MBA/EMBA Programs



Director's Message



 

Greetings from the Director!

Business degree such as MBA and EMBA is a dream; the dream that keeps you awake to realize your career path. The programs will increase your creativity with credibility; strengthen your communication, leadership and decision-making skills. As a global citizen, if you want to advance your comprehension to decode the complexity of contemporary business environment into success, NSU MBA and NSU EMBA must be the right choice for you.

NSU SBE; School of Business and Economics is the destination for preference for the litterateurs and highly qualified business academics (American PhD or equivalent) as well as mastermind corporate and tenured industry leaders. Likewise, the American curriculum courses are designed to equip the prevailing necessity of fast growing corporate world.

NSU MBA is an investment. When technology revolution is transforming and transferring business from countryside to global village, strategy is to formulate from localization to global standardization sphere, and society is emphasizing to the fullest on highly-paid knowledge workers, one must think forward to secure then the competitive employment prospect. NSU MBA definitely ensures that.

NSU EMBA is a venture. On- the -job studying enables executives and managers immediately transfer their learning to enrich their job performance by generating and implementing innovative ideas, benchmarking, strategic planning and sustainable practices. The EMBA program facilitates strategic leadership and challenges to pursue growth and innovation in the age of technology and globalization.

As sustainability is the key: first to make profit and then to protect it from the rivalry so as our MBA and EMBA programs; these create unlimited possibilities to human development.

Welcome leaders –to the greater responsibility and self-actualization, to the millennial culture of knowledge and development, to the assemblage of mastermind business crowns and to the booming network of 3000+students and alumni worldwide.

Thank you!

With best regards,
Muslima Zahan, PhD


















 



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Contents

Overview


The MBA program aims at developing managers and leaders of the 21st century. Flexible and career-oriented, it is designed to meet the needs of professionals in the corporate world.  The MBA program has been designed following the guidelines of the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the highest accreditation body of business schools in USA.

The program is open to all university graduates preparing for major career advancements. NSU faculty members are educated and trained in North American or universities or their equivalent. Classes are held four days a week (Sun-Wed) in two slots, in the afternoon (3:00 pm) and evening (7:00 pm), to accommodate the schedules of full-time professionals.

The academic programs are offered throughout the year in three terms: Spring, Summer and Fall.  Each term spans 13 weeks. The Spring term begins in January, Summer in May, and Fall in September.

Students can choose to major in Management, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Accounting or MIS.

NSU has agreements for academic cooperation and exchange programs with the following foreign universities:

The University of California, Berkeley; the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; George Washington University; Pennsylvania State University; Colorado State University; the University of Southern Indiana; St. Xavier University, Chicago; International Islamic University, Malaysia; Yarmouk University, Jordan; Witswatersrand University, South Africa.

Curriculum


Foundation Courses                                                                               (24 Cr)

  • BUS 500 Communication Skills for Managers                                                       Non Cr
  • BUS 501  Business Math
  • BUS 505  Accounting Principles
  • BUS 511  Business Statistics
  • BUS 516  Computer Information Systems
  • BUS 518  Business Law and Ethics
  • BUS 520 Management and Organizational Behavior
  • BUS 525  Managerial Economics
  • BUS 530  Economic Conditions Analysis

Advanced Courses                                                                                   (15 Cr)

  • BUS 601 Human Resource Management
  • BUS 620  Marketing Management
  • BUS 635  Managerial Finance
  • BUS 650  Operations Management
  • BUS 685  International Business

Integrative Course                                                                                  (3 Cr)

  • BUS 690 Strategic Management

Major Courses                                                                                         (12 Cr)
(Any 4 from a major; the following provides only partial lists)

  • FINANCE
    • FIN 635             Financial Analysis and Control
    • FIN 637             Investment Theory
    • FIN 639             Corporate Finance
    • … (10 other courses; please refer to Appendix

  • MANAGEMENT

    • MGT 602           Management Science
    • MGT 675           Total Quality Management
    • MGT 680           Supply Chain Management
    • … (11 other courses;, please refer to Appendix)

  • MARKETING
    • MKT 621            Buyer Behavior
    • MKT 625            Distribution Management
    • MKT 627            Services Marketing
    • … (7 other course; please refer to Appendix)
  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
    • HRM 602           Human Resource Planning and Staffing
    • HRM 603           Training and Development
    • HRM 605           Industrial Relations
    • … (9 other course; please refer to Appendix)


Open Electives                                                                                        (6 Cr)

Any two upper level (500 or above) courses

Degree Requirements

A student must complete the required number of credits with a ‘B’ average (i.e., with a minimum CGPA of 3.00/4.00) to earn the MBA degree. To continue in the program a student must be in good standing (i.e. maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.7 at all levels of academic advancement). If in any semester the CGPA drops below 2.7 the student is put on academic probation.  A student will be dismissed after being on probation for two consecutive semesters.

