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Term-wise Indicative List of courses
Module – 1: All courses are Core/Mandatory. Combination of Full, Half & Workshop Courses. Workshop Courses do not carry any grading.  Duration of each class session = 60 Minutes Total Hours for Terms-1, 2 & 3 = 360. Credits = 36.

Term-1 (M1-1)

Term-2 (M1-2)

Term-3 (M1-3)

  • Business Statistics & Quantitative Techniques
  • Financial Accounting
  • Marketing Management
  • Microeconomics
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Business Communication
  • Business Ethics
  • Cost Management & Accounting
  • Macroeconomics
  • Management Information Systems
  • Operations Management
  • Business Research
  • Communication for Employment & Entrepreneurship
  • Competition & Strategy
  • Corporate Finance
  • Data Analytics & Visualisation
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Resource Management

Module-2: All courses are Electives having combination of Full & Half courses. Duration of each class session = 90 Minutes. Capstone Project = group component, under faculty mentorship. Total Hours for Terms-4, 5 & 6 = 40+420+60 = 520 Hours; Credits = 52
(A) On-campus Immersion at IIMV (Part of Term-4) 
  • 5 Days; 8 hours per day = 40 Hours, 4 Credits 
  • Exposure to case-based learning 
  • Applied/Bridge Courses 
(B) Online Courses (Continuation after IIMV Campus Immersion)

Term-4 (M2-4)

Term-5 (M2-5)

Term-6 (M2-6)

5 Electives
135 Hours (13.5 Credits)

6 Electives
165 Hours (16.5 Credits)

4 Electives
120 Hours (12.0 Credits);
& Capstone Project = 60 Hours



Tentative list of elective courses to choose from following Areas:

Sr. No.

Area

Indicative Electives

1.      

Decision Sciences

  • Advanced Analytics
  • Multi-attribute Decision Making
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Quantitative Methods for Quality Management  
  • Statistical Thinking for Managerial Decision-Making

2.      

Economics and Social Sciences

  • Game Theory 
  • International Economics
  • Pricing Strategy

3.      

Entrepreneurship

  • Capstone Business Simulation
  • Innovative and Disruptive Business Models
  • New Venture Creation 
  • Strategy in Emerging Markets

4.      

Finance & Accounting

  • Behavioral Finance
  • Corporate Valuation 
  • Financial Analytics using “R” 
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Fixed Income Securities
  • Investment Banking
  • Management of Banks and Financial Institutions
  • Mergers, Acquisition & Corporate Restructuring
  • Project Appraisal and Financing

5.      

Information Systems

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Leading Digital Transformations
  • Management Consulting
  • Management of Information Security
  • Management of Information Systems and Technology

6.      

Management Communication

  • Intercultural Communication
  • Making Effective Business Presentations
  • Strategic Communication for Leaders

7.      

Marketing

  • Advertisement Management
  • B2B Marketing
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Digital Marketing
  • Marketing Analytics
  • Product and Brand Management
  • Retail Management
  • Sales and Distribution Management
  • Service Marketing
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Strategic Marketing

8.      

Organizational Behavior & Human Resources

  • Conflict Management & Negotiations
  • HR Analytics
  • Managerial Training & Competency Development
  • Organization Development and Change Management
  • Strategic HRM in a Digital World

9.      

Production & Operations Management

  • Circular Economy Through Sustainable Operations
  • Digital Enterprise Through Industry 4.0
  • Healthcare Operations Management
  • Multi Model Logistics System Management
  • Operations Strategy 
  • Project Management
  • Service Operations Management
  • Supply Chain Analytics and Architecture
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Technology Forecasting and Assessment
  • Total Quality Management and Six Sigma

10.    

Strategy

  • Corporate Governance
  • Industry & Competitor Analysis
  • Innovation & New Product Development
  • International Business

Capstone Project
Capstone project serves as a culmination of learning, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical, real-world business challenges. It hones problem-solving abilities, encourages teamwork, and fosters critical thinking. Additionally, it provides networking opportunities and demonstrates a student's competency, preparing them effectively for the professional landscape. The project will be guided by faculty of IIMV and SoM, NITW. This will be a group exercise to facilitate better peer to peer learning.   
  • 6 credits. i.e., 60 hours