Mahindra University’s School of Management aspires to be a new age business school and will strive to achieve excellence across undergraduate and post-graduate levels. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is specially designed keeping in mind the current and future needs of the industry. It prepares young, energetic and curious minds to handle the complexities in the ‘technology led’ future.

Program Learning Goals

  1. Core Knowledge and Skills

Program Learning Goal #1: Our graduates will exhibit mastery of functional understanding of business

  1. Develop Innovative and Technologically Astute Managers

 Program Learning Goal #2: Our graduates will be able to make significant contributions to their organizations through their innovative and technology-driven business mindset

  1. Ethics, Social Consciousness, and Integrity

 Program Learning Goal #3: Our graduates will be able to lead ethically and pursue organizational success with integrity.

  1. Lead in an international environment

 Program Learning Goal #4: Our graduates will demonstrate exemplary leadership in a global context.

  1. Entrepreneurship

 Program Learning Goal #5: Our graduates will demonstrate the capacity to launch and manage entrepreneurial ventures.

First Year Courses

All first-year courses (total of 54 credits) are compulsory. At the discretion of SoM, some additional credits may be allotted for workshops and practicum such as industry visits, skill development workshops, rural immersion program etc.

Term Common Core Credits = 54
1 Financial Accounting 3
1 Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions 1 3
1 Macroeconomics 3
1 Organizational Behavior 3
1 Spreadsheet Modelling 1.5
1 Business Communications & Storytelling (1/2) 1.5
1 Principles of Marketing 3
2 Corporate Finance 1 3
2 Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions 2 3
2 Microeconomics 3
2 Management Information Systems 3
2 Digital Marketing 3
2 Operations Management 3
3 Strategic Management 3
3 Corporate Finance 2 3
3 Managerial Accounting 3
3 Entrepreneurship 3
3 Ethics, Sustainability & Governance 3
3 Business Research Methods 3
Elective Curriculum
A student must take 45 credits (15 courses) of courses over three terms of the second-year. This includes a core course on B2B markets in Term IV.

Term Second Year Credits = 45
4 B2B Markets 3
4 Elective 1 3
4 Elective 2 3
4 Elective 3 3
4 Elective 4 3
5 Elective 5 3
5 Elective 6 3
5 Elective 7 3
5 Elective 8 3
5 Elective 9 3
6 Elective 10 3
6 Elective 11 3
6 Elective 12 3
6 Elective 13 3
6 Elective 14 3

A tentative list of electives is given below.

Course Title Credit Specialization
AI-ML 3 Business Analytics
Big Data & Cloud Computing 3 Business Analytics
Business Intelligence & Data Visualization 3 Business Analytics
Revenue Management & Pricing 3 Business Analytics
Time Series Econometrics & Forecasting 3 Business Analytics
Digital Advertising & Conversion Optimization 3 Digital Business
E-Commerce & Marketplaces 3 Digital Business
Digital Transformation & Innovation 3 Digital Business
Introduction to Product Management 3 Digital Business
Marketing Analytics 3 Digital Business
Marketing Research 3 Digital Business
Product Management 2 3 Digital Business
Entrepreneurial Finance 3 Finance
Emerging Technologies 3 Digital Business
Business Analysis and Valuation using Financial Statements 3 Finance
Fintech 3 Finance
Financial Markets 3 Finance
Investment Management 3 Finance
Banking & Financial Services 3 Finance
Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring 3 Finance
Options, Futures and other Derivatives 3 Finance
Business Law 3 General
Negotiation 3 General
Strategy Capstone 3 General

Every first-year student will be required to work on an assignment with a company or an organization for a period of 8 weeks during the summer vacation at the end of the first year of the Program.  The summer internship is an integral part of the MBA Program. The university will assist the eligible students in finding suitable summer assignments. Company sponsored students will be governed by the understanding between the sponsoring organization and MU.

Summer internship is of 6 credits. The students will be required to submit a written project report, and a certificate from the host organization certifying the completion of the assignment, at the time of registration for the fourth term.

The first-year course work, which is fully compulsory, is spread over three terms. This is followed by a mandatory summer internship. The second-year course work is also scheduled over three terms. The program commences in July and ends in March.

The school organizes a, week long, mandatory, international immersion program to help participants develop a global mindset. It includes industry visits, invited talks and cultural immersion. This school intends to organize immersion programs in Asia, Middle East and Africa.