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Department of Business Administration (MBA)

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A Master of Business Administration in Bangladesh is a graduate discipline that includes theoretical and practical training for business or investment management. A Master of business administration degree will help the graduates get a better understanding of general business management functions. The University of Scholars in Bangladesh is offering a Master of Business Administration degree that generally focuses on fields such as accounting, finance, or marketing, and relationship management.

Goals and Purposes:
The rapid growth of private as well as government banks and corporate farms in Bangladesh make students focus their career in corporate areas and this makes Master of Business Administration a popular discipline in Bangladesh to have a degree on that. The demand is increasing day by day not only in Bangladesh but also in the world. A Master of Business administration degree can open a wide area of a career in any field for a degree bearer at home and abroad. Focusing on the demand and make the future leaders of Bangladesh, the University of Scholars has designed a well-structured Master of Business Administration degree with an attractive educational atmosphere and highly qualified Professors to teach the students all the single details of spreading their magic after completing their Master of Business Administration and make Bangladesh proud at the time successful. 

Program Summary:
The Master of Business Administration at the University of Scholars in Bangladesh is a full-time evening program as the working students can also attend the class after their office. Students are required to complete 67 credits of core courses, elective courses for major subjects to focus and an internship project. Students with 4-year BBA certificates may get a credit transfer or waiver of 24 credits depending upon grades. Students from another discipline can also apply for credit transfer or waiver depending on their previous study area. This two-year full-time Master in Business Administration program has been structured into five regular semesters where students can take courses consisting of 12 credits in each semester. After completing the course work, students need to undertake a twelve-week of internship assignment or project work to apply their understanding practically. After finishing the organizational attachment, students should prepare reports on their internship journey learning that are to be presented through a formal presentation. The duration of the program in the evening depends upon the enrolment of courses taken by a student per semester.

 

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