- ABOUT GUST
MBA Program Objectives
The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Learning Outcomes (PLO) of the MBA program have been designed in line with the vision of the GUST and are based on inputs received form all stakeholders. The PEOs of the MBA Program are:
MBA Program Outcomes
On successfully completing the program the student will be able to:
The GUST follows the philosophy of Outcome Based Education. Therefore, the teaching-learning process is student centric. The pedagogy is practical, hands on and real time. Case studies, Problem Solving Exercises, Role- Plays, Management Games and Presentations are extensively used. The curriculum is planned to facilitate learning in theory and practice of all aspects of the discipline of management ensuring the achievement of predefined learning outcomes.
The MBA program structure comprises of 4 semesters. The curriculum of the first two semesters provides the foundation in basic management courses. The curriculum of third and fourth semester focuses on imparting in-depth training in conceptual and practical aspects of functional and sectorial specialization and integrating courses. The program is implemented with a very flexible choice-based credit system.
The curriculum offers dual Functional Specialization along with Sectorial Specialization. Functional Specialization courses (Professional Electives) are offered in the following broad areas:
The Sectorial Specialization courses equip the students with specialized competencies for a chosen sector of industry. Sectorial specialization is offered in the following areas:
Each student undertakes two projects during the tenure of the program under the guidance of the faculty members. The project facilitates learning through practical application of the concepts. One foreign language is included as a core subject in the curriculum to fulfill the objectives of developing global competencies in students.
First Semester: (12 Credit Hours)
Second Semester: (12 Credit Hours)
Third and Fourth Semesters: (24 Credit Hours)