The students who earn the MBA degree will be able to:
1. Effectively utilize various human relation skills including leadership; oral and written communication; teamwork and collaboration.
2. Demonstrate competence in applying the tools and techniques of business management, drawing on a broad-based knowledge of the major functions like accounting, economics, finance, information systems, marketing, strategy and management to solve complex business problems and make sound business decisions.
3. Use qualitative and quantitative methods and analytic tools to diagnose business challenges, identify and analyze alternatives in a business context and leverage technology and analytic reasoning to cultivate new ways to successfully recognize, mitigate and solve problems.
4. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the internal structures and operations of businesses ranging in size from small to multinational.
5. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of how the interplay between business and various external forces, both domestic and international, e.g., regulatory, competitive, environmental and non-governmental interest groups shape management decisions strategies and outcomes.
6. Think critically and creatively in seeking solutions to practical and theoretical problems by using developed skills to evaluate information, solve problems, and make sound decisions.
7. Recognize legal and ethical problems that arise in the domestic and international environment and choose and defend solutions.
8. Recognize and reconcile cultural differences when solving complex business problems.
9. Identify, articulate and disseminate core organizational values, evaluate the ethical, global and social issues of various business options for all stakeholder groups and demonstrate the ability to propose feasible solutions
The recommended broad contents of the MBA program are provided in Table-1. The first column mentions the functional areas to be covered. The second column mentions minimum credit hours to be covered in each area. The third and fourth columns provide the suggested, not mandatory, titles for the courses.
|Functional Area||Minimum cr. hrs||Year 1 Undergrad Courses||Year 2 Graduate Courses|
|1-Finance||6||Financial Management||Strategic Finance|
|2-Marketing||6||Marketing Management||Strategic Marketing|
|3-Accounting||6||Financial Accounting||Financial Reporting and Analysis|
|4-Management||6||Human Resource management||Strategic Management|
|5-Economics||6||Business Economics||Managerial Economics|
|6-Quantitative Techniques||6||Business Math||Business Statistics|
|7-Research Methodology||3||Business Research Methods|
|8-Elective /Specialisation||21||Change Management (Elective)||12 cr. hrs Elective /Specialisation courses. (It may include Project/Thesis up to 6 cr. Hrs)|
Semester-Wise Breakup For MBA
Following is a suggested semester-wise breakup.
|1ST SEMESTER||3RD SEMESTER|
|1||BUSINESS ECONOMICS||1||FINANCIAL REPORTING AND ANALYSIS|
|2||BUSINESS MATHS AND STATS||2||STRATEGIC MARKETING|
|3||FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||3||STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT|
|4||MARKETING MANAGEMENT||4||OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT|
|5||THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT||SUMMER|
|2ND SEMESTER||1||ELECTIVE 1|
|1||FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT||2||ELECTIVE 2|
|3||BUSINESS LAW||1||STRATEGIC FINANCE|
|4||BUSINESS COMMUNICATION||2||LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR|
|5||BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS||3||ELECTIVE 3|
Note: As per quality assurance standards maximum course load at graduate level can be 12 credit hours per semester and 6 credit hours in summer.