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WMBA Program: SPRING 2018

Institute of Business Administration (IBA-JU)


Jahangirnagar University
Savar, Dhaka-1342
Bangladesh.
Cell:+8801 711 345 773
+8801 774 116 036

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WMBA Class Routine: SPRING 2018
WMBA Program
Institute of Business Administration (IBA-JU)
Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342

9:30~12:30 (F1) 2:00~5:00 (F2) 5:10 ~ 8:10 (F3)

BUS502(1): MMH BUS501(1): MA BUS505(1): SMIA


Room 382 Room 383 Room 321
BUS504(1): ZI BUS503(1): RH BUS507(1): CGK
Room 384 Room 381 Room 381
BUS506(1): MNI BUS508(1): TA BUS509(1): MBR
Room 383 Room 406 Room 382
BUS510(1): AH BUS513(1): TF BUS512(1): SD
Room 406 Room 382 Room 383
BUS511(1): RKS BUS514(1): SMIA HRM504: AH
Room 381 Room 407 Room 384
FIN506: TF FIN504: SHC QBA506: MNI
Room 407 Comput4er Lab Room 407
MKT507: RH MKT519: MBR BUS513(3): SK
Room 321 Room 384 Room 406

10:00-1:00(S1) 2:00~5:00 (S2) 5:10 ~ 8:10 (S3)

BUS503(2): RH BUS501(2): SD BUS502(2): MMH


Room 382 Room 381 Room 382

BUS510(2): MNI BUS505(2): SMIA BUS504(2): ZI


Room 383 Room 407 Room 384
BUS511(2): CGK BUS506(2): BA BUS507(2): CGK
Room 381 Room 406 Room 381
BUS512(2): MMH BUS508(2): TA BUS509(2): PS
Room 406 Room 321 Room 383
FIN502: ZI BUS513(2): JJ FIN510: AH
Room 384 Room 382 Room 406
BUS514(2): SK
HRM507: IA
Room 384
Room 321

MKT523: MBR MKT528: PS


Computer Lab Room 383

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Faculty List: SPRING 2018
WMBA Program
Institute of Business Administration (IBA-JU)
Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342