Students who have completed similar courses at their undergraduate or graduate levels from recognized institutions are eligible for waiver of a maximum of 12 credit hours from the foundation level courses.  A waiver decision will be made upon a student’s admission to the program.  A student may apply for a maximum of 12 credit hours to be transferred to NSU if he/she has completed similar graduate level courses at other recognized institutions. Students may also be eligible for course waiver up to 6 credit hours if they have two years’ uninterrupted full-time work experience. At least 36 credit hours must be completed at NSU for the degree (residency requirement). The decision of the university is final on the issue of waiver or transfer of credit.

Financial Information

Total cost of the program ranges from Taka 2,34,000 to Taka 3,70,000, depending on the standing of the student at the time of admission.  All fees are subject to change.  Please check with the MBA Program Office for the most recent fee structure.

Cost/Fee Structure Amount

Tuition Fee per credit                             Tk. 5,500

Student Activity Fee per semester         Tk. 2,000

Computer Lab Fee per semester            Tk. 1,500

Library Fee per semester                       Tk. 500

Please note that all students must pay a non-refundable, one time only admission fee of Tk. 20,000.

North South University recognizes the need for supporting meritorious and needy students.  The support is provided through SCHOLARSHIP/FINANCIAL AID.  Continuation of financial aid or assistantship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. Please check with the MBA Programs Office for details.

Admission


New students are admitted to the program three times a year ( in Spring, Summer and Fall).  Applications must be submitted within the deadline announced for the semester of intake.  All admission queries should be directed to the MBA Program Office, School of Business and Economics.  To be eligible to apply for admission a candidate will require

  • A minimum of 15 years of schooling prior to MBA.
  • A bachelor’s degree in any discipline.  (Please note that two-year BA/B.Sc./B.Com degrees do not fulfill the 15-year schooling requirement; a master’s degree will be required in such cases.)
  • At least second division/class with 45% or above marks in all public examinations, or a CGPA of 2.75/ 4.00 point scale in applicable cases.

The final decision on admission is taken on the basis of the following.

  • Past academic performance (at high school, college, and university levels).
  • Scores of the admission test administered by NSU.
     The NSU administered admission test may be waived if an applicant has scored 550 or above in both TOEFL and GMAT.
  • Waiver of written test for candidates with undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or above from NSU and CGPA of 3.5 from other universities.
  • Interview with the Admission Committee.
  • Work experience in managerial positions.

The MBA admission test at NSU is very similar to GMAT in structure. There are five sections in the test: reading comprehension, English grammar, quantitative aptitude, data sufficiency and essay writing.  The test takes about three hours to complete. 

Application packages can be purchased by paying Taka 1,500 at UCBL, IFIC, DBBL, South East Bank (Bashundhara Branch) in Dhaka.  Only complete applications will be processed.  You may download the Application Form from the net, and submit the same with a pay-order of Taka 1,500 from any bank.  A complete application will include:

  • A Graduate application form, completed and signed
  • Candidates five passport sized signed photographs and National ID.
  • Parents PP Photographs, and National ID Photocopy.
  • One set of photocopies of all previous certificates and transcripts (mark sheets), notarized or attested.  Incomplete or improper attestation will deem the application void.
  • One set of appointment letter(s) and experience certificate(s), if any (attested).
  • 350 words—Statement of Purpose.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

North South University welcomes international students. Special consideration is given to the students from SAARC countries and South and Southeast Asia.  Prospective students are advised to contact the Director, MBA Programs, by email at mbainfo@northsouth.edu

International students are advised to process their application at least six months prior to the commencement of the program.  Students should ask the Educational Testing Service send their GMAT score directly to the Director, MBA Program. The code number of North South University is 2505. Foreign nationals currently living in Bangladesh may take the NSU admission test in lieu of GMAT. All international students must provide a financial solvency certificate from a bank.  The document must mention that the applicant or the sponsor has the ability to bear the educational and related expenses of the student during the period of study at North South University.  The applicant must also hold valid visa to study at NSU. Responsibility of getting a visa from a Bangladesh Consulate lies with the student. NSU does not provide accommodation or housing or dormitory facility.

Core Faculty Members


Dr. Sharif Nurul Ahkam -
DBA (Kent State University, USA)

Dr. Jashim Uddin Ahmed - Ph.D. (Manchester University, UK)

Dr. Ahsanuzzaman - Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, VA)

Dr. Md. Shahedul Alam - Ph.D.  (University of Waterloo, Canada) 

Dr. Sakib Bin Amin - Ph.D. (Durham University, UK) 

Dr. M. Hafizur Rahman Arman - Ph.D. (Purdue University, USA)

Dr. Shamim Al Azad - Ph.D. (Seoul National University)

Dr. Salma Begum - Ph.D. (University of Kentucky, USA)

Dr. Tamgid Ahmed Chowdhury - Ph.D. (Macquarie University, Australia)

Dr. Basman Towfique DeWald - Ph.D.  (Clemson University, Clemson, S.C, USA)

Dr. Gour Gobinda Goswami - Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin, USA)

Dr. Samsul Islam - Ph.D. (Auckland University, New Zealand)

Dr. M. Mujibul Haque - Ph.D. (Texas Tech University, USA)

Dr. Ummaha Tul Hazra - Ph.D.  (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Dr. M. Ismail Hossain  - Ph.D. (University of Toronto, Canada)

Dr. Md. Abdul Hoque - Ph.D. (Lancaster University)

Dr. Mausumi Mahapatro Khan - Ph.D. (SOAS, University of London)

Dr. Anandamayee Majumdar - Ph.D.  (University of Connecticut)

Dr. M. Khasro Miah - Ph.D. (Nagoya University, Japan)

Dr. Kanti Ananta Nuzhat - Ph.D. (Monash University, Australia)

Dr. Asad Karim Khan Priyo - Ph.D. (University of Toronto, Canada)

Dr. Md. Arifur Rahman - Ph.D. (University of Western, Sydney)

Dr. A.F.M. Ataur Rahman - Ph.D. (American University, Washington DC, USA)

Dr. A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman - Ph.D. (Houston, USA)

Dr. Mohammad Mahboob Rahman - Dean, School of Business and Economics

Ph.D.  (The University of Kansas, USA)

Dr. Mustafa Abdur Rahman - Ph.D. (University of Western Sydney, Australia)

Dr. Muhammad Sabbir Rahman - Ph.D. (International Islamic University, Malaysia)

Dr. Mahmud A. Shareef -  Ph.D. (Carleton University, Canada)

Dr. Ahmed Tazmeen - Ph.D. (University of Manitoba, Canada)

Dr. Frank Henry Wade - DBA (Golden Gate University, USA)

Dr. Muslima Zahan - Director, MBA & EMBA Programs,  Ph.D. (University of Turin, Italy)



Adjunct/Visiting Faculty Members


Dr. Kamal Uddin Ahmed -
Ph.D. (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ)

Dr. A.K. Mohammad Ali - Ph.D. (University of Manchester, UK)

Dr. Mahmudul Anam - Ph.D. (Carleton University, Ontario)

Dr. Abdullahil Azeem - Ph.D. (The University of Western Ontario, Canada)

Dr. Zaid Bakht - Ph.D.  (Cornell University, USA)

Dr. Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian - Ph.D. D (University of London, UK)

Dr. Md. Hamid Ullah Bhuiyan - Ph.D. (La Trobe University, Australia)

Dr. A. A. Mahboob Uddin Chowdhury - Ph.D (University of Dhaka, Dhaka)

Dr. Kanchan Das - Ph.D. (University of Windsor, ON, Canada)

Dr. Md. Ridhwanul Haq - Ph.D. (University of Western Sydney, Australia)

Dr. M. Mahmodul Hasan - Ph.D. (University of Wales, UK)

Dr. Md. Hasanuzzaman - Ph.D. (National Institute of Informatics (NII), Tokyo, Japan)

Dr. M. Ahsan Akhtar Hasin - Ph.D. (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)

Dr. Farah Hasin - Ph.D. (University of London, UK)

Dr. H. M. Mosarof Hossain - Ph.D. (University of Dhaka)

Dr. Zakir Hossain - Ph.D. (University of Newcastle, USA)

Dr. Sheikh Mohammed Rafiul Huque - Ph.D. (Yokohama National University, Japan)

Dr. ABM Shahidul Islam - Ph.D. (University of Dhaka, Dhaka)

Dr. Md. Shahidul Islam - Ph.D. (Georg-August University in Goettingen, Germany)

Dr. Mohammad Thoufiqul Islam - Ph.D. ( Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

Dr. K.M. Zahidul Islam - Ph.D.  (University Helsinki, Finland)

Dr. Md. Abbas Ali Khan - Ph. D. (Glasgow, UK)

Dr. Mubina Khondkar - Ph.D. (University of Manchester, UK)

Mr. M. Rafiqul Matin - MBA (North South University, Dhaka)

Dr. M. Masud Rahman - Ph.D. (Aligarh Muslim University, India)

Dr. Matiur Rahman - Ph.D. (Monash University, Australia)

Dr. Md. Mizanur Rahman - Ph.D. (University of Dhaka)

Dr. Md. Baktiar Rana - Ph.D. (Yokohama National University, Japan)

Dr. Ferdous Sarwar - Ph.D. (North Dakota State University, USA)

Dr. A. K. Fazlul H. Shah - Ph.D. (Northeastern University, Boston, USA)

Dr. Mohammad Tareq - Ph.D. (RMIT University, Melbourne)

Dr. Muhammad Shariat Ullah - Ph.D. ( Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

Dr. Md. Main Uddin - Ph.D. (Tohoku University, Japan)

Major Gen. AMA Wadud (retd) - MBA (Royal Roads University, Canada)

Dr. Shima Zaman - Ph.D. (Macquarie University, Australia)

Mr. K.M. Jamshed uz Zaman - M.A (Yale University, USA)

Dr. Kais Zaman - Ph.D. (Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, USA)





Contact

Contents

Overview


North South University, the premier private university in Bangladesh was established by the NSU Foundation with the initiative of a group of philanthropists, industrialists, bureaucrats and academics. The government of Bangladesh approved the establishment of North South University in 1992 under Private University Act (PUA) 1992. The university follows American system-semesters, credit hours, letter grades, one examiner system etc. Its curriculum when first introduced, were reviewed by relevant departments of University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and University of California at Berkeley, USA and duly approved by UGC. The academic programs are continually updated and adapted to meet the local needs.

The NSU School of Business and Economics (SBE) made history by becoming the first business school in Bangladesh to receive specialized American accreditation.  The SBE received accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), USA.  Accreditation from ACBSP validates the quality of the education the SBE provides.

The EMBA program of the School of Business and Economics, North South University aims at developing managers and leaders of the 21st century.  It is flexible, career oriented and designed to meet the needs of the professionals in various fields, viz., business, engineering, social science, medicine, and others. 

The EMBA curriculum recognizes and incorporates emerging trends, concepts, and issues of globalization. This is reflected in course design and pedagogy.  Interdisciplinary integration with globalization is attained through a global capstone course.

The program can be completed in about three to four semesters (about 1 –11/4 years). Students who have completed relevant coursework at their undergraduate or graduate levels may apply for a waiver up to 15 credit hours. If a student can take the full advantage of course waiver, he/she can complete the EMBA Program in about three semesters.

Faculty members teaching in the EMBA program have Ph.D. from North America or equivalent universities, and top-level corporate executives with long industry experience.

Classes are offered from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM on Thursday, 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM & 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM on Friday and 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM & 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM on Saturday. There is a break of 30 minutes in the middle of the class.  Refreshments are served to students during the break.  The timing helps working professionals attend the program.

The NSU EMBA is a 50-credit program (16 courses of 3 credits and one course of 2 credits) with three major components - foundation courses (15 credits), functional core courses (23 credits), and concentration courses (12 credits). Foundation courses prepare students with a broad base in quantitative areas, economics, management marketing and research methodology. They must be completed before taking the functional core courses. The functional core courses comprise of a course in international business (global stone) and four courses in the functional areas of management. Concentration courses in finance, human resource management, management, and marketing develop specialization in specific areas. It is attained through a strategy/policy course (functional capstone). Students are required to take courses in a predetermined sequence (see flow chart) offered throughout the year. The EMBA Yearly Schedule helps students make advance planning in taking the courses.



Admission


New students are admitted to the program three times a year ( in Spring, Summer and Fall).  Applications must be submitted within the deadline announced for the semester of intake.  All admission queries should be directed to the EMBA Program Office, School of Business and Economics.  To be eligible to apply for admission a candidate will require

  1. A four-year Bachelor’s or a three-year Honor’s degree or a Master’s degree in any discipline.
  2. At least Second Class in all exams or a minimum CGPA of 2.75 on a 4-point scale.
  3. At least three years of continuous work experience as executive.
  4. Candidates with a two-year Bachelor’s degree will require five years of executive experience to be eligible for admission.
  5. Candidates will not require a written test but must pass an oral test for admission.

The final decision on admission is taken on the basis of the following:

  • Past academic performance (at high school, college, and university levels).
  • Scores of interview administered by NSU.
  • Interview with the Admission Committee.
  • Work experience in managerial positions.

Application packages can be purchased by paying Taka 1,500 at UCBL, IFIC, DBBL, South East Bank (Bashundhara Branch) in Dhaka.  Only complete applications will be processed.  You may download the Application Form from the net, and submit the same with a pay-order of Taka 1,500 from any bank.  A complete application will include:

  • A graduate application form, completed and signed
  • Candidates five passport sized signed photographs and National ID.
  • Parents passport sized signed Photographs, and National ID Photocopy.
  • One set of photocopies of all previous certificates and transcripts (mark sheets), notarized or attested.  Incomplete or improper attestation will deem the application void.
  • One set of appointment letter(s) and experience certificate(s) (attested).
  • 350 words—Statement of Purpose.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

North South University welcomes international students. Special consideration is given to the students from SAARC countries and South and Southeast Asia.  Prospective students are advised to contact the Director, EMBA Programs, by email at mbainfo@northsouth.edu

International students are advised to process their application at least six months prior to the commencement of the program.  Students should ask the Educational Testing Service send their GMAT score directly to the Director, EMBA Program. The code number of North South University is 2505. Foreign nationals currently living in Bangladesh may take the NSU admission interview in lieu of GMAT. All international students must provide a financial solvency certificate from a bank.  The document must mention that the applicant or the sponsor has the ability to bear the educational and related expenses of the student during the period of study at North South University.  The applicant must also hold valid visa to study at NSU. Responsibility of getting a visa from a Bangladesh Consulate lies with the student. NSU does not provide accommodation or housing or dormitory facility.

Financial Information


Total cost of the program ranges from Taka 2,42,000 to Taka 3,36,000, depending on the standing of the student at the time of admission.  All fees are subject to change.  Please check with the EMBA Program Office for the most recent fee structure.

Cost/Fee Structure Amount

Tuition Fee per credit                             Tk. 6,000

Student Activity Fee per semester         Tk. 2,000

Computer Lab Fee per semester            Tk. 1,500

Library Fee per semester                       Tk. 500

Please note that all students must pay a non-refundable, one time only admission fee of Tk. 20,000.

North South University recognizes the need for supporting meritorious and needy students.  The support is provided through SCHOLARSHIP/FINANCIAL AID.  Continuation of financial aid or assistantship is subject to satisfactory academic performance. Please check with the EMBA Programs Office for details.

Degree requirements


A student must complete the required number of credits with a ‘B-’ average (i.e., with a minimum CGPA of 2.7/4.0) to earn the EMBA degree. To continue in the program a student must be in good standing (i.e. maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.5 at all levels of academic advancement). If in any semester the CGPA drops below 2.5 the student is put on academic probation.  A student will be dismissed after being on probation for two consecutive semesters.

Students who have completed similar courses at their undergraduate or graduate levels from recognized institutions are eligible for waiver of a maximum of 15 credit hours from the foundation level courses.  A waiver decision will be made upon a student’s admission to the program.  At least 35 credit hours must be completed at NSU for the degree (residency requirement). The decision of the university is final on the issue of waiver of credit.

