IoBM offers the first of its kind MBA in Environment and Energy Management that aims to prepare future decision-makers in companies, government and non-governmental organizations for analyzing and acting in an environmentally proactive way when making decisions about policy, production and resource utilization. This is a weekend program which requires completion of 72 credit hours of course work, including 24 courses of 3 credit hours each spread over six consecutive semesters (two-years). Students must maintain a CGPA of 3.0 for the conferment of the degree. The course structure is subject to change in compliance with HEC requirements. The course is particularly designed for managers, administrators engaged in the environment and energy sector.

This MBA program is a 72 credit hour program which is divided into foundation stage of 36 credit hours, followed by 36-credit hours of rigorous MBA level courses and project dealing with strategy. The program covers areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, economics, law, management, environment and energy management and consists of foundation course work necessary for the higher level MBA courses.

Applicants with a 4-year bachelor’s degree from IoBM in non-business disciplines can claim up to 6 course exemptions from the foundation stage for the equivalent courses completed in the bachelor program.

Entry Requirements

Applicants are required to have a four year Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Architecture, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Engineering, Commerce, Medical, Forestry, Geology, Geography, Microbiology, Public health, and Environment Science from HEC recognized institutions.

Required Courses

Accounting Communication Finance Human Resource Management
ACC419
Financial Accounting
COM402
Business Communication
FIN408
Theory and Practice of Financial Management
FIN601*
Strategic Financial Analysis & Design
HRM410
Managing Human Capital
HRM606*
Leadership, Ethics and Change
Management Marketing Statistics Environmental and Energy Management Capstone Project
MAN418
Management and Organizational Dynamics
MAN608*
Technology, Operations and Innovation
MAN612*
Strategic Management
MKT402
Marketing Management
MKT601*
Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation
STA411
Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
EEM401
Environmental Issues and Management
EEM403
Energy Sources and Management
EEM404
Industrial and Municipal Waste Management
EEM405
Renewable Energy
EEM410
Environmental Impact Assessment
EEM411
Environmental Rules, Laws and Regulations
EEM412
Research and Survey Methodology
EEM510
Economics of Energy Management
EEM614
Safety, Health and Environmental Management
BPR601*
Capstone Project I
BPR602*
Capstone Project II

*Indicates MBA level courses

Elective Courses

Environmental and Energy Management
EEM603 Air and Noise Pollution Management
EEM604 Coastal Environment and Management
EEM605 Climatic Changes and its Impact
EEM606 Natural Resources Management
EEM607 Hospital Waste Management
EEM608 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
EEM609 Energy Audit
EEM610 Energy Conservation
EEM611 Energy Planning
EEM612 Environmental Ethics
EEM613 Public Awareness for Environment and Energy Sector
EEM615 Risk and Disaster Management

Course Structure

FOUNDATION STAGE
Semester One Semester Two Semester Three
Business Communication
Management and Organizational Dynamics
Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
Environmental Issues and Management
Financial Accounting
Marketing Management
Managing Human Capital
Energy Sources and Management
Theory and Practice of Financial Management
Economics of Energy and Environment
Environmental Rules, Laws and Regulations
Research and Survey Methodology
MBA STAGE
Semester Four Semester Five Semester Six
Leadership, Ethics and Change
Strategic Management
Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation
Industrial & Municipal Waste Management
Technology, Operations and Innovation
Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation
Environmental Impact Assessment
Capstone Project I
Strategic Financial Analysis & Design
Safety, Health & Environmental Management
Elective I
Capstone Project II