Study plan for the Postgraduate Programs

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Date: May 06, 2015.
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1. Introduction
A part of the study plan for the Postgraduate Programs (EMBA, MBA. And MHRM)
within the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies (PGS) in the College of Business
Administration (COBA) at Al Yamamah University (YU) is the submission of a
Research Project (RP) in the form of a dissertation. The RP is a comprehensive report
embracing technical, quantitative, business, economic, social, and human aspects of
the appropriate study program and their interaction. For the PGS programs, a RP is
defined as “A Research Project submitted in part fulfillment of the requirements for
the award of a EMBA, MBA, or MHRM Degree and shall constitute a piece of
independent research in which knowledge, comprehension, ability to critically
analyze, evaluate and and concepts are demonstrated,
and be submitted in accordance with the appropriate course regulations.”
Students at this level are also expected to demonstrate the generic abilities to write in
a clear and accessible language, to adhere to institutional academic practice, and to
sustain a coherent line of argument that is directed towards a topic of interest to their
field of study. The PGS Directorate is responsible in providing suitable guidelines for
the teaching of Research Methodology and the coordination of the supervision of
Research Projects undertaken by the PGS students. The scale of this responsibility
requires the supervisors to be specialized in the field and/or related area and have time
to supervise students adequately.
The roles and responsibilities of the supervisors, the respective departments and
students are clearly stated in the sections below. The performance of students will be
regularly reviewed and reflected upon by means of progress reports. Students should
be prepared to discuss performance matters at progress meetings.
2. Learning Outcomes
The Research Project (RP) guides students through the preparation of business
research projects. It develops researching capabilities, writing abilities and the
planning, structuring and production of a business research project. At the end of the
research work PGS students should be able to:
1. Produce a sound and publishable research work.
2. Correctly apply different research methods and techniques in their areas of
3. Collect, analyze, organize and critically evaluate data.
4. Integrate the use of information technology into the execution of a Research
5. Present the findings of the research work in the form of a written report.
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3. General Rules
The following rules shall apply to all Research Projects carried out by PGS students
(EMBA, MBA, and MHRM):
3.1. RP Students and Supervisors:
First, Eligible student for Research Project can enroll in the research project course
only in the final semester of their study plan. Second, the PGS Director assigns
academic supervisors for RP students in coordination with the College Dean and the
BBA Department Heads. RP teams vary between 1 student (individual work on RP)
and 4 students.
3.2. Submission
Eligible students must enroll themselves in the research project during registration
period in the beginning of each semester.
Student must normally complete all the project requirements including submission,
presentation, assessment, grading within the same semester in which they enrolled
the research project.
Students shall submit four hard copies of their research projects, one to the PGS
Directorate, one to the supervisor and two copies to the examination panel
committee (two members plus the supervisor). Upon completion of the final
assessment and corrections made to the satisfaction of the supervisor and
examination panel committee, if applicable, the student shall submit revised
copies to the supervisor and examination panel members.
After the completion of the project, the supervisor should submit a written report
to PGS Director assuring the completion of the all research project requirements
and submission, requesting to form an Examination Committee (Panel).
3.3. Important Deadlines
The research proposal of at least 1000 words must be submitted and presented by
the students and approved by the supervisor in two weeks from the start of a
regular semester and one week from the start of summer semester.
Three days will be given as an extension to revise the RP proposal and resubmit it
to the supervisor based on the supervisors guidelines and comments, if any.
Submission of the final written research project reports should be one week before
the last class of the semester and the oral presentation of the project should be
conducted within the last week of classes of each semester.
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3.4. The full Research Project Report must be written in English with an
abstract of as maximum as 500 words in Arabic.
3.5. Extension (s) of Deadline(s) for Submission of RP
In the event that a student is unable to submit the final research project by the
scheduled deadline, s/he shall apply in writing to the supervisor for an extension to
enable him/her finish the project. This application for extension shall be submitted to
supervisor before the day of the official deadline. In applying for an extension for a
deadline, a student shall first, indicate her/his progress in the completion of the
research project; and secondly, outline the circumstances that prevented her/him from
completing her/his work as scheduled. Upon recommendation of a students
supervisor and approval of the PGS Director for extension of deadline to submit the
final Research Project, the supervisor shall also indicate a new deadline for the
completion of the work.
