Masters in Management

Overview

Masters in Management program is designed to provide leadership to make a difference in the fields of management-education, research and industry. During their studies, the students go through rigorous training and are exposed to the latest information, concepts, tools and techniques in business management research. They are required to use their best intellectual and scholastic abilities to earn the degree. Master's in Management programme aim to provide course work to the candidates with excellent research potential and enhance the capacity of existing management graduates working in various organizations on middle and senior managerial positions.

Career Options

Here are brief descriptions of some important management jobs

  • Supervisor or Junior Managers
    Plans and schedules day-to-day employee operations, directing each type of production or service activity
  • Team Manager
    Works with small group of other employees to share ideas, overcome negative attitudes, and improve interpersonal communication skills
  • Project Manager
    Coordinates a design project through communication and teamwork, usually in computer science or engineering
  • Middle Manager
    Operates between junior and top managers, possibly overseeing branch or regional offices
  • International Manager
    Oversees an overseas branch of a corporation or a department dealing specifically with international issues
  • Chief Executive Officer
    In charge of an entire company or corporation, maximizing profit while minimizing difficulties within the organization or its relationship with outside entities
  • Corporate Managers
    Works with a larger organization, within any number of specialized departments, such as human resources, marketing, accounting, finance, etc.
  • Administrative Manager
    Oversees services specifically related to actual operation of a company, including organization, communication, and evaluation
  • Information Systems Manager
    Oversees the data processing and network administration of an organization's computer systems
  • Purchasing Manager
    Engages in the business activity of buying materials, supplies, and services to reach an organization's goals
  • Marketing Manager
    Administers the sales and distribution of an organization, including economic forecasting and transportation
  • Financial Manager
    Controls the legal and accounting departments of an organization
  • Office Manager
    Organizes and executes various office functions within an organization
  • Interpersonal Managers
  • Human Resources Manager
    Oversees many critical personnel-related business functions, such as compensation, benefits, hiring, and firing
  • Staff Development Manager
    Directs the training and continuing education of an organization's employees
  • Hospitality Manager
    Administers services toward guests of restaurants, hotels, motels, resorts, etc., focusing primarily on customer satisfaction
  • Meeting Manager
    Plans and coordinates conventions, trade shows, conferences, and exhibitions by all types of organizations
  • Personal Manager
    Works closely with an individual to maximize their exposure and earnings
  • Physical Managers
  • Facility Manager
    Coordinates physical workplace with people and work of an organization
  • Operations Manager
    Controls procurement and production process within a manufacturing organization
  • Production Manager
    Controls the organization through final output of a particular product,( i.e. a magazine or newspaper in the visual arts)
  • Industrial Or Manufacturing Manager
    Works to maintain output and maximize the efficiency of a particular production process of durable or nondurable goods
  • Construction Manager
    Directs the building or remodeling of a structure, working with the architect, city officials, and the crew of workers
  • Healthcare Manager
    Interfaces with patients and families in the administration and financing of health-related services, such those found at hospitals, nursing homes, and personal care centers
  • Pharmaceutical Manager
    Assists in running drug-manufacturing companies, including areas such as research and development, marketing, and sales
  • Research And Development Manager
    Conceptualizes a company's technical needs for development, through administrative and research activities
  • Management Scientist
    Uses a mathematical approach to analyzing business problems, screening options, and making decisions about resources such as time, money, people, space, and raw materials
  • Public Sector Managers
  • City Or County Manager
    Oversees and coordinates day-to-day running of city, county, or regional governments
  • Government Program Manager
    Oversees a government agency or program, in such areas as economics, social services, or diplomacy
  • Non-Profit Manager
    Directs the operations of a non-profit, usually charitable, organization, in areas such as administration, recruitment, and fund-raising
  • School Principal Or Director
    Heads an institution of learning, either public or private, budgets funds, and relates with personnel and students
  • School Administrator Or Superintendent
    Defines and implements the policies of a school district and maintains its quality
  • College Administrator
    Supervises certain facets of higher education, such as student affairs, financial affairs, or academic affairs
  • Farming, Forestry, Mining Or Fishing Manager
    Maintains a balance between the use of these natural resources and their replenishment
  • Private Sector Managers
  • Communications Manager
    Maintains operations of a company related to disseminating information, such as telephone, Internet, print media, TV, or radio.
  • Transportation Manager
    Assists in organizing firms dealing with such modes of transport as airlines, bus, taxi, rent-a-car, railroads, or shipping and trucking.
  • Public Utilities Manager
    Oversees development and distribution of needs such as gas, electricity, and water for a city, region, or state.
  • Real Estate Manager
    Directs a team of real estate agents and helps to maintain an up-to-date database of properties for sale or rent
  • Insurance Manager
    Oversees activities of an insurance office, including the direction of sales, monitoring of claims, and keeping up to speed on insurance rates, coverage's, and eligibility
  • Retail Manager
    Maintains the day-to-day operation of one or more retail outlets
  • Food Services Manager
    Operates a fast-food franchise, restaurant, or in-house cafeteria, organizing areas such as procurement, personnel, marketing, and public relations
  • Service Manager
    Usually works for a retail store or supply company, overseeing repairs and maintaining product warrantee information
  • Self- Employed
    Manages own business, overseeing all aspects to insure its success

Major Subjects

  • Applied Research Techniques
  • Business Policy and Strategy
  • Econometrics
  • Critical Thinking and Advanced Logic
  • Decision Science
  • Human Self and Behavior
  • New Science of Life and Nature
  • Knowledge Management and Information Sciences
  • History of Ideas
  • Statistical Analysis and Management Research
  • Economics of Business Management
  • Strategy and Policy (Case Studies)
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Global Organization
  • Econometric Models and Forecasting
  • Management of Technology
  • Organization Theory
  • Economic Development and Policy

Admission Requirements

Requirements for Master in Management:

  • Candidate should have 14 years of education.
  • Candidates should have graduate degree from recognized college or university. A background in a social science will be a plus point but not essential feature.
  • Candidates who are more than 26 years old shall not be entitled for admissions unless relaxation is granted by the Vice Chancellor for special reasons on the recommendations of the Chairman.
  • Foreign students must route their applications through the Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan.
  • Admission will be made on merit, subject to the regional quota.

(These rules are applied for government universities of Pakistan)

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