This distance education based dual MBA program is designed to meet the needs of working professionals who choose to continue their Life as Long Learning. All management disciplines are explored in depth, and fully integrated in project-based courses. These courses enable students to apply at many disciplines in different Organizational settings. The sequence of the program also follows three progressive phases of a typical management career. And by the end of the program you will have accumulated a full range of personal, functional and Organizational competencies that will enable you to manage a competitive organization as a whole, even in the most critical situations.
Principles of Management
Basic principles of management like; division of work, authority, discipline, centralization or decentralization, equity, etc.
capital expenditure projects, discounted cash flow techniques and it's application, negotiating term loans proposals with banks, merchant banking, underwriting of securities, internal funds as a source of finance etc.
Analyzing the behaviors and motivations of people in businesses and other organizations through the study of Organizational psychology, the sociology of organizations, employee relations, leadership styles, power etc.
Value & trade demand & costs, pricing in mass markets, strategic thinking and incentives, economic decision-Making, determinants of value in trade etc.
Analyze and assess the external environment, to develop an internal assessment or capability matrix, strategy formulation, strategy choice and strategy implementation.
valuation of real and financial assets, risk management and financial derivatives, the trade-off between risk and expected return, and corporate financing and dividend policy.
Human Resource Management
Recruiting personnel and their training, salary administration, handling union management relations etc
Policy, marketing, economics, finance, information systems, human resources and behavioral sciences and operations.
Production & Operations Management
Introduction and overview, types and transformation Processes, developing an operations strategy, managing the supply chain, managing demand and capacity, innovation, quality, strategy etc.
Management Information Systems
Computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Information systems, decision support systems, technology management and system implementation.
Computer Application in Management
In this subject you will learn to apply the theories and principles of IT world in the world of Management.