FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES typically covers the fundamental concepts, theories, and practices of management. The course may cover topics such as organizational behaviour, leadership, human resource management, accounting, finance, marketing, operations management, and strategic management.
The primary objective of management studies is to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to become effective managers in a variety of organizations.
Understanding business processes: Management studies provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the various processes involved in running a business, including marketing, finance, human resources, operations, and strategy.
Enhancing decision-making abilities: Management studies focus on developing students’ critical thinking and analytical skills, enabling them to make informed and effective decisions in a variety of business contexts.
Building leadership capabilities: Management studies emphasize the development of leadership skills and qualities, such as communication, teamwork, motivation, and problem-solving.
UG PROGRAMS: BBA, BBM, BMS, BBS
PG PROGRAMS: MBA, MHRM, EMBA, MSM
COURSE DURATION: 3 days
Management Consulting: Management consultants provide advice and guidance to organizations on how to improve their operations, increase efficiency, and maximize profitability.
Finance and Accounting: Individuals with a background in business studies can pursue careers in finance and accounting, such as financial analyst, accountant, investment banker, or tax consultant.
Marketing and Advertising: Business studies graduates can work in marketing and advertising roles, such as marketing manager, brand manager, digital marketer, or advertising executive.
Human Resources: Human resource professionals play a vital role in managing a company’s workforce, including recruitment, training, and employee relations.
Entrepreneurship: Business studies graduates can also start their own businesses and become entrepreneurs, either by developing their own products or services or by buying and running existing businesses.
Operations and Supply Chain Management: Individuals with a background in business studies can work in operations and supply chain management, including roles such as logistics manager, supply chain analyst, or operations manager.
International Business: Globalization has created many opportunities for individuals with a background in international business, including roles such as international business development manager, global marketing manager, or international trade specialist.
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes