- Master of Science (MSc) in Management
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- MBA (Human Resource management)
- MBA (Information Systems)
- MBA (Operations Management)
- MBA (Marketing)
- MBA (Business Economics)
- MBA (Accounting)
- MBA (Finance)
MMS 5101 Management
MMS 5102 Economics for Management
MMS 5201 Accounting for Management
MMS 5202 Human Resource Management
MMS 5203 Operations Management
MMS 5301 Financial Management
MMS 5302 Marketing Management
MMS 5303 Management Information Systems
MMS 5304 Organisational Behaviour
- Complete the second year by 8 courses with 24 credits and a project report with 6 credits or
- Complete the second year by 6 courses with 18 credits and the research with 12 credits.
MMS 6101 Strategic Management
MMS 6102 Research Methods
One Course from the field of specialisation
MMS 6202 Seminars from the field of Specialisation and
Two Courses from the field of specialisation
Three Courses from the field of specialisation
Research with 12 credits or Project Report with 6 credits and Two Courses from the field of specialisation.
- Field of Business Administration
- MBA 6401 Advanced Organisational Behaviour
- MBA 6402 Organisational Change and Development
- MBA 6403 Entrepreneurship and Small & Medium Enterprises
- MBA 6404 Managing for Productivity and Quality**
- MBA 6405 Organisation Culture and Leadership
- MBA 6406 Integrative Studies in Management
- MBA 6407 International Management
- MBA 6408 Contemporary Issues in Management
- MBA 6409 Knowledge Management
- MBA 6410 Creativity and Innovations
- Field of Public Management
- MPM 6401 Theory and Practice of Public Management
- MPM 6402 Public Policy Analysis
- MPM 6403 Issues in Development Administration
- MPM 6404 Public Finance
- MPM 6405 Issues in Decentralization and Devolution
- MPM 6406 Comparative Public Administration
- MPM 6407 Contemporary Issues in Public Administration
- MPM 6408 Procurement Management
- MPM 6409 Managing Local Government
- MPM 6410 International Law
- MPM 6411 Bussiness Govrnment Relations
- Human Resource Management
- MHR 6401 Employee Resourcing
- MHR 6402 Performance Evaluation and HR Development
- MHR 6403 Rewards Management
- MHR 6404 Contemporary Themes in Industrial Relations
- MHR 6405 Employment Law of Sri Lanka
- MHR 6406 Advanced Human Resource Management
- MHR 6407 Sri Lankan Applications in HRM & IR
- MHR 6408 Human Value Management
- MHR 6409 Management of Expatriates
- MHR 6410 Costing Human Resources
- Marketing Management
- MMM 6401 Consumer Behaviour
- MMM 6402 International Marketing
- MMM 6403 Services Marketing I
- MMM 6404 Services Marketing II
- MMM 6405 Strategic Marketing Management
- MMM 6406 Marketing Research
- MMM 6407 Customer Relations Management
- MMM 6408 Marketing Communication
- MMM 6409 Case Analysis in Marketing
- MMM 6410 Product and Brand Management
- MAC 6401 Financial Statement Analysis
- MAC 6402 Corporate Financial Reporting
- MAC 6403 Computer Integrated Accounting Applications
- MAC 6404 Managing Costs in Organizations
- MAC 6405 Accounting Information Systems Management
- MAC 6406 Management Accounting: Approaches, Perspectives and Issues
- MAC 6407 Performance Measurement and Control
- MAC 6408 Advanced Financial Accounting Theory and Practice
- MAC 6409 Advanced Auditing and Assurance
- MAC 6410 Ethics and Business
- MAC 6411 Group Statement in Accounting Reporting
- MFI 6401 Financial Analysis and Planning
- MFI 6402 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
- MFI 6403 International Financial Management
- MFI 6404 Bank Management
- MFI 6405 Financial Modelling and Forecasting
- MFI 6406 Advanced Corporate Finance
- MFI 6407 Financial Derivatives
- MFI 6408 Financial Markets and Institutions
- MFI 6409 Corporate Governance
- MFI 6410 Financial Economics
- Business Economics
- MBE 6401 Development Economics
- MBE 6402 Advanced Business Economics
- MBE 6403 Applied Econometrics
- MBE 6404 Advanced Applied Economics
- MBE 6405 International Business
- MBE 6406 Environmental Economics
- MBE 6407 Advanced Labor Economics
- MBE 6408 Money and Banking
- MBE 6409 Managerial Economics
- MBE 6410 Business Economics Seminars
- Information Systems
- MIT 6401 Information Technology Essentials
- MIT 6402 Information and Internet Technologies
- MIT 6403 Information Technology and Corporate Strategy
