MM.B.A. programs are structured around core courses (an essentially standard curriculum), typically taken at the start of the MBA, and elective courses that can often allow for a subject specialty or concentration. Thus, often in the program’s first year, students will acquire the analytical tools necessary for the key management functions, as well as a working knowledge of these functions; while in the second year it is common for students to pursue elective courses, which often go towards a specialization.
Full-time students often seek an internship during the interim. The degree culminates with coursework in business strategy. A dissertation or major project is usually a degree requirement, and similarly follows the completion of coursework. Topics in business ethics may be included in the first or second year (or both), with a correspondingly different focus.
For Executive MBAs, the curriculum will be largely similar, but the focus will differ, taking on a macro view, and emphasizing real-world applicability, in contrast with the more fundamental and functional orientation of traditional programs.
EEligibility : The student should be a graduate from a recognized university or college.