MBA in Business Management

Master concepts to broaden and deepen core management concepts and business thinking models

Program Features

Program Structure



  • The AICTE-approved program (Imparted in ODL Mode) will prepare you to identify unstructured problems and implement innovative solutions.
  • Based on Harvard business publishing education pre-program modules, learn the concepts of business.
  • Choose from five specialization tracks: Marketing, Leadership and Strategy, Operations & Supply Chain, Digital Marketing, and Applied Finance. Dual specializations are available in these specializations.
  • Acquire an end-to-end view of the enterprise, cross-functional skills, and a deep understanding of the selected functional area.
  • Creating value and competitive advantage by leveraging knowledge across multiple functional domains through strategic thinking, design, and implementation.
  • You will be able to synthesize & apply concepts and techniques through the Capstone Business Simulation Project in Term 


  • Understanding accounting, finance, economics, operations, information systems, marketing, and strategic management concepts effectively.
  • Diagnose and solve complex business problems using knowledge and concepts from different functional areas.
  • Build and solve the challenges of today's business environment successfully.
  • Participate in strategic decision-making at an organization and boost your career.
  • Utilize continuous assessment, case studies, and projects to learn the latest management theories and practices.
  • Connect with like-minded professionals and successfully expand your professional network.
  • Harvard Business Publishing Education Foundation course with certification
  • Ensure that your self-learning objectives align with the courses offered in business education.
  • Upon successful completion of a module, you will receive a certificate from Harvard Business Publishing Education.
  • With one-year free validity, you can access these modules directly from your student portal.
  • In preparation for the online campus, the Foundation Module helps develop the necessary shared business knowledge and terminology.


  • Foundation Module: HBPE
  • Term I and II: Business Management Core Papers (4 courses in each term)
  • Term III: Business Management Core Papers and electives (4 courses: 2 Core + 2 electives)
  • Term IV and V: Electives (5 courses in each term)
  • Term VI: Capstone Project
  • Term VII and Term VIII Industry Experience  or Specialization based project
  • Foundation Module: HBPE

Management Communication

Financial Accounting

Quantitative Methods

Mathematics for Management


Spreadsheet Modeling: Excel 2013

  • Core Courses (Term I/II/III)

Financial Accounting: Information for Decisions

Managerial Economics

Information Systems for Managers

Organisational Behaviour

Marketing Management

Business Communication

Corporate Finance

Business Statistics for Decision Makers

Operations Management

Strategic Management

  • Marketing (Term III/IV/V)

Strategic Brand Management

Consumer Behaviour

Customer Relationship Management

Marketing and Web Social Media Analytics

Marketing in a digital world

Integrated Marketing Communication

Crafting and Providing Marketing Services

Sales Management

Marketing Research

  • Leadership and Strategy (Term III/IV/V)

Art of Leadership

Strategic HRM : Gaining a Competitive Advantage

Performance Management Strategy

HR Analytics

Managing Organization Change

International Management: Culture

Organisation Theory Structure and Design

Learning and Development

  • Digital Marketing (Term III/IV/V)

Marketing in a digital world

Consumer Behaviour

Marketing and Web Social Media Analytics

Social Media and Content Marketing

Integrated Marketing Communication

Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing

Mobile and Email Marketing

  • Operations and Supply Chain (Term III/IV/V)

Supply Chain Management

Service Operations Management

Supply Chain and Logistics Analytics

Total Quality Management

Procurement Management

Logistics Management

Project Management

  • Applied Finance (Term III/IV/V)

Quantitative Methods: Concepts & Applications

Financial Reporting and Analysis

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management I

Fraud and Risk Analytics

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management II

Financial Engineering: Derivatives

Personal Finance – Turning Money into Wealth

Managerial Accounting: Decision Making and Performance Management


Term VI – Capstone Project


It is the final deliverable of MBA-WX and allows the student to immediately apply the learnings from the program to a simulated business environment.

Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3) from a recognized university with at least 55% and three+ years experience in any discipline.


Graduated from a recognized university with a minimum of 55%, with two or more years' job experience, and a bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university with a minimum of 55%.

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