If a student needs to complete a course that has become obsolete, the student may be given another course as a substitute. The substitute courses are specified in a course replacement matrix approved by the Academic Board and available with the program office. The substitute course should be either of the same level or higher in academic scale. Also the subject should be relevant and have the approval of the program director, or the department chair.

An MBA student can take MS courses and vice versa if the code level is the same.

Source: Minutes of the 52nd Meeting of the Academic Board of IBA, Item 5
Minutes of the 57th Meeting of the Academic Board of IBA, Item 1.1
Keywords: course substitution, obsolete courses,