- MIT 6404 Information Technology Project Management
- MIT 6405 Electronic Commerce
- MIT 6406 Business Process Management
- MIT 6407 Information Systems Security
- MIT 6408 Data Mining and Business Intelligence
- Operations Management
- MDS 6401 Advanced Quantitative Techniques for Managers
- MDS 6402 Supply Chain Management
- MDS 6403 Management of Technology and Innovation
- MDS 6404 Total Quality Management
- MDS 6405 Modelling and Simulation
- MDS 6406 Project Management
- MDS 6407 Managing Services
- MDS 6408 Statistical Data Analysis
- MDS 6409 Production Planning and Controlling
- MDS 6410 Enterprise Resource Planning
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTSTo be eligible for admission to the MBA, MPM and MSc programs, an applicant must possess one of the following qualifications and a good working knowledge of English:
- A Special Bachelor’s Degree with a class standing in Business Administration/ Public Administration/ Commerce/ Human Resource Management/ Marketing/ Accountancy/ Finance/ Estate Management and Valuation/ Business Economics/ Operations Management/ Management Information Systems/ Economics from a recognised university.
- A General Bachelor’s Degree with a First Class or Second Class (Upper Division) standing in any of the above subject areas from a recognised University.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in any subject area from a recognised University with three years’ post-qualifying relevant experience.
- A Postgraduate Diploma of not less than one year or Higher Degree in Management Studies from a recognised University.
- A Postgraduate Diploma of not less than one year or Higher Degree in any other field from a recognised University with two years’ relevant experience.
- One of the following professional qualifications with three years’ post-qualifying relevant experience.
Institute of Chartered Accountants (ACA)- Passed Finalist
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) – Passed Finalist
Association of Chartered & Certified Accountants (ACCA)- Passed Finalist
Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) UK- Diploma
Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB) UK- Diploma
Chartered Institute of Bankers (AIB) Sri Lanka – Diploma
Institution of Engineers (CIE) UK /Sri Lanka – Associate member or above
Ceylon Technical College – Higher National Diploma in Accountancy (HNDA) (Four Year Course)
Ceylon Technical College – Higher National Diploma in Management/ Commerce (HNDM/C) (Four Year Course)
Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators – Member
Attorney – at – Law
- One of the following professional qualifications with five years’ post-qualifying relevant experience.
- Diploma in Marketing awarded by the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM)
- Professional qualification in Human Resource Management from the Institute of Personnel Management.
- Other professional qualifications equivalent to the above may be considered subject to the approval of the Senate.
SELECTION PROCEDUREThe selection procedure consists of the following steps:
- All applications received are screened to ensure that they meet the admission requirements.
- Applicants who meet the basic requirements are called for an aptitude test. This test is designed to assess the English proficiency and the level of intelligence of the candidates. Each part of the paper carries an equal weight (50 marks for each). Only those who get the minimum marks from each part will be called for the interview.
- A formal interview will be conducted to assess the verbal competence in English, the passion for continuous learning, and the commitment to pursue the program to its completion.
- A list giving the order of merit will be prepared based on the sum of the aptitude test and interview marks.
- Applicants who satisfy the entry requirements will be allocated to different programs on their preference and eligibility at the beginning of the program. Only those who can prove the relevancy to the specialisation area of his/her choice will be permitted to register for that particular field of specialisation.
- The programs on specialisation fields that have at least 10 students will be offered in a particular year.
- The minimum number of 50 students will be enrolled per batch at present.
EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION
EXAMINATIONLectures of a course are to be completed by 13 weeks and all continuous assessments of a given course should be completed during the 13 weeks. The final examination of the course will be held after 2 weeks study leave.
EVALUATION OF CREDIT COURSECandidates will be evaluated both by continuous assessments and final comprehensive written examinations. The continuous assessment may include individual assignments, group assignments, case analyses, critical incident analyses, term papers, mid term examinations, quizzes, practicals, oral presentations and etc. After completion of lectures of a credit course, there is a final written examination. Pass mark for each credit course is 50% of the total marks and a minimum of 40% marks has to be maintained for both continuous assesments and final examination.
EVALUATIONS OF PROJECTS/RESEARCH/THESISEvaluations of Projects/Research/Thesis will be evaluated both by the report and the viva voce examinations.The grading system is as follows:
Grade Marks Range Interpretation Grade Points A 75-100 Excellent 4 B 60-74 Good 3 C 50-59 Satisfactory 2 D 30-49 Poor 1 E Below 30 Very Poor 0 INC – Incomplete – MC – Medical –
OVERALL ASSESSMENTDegree will be awarded to the candidate who fulfils the requirements of sections; Credit Courses and the thesis/research/project and obtains an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2. GPA is the mean of Grade Points obtained for all the credit courses, thesis/research/project, and the viva voce examination. A merit pass is awarded if the average of the grand total exceeds 80%.
- A candidate who has successfully completed the credit courses (10 courses) in the first year but not opted to proceed to the second year of the program is eligible for the award of the Postgraduate Diploma in Management (PGDM).
- If a candidate fails to complete the second year of the program within the maximum period given, wishes to obtain the PGDM, he/she shall be awarded the PG Diploma, provided that he/she has successfully completed all the credit courses (10 courses) in the first year of the program.
- If a candidate obtains a PGDM, he/she is not eligible to obtain the Masters degree.
PROGRESS REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES
- The coordinator will issue progress reports of candidates on request.
- When all requirements are completed and the results are approved by the result board of the Faculty of Graduate Studies subject to the approval of the Senate of the University, the Deputy Registrar of the Faculty will issue a detailed result sheet on request.
TEACHING METHODOLOGYIt involves: (1) Class room teaching through lecture method and academic assignments for learning of theories, policies, procedures, systems, methods and techniques; (2) Practical learning for providing exposure to the real world through project reports, practical assignments, case studies, critical incidents, skill builders, and role plays; and (3) Participant-centered learning coupled by a qualified supervisor in completing a project/research/thesis.
APPLICATIONSApplications for admission to these degree programs for 2016 batch will be accepted up to January 31st , 2016. Application forms and program details can be obtained from the office of the Deputy Registrar of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Sri Jayewardenepura in person or by post by paying an application fee of Rs.1500/=. Those who wish to obtain the application forms and program details by post could do so by sending a self-addressed stamped envelop 10″ x 12″ in size to the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Gangodawila, Nugegoda.Closing Date of Applications: 31st January 2016Inquiries can be made to the;Coordinator,
Postgraduate Centre for Business Studies,
Sri Soratha Mandiraya,
University of Sri Jayewardenepura,
Tel: +94 11 2801616
APPLICATION PROCEDUREDuly completed applications should be submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies with the following documents:
- Certified copies of the degree certificates and academic transcripts.
- Certified copies of certificates of professional qualifications.
- Two letters of recommendations.
- Evidence of proficiency in English.
- Evidence to support the eligibility for the specialization field.
- Certified copies of all other relevant documents.
Download ApplicationAccount No. (People’s Bank) 053010005667Total fee – Rs. 450,000/= + 3% Tax
(Can be paid in two installments, Rs.275,000/= + 3% Tax in the first year and Rs. 175,000/= + 3% Tax in the second year)
Application Fee Rs. 1500/= Registration Fee Rs. 5,000/= Library FeeRs. 1,500/=Coordinator,
Postgraduate Centre for Business Studies,
Sri Soratha Mandiraya,
University of Sri Jayewardenepura,
Tel: +94 11 2801616