Core MBA Courses: A Deep Dive into Business Fundamentals
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Core MBA Courses: A Deep Dive into Business Fundamentals

Financial Management:

  • Security Analysis & Portfolio Management: Investment strategies, risk assessment, asset allocation.
  • Financial Modeling & Valuation: Building financial models, company valuation techniques, capital budgeting.
  • Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A): Deal structuring, valuation, due diligence, post-merger integration.

Marketing Management:

  • Consumer Behavior: Understanding customer needs, motivations, and decision-making processes.
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning: Developing marketing plans, targeting and segmentation, brand management, competitive analysis.
  • Digital Marketing & Social Media: Utilizing online platforms for marketing and advertising, social media strategy, customer relationship management (CRM).

Operations Management:

  • Supply Chain Management: Designing and managing efficient supply chains, inventory control, logistics.
  • Business Process Improvement: Analyzing and streamlining business processes, lean manufacturing, Six Sigma.
  • Operations Research & Data Analytics: Applying quantitative methods to optimize operations, scheduling, forecasting.

Leadership & Organizational Behavior:

  • Organizational Theory & Design: Understanding different organizational structures, culture, and change management.
  • Negotiation & Conflict Resolution: Effective negotiation strategies, communication skills, conflict resolution techniques.
  • Entrepreneurship & Innovation: Identifying and exploiting business opportunities, developing new ventures, business models.

Additional Elective Options:

  • Business Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility: Environmental and social impact of businesses, sustainable practices, ethical sourcing.
  • FinTech & Blockchain Applications: Exploring the use of technology in finance, including cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
  • Business in a Global Context: Understanding the international business environment, cultural differences, global marketing strategies.