This is a two-year full-time residential programme, which follows trimester system. The first year consists of core courses and the second year consists of elective courses. A summer project is scheduled at the end of the first year. The programme offers dual specializations (major and minor) in the second year. At the successful completion of the program the student will be awarded a Master’s Degree.
After going through the programme, the students should be able to:
This is a two-year full-time residential programme, which follows trimester system. The first year consists of core courses. The second year comprises of elective courses. A summer project is scheduled at the end of the first year. The programme offers dual specializations (major and minor) in the second year. Important themes running across courses are: Internationalism, Business, Ethics and Information Management.
Duration: 2 Years (six terms, duration of 10 to 12 weeks per term)
Credit Requirements: Total 102 Credit Hours
Summer Project Duration: 8-10 Weeks
The main pedagogical methods are lectures, case studies (Harvard, Ivey and other International and Indian cases) , simulations ( Harvard) and project work. These methods are further augmented by Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) from different providers, role-plays, group discussions and movie screenings and the actual mix varies with the nature of a course. To ensure effective learning, the Institute leverages these latest technologies to make teaching-learning process more experiential and participative integrating the benefits of group based learning.
The pedagogy is designed in such a way that academic rigour is maintained and students are continuously evaluated. Strong support from the faculty members and robust emphasis on ethics and values are the notable features of the pedagogy. Case studies help students to experience the management predicaments whereas role-plays and simulations prepare them to take decisions on a real time scenarios.
Additionally, interaction with industry experts, live projects, innovation workshops, participation in Conclaves and learning through co-curricular activities gives a feel of the real world which encourages active learning for a deeper academic and practice based foundation. This ensures that analytical skills are developed through concepts and practice, which help the students hone their decision making skills.