MBA in marketing is the most opted program because of its fine relevance with the organizational survival, profit, and growth. One can do MBA in marketing after the completion of UG degree in diverse fields, viz. Management, Arts, Commerce, Science, and Engineering. With the global economy opening up, this specialisation teaches students the core principles of winning profitably in extremely competitive markets. Our MBA in Marketing includes learning in:
Human Resource is a fast-growing field in today’s world and offers many lucrative opportunities. HR professionals are hired to deal with business functions pertaining to employees. This career also involves different specialist roles, like employer branding, change management and HR business partners.
Human Resource are the heart of a company. It plays a very important role in day to day business e.g. hiring right talent for the organization, take care of your employees in the best possible way, policy making, appraisals, employee engagement all give you great satisfaction and keep you in high spirits, use their training and education to scout out suitable candidates for the benefits of organizations. They apply various methods in retaining talented candidates and modify companies’ rules and policies. Apart from handling administrative duties, they are also responsible for hiring, training, and retaining the best employees and looking after the complex employment and welfare laws. It gives a chance to meet different people, value and respect apart from handsome money, if you have good work exposure and experience.
Human Resource are the building blocks on which the company's performance & productivity is based.After choosing HR specialization students may get the following:
By the Learning during an MBA in IT programme can be merged with variety of careers that require managing IT specialists. However, some more specializations that also be closed to MBA in IT, or available as specific area with in IT. Here are some examples:
An MBA in IT attracts to combine two wide areas and focuses more on the business and management side of the IT field and also this course will be 80-100% based on management skills. For the most part, the skills learned within an IT specialization are almost identical to the skills learned in any other MBA specialization; Management in IT courses focus on industry specific subjects, such as supply chain management, entrepreneurship in technology, technology concepts, data modelling.
The ‘Operations Management’ is the most sought after specialisation because it provides high career opportunities in the global corporate world. If you’re looking to climb the corporate ladder you should note that, most Chief Operations Officer (COOs) has an MBA or a Ph.D. to their name. Lack of these degrees will make it difficult for the individuals to rise at the top level. The curriculum of Operations Management Specialisation ensures comprehensive development of our Management Student as a Management Professional.M.B.A. – Operations Management include learning in:
Finance is one of the most sought after specialization of MBA. A big community of students is attracting with this specialization. Finance as a subject involves the management, control and review of the collection, investment and resources of money as a capital required for an industrial building, plant and working. Finance is the study of economic decisions involving time and uncertainty. Understanding outcomes as a consequence of competitive interactions of decision makers is central to this field. Many key insights into modern finance such as market efficiency, asset pricing, market trading and option pricing rely on the forces of competition to realize predictions about prices and other financial outcomes. Creating a rigorous market atmosphere in the classroom and providing students with an opportunity to experience and understand the intuition required to achieve equilibrium outcomes and optimum decision rules in financial markets is a challenge for teachers.
The importance of international business is greater than ever as companies around the world become better connected. China, Japan and India's economies are among the world's top ten (second, third and sixth, respectively), reflecting the fact that the majority of gross domestic product (GDP) is now generated outside of the USA and Europe. This trend is set to continue in the future, with Indonesia, Brazil, Russia and Mexico expected to join the top ten by 2050.
Understanding international business operations is increasingly important for today's business graduates, and this is where this postgraduate course becomes useful.
International business specialization gives students an understanding of the different business management practices found all over the world, and prepare them for graduate careers working abroad or in organizations that are engaged in business on a global scale.
In this dynamic global business and economic environment, studying business from an international perspective is important for students who are ambitious to work across international boundaries and cultures.
In a nutshell, students need to develop a global perspective in order to be successful in business. Studying international business allows them to see how globalization has brought about an increasing 'connectedness' of businesses, markets, people and information across countries.
Working across cultures &countries is a necessity for most firms today. Hence, there is a growing need for business and management students with an international acumen, who are capable of operating effectively in a globalized world.