MBA (Master of Business Administration) has gained immense popularity and attracts a huge number of experienced professionals as well as freshers from a wide range of academic disciplines. The core courses in the MBA program are designed to introduce students to the various areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations management, etc. Students in MBA programs have the option of taking general business courses throughout the program or can select an area of concentration, though many institutes (especially in India) offer their own specialized courses, which means that the institute itself chooses the specializations for students.
Over the two years of MBA, you’ll study about various factors (laws, trends, markets, economies) that have an effect on businesses and the running of businesses. You will also be exposed to ‘real-life situations’ taught through case studies, in an attempt to introduce students to the practical side of business and keep them in touch with real life business problems and solutions. There are a number of subjects which broaden your perspective about business and methods to tackle hurdles in business administration.
To ensure a holistic development there are industrial visits, projects, presentations and several assignments given to students which help them to learn and understand the core concepts of MBA. Studying at good MBA institutes is a pleasurable experience and definitely something to remember. Meeting deadlines and completing projects becomes enjoyable. Most importantly, you make some excellent friends, and develop as an individual on the whole and gain a scientific approach to management.