Curriculum


Foundation Courses                                                                                (15 Cr)

  • EMB 500                 Communication Skills for Managers                     
  • EMB 501 Quantitative Tools in Business
  • EMB 502 Business Economics
  • EMB 510 Principles of Accounting and Finance
  • EMB 520 Principles of Management and Marketing

Functional Core Courses                                                                         (23 Cr)

  • EMB 601                 Organizational Behavior
  • EMB 602 Human Resource Management
  • EMB 620 Strategic Marketing
  • EMB 650 Operations Management
  • EMB 660 Corporate Finance
  • EMB 670 International Business
  • EMB 690                 Strategic Management
  • BUS 700  Seminar

Major Courses                                                                                         (12 Cr)
(Any 4 from a major; the following provides only partial lists)

  • FINANCE
    • FIN 635             Financial Analysis and Control
    • FIN 637             Investment Theory
    • FIN 640             Real Estate Finance
    • … (9 other courses; please refer to Appendix)

  • MANAGEMENT

    • MGT 602           Management Science
    • MGT 675           Total Quality Management
    • MGT 680           Supply Chain Management
    • … (11 other courses;, please refer to Appendix)

  • MARKETING

    • MKT 621            Buyer Behavior
    • MKT 625            Distribution Management
    • MKT 627            Services Marketing
    • … (7 other course; please refer to Appendix)
  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
    • HRM 602           Human Resource Planning and Staffing
    • HRM 603           Training and Development
    • HRM 605           Industrial Relations
    • … (9 other course; please refer to Appendix)

Core Faculty Members


Dr. Sharif Nurul Ahkam - DBA (Kent State University, USA)

Dr. Jashim Uddin Ahmed - Ph.D. (Manchester University, UK)

Dr. Ahsanuzzaman - Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, VA)

Dr. Md. Shahedul Alam - Ph.D.  (University of Waterloo, Canada) 

Dr. Sakib Bin Amin - Ph.D. (Durham University, UK) 

Dr. M. Hafizur Rahman Arman - Ph.D. (Purdue University, USA)

Dr. Shamim Al Azad - Ph.D. (Seoul National University)

Dr. Salma Begum - Ph.D. (University of Kentucky, USA)

Dr. Tamgid Ahmed Chowdhury - Ph.D. (Macquarie University, Australia)

Dr. Basman Towfique DeWald - Ph.D.  (Clemson University, Clemson, S.C, USA)

Dr. Gour Gobinda Goswami - Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin, USA)

Dr. Samsul Islam - Ph.D. (Auckland University, New Zealand)

Dr. M. Mujibul Haque - Ph.D. (Texas Tech University, USA)

Dr. Ummaha Tul Hazra - Ph.D.  (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Dr. M. Ismail Hossain  - Ph.D. (University of Toronto, Canada)

Dr. Md. Abdul Hoque - Ph.D. (Lancaster University)

Dr. Mausumi Mahapatro Khan - Ph.D. (SOAS, University of London)

Dr. Anandamayee Majumdar - Ph.D.  (University of Connecticut)

Dr. M. Khasro Miah - Ph.D. (Nagoya University, Japan)

Dr. Kanti Ananta Nuzhat - Ph.D. (Monash University, Australia)

Dr. Asad Karim Khan Priyo - Ph.D. (University of Toronto, Canada)

Dr. Md. Arifur Rahman - Ph.D. (University of Western, Sydney)

Dr. A.F.M. Ataur Rahman - Ph.D. (American University, Washington DC, USA)

Dr. A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman - Ph.D. (Houston, USA)

Dr. Mohammad Mahboob Rahman - Dean, School of Business and Economics

Ph.D.  (The University of Kansas, USA)

Dr. Mustafa Abdur Rahman - Ph.D. (University of Western Sydney, Australia)

Dr. Muhammad Sabbir Rahman - Ph.D. (International Islamic University, Malaysia)

Dr. Mahmud A. Shareef -  Ph.D. (Carleton University, Canada)

Dr. Ahmed Tazmeen - Ph.D. (University of Manitoba, Canada)

Dr. Frank Henry Wade - DBA (Golden Gate University, USA)

Dr. Muslima Zahan - Director, MBA & EMBA Programs,  Ph.D. (University of Turin, Italy)

Contact


MBA/EMBA Programs Office

Room 631, 6th Floor, North Academic Building

15 B Bashundhara, Dhaka 1229

Phone: +880 2 5566-8200 ext  1760/1765/1764/1763

Email: mbainfo@northsouth.edu

 

People

Dr. Muslima Zahan, Director

Mr. Md. Mahbubul Alam, Senior Administrative Officer


Supports

Jawhar Lal Dhar – Extension 1760

Shahedul Haq Khan Majlish—Extension 1764

Jesmin Parvin—Extension 1765

SAC

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