Executive Master of Business Administration

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Executive Master of Business Administration


Propel Your Journey with the UAP Executive MBA Program

The Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program of the UAP is a unique blend of academic and practical know-how of management discipline and business environment, and is designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude required of a 21st century manager/entrepreneur. The EMBA program is a full-fledged program of 42 credit hours spread over two years. The program is offered in the evening and also in the weekend so that the in-service people, entrepreneurs and self-employed can join for development of their career/ business prospects.
The EMBA program courses are administered by experienced, well-informed and knowledgeable full-time and part-time faculty members who are adept in training the pupils to be groomed into competent business professionals that are required for the job market.

Structure of the EMBA Program

The EMBA is a 42 credit-hour program (14 courses) consisting of 4 components – foundation courses (6), functional area courses (4), capstone course (1), and concentration courses (3). Foundation courses are devised to equip students with a sound knowledge in areas of accounting, management, ethical issues, economics, and quantitative techniques. Functional courses are intended to provide students with the knowledge in the functional areas of management. Courses in areas of concentration will develop the knowledge and skills of the students in their respective areas of specialization. After successful completion of all functional area courses, students integrate the acquired concept through the strategic management course (Capstone course).

Total class weeks in a semester

An EMBA student may register two courses at minimum and maximum of five courses in a semester. Every week, a student has to attend a 3-hour long class for each course. However, additional hours for a course may be scheduled by the concerned faculty as and when needed. A particular semester will consist of the following:  

Particulars Weeks
Classes 14 week
Midterm week 1 Week
Recess before Final Exam 1 week
Final exam week 2 weeks
Total 18 weeks

Class Schedule

Day Time
Friday 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
3:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Saturday 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Sunday to Thursday 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Curriculum Structure

Components Particulars
Duration 2 years (can be shorter with credit transfers/waivers)
Total Credit 42 credits (14 courses x 3 credits) Functional (4 courses), Major (3 courses), Capstone (1 course)
Internship/Dissertation Not required
Concentration Areas Finance and Banking, Management, HRM, Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Bank Management, Management Information Systems, Pharmaceuticals Marketing, Production and Operations Management


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