The Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme is a two-year programme of study extending over four Semesters and comprising 19 courses and a project, each of four credits. One credit would normally involve sixteen hours of lectures or equivalent, per semester. To become eligible for the award of the degree students need to earn a total of eighty credits.
The first year of the programme is devoted to build a strong conceptual foundation and relevant skills in economics, accounting, quantitative techniques, organisational behaviour and the functional areas of management. Students are also introduced to the legal aspects of business and research methods.
The second year of the programme is devoted to elective courses from the students’ chosen area of specialisation. A dual specialization requires students to choose four electives from any two areas. At present the school offers specialization the following five areas
MBA (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)
MBA (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS)
MBA (BUSINESS ANALYTICS)
MBA (Safety Management)
MBA (Logistics Management)