Admission Open - 2017-18

School of Management

International Business

Programe Overview

This programme, a unique two-year course, is a comprehensive study of management topics, from an international perspective. Armed with a strong focus on conceptual knowledge, inherent skills and domain expertise envisaged of managers in both private and public sectors internationally, this programme assists students to analyse the core management techniques, as approached from different perspectives so as to understand their application on the global scale.

KEY FEATURES

  • Dynamic industry-integrated course structure and curriculum
  • Contemporary, relevant and progressive pedagogy and curriculum compatible with global requirements.
  • Reinforced teaching-learning practices that focus on: experiential approach to knowledge transfer, case study and brain storming sessions on academic subjects.
  • Focused co-curricular development through seminar series, guest lectures from eminent personalities, skill enhancement programmes [SEP] and soft skill development.
  • Extra-curricular activities like industrial visits, literary clubs, social outreach, management clubs and newsletter editorials.
  • A finishing school approach to overall development of the student.

INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE [IP]

  • Monitored internship of 2 months, post first year, reinforced with a 4-month stipendiary industrial internship
  • Envisages guest lectures on emerging aspects of business and industry.
  • Under the aegis of the industry-interface programme, management development programmes, executive development programmes, panel discussions driven by industry doyens and the academic stalwarts will be conducted to make students industry-worthy.
  • Industrial practice is a pre-placement exercise aimed at providing the students with a hands-on experience, making them industry ready.

Programe Structure

SEMESTER 1
Sl. No. Course Title
1 Management 360
2 Economic Analysis
3 Communication for Managers
4 Accounting for Managers
5 Laws Related To Business
6 International Business environment
7 IT for Managers
8 Human Resources Management
9 Foreign language I
SEMESTER 2
 Sl. No. Course Title
1 Electives I
2 Electives II
3 Electives III
4 Electives IV
5 Electives V
6 Electives VI
7 Business Strategy
8 Operations Research
SEMESTER 3
 Sl. No. Course Title
1 Electives I
2 Electives II
3 Electives III
4 Electives IV
5 Electives V
6 Electives VI
7 Business Strategy
8 Operations Research
SECTION 4
Sl. No.  Course Title
1 Electives VII
2 Electives VII
3 Industry Practice 2 or Dissertation
ELECTIVES
1 Export Import Management
2 Culture and International Business/ Cross Cultural Management and Management of Multinational Companies
3 International Trade Documentation and Logistics
4 Outsourcing Strategies
5 Corporate Restructuring, Mergers and Acquisitions and International Business
6 International Trade Risk Management
7 Sources of Global Trade Data and its Analysis and International Marketing Research
8 Environment and Safety Management
9 Business Etiquette and Protocol
10 Advanced topics in Multinational finance
11 International Finance and Forex Management
12 Advanced Topics in International Management
13 International Marketing Cases and current Issues
14 Global Logistics and   Supply Chain Management
15 WTO and its impact on International Business
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