The MBA program is one of the most demanding and highly accepted Business programs in the region. The program is constantly updated and monitored by a high-power, independent academic council. This program emphasizes discussion, seminar, workshop and project-based methods. It also digs into managerial experience and research, and research-based learning in combination with textbooks.
Students will normally complete the requirements for the degree within a maximum of two year from the date of their admission. The time limit may be extended up to seven years. Under certain circumstances, the time limit may be extended upon request to the Advisor of the program.
Minimum nine credits (or three courses); maximum fifteen credits (or five courses) per semester. Permission of the MBA program office is required for exceptions.
Credit Transfer and Course Waiver
Both waivers and transfer may be allowed for courses completed in other universities. Waiver Is allowed only for foundation courses and transfer may be allowed for courses which are equivalent to ULAB graduate level courses.
Students must complete a minimum of 28 credits at ULAB to earn MBA degree.
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Admission Requirements for Graduate Admission
Basis for Admission
(i) Prior academic achievements; and
(ii) Acceptable admission test scores or a minimum of 550 in TOEFL and 500 in GMAT.
Admission form is available for Tk. 500.00. Admission form must be filled in properly and submitted to the admission office. Completed admission forms must include copies of marks-sheet, certificates & testimonials of previous examinations (SSC & HSC or “0” & “A” levels, graduate degrees) and four copies of recent passport-size photographs.
The MBA program consists of foundation courses (7), workshops (3), core courses (5), concentration courses (4) & one capstone course. The details are given below.
|Type of Course||Credit|
|Foundation courses (7)||21|
|Core Courses (5)||15|
|Concentration Courses (4)||12|
|Capstone Courses (1)||3|
After successful completion of all functional area (Core) courses students integrate the acquired concepts by a process of synthesis accomplished through the course Strategic Management. MBA600 Strategic Management.
The students are allowed to do double major or ‘a major & a minor’. Students may take two additional courses from a second area, which will be considered as a minor. Students already graduated may also be allowed to do relevant courses for concentration for which a separate certificate will be issued by the Program Chair.