Master of Business Administration

Introduction

A MBA degree provides the academic fundamentals and aim to provide thorough orientation to the core disciplines of business management.

These include the "hard skills" of economics, finance, marketing, operations, management, and accounting, as well as the "soft skills" of leadership, teamwork, ethics, and communication that are critical for effective management.

Duration : 2 Years/4 Semesters

Eligibility : Graduates in any discipline.

Course Structure

First two Semester subjects are common to all specilizations

Semester I
Financial Accounting Management
Business Communication
Managerial Economics
Managerial Practices and Organisational Behavior (MP & OB)
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Statistics
Semester II
Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Operations Management
Operations Research
Project Management

Specilizations

IT Management

Semester III
Research Methodology
Legal Aspects of Business
Software Engineering
Database Management Systems (DBMS)
Computer Networks and Tools
Business Intelligence Tools
Semester IV
Strategic Management and Business Policy
International Business Management
Enterprise Resource and Planning
e-Commerce and Web Design
Technology Management
e-CRM and Supply Chain Management

Finance Management

Semester III
Enterprise Resource and Planning
Legal Aspects of Business
Management of Quality
Managerial Finance
Risk management
Financial Institutions and Banking
Semester IV
Capital Markets
Corporate Tax Planning
Financial Reporting and Accounting
International Economy and Finance
Financial System and Auditing
Principles and Practices of Management

Human Resource Management

Semester III
Enterprise Resource and Planning
Leadership and Team Management
Legal Framework and Business
Entrepreneurship
Human Resource Planning
Strategic Management and Business policy
Semester IV
Enrichment - Training and Development
Wages and Salary Administration
International Business Management
Labour Laws
Recruitment, Selection and Retention
Strategic Human Resource

Marketing Management

Semester III
Enterprise Resource and Planning
Entrepreneurship
Legal Aspects of Business
Management of Quality
Managing e-business
Production Planning and Control
Semester IV
Advertisement and Sales Promotion
Capital Markets
Industrial Marketing
International Marketing
Principles and Practices of Management
Product and Brand Management

Operations Management

Semester III
Research Methodology
Legal Aspects of Business
Production Planning and Control
Total Quality Management
Entrepreneurship
Purchase and Material Management
Semester IV
Strategic Management and Business Policy
International Business Management
Inventory Management
Consumer Behaviour
Just-in Time and Lean
Technology Management