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MBA - HRD

Program Overview

Much like Arthur’s legendary sword, this degree in Human Resource and Organizational Development is achieved by a chosen few, who first have to strive to be worthy of it. Grueling academic schedules go hand in hand with proactive efforts to develop new perspectives and a higher level of knowledge and understanding. Going beyond books, theories and case studies to open new windows, the course equips young managers to take on the world, meet every challenge and emerge victoriously. It isn’t just a degree in HR and OD. It’s the Corporate Excalibur.

The MBA- Human Resource Development program of the Department of Commerce has been designed to cater to the growing need of industry and business for professionally qualified young men and women in the area of Human Resource and Organisational Development. In the liberalized framework of the Indian economy, corporate experts in HRD will be amongst the key resource personnel needed for corporate strategic planning and control. Further, existing personnel specialists will need to develop fresh perspectives in order to cope with the changing role of personnel and industrial relations departments of corporate organizations. The objective is to provide quality education to highly motivated, bright young men and women so that they can provide professional expertise to business and industry in the area of human resource and organizational development.


Course Structure and Syllabus (MBA - HRD)

The HRD Course structure offers a deep dive into various facets of human resources management and organizational development wherein students master the subject with seasoned faculty of Delhi School of Economics, illustrious alumni and industry professionals. This right combination of theory and practical study enables them to present themselves as industry ready talent pool. The zeal to learn gets complimented by additional modules updated regularly by latest demand in industry and a series of guest lectures and internships.

Semester I
  • 111 - General Management
  • 112 - Legal Framework of Business
  • 113 - Accounting for Managers
  • 114 - Economics for Managers
  • 115 - Entrepreneurship and New Venture Planning
  • 116 - Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility of Business
  • 117 - Business Statistics and Research Methodology
Semester II
  • 321 - Human Resource Management
  • 322 - Human Resource Development
  • li>323 - Organisational Behaviour
  • 324 - Organisational Development
  • 325 - Labour and Social Security Laws
  • 326 - Marketing Concepts and Principles
  • 327 - Economic and Accounting Aspects of Human Capital
Semester III
  • 331 - Management of Industrial Relations
  • 332 - Performance Management and Talent Management
  • 333 - Training and Development
  • 334 - Compensation Management and Employee Welfare Laws
  • 335 - Negotiations and Union Management Relations
  • 336 – Management Information System and HR analysis
  • 337 – Summer Training Report
Semester IV
  • 341 - Management of Transformation
  • 342 - Cross Cultural Management
  • 343 - Strategic Management
  • 344 - Finance for Decision – Making
  • 345 - E-business and Cyber Laws
  • 346 - Social Security and Participative Management
  • 347 – Project Report
MBA - IB

Program Overview

The MBA program in International Business, run by the Faculty of Business and Commerce, located in the Delhi School of Economics plays a pivotal role in equipping its students with the requisite skills to sculpt the face of the future arena of business. In 1985, the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, and the International Trade Centre (ITC/ UNCTAD/GATT), Geneva identified the Faculty of Business and Commerce as a centre fit for conducting a specialized program in International Business and Trade, laying the foundation for MIB With recommendation from UGC, the University of Delhi rechristened the program to MBA (IB). The curriculum has been designed keeping in mind the necessities and requirements of the future business world. It is regularly updated based on feedback from corporate leaders and is contemporary in both its outlook and pedagogy. The course has been recognized as an institution with proven capability to continuously upgrade its knowledge base with a view to servicing the requirements of the government units, trade and industry. It is designed to enable students to bring success and add value to themselves as well as organizations in which they become stakeholders.


Course Structure and Syllabus (MBA - IB)

The IB Course structure is designed with the specific task to equip its students with the finest tools of management and condition their faculties in all facets of the aeonian issue of international trade, taking into account the complexities of marketing, the intricacies of finance and the legalities of trade, all coalesced into a holistic curriculum spread over two years, to create the consummate professional so needed for an increasing perplexing field.

Semester I
  • 111 - General Management
  • 112 - Legal Framework of Business
  • 113 - Accounting for Managers
  • 114 - Economics for Managers
  • 115 - Entrepreneurship and New Venture Planning
  • 116 - Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility of Business
  • 117 - Business Statistics and Research Methodology
Semester II
  • 221 - Marketing Management
  • 222 - International Business Environment
  • 223 - International Trade and Policy Framework
  • 224 - Operations Research for Business Decisions
  • 225 - Corporate Finance
  • 226 - International Financial System
  • 227 - Internet Security and Cyber Laws
Semester III
  • 231 - International Marketing
  • 232 - International Trade Practices, Procedures & Documentation
  • 233 - Service Marketing and Customer Relationship Management
  • 234 - International Financial Management
  • 235 - International Supply Chain Management & Logistics
  • 236 – Foreign Language for Business – I
  • 237 – Summer Training Report
Semester IV
  • 241 - International Marketing Research
  • 242 - Global Strategic Management
  • 243 - Cross- Cultural Consumer and Industrial Buyer Behaviour
  • 244 - International Advertising and Brand Management
  • 245 - International Human Resource Management
  • 246 - Foreign Language for Business – II
  • 247 – Dissertation Report