Master of Business Administration


MCBS hosts an American MBA from Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. The course offers students a unique combination of an American MBA education, an international learning experience, and global networking opportunities.


The program equips individuals with the knowledge, skills, and strategic mindset necessary to succeed in diverse business environments and take on leadership roles. It also fosters an entrepreneurial mindset and encourages innovation.

The MBA curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including core business disciplines such as finance, marketing, operations management, human resources, strategy, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior. It combines theoretical concepts with practical applications, case studies, group projects, and experiential learning opportunities to develop well-rounded professionals with a holistic understanding of business.

Students learn how to analyze business environments, formulate strategies, assess risks, and make informed decisions to achieve competitive advantage and sustainable growth. Students explore international business practices, cross-cultural management, global supply chain management, and emerging market trends to prepare for global business opportunities and challenges.

Admission Criteria

Prospective students who submit a complete application (Refer to Required Documents) will be screened and approved for admission by Franklin University Academic Committee.

Grade Point Average

  • Fully admitted student with an earned bachelor’s degree GPA of 2.75 and above.
  • Conditionally admitted student with an earned bachelor’s degree GPA between 2.5 to 2.74.
  • Conditionally admitted student with an earned bachelor’s degree GPA between 2.0 to 2.49 need to successfully complete a certificate in “Advanced Management Skills” with an average grade of B.

Required Documents

Student’s documents and credentials will be pre-screened by Modern College of Business and Science and sent to the Office of International Students & Programs (OISP) at Franklin University for final admissions decisions.
When admitted into the Franklin University MBA program you become a Franklin University student with the same rights and obligations as Franklin’s students taking courses in all other locations.


  1. High School Transcript in original.
  2. Bachelor’s Degree Transcript in original.
    • Official Transcripts must have relevant ministry stamps.
    • Transcripts of transferred courses must be handed in.
    •  MOHE validation Letter must be handed in for those who have studied in a foreign country.
  1. Bachelor’s Degree Certificate in original.
  2. National Identification Document and Passport (copy).
  3. Curriculum Vitae
    • Include contact details of three academic or professional references.
  4. 2 passport size photographs.
  5. English Language Proficiency Score Card.
  6. Application and MOHE Forms (to be issued by MBA Office).
Program Structure

General MBA

Course CodeCourse Name
MGMT 707MBA Foundation
MGMT 711Business Environment
ECON 723Managerial Economics
HRM 713Human Resource Management
MBA 727International Business Management
MKTG 721Marketing Management
ACCT 729Financial and Managerial Accounting
OSCM 731Operations and Project Management
FINA 737Corporate Finance
MGMT 741Strategic Management

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the MBA program have diverse career opportunities in various industries and sectors. They are prepared for leadership roles and positions requiring strategic decision-making and a strong understanding of business dynamics. Possible career paths include:

  1. Business Manager/Executive
  2. Marketing Manager/Strategist
  3. Financial Analyst/Manager
  4. Operations Manager/Consultant
  5. Entrepreneur/Startup Founder
  6. Management Consultant
  7. Business Development Manager
  8. Strategic Planner
  9. Human Resources Manager
  10. Project Manager
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English Proficiency

Prospective applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency. The requirement is met through any of the following:

The applicant has earned appropriate scores on language proficiency exams taken within the last two years.

A minimum overall score in addition to exam subsection scores of:

  • TOEFL 79 (internet-based), or 550 (paper-based). Reading: 20/30 and Writing: 20/30
  • IELTS: (Academic) score band of minimum 6.0

Department Contact

Contact Program Chair

Masood Khan for more information.