3.6. Assessment of RP
All research projects shall be assessed by the supervisor and the examination panel
which includes two YU faculty members from the College of Business
Administration, preferably, those faculty members who have expertise within the
research arena. A simple average grade between the supervisor and the two members
of the examination panel shall constitute the final mark. The average should entail two
assessment components only; the final written project and the oral presentation.
However, the communication with supervisor part will be decided solely by the
supervisor. The project evaluation forms are enclosed in the appendix section and
they should be adopted by the supervisor and the examination panel in the assessment
of the final project. The following assessment structure should be used when
assessing the research projects by the supervisor and the examination panel:
Criterion Assessment
Supervisors Evaluation: Final Written Project (Based on
Final Project Evaluation Form, Appendix 2),
Communication with the Supervisor, etc.
Committee Evaluation: Oral Presentation (Based on
Presentation Evaluation Form, Appendix 3)
3.7. Format of the Research Report
The format of the research project is shown as in the appendix 1. These format
guidelines should be utilized whenever writing a research project report. Each section
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should be included in any research report that a student write or present. Student
should remember that in each step as s/he develops the report s/he should be building
upon what was already done and making the connections between sections clear to the
3.8. Student Failure to meet the Research Project Requirements:
If it is found that a research projects student is unserious in his efforts to fulfill the
requirements as indicated and assigned by her/his supervisor and the PGS Director, a
warning to the student will be officially issued by PGS Directorate. If the student
receives a second warning but still failing to correct her/his performance, the PGS
Directorate and the College Council give her/him an F Grade in the research project.
4. Plagiarism
Student should be aware that with regard to assignments and other academic work,
plagiarism will not be accepted. In learning we build upon the ideas of others. When
we do not acknowledge the source of these ideas and treat them as own, or when we
copy the thoughts or words of others, we engage in plagiarism. This is dishonest
conduct, and is similar to stealing. Thus, it is important that students develop
appropriate research and referencing skills. Plagiarism, the stealing of ideas from
another, may take a number of forms, for example:
Copying, in whole or in part, from printed or other sources without
Paraphrasing material (stating something in different words) without
acknowledging the source.
Not acknowledging the source of ideas, even when they are put in your own
Copying materials from internet sites or other electronic media without
Copying audio-visual or computer materials without acknowledgement.
Reproducing lecture notes without acknowledgment.
Directly quoting anothers work without acknowledgement.
Submitting work written in whole or in part by another (other than in permitted
circumstances such as a group assignment).
Submitting individual work that has been undertaken collaboratively with others
(unless such collaboration has been authorized).
Submitting statistical information or other facts reported by another without due
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Taking phrases or terms from some source and placing them in your own work
without acknowledgement.
Self-plagiarism – submitting work that has already been submitted in another
course or institution.
Using unpublished materials.
Copying from another students work.
Summarizing another persons work without appropriate referencing.
Cutting and pasting from sources without acknowledgement.
5. Project Supervisors Responsibilities
Project supervision generally can be frustrating as well as rewarding but, used
correctly, it can also produce results well in excess of the amount of staff time
invested in it. At a time when lecturers are stretched, projects supervision can be an
extremely efficient way of keeping up to date in your current field or developing
knowledge in a new area.
Only faculty with PhD degree who has expertise and research experience in the
relevant field of the student’s research issue should be appointed as a research project
supervisor. Supervisors shall take broad interest in the progress of their students
during the period and highlight any academic or personal problems that arise in order
that corrective action/help can be arranged. The following shall in brief constitute the
responsibilities of the supervisor:
a. Report to the Director of PGS all relevant information, updates, and progress of
the RP.
b. Complement the Research Methodology lecturers effort by providing advice and
guidance to potential candidates for the project during the topic selection stage.
c. Arrange meeting (1st meeting) with the student. At this meeting, information
exchange is necessary and the supervisor and the student shall exchange, e-mail
addresses, agree on meeting dates and discuss briefly any other issues that may be
pertinent to the process.
d. Give guidance about the nature of research and the standard expected, about the
planning of the research, the relevant literature and sources and about requisite
techniques and about the problem of plagiarism.
