INTRODUCTION Entrepreneurship MBA develops key knowledge and skills in the fields of new product/service development, new venture creation and small/family business management. This course prepares for the challenges of growing a business and adapting to business environmental changes. This program provides students with the framework and skills to become entrepreneurial leaders and managers in any organizational setting.
- To equip students with the tools and concepts necessary for careers as entrepreneurs or as investors in entrepreneurial ventures.
- To provide valuable understanding of venture capital, private equity, social entrepreneurship and small businesses.
- Display a critical awareness of contemporary issues which is informed by leading edge research and practice in the field.
- Critically evaluate classical and contemporary approaches to corporate strategy.
- Evaluate both qualitative and quantitative research methods and techniques.
- Business Owners/Executive Directors
- Financial Analyst
- Marketing Manager
- Business Development Manager
- General Manager
- Operations Manager
- Project Manager
- Business Executive
- Managerial Economics
- Management Concepts and Organization Behavior
- Managerial Accounting
- Quantative Techniques for Managers
- Introduction to Information Technology
- Financial Management
- Production and Operations
- Business Research Methods
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Management
- Fundamental of Entrepreneurship
- Business Communication
- Management Information System
- Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
- Total Quality Management
- Business Law and Corporate Governance
- International Business
- Entrepreneurial Management
- Strategic Management & Ethics
- Project Report
Bachelor degree in any discipline from a recognized University
DURATION 2 Years (Semester Mode)