Masters of Sciences in Energy Economics, Environment and Policy  is intended for postgraduate, that will be offered to two different groups. Group I: Full-Time Students: The Time length for Group I will be of 2 years, comprising three semesters and 3 months of Dissertation writing. Group II: Part-Time Students: Students will be given between 2 to 3 years to complete the degree allowing them to choose their own work load with a minimum of three courses in the first semester and two onwards. They will also be allowed a time period of 3-6 months for the completion of their dissertations (though strict compliance with initial deadline submitted by them will be enforced)

MSc ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH 16 YEARS EDUCATION is geared towards professionals who wish for a better understanding of the organization they work for. It is concerned with the social and psychological processes operating in organizations, and how these processes relate to organizational systems and structures. This two-year weekend program requires successful completion of 72 credit hours of course work, including 23 courses plus a research project of 3 credit hours each spread over six semesters. Students are expected to maintain a CGPA of 3.0 and successful completion of research project for the conferment of the degree. This program combines study in psychology with courses in human resource management, workplace relations, leadership and team dynamics, and management strategy. Students can take a minimum load of 6 credit hours (two courses) or maximum of 12 credit hours (four courses) in each of the 3 semesters (Fall, Spring and Summer).

MSc ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH 14 YEARS EDUCATION The program is intended for professionals looking for a better understanding of the organization they work for. It is concerned with the social and psychological processes operating in organizations, and how these processes relate to organizational systems and structures. This two-year weekend program requires successful completion of 72 credit hours of course work, including 23 courses plus a research project of 3 credit hours each spread over six semesters. Students are expected to maintain a CGPA of 3.0 and successful completion of research project for the conferment of the degree. This program combines study in psychology with courses in human resource management, workplace relations, leadership and team dynamics, and management strategy. Students can take a minimum load of 6 credit hours (two courses) or maximum of 12 credit hours (four courses) in each of the 3 semesters (Fall, Spring and Summer).

MPHIL IN ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY is designed specifically for the training of professional industrial-organizational psychologists. Students will receive comprehensive training in utilizing psychological knowledge for improving organizational effectiveness and employee satisfaction.

MPHIL IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT has been designed to equip the participants with essential knowledge and skills to lead organizational change and development. MPhil in Educational Leadership and Management (ELM) will be of interest to those in education related settings who carry or aspire to reach senior and middle leadership and management positions. This program aims to integrate practical knowledge, theories, and state-of the-art research by providing an opportunity to the participants to develop specialized research skills for professional investigation in the substantive areas of educational leadership and management.

MS ECONOMICS is proposed for students with 16 years of education as well as for in-house BS Economics and Finance students of IoBM and those with equivalent qualifications. The students enrolled will complete one year of coursework for 24 credit hours and six credit hours of thesis writing.

MS IN EDUCATION is specially designed for teachers of all levels in private and public sector institutions as well as administrators who have an interest in research. This is a two-year degree program completed by advanced coursework and research. Candidates can enroll for a minimum of two years and a maximum of four years. Coursework is offered in the first year while the second year of candidature is devoted to thesis writing. At the end of the first year, candidates are required to produce extended research proposals (approximately 2500-3000 words). Upon acceptance of a research proposal, candidates are guided to conduct research and are finally examined on the basis of defense of a thesis of an upper limit of 15000-20000 words.