e. Advise the student on the choice of a suitable topic in the relevant discipline of
f. Arrange regular meetings with the student and set aside adequate time to discuss
progress of future work. These meeting must cover the total contact hours of each
project as stated in the following Table, in accordance with the relevant study
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Program No. of Credit
Total No. of Contact
Hours per Semester
No. of Contact Hours
per Week
EMBA 2 30 2 Hours * 15 Weeks
MBA 3 45 3 Hours * 15 Weeks
MHRM 3 45 3 Hours * 15 Weeks
g. Be accessible to give advice at regular times.
h. Provide the student with a letter of introduction if the student should visit other
organizations for information especially to conduct interviews.
i. Give detailed advice on the necessary completion dates of successive stages of the
work in order to ensure that the project is submitted within the time allowed as
stipulated in the regulations.
j. Request from the student written work as appropriate and return such work with
constructive comments in a reasonable time.
k. Warn the student of inadequate progress or of standards of work below what is
generally expected.
l. Discuss work accomplished with the student and to revise the research objectives
as the work proceeds in the light of progress made and other external factors (such
as unexpected discoveries and newly published findings of other researchers).
m. Invite feedback from the students on their supervision.
n. Be accessible to students at other appropriate times when they may need advice on
issues pertaining to their Research Projects.
o. Inform students of when you will be away for any extended period of time so they
may plan accordingly.
p. Give detailed advice on the necessary completion dates of successive stages of the
work so that the whole project may be submitted within the scheduled time.
q. To fill in the progress report every two weeks, Appendix 4.
6. Student/Researchers Responsibilities
The students shall be reminded that they have the sole responsibility during the
duration of the project and should note that they are responsible for their work and
that the role of the supervisor is to provide guidance and advice. The students roles
shall include the following:
a. To agree with the supervisor the type of guidelines and form of comments found
most helpful.
b. To agree with the supervisor a suitable topic for the Research Project and to
proceed to work on the topic.
c. To discuss with the supervisor the type of guidance and comment he or she finds
most helpful and agree on a schedule of meetings and to attend such meetings.
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d. To produce written work in accordance with the agreed schedule agreed with the
supervisor to allow time for comments and discussion before proceeding to the
next stage of the research project.
e. To take initiative in raising problems or difficulties, however elementary they may
f. To discuss with the supervisor the preparation of the project and to decide, taking
due account of the advice from the supervisor, when it is ready for submission.
g. To submit the Research Project by the scheduled deadline as stipulated in the
h. To type the project on A4 paper with font size 12 in Times New Roman and
double spaced. The number of pages shall be a minimum of 25 and no maximum
restriction required. (This excludes appendixes and other attachments).
i. To number and justify all pages.
j. To start every chapter on a new page.
k. To write the project with the researchers own point of view clearly evident in the
discussion of the team and the project as a whole.
l. To use English language effectively and present information clearly, precisely,
logically and unambiguously.
m. The student has no right to select or change the supervisor once allocated without
a written statement to the PGS Director outlining the reasons for the
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Appendices: Relevant Forms
The following forms shall be made available to all student researchers, examiners and
Format of the Research Report. (Appendix 1)
Final Project Evaluation Form. (Appendix 2)
Oral Presentation Evaluation Form. (Appendix 3)
Student Progress Report. (Appendix 4)
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Title Page:
The title page should include the title of the report along with the name(s) of the client
or organization for whom the report is written. Also included on the title page should
be the name(s) of the author(s) of the report along with all pertinent information about
Table of Contents:
The table of contents lists the information contained in the report in the order in which
it will be found. All major topics of interest should be listed.
Executive Summary:
The executive summary should be a one to two page overview of the information
contained in the research report. It should give the reader an easy reference, in very
brief form, to the important information contained in the report and explained in more
detail in the body of the report. People attending a presentation of research or reading
the report will use this section as a reference during presentations and as an outline of
the research done.
1. Introduction:
The introduction should include a brief overview of the problem being addressed and
the background information needed for the reader to understand the work being done
and the reasoning behind it. After reading the introduction, the reader should know
exactly what the report is about, why the research was conducted, and how this
research adds to the knowledge that the reader may have about the topic (theoretical
and practical significance of the study).
2. Research Purpose or Problem:
In this section the research main purpose, issue or problem should be clearly
3. Research Questions and Objectives:
The research main and sub-questions should be highlighted in this section as well as
the research objectives.
