Traditionally, students of management had functional options like finance, marketing, human resource management etc. but times have changed. Today, many new areas of studies have been developed, for instance: entrepreneurship, family businesses, agri-business etc. To cater to these growing areas, we are currently offering specializations in:
- Court Management
- Corporate Governance
- Innovation & Sustainability Management
- Financial Services and Capital Markets.
- Business Regulations
- Marketing Management
- Human Resource Management
The MBA program consists of core course credits and elective course credits. A course can be of one, two, three and four credits. The total credits offered during the program are 130. One credit is equivalent to ten and half hours of teaching/contact sessions. The M.B.A. program covers thirty-five teaching courses including one seminar course and a Master’s level dissertation. As part of the program, every student undergoes three (one mandatory and two optional) internships to help them understand the application of the theory learned in the class and real life challenges to these applications.