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Course Title Course Teachers
No
1 BUS 501 Managerial Communication (Section 1) Mr. SMA Moudud Ahmed (MA) F2
2 BUS 501 Managerial Communication (Section 2) Ms. Saptarshi Dhar (SD) S2
3 BUS 502 Mathematics for Decision Making (Section 1) Prof. Dr. Md. Motaher Hossain (MMH) F1
4 BUS 502 Mathematics for Decision Making (Section 2) Prof. Dr. Md. Motaher Hossain (MMH) S3
5 BUS 503 Statistics for Managers (Section 1) Dr. S M Rafiul Haque (RH) F2
6 BUS 503 Statistics for Managers (Section 2) Dr. S M Rafiul Haque (RH) S1
7 BUS 504 Managerial Economics (Section 1) Dr. K.M Zahidul Islam (ZI) F1
8 BUS 504 Managerial Economics (Section 2) Dr. K. M. Zahidul Islam (ZI) S3
9 BUS 505 Macro Economic Analysis (Section 1) Prof. Dr. S. M. Ikhtiar Alam (SMIA) F3
10 BUS 505 Macro Economic Analysis (Section 2) Prof. Dr. S. M. Ikthtiar Alam (SMIA) S2
11 BUS 506 Accounting for Decision Making (Section 1) Mr. Mohammad Nazmul Islam (MNI) F1
12 BUS 506 Accounting for Decision Making (Section 2) Mr. Badrul Alam (BA) S2
13 BUS 507 Organization and Management (Section 1) Mr. Chowdhury Golam Kibria (CGK) F3
14 BUS 507 Organization and Management (Section 2) Mr. Chowdhury Golam Kibria (CGK) S3
15 BUS 508 Peoples Management (Section 1) Ms. Tasnima Aziza (TA) F2
16 BUS 508 Peoples Management (Section 2) Ms. Tasnima Aziza (TA) S2
17 BUS 509 Marketing Management (Section 1) Dr. Mohammad Baktiar Rana (MBR) F3
18 BUS 509 Marketing Management (Section 2) Mr. Palash Saha (PS) S3
19 BUS 510 Financial Management (Section 1) Mr. Alamgir Hossain (AH) F1
20 BUS 510 Financial Management (Section 2) Mr. Mohammad Nazmul Islam (MNI) S1
21 BUS 511 Management Information System (Section 1) Mr. Ratul Kumar Saha (RKS) F1
22 BUS 511 Management Information System (Section 2) Mr. Chowdhury Golam Kibria (CGK) S1
23 BUS 512 Operations Management (Section 1) Ms. Saptarshi Dhar (SD) F3
24 BUS 512 Operations Management (Section 2) Prof. Dr. Md. Motaher Hossain (MMH) S1
25 BUS 513 Entrepreneurship Development (Section 1) Ms. Tahira Farzana (TF) F2
26 BUS 513 Entrepreneurship Development (Section 2) Dr. Jasmine Jaim (JJ) S2
27 BUS 513 Entrepreneurship Development (Section 3) Mr. Shahriar Kabir (SK) F3
28 BUS 514: Strategic Management (Section 1) Prof. Dr. S. M. Ikthtiar Alam (SMIA) F2
29 BUS 514: Strategic Management (Section 1) Mr. Shahriar Kabir (SK) S2
30 FIN 502: Investment and Portfolio Management Dr. K. M. Zahidul Islam (ZI) S1
31 FIN 504: Corporate Finance Mr. Shish Haider Chowdhury (SHC) F2
32 FIN 506: Financial Institutions and Markets Ms. Tahira Farzana (TF) F1
33 FIN 510 Bank Management Mr. Alamgir Hossain (AH) S3
34 MKT 519: Retail Management Dr. Mohammad Baktiar Rana (MBR) F2
35 MKT 523: Rural Marketing Dr. Mohammad Baktiar Rana (MBR) S1
36 MKT 528: Brand Management Mr. Palash Saha (PS) S2
37 MKT 507: Marketing Research Dr. S M Rafiul Haque (RH) F1
38 HRM 507: Industrial Relations Dr. Ireen Akhter (IA) S1
39 HRM 504: Training and Development Mr. Alamgir Hossain (AH) F3
40 QBA 506: Management Science Mr. Mohammad Nazmul Islam (MNI) F3

WMBA Program
Institute of Business Administration (IBA-JU)
Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342

Trimester Class Plan: SPRING 2018

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Week Friday Class Saturday Class
Week 1 January 19, 2018 (Friday) January 20, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 2 January 26, 2018 (Friday) January 27, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 3 February 02, 2018 (Friday) February 03, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 4 February 09, 2018 (Friday) February 10, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 5 February 16, 2018 (Friday) February 17, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 6 February 23, 2018 (Friday) February 24, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 7 March 02, 2018 (Friday) March 03, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 8 March 09, 2018 (Friday) March 10, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 9
Week 10 March 23, 2018 (Friday) March 24, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 11 March 30, 2018 (Friday) March 31, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 12 April 06, 2018 (Friday) April 07, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 13 April 13, 2018 (Friday)
April 20, 2018 (Friday) April 21, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 14
Make-up day
April 27, 2018 (Friday) April 28, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 15
Final Examination (F1 & F2) Final Examination (S3)
May 04, 2018 (Friday) May 05, 2018 (Saturday)
Week 16
Final Examination (F3) Final Examination (S1 & S2)

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ORDINANCE FOR WMBA PROGRAM
INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (IBA-JU)
JAHANGIRNAGAR UNIVERSITY

1.0 Program:
The Master of Business Administration (Weekend) Program consists of 60 credit hours which can be completed within
two to six years on trimester basis. Each trimester will be of thirteen weeks of duration. The course-end examination of
the courses offered in a trimester will be held at the end of the each trimester.