4. Relevant Literature Review
This section should explain the research main framework and scope. The research
hypotheses or hypothetical model (for quantitative research) and the research
conceptual model (for qualitative research) should be developed as a result of the
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literature survey at the end of the this section The fowling are the guideline relates to
how to write and structure the literature review section:
Begin the literature review by describing the current research relevant to your
research topic. The literature review usually starts general and gradually
progresses into published research most related to your specific project’s scope
and emphasis.
Illustrate the general themes in the research related to your topic. Also be sure to
note any gaps in the published research, particularly if your project addresses the
gaps or shortcomings.
Specify the particular hypotheses (for quantitative research) or questions (for
qualitative research) your project is focusing on. The literature review should
move from what is currently published and known about the topic to what your
project is going to add to the topic.
Incorporate why your particular project’s focus is important and how it differs
from previous research on the topic.
Revise and rewrite several times. This section of the project should take at least as
long as the remaining sections of the paper combined. Undertake academic proofreading and edit the paper.
5. Research Methodology
The research method section should noticeably address how the data will be collected
and analyzed. In this section you need to:
A. Describe the data collection techniques.
B. Describe the research protocol (type of data to be collected, how will be collected,
by whom, when, and where).
C. Explain how measurements were made and what calculations were performed.
D. Stating which statistical tests were done to analyze the data.
The details that should be incorporated in this section about each selected research
method are provided in the subsequent sub-sections.
5.1 Secondary Research:
This section will contain all of the information that was collected through review of
existing information. The importance of the secondary information as it pertains to the
problem being researched must be made clear to the reader. Conclusions should be
drawn in a logical fashion and insight into how these conclusions will be used
throughout the rest of the research agenda should be provided.
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5.2 Qualitative Research:
This section should contain all information regarding any interviews or focus groups
that were conducted as part of the research project. This section should begin with an
explanation of why this research is needed or beneficial. Other information provided
should include:
An overview of the issues that were included in this research
Why these issues were salient
How the discussion guide was developed
A description (not identification) of the participants
Discussion of the information collected (using quotes to highlight important
Conclusions based on the collected information
Clear explanation of how the conclusions are based on the research done
How these conclusions will contribute to the rest of the research project
5.3 Experimentation:
There are many things that must be considered on order for an experiment to be a
useful part of any research agenda. Once again, the discussion should begin with why
this research is deemed to be important to the overall research agenda being followed.
The following topics must be included if an experiment was used:
Identification and description of the variables included in the experiment
Clear statement of the hypothesized relationships between or among the variables
Explanation of how the variables were measured
Discussion of reliability and validity of the measurements
Clear explanation of the treatment being used
Conditions under which the experiment was conducted
Description (not identification) of the subjects
Description of data collection
Analysis of data, including details of procedures used and statistical significance
Conclusions clearly based on data analysis
How these conclusions will contribute to the rest of the research project
5.4 Observation:
If observation was a part of the research project, you will need to explain several
things to the reader or attendee at your presentation starting with why this method is
appropriate for your research goals. In addition, the following topics should all be part
of the final report:
Explanation of why observation was appropriate
Location and conditions under which observation was conducted
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Description of the population observed
The recording methods used
Methods used to interpret observed behaviors
Conclusions drawn from observation
Explanation of bases for those conclusions
How these conclusions will contribute to the rest of the research project
5.5 Quantitative Research:
This is the section that should be structure all of the other issues that were identified
in the research steps that were conducted previously. The connections to the issues
and constructs identified earlier should be made again here so that they reader can
easily see the foundations that are being used. Many issues will have to be addressed
in this section regarding how the survey was developed and how it was administered.
Topics discussed in this section should include:
Identification of all issues included on the questionnaire survey.
Explanation of the importance of the selected issues to project.
Development of the questionnaire questions and wording.
Sources of survey questions (existing scales or newly created).
Description of population of interest.
Explanation of target population appropriateness.
Determination of sample size needed.
Sampling procedures (random or convenience).
Determination of the sample population.
Method of survey distribution.
