The Master in Business Administration (MBA) program is a postgraduate degree taken to gain an advantage in the professional career, whether in a private, industrial, or government organization.
Unlike undergraduate programs, this course centers on more advanced concepts and principles in the field of business and commerce and the duration is for One (1) year.
The curriculum is designed to equip students with the skills that will make them qualified and competent in higher-level management positions. It centers on the current management techniques, functional areas in the field of business, relevant concepts in economics, applied mathematics, statistics, and behavioral science, and their practical applications. The Master in Business Administration program does not merely teach students about theories and applications of business concepts, processes, tools, and techniques, but also teaches students about managerial tools and right decision making processes in business.
The Master in Business Administration (M.B.A.) program aims to prepare the student for top executive positions in business and industry by
(1) providing him with the conceptual tools used in business and industrial management;
(2) training him in the application of techniques for analysis and decision-making, and
(3) training him in the application of principles of leadership in business and industry.
There are two kinds of MBA; Thesis and Non-thesis program.
Major difference between both is that if you intend to take up your PhD in future you will need the Thesis program.
Some of the subject taught in this program are:
The Master in Business Administration program is taught through classroom-based frontal instructions, workshops, seminars, and organized talks. Additionally, students engage in focused group discussions, business games, simulations and role-playing, debates, field research activities, and written requirements (case studies, business research papers, and theses) are mandatory to be submitted.