1.1 Program Objective


This nonresidential MBA Program (weekend) aims at developing up-to-date global entrepreneurs and managers.
Through the delivery of state of art teaching and practical insights this program will ultimately endeavor to create the
business leaders of the future.

2.0 Academic Program:


The MBA Program requires each student to complete a maximum of 20 courses and each of the courses will carry 3
credit hours. Students with related background may get waiver upto maximum 15 credits hours depending upon
previous academic records. Students may be allowed to take minimum 2 courses (i.e. 6 credit hours) from all the
courses offered in a trimester. It is to be noted here that all the courses may not be offered at every trimester. Minimum
number of students should be 10 to have a course offered to them.

Degree requirements:
i) The degree will be awarded after the successful completion of a maximum of 20 courses (60 credit
hours). Maximum 5 courses can be waived based on the previous academic records of the student.

ii) Passing of all the courses individually by getting at least “D” grade and maintaining a minimum
CGPA of 2.5.

3.0 Admission Requirements for MBA Program:


3.1 Eligibility of a candidate:

In order to qualify as a candidate for the MBA program (weekend), the applicant must satisfy the following
requirements:

All applicants must have at least a Bachelor degree in any field of study. The minimum qualifying point is seven for all
applicants. The point determination is laid out in the tables below:

Table 1: SSC, HSC or Equivalents


SSC (GPA/Division) HSC (GPA/Division) O level GPA A Level GPA Qualifying Points
>=4.0/1st >=4.0/1st >=3.0 >=2.5 3
>=3.0/2nd >=3.0/2nd >=2.5 >=2.0 2
>=1.0/3rd >=1.0/3rd >=1.0 >=1.0 1
Applicants who have taken the O Level examination must have passed at least five subjects, with a minimum grade “D”
in each of these subjects.

Applicants who have taken the A level examination must have passed at least two subjects, with a minimum grade of
“D” in each of these subjects.

Letter grades of O level and A level subjects are converted to grade points (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1). Grade Point Average
(GPA) is calculated by averaging the grade points of the five best grades of O level and the two best grades of A level.

Table 2: Bachelors and Masters Program


Certificate/ Degree Class/ Division
1st 2nd 3rd
Bachelor Degree (Pass) 4 3 2
Bachelor Degree (Hons.) Bachelor of Engineering, 5 4 2
Medicine or agriculture
Master degree 1 1 1

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Table 3: Four- year Bachelor Program (4.0 point scale)
CGPA 3.5 and above 3.0 to < 3.5 2.5 to < 3.0
Points 5 4 3

For all other certificates, equivalence will be determined by the Equivalence Committee of the IBA-JU. Applicants with a score of
550 or more in GMAT (with minimum 30 percentile in verbal and 50 percentile in quantitative) may be exempted from the Written
Test. However, they will be required to appear for a viva-voce examination.

3.2 Admission test:


The admission test will comprise of a written test followed by a viva-voce examination, A successful candidate must pass
both tests individually. Final merit list will be based on the scores of both written and viva-voce.

4.0 Assessment:
4.1 For the purpose of assessment, 100 marks shall be assigned to each of the three credit hours course.
4.2 Assessment of a student in a course shall be based on marks obtained in the course end examination (written) and course
work. Marks allotted for course work shall be 60% of the total marks of each course while marks allocated for the course
end examination (written) shall be 40% of the total marks.
4.3 Course work

Coursework shall consist of written tests, viva-voce, quizzes, participation in class, project visit, presentation, case studies,
discussion, assignments, term papers, etc.
4.4. Course-end examination:
I) Each course-end examination to be held at the end of each trimester and the duration of the course -end examinations shall be 2 to
2.5 hours for each course.
4.5. Grading system:
The total numerical marks obtained by a student will be converted into letter grades. The UGC grading system will be followed to
evaluate the course performance.

