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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The MBA program of CMS Business School, Jain University adopts a structure that places it on par with renowned programs anywhere in the world.

The core curriculum of the MBA program is meant to give students the knowledge and skills to succeed in most business related careers. However, concentrations allow MBA students to develop deeper into specific areas of business education. At CMS Business School, MBA students can choose combinations based on their interests and future career goals.

At CMS Business School, Jain University, the MBA student can choose any one of the following areas of concentration:

Dual Specialization

  • Marketing and Finance
  • Marketing and Human Resource Management
  • Finance and Human Resource Management
Students choose their area of concentration before commencement of the second semester. The second semester provides a firm grounding to students in their concentration areas and serves as a strong foundation for the rest of the program. During the third semester the students study more courses in their concentration and focus on honing industry relevant and in-demand skills. The fourth semester is the crucial last mile of the invigorating MBA Program at CMS Business School. Herein again, the pedagogy is largely case based and is learning-track oriented. Credits earned during the industry practicum by students are credited during this semester. There is a lot of emphasis on “Corporate Readiness” during this phase of the program.
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The Finance Concentration


A Finance concentration offers pathways for careers in Financial Analytics, Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Investment Banking and Management, Hedge Funds, Private Equity, Corporate Treasury Corporate / Wholesale Banking, Portfolio Management, International Finance, Investments, Equity Markets, Money Markets, Mutual Funds and Currency Trading.

CMS Business School Alumni working in finance positions around the globe, with Indian and Foreign MNCs, have benefited from the Finance Concentration offered by the School. The curriculum is organised in a practical, experience - developing, career - focused way. Course content is dictated by the skills and knowledge sets needed to succeed in a finance career. The curriculum is sequenced to synchronise the timing of finance training with the timing of the student’s job search. Technical skills useful in summer internships and initial interviews are emphasised early in the curriculum and more complex integrative skills are developed later as students approach campus placements.

Curriculum
Total Credits = 72

Second Semester

Advanced Financial Accounting& Reporting (6 credits)
Corporate Finance & Financial Decisions (6 credits)
Advanced Cost & Management Accounting (3 credits)
Financial Management Applications (3 credits)
Research Methodology for finance (3 credits)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Module on Logistics (1 credit)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Module on Finance(1 credit)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Technical Module (1 credit)

Third Semester

Business Taxation & Tax Planning (3 credits)
Financial Analysis and Valuation (3 credits)
Financial Market operations (3 credits)
Investment Management (3 credits)
Money Markets (3 credits)
Capital Markets (3 credits)
Security Analysis (3 credits)
Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

Fourth Semester

Corporate Restructuring and M & A (3 credits)
Retail and Wholesale Banking (3 credits)
Investment Banking & Venture Capital (3 credits)
Finance Strategy (3 credits)
Project Finance (3 credits)
Financial Modeling & Analytics (3 credits)
International Financial Management (3 credits)
Practicum (Industry Work places) (3 credits)
 
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The Marketing Concentration


A Marketing concentration gives students the fundamentals to understand customers, markets, competitors and brands. The knowledge and skills gained by students can be applied to a wide variety of management positions in many industries. They develop proficiency in applying concepts for understanding consumer and organisational buying patterns and for developing successful marketing strategies. They also gain competence to deliver superior customer value, develop new products, design advertisements and apply retailing concepts.

Students choose courses to prepare themselves for careers in the corporate sector in marketing fields that range from key account management, customer relationship management, product management, advertising and sales, to retailing, e-business, distribution management and strategic marketing planning. Students can look forward to career opportunities in large and small organizations representing a spectrum of banking, financial services, industrial, consumer goods, FMCG, services, brand management firms, electronic commerce, mobile commerce, and consulting firms.