6. Data Analysis:
In this section, the reader should find a brief overview of the methods that were
utilized in the research, the reasons that those methods were appropriate for the
research problem, an explanation of how the outcomes for those methods can be
understood and interpreted. It is important to remember that the people reading your
report or listening to your presentation may not be familiar with the analysis methods
being used. You must present the methods in such a way that anyone interested in
your research will be able to understand what was done and why it was done. This
section should comprise the following items:
Overview of analysis methods used.
Justification for methods chosen.
Outcomes of analysis.
Significance of results (statistical and otherwise).
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7. Research Findings or Results:
The findings are the actual results of your research. Your findings should consist of a
detailed presentation of your interpretation of the statistics found relating to the study
itself and analysis of the resulting data collection. The sensible use of figures, tables
and graphs is encouraged when it is helpful to allow the reader to more easily
understand the work being presented. The findings section should include the
Findings based only on results of the research not speculation.
In-depth explanation of all major findings.
Clear presentation of support for the findings.
8. Research Limitations:
Recognize that even the best marketing research work is not perfect and open to
questioning. In this section, briefly discuss the factors that may have influenced your
findings but were outside of your control. Some of the limitations may be time
constraints, budget constraints, market changes, certain procedural errors, and other
events. Admit that your research is not perfect but discuss the degree of accuracy with
which your results can be accepted. In this section, suggestions can be offered to
correct these limitations in future research.
9. Conclusions, Implications and Recommendations:
Conclusions are broad generalizations that focus on addressing the research questions
for which the project was conducted. Implications for business managers and policymakers should be addressed. Recommendations are your choices for strategies or
tactics based on the conclusions that you have drawn. Quite often authors are tempted
to speculate on outcomes that cannot be supported by the research findings. Do not
draw any conclusions or make any recommendations that your research cannot clearly
10. References:
This section should be a listing of all existing information sources used in the research
project. It is important to allow the reader to see all of the sources used and enable
the reader to further explore those sources to verify the information presented.
11. Appendices:
This section should include all supporting information from the research project that
was not included in the body of the report. You should include surveys, complex
statistical calculations, certain detailed tables and other such information in an
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Student Name:
Student YU ID Number: ..
Name of Supervisor: ..
1.Background & Statement of the Problem
-Research problem or purpose clearly identified
and stated
-Significance of the study
2. Research objectives or questions
– Clear and feasible objectives
– In line with the research plan
3. Literature Review
-Relevant to the research problem and issues.
-Theoretical framework
4. Research Methodology
-Data collection methods and strategies
-Tools and appropriateness of data analysis
5. Findings, Discussions and Analysis of Data
-Clarity of discussion and presentation
-Relevant recommendations/policy implications
6. Academic writing
– Spelling, Punctuation, Sentence structure,
grammar, etc.
7. Referencing
– In-text citation
– Reference list citation
Overall grade 100%
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Student Name:
Student YU ID: ..
Name of Examiner: ….
Opening Clarifies the importance of the subject to
audience and gets their attention.
Overview Previews main points of the
presentation, including purpose.
Organization Body is clearly divided into main points.
Support Each main point is well supported with
facts, anecdotes, or other evidence that is
both sufficient and necessary.
Shows preparation, maintains interest,
reinforces main points and manages the
Visual aids Well-designed for readability and
interest; each supports a major topic and
is labeled appropriately.
Closing Reinforces main points to the audience
Preparation Presentation content has been carefully
organized, the visual aids are well done,
and the delivery leaves you with a clear
understanding of the topic.
100% Overall grade for the presentation
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1. Student name and YU ID Number: ……………….
2. PGS Program: ..…………………
3. Commencement Date: ………..
4. Estimated completion time: …
5. Research Project Title: ………….
6. Supervisor: ……………
7. Please circle below your assessment of English language ability of the student:
a) Spoken: poor fair Good
b) Written: poor fair Good
8. Please describe the student’s progress by circling the appropriate phrase below:
Very good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
9. If you have circled either satisfactory”, or “unsatisfactory”, please comment and
indicate what remedial action you recommend to address the problem. (If
necessary, use additional sheet of paper).

10. If progress has been less than satisfactory, please give date of next review (it is
recommended that this takes place soonest)
11. Indicate action plan you propose for the student as soon as possible.
Signature of Student
Signature of Supervisor
Please ensure that the student receives a copy of this report

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