Table 4: Grading Structure


Conversion Point Letter Grade Grade Point
80-100 A+ 4.00
75-less than 80 A 3.75
70-less than 75 A- 3.50
65- less than 70 B+ 3.25
60- less than 65 B 3.00
55- less than 60 B- 2.75
50- less than 55 C+ 2.50
45- less than 50 C 2.25
40- less than 45 D 2.00
below 40 F 00

5.0 Qualifying Marks:


If any candidate obtains less than “D” grade in the combined evaluation of course-end examination and assessment of class work or
s/he remains absent in course-end examination, her/his course shall be treated as incomplete and s/he will get a chance to participate
in the next available examination on that course.

6.0 Withdrawal:
6.1: Withdrawal from course:
Withdrawal from a course may be allowed to a student after approval from the authority during a trimester. S/he needs to apply for a
withdrawal within three weeks from the beginning of a trimester. As far as course fee is concerned, if the student applies for a
withdrawal within (a) 3 week s/he will get full refund, (b) 5 weeks s/he will get 50% refund. There would be no refund for
withdrawal from the course after 5 weeks.
6.2: Withdrawal from program:
The academic committee may allow withdrawal on valid occasions but a student must complete the program within a period of 6
academic years from the date of initial registration. Student can get withdrawal from the program for a period no more than 2 years.
Upon re-entry, the student must complete the required courses of the program remaining in force. The student can only be
accommodated within the course offered for the regular students.

7.0 Repeater:
(i) A student at any trimester who fails to appear in more than one course-end examinations for some valid reasons may, on
recommendation of the director of the Institute be allowed by the Vice-Chancellor to continue for one-more trimester and repeat all
the courses of that trimester.
ii) If any student fails in more than one course in any trimester.

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Syllabus for the WMBA Program
2011 onward
Institute of Business Administration (IBA-JU)
Jahangirnagar University

OVERVIEW OF WMBA Program


 Class Time: Friday and Saturday

 Duration of each trimester: 4 Months

 Structure of WMBA Program: 13 Basic Courses + 1 Capstone Course + 4 Major


Courses + 2 Minor Courses = 20 Courses

 Total Credit Hours: 20x3 = 60 Credit Hours


BASIC AND CAPSTONE COURSES
Courses
BUS 501 Managerial Communication
BUS 502 Mathematics for Decision Making
BUS 503 Statistics for Managers
BUS 504 Managerial Economics
BUS 505 Macro Economic Analysis
BUS 506 Accounting for Decision Making
BUS 507 Organization and Management
BUS 508 Peoples Management
BUS 509 Marketing Management
BUS 510 Financial Management
BUS 511 Management Information System
BUS 512 Operations Management
BUS 513 Entrepreneurship Development

Capstone Course
BUS 514: Strategic Management

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Major & Minor Courses
FINANCE AND BANKING
Courses
FIN 501: Central Bank and Banking Supervision
FIN 502: Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
FIN 503: International Financial Management
FIN 504: Corporate Financial Management
FIN 505: Financial Econometrics
FIN 506: Financial Institutions and Markets
FIN 507: Strategic Banking
FIN 508: Financial Engineering
FIN 509: Insurance Fund Management
FIN 510: Bank Management
FIN 511: E-banking
FIN 512: Project Management
FIN 513: Financial Product Marketing
FIN 514: Fund Management
FIN 515: Real Estate Finance and Investment
FIN 516: Financial Statement Analysis
FIN 517: Working Capital Management
FIN 518: Non Bank Financial Institution
FIN 519: Behavioral Finance
FIN 520: Theory of Finance
FIN 521: Selected Issues in Finance
FIN 522: Seminar on Contemporary issues in Finance and Banking
FIN 523: Research in Banking and Finance

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Courses
HRM 501: Human Resource Planning and Policy
HRM 502: Strategic Human Resource Management
HRM 503: Job Analysis and Performance Management
HRM 504: Training and Development
HRM 505: Career Planning and Development
HRM 506: Compensation Management
HRM 507: Industrial Relations
HRM 508: Employment laws in Bangladesh
HRM 509: Leadership
HRM 510: Conflict Management
HRM 511: Human Resource Information system
HRM 512: Labor Economics
HRM 513: Gender in Management
HRM 514: Managing Workforce Diversity
HRM 515: Selected Issues in Human Resource Management
HRM 516: Global Human Resource Management
HRM 517: Management of Human Resources in Bangladesh
HRM 518: Seminar on Contemporary issues in Human Resource Management
HRM 519: Research in Human Resource Management.

