MBA Dual Specialization in Marketing and Finance
The dual specializations in Marketing, Finance and Human Resources field gives a unique edge to the aspiring business leaders. Keeping in mind the industry requirement(s) and the employability prospects the dual specialization course is designed which is offered at CMS Business School. Apart from offering great exposure and benefits to business leaders, it provides vast knowledge regarding distinct streams as well as develops the ability amongst them to perform a different task(s) simultaneously with equal efficiency.
- Employability - specialization in two functional areas helps to impart the critical management skills in the student, which gives them the edge in terms of employability
- Entrepreneurship - Dual Specialization is beneficial for new and existing entrepreneurs. As per their requirements, entrepreneurs can opt to choose specializations. For instance, if the entrepreneur is keen to focus on marketing and finance or business intelligence and marketing, then it is ideal to opt for dual specialization with the required specializations
- Exposure - opting for dual specialization, students gain exposure to multi-domains that in turn develops distinct domain know-how to perform different tasks simultaneously with equal efficiency. The pedagogy integrates theory and practice in multi-functional framework to handle complex management issues through project work & assignments
Today’s global recession has forced the industry to appoint candidates who are having multi-tasking ability. There is a massive demand for candidates who can fit into diversified roles with adequate efficiency. MBA with dual specialization in Marketing, Finance, and Human Resource Management offers great exposure to the students by providing vast knowledge in dual programs.
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