MBA INTEGRATED - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - Syllabus - Madras University


Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Integrated MBA, full syllabus details for all the 5 years along with subject code. Also attached Excel file for the same subject for easy viewing.

Institute of Distance Education
University of Madras
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Chennai - 600 005.
MBA INTEGRATED - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / SUBJECT CODE

Year Paper Subject Sub Code

FIRST YEAR 1 Language
FIRST YEAR 2 English
FIRST YEAR 3 Principles of management MBN1A
FIRST YEAR 4 Financial accounting MBN1B
FIRST YEAR 5 Managerial economics MBN1C
FIRST YEAR 6 Business communication MBN1D

SECOND YEAR 7 Cost and management accounting MBN2A
SECOND YEAR 8 Business environment MBN2B
SECOND YEAR 9 Business regulatory framework MBN2C
SECOND YEAR 10 Business statistics and mathematics MBN2D
SECOND YEAR 11 Business organisation MBN2E
SECOND YEAR 12 Organisational behaviour MBN2G

THIRD YEAR 13 Financial management MBN3A
THIRD YEAR 14 Marketing management MBN3B
THIRD YEAR 15 Production and material management MBN3C
THIRD YEAR 16 Human resource management MBN3D
THIRD YEAR 17 Entrepreneurship development MBN3E
THIRD YEAR 18 Banking and financial services MBN3F
THIRD YEAR 19 Introduction to information echnology MBN3G

FOURTH YEAR 20 Principles of insurance MBN4A
FOURTH YEAR 21 Business ethics MBN4B
FOURTH YEAR 22 Legal systems in business MBN4C
FOURTH YEAR 23 Research methodology MBN4D
FOURTH YEAR 24 Applied operations research MBN4E
FOURTH YEAR 25 Computer language for management MBN4G
FOURTH YEAR 26 Business policy MBN4H

FIFTH YEAR 27 Strategic Management MBN5A
FIFTH YEAR 28 Management Information System and EDP MBN5B
FIFTH YEAR 29 International Marketing MBN5C

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

a) MARKETING
30 Marketing Research and Consumer Behaviour MBN01
31 Advertising Management and Sales Promotion MBN02
32 Sales Management and Distribution Management MBN03
33 Services Marketing MBN04

b) FINANCE
30 Corporate Finance MBN05
31 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management MBN06
32 Tax Management MBN07
33 Merchant Banking and Financial Services MBN08

c) SYSTEMS
30 Data base management systems MBN09
31 System analysis and design MBN10
32 Decision support system MBN11
33 E-business technology and management MBN12

d) HUMAN RESOURCE
30 Industrial and labour relations MBN13
31 Human resources development (HRD) MBN14
32 Total quality management MBN15
33 Training and development MBN16

e) OPERATIOINS MANAGEMENT
30 Supply chain management MBN17
31 World class manufacturing MBN18
32 Business process management and outsourcing MBN19
33 Project management MBN20

f) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
30 Export management and documentation MBN21
31 Foreign exchange management MBN22
32 Management strategies of mincs MBN23
33 Import management MBN24

g) TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
30 Front office management MBN25
31 Principles of tourism MBN26
32 Hospitality management MBN27
33 Customer relations and services management MBN28

h) EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT
30 Educational policy, planning and administration MBN29
31 Economics of education MBN30
32 Educational institution management MBN31
33 Institutional linkage for educational management MBN32

i) HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT
30 Health policy and health care-system MBN33
31 Hospital planning and designing MBN34
32 Hospital records management MBN35
33 Counselling MBN36

j) APPAREL MANAGEMENT
30 Textile and fabric science MBN37
31 Fashion merchandising MBN38
32 Apparel manufacturing technology MBN39
33 Apparel production management MBN40

PROJECT WORK/OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
34 OPTIONAL SUBJECT

GROUP-A
1 Retail Marketing MBW01
2 Rural marketing MBW02
3 Industrial Marketing MBW03
4 Customer Relations Management and Relationship Marketing MBW04

GROUP-B
1 Organisational Development MBW05
2 Entrepreneurship and Management of Small Business MBW06
3 Derivatives MBW07
4 Risk Management and Insurance MBW08

GROUP-C
1 WTO Constitution and Operation MBW09
2 Global Investment, Instruments and Institutions MBW10
3 Global Tourism MBW11
4 Emerging Issues in Tourism MBW12

GROUP-D
1 Educational Infrastructure MBW13
2 Instructional Design and Curriculam Development MBW14
3 Hospital Core Services MBW15
4 Hospital Support Services MBW16

GROUP-E
1 Integrated Materials Management MBW17
2 Value Analysis and Engineering MBW18
3 Fashion Retail Management MBW19
4 Consumer Behaviour in Fashion MBW20


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