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ACCOUNTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Courses
ACT 501: Accounting Information Systems
ACT 502: Strategic Management Accounting
ACT 503: Accounting for Government and Non-Profit Organization
ACT 504: Advanced Cost Accounting
ACT 505: Intermediate Accounting
ACT 506: Advanced Financial Accounting
ACT 507: Advanced Auditing
ACT 508: Taxation
ACT 509: Special Issues in Accounting
ACT 510: Seminar on Contemporary issues in Accounting and Information Systems
ACT 511: Research in Accounting and Information Systems

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (MIS)


Course
MIS 501: System Analysis and Design
MIS 502: Database Management
MIS 503: Object Oriented Programming
MIS 504: Web Based Programming
MIS 505: Network Resource Management
MIS 506: Internet Security
MIS 507: E-Commerce
MIS 508: Decision Support System
MIS 509: Selected Issues in Management Information System
MIS 510: Seminar on Contemporary issues in Management Information Systems
MIS 511: Research in Management Information Systems

QUANTITATIVE BUSINESS ANALYSIS


Course
QBA 501: Innovation Management
QBA 502: Quality Management
QBA 503: Modern Manufacturing Systems
QBA 504: Materials Management
QBA 505: Production Economics
QBA 506: Management Science
QBA 507: Project Management
QBA 508: Inventory Management
QBA 509: Supply Chain Management
QBA 510: Production Planning and Control
QBA 511: Seminar on Contemporary issues in Operations Management
QBA 512: Research in Operations Management

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Course
INB 501: International Marketing
INB 502: WTO
INB 503: International Business Management
INB 504: Multinational Companies
INB 505: International Supply Chain Management
INB 506: Management of Technology
INB 507: International Trade Theory
INB 508: International Finance
INB 509: Seminar on Contemporary issues in International Business
INB 510: Research in International Business

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DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT
Course
DEM 501: Development Economics
DEM 502: Poverty Alleviation
DEM 503: Project Cycle Management in the NGO Sector
DEM 504: Management of Public Sector Enterprises
DEM 505 Public Finance
DEM 506: Management of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME)
DEM 507: Project Appraisal and Implementation Management
DEM 508: Theories of development
DEM 509: Development Planning in Bangladesh
DEM 510: Climate Change
DEM 511: Social Business
DEM 512: Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Development Management
DEM 513: Research in Development Management

MARKETING
Courses
MKT 501: Product Design and Pricing Policy
MKT 502: Services Marketing
MKT 503: Industrial Marketing
MKT 504: Promotions Management
MKT 505: Strategic Marketing
MKT 506: Consumer Behavior
MKT 507: Marketing Research
MKT 508: International Marketing
MKT 509: Social Products Marketing
MKT 510: Real Time Marketing
MKT 511: Relationship Marketing
MKT 512: Financial Product Marketing
MKT 513: Marketing Game
MKT 514: Advertising & Sales Promotion
MKT 515: Theories of Marketing
MKT 516: Marketing Channel Management
MKT 517: Sales Management
MKT 518: Product Portfolio Management
MKT 519: Retail Management
MKT 520: Customer Relationship Management
MKT 521: Integrated Marketing Communication
MKT 522: Agro Product Marketing
MKT 523: Rural Marketing
MKT 524: Tourism and Hospitality Management
MKT 525: Agricultural Product Marketing
MKT 526: Global Marketing
MKT 527: Fundamentals of E-Marketing
MKT 528:Brand Management
MKT 529: Selected Issues in Marketing
MKT 530: Seminar on Contemporary issues in Marketing
MKT 531: Research in Marketing

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