitoring and managing, project control, project closure plan, managing operation transfer plan.

MAN613 Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance is the system by which business corporations are directed and controlled. The Corporate Governance structure specifies the distribution of rights and responsibilities among different participants in the corporation, such as the board, managers, shareholders and other stakeholders and spells out the rules and procedures for making decisions on corporate affairs. Pre-requisite: MAN 401

MAN614 Comparative Management

This course exposes students to the different work-related values and norms prevalent in various countries of the world. The main aim of this course is to expose students to different cultural mindsets and the effective leadership styles which have been developed in different parts of the world. Catalog 2015-2016

MAN615 Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR is the commitment of businesses to contribute to sustainable economic development by working with employees, their families, the local community and society at large to improve their lives in ways that are good for business and for development. Pre-requisite: MAN 401