Curriculum
Total Credits = 72

Second Semester

Marketing Planning & Implementation (6 credits)
Consumer Behaviour (6 credits)
Sales Management (3 credits)
Distribution Management (3 credits)
Research Methodology for Marketing (3 credits)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Module on Logistics (1 credit)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Module on Finance (1 credit)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Technical Module (1 credit)

Third Semester

Marketing Research (3 credits)
International Marketing (3 credits)
Brand promotion (3 credits)
Marketing Communication (3 credits)
Services Marketing (3 credits)
B to B marketing (3 credits)
Digital Marketing & E-Commerce (3 credits)
Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

Fourth Semester

Retail Management (3 credits)
Marketing of Banking and Financial Services (3 credits)
Marketing Strategy (3 credits)
Sales Force Management (3 credits)
Marketing Applications (3 credits)
Business Analytics (3 credits)
Negotiations (3 credits)
Practicum (Industry Work places on campus) (3 credits)
 
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The Human Resource Concentration

Most organisations today are in the business of providing services. The list is endless: information technology, financial, education, communication, food and entertainment, consulting, and more. The viability and true value of a business is determined more and more by the value-add of its employees and not merely by its investment in facilities, equipment, and inventory.

The curriculum helps students to learn how to design and implement programs to more effectively manage the organisation’s employees. This includes staffing, planning, recruitment and selection of employees, training and development, performance management, leadership, compensation and benefits administration, employee relations and employee health, safety and security.

The human resource management concentration is designed to prepare students in the following areas:

Core human resource management knowledge
Employment and other laws
Integration of human resource management with other operational and business functions
Critical thinking and analysis
Professional networking and presentations

Students who concentrate on human resource management pursue careers that involve acquisition, development and
retention of high quality employees.

Curriculum
Total Credits = 72

Second Semester

Organisation Behaviour (3 credits)
Human Resource Planning and Development (6 credits)
Compensation Management (3 credits)
Training & Development (6 credits)
Management of IR (3 credits)
Research Methodology for Human Resource (3 credits)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Module on Logistics (1 credit)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Module on HR(1 credit)
Practicum (Lab) - ERP Technical Module (1 credit)

Third Semester

Cross cultural and Global Management (3 credits)
Employment Laws (3 credits)
Performance Management (6 credits)
Manpower Development for Technological Change (3 credits)
Counseling skills (3 credits)
Human Resource Development: Strategies and Systems (3 credits)
 
Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

Fourth Semester

Leadership (3 credits)
HR Accounting & Analytics (3 credits)
Negotiation skills (3 credits)
Power in organisations: Sources, strategies and skills (3 credits)
HR Applications (3 credits)
Leading and Managing Teams (3 credits)
Negotiations (3 credits)
 
Career Enhancement Opportunities

Dual Qualification MBA + CIM
The CMS Business School’s Dual Qualification MBA program emphasises analytical thinking, decision making, rigour and a multi-disciplinary approach and offers several features that will transform the student into a high performance professional.

The unique dual MBA and CIM program allows students to study for two qualifications simultaneously: Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Jain University, with specialisation in Finance or Marketing or HR and an internationally recognised Professional Diploma of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).

Dual Qualification MBA + CIM, UK Program @ a glance

Duration
2 years full time, spread over 4 semesters

Degree Awarded
Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Jain University

Specialisation choices in MBA
Marketing or Finance or HRM and Professional Diploma in Marketing Chartered Institute of Marketing, London, UK

 
Dual Qualification MBA + IOC from CISI, UK
The unique dual qualification MBA and Investment Operations Certificate from CISI, UK program allows students to study simultaneously for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Jain University, with specialisation in Finance, Marketing and HR and an internationally recognised Investment Operations Certificate from the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, UK. The CMS-JU Dual Qualification MBA Program enables the student to shape into an outstanding finance professional.

Dual Qualification MBA + IOC from CISI, UK @ a glance

Duration
2 years full time (4 semesters)

Degree Awarded
Master of Business Administration, Jain University, Bangalore

Specialisation choices in MBA:
Marketing or Finance or HRM and Investment Operations Certificate Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, UK
 
Dual Qualification MBA + PG Diploma in HRM
The unique dual MBA and PG Diploma program from Jain University allows students to study for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing, Finance or HR from Jain University with a specialisation in Human Resource Management and the acclaimed, industry powered Diploma program from Jain University. This dual approach reduces the duration of overall study and provides a potent combination of Human Resource, Personnel Administration and Industrial Relations Skills, highly sought after in the corporate world.

Dual Qualification MBA + PG Diploma in HRM @ a glance

Duration
2 years full time (4 semesters)

Degree Awarded
Master of Business Administration Jain University, Bangalore

Specialisation choices in MBA
Marketing or Finance or HRM and Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management
 
 
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