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Preparing Socially Responsible Leaders with Global Impact

The two-year residential MBA program at ASB offers the knowledge, skills and perspective needed to accelerate a long-lasting career. The courses are refined and kept abreast with inputs from Board of Studies comprising of veterans from industry and academia. The courses arm the students with the most up-to-date hard and soft skills to lead the challenges of business world. For the purpose, the curriculum, pedagogy and learning processes are designed across six trimesters in two years.

The full-time MBA curriculum consists of core and elective courses. Each calendar year is divided into three regular terms and a summer term. To graduate, students are required to complete 30 core courses and 10 electives (or 11 based on their CGPA) among the 60 electives offered.

Students may choose specialization in five specialization areas: Business Analytics, Finance, HR, Marketing, and Operations Management. Interested students may choose dual-specialization.

Students can also apply for dual-degree M.Sc. International Management at Telecom Ecole De Management (TEM), France. In such cases, students should complete five trimesters at ASB and spend two semesters at TEM, with second semester comprising of an internship.

During the two-year study, the students undergo programs like summer internship, business research projects, CAPSTONE business simulation program, additional certification of IBM, SHRM, Lean Sigma and SAP.

The classroom teachings are enriched with different modes of teaching including class discussions, presentations, live projects, quizzes, test papers, surprise tests, regular assignments and class works, assignments and class works.

Curriculum

Term I
Sl. No. Title of the Course Credits
1 Business Communication 3
2 Financial Accounting 3
3 Marketing Management – I 3
4 Economic Analysis : Micro Level 3
5 Organizational Behaviour – I 3
6 Data Analytics – I 3
7 Introduction to Business Analytics 2
5 Self Awareness and Personal Growth   -I 1
Total 21
Term II
Sl. No. Title of the Course Credits
1 Human Resource Management 3
2 Organizational Behaviour – II 2
3 Financial Management 3
4 Marketing Management – II 2
5 Operations Management 3
6 Data Analytics – II 3
7 Management Information Systems – I 3
8 Self Awareness and Personal Growth   -I 1
9 Corporate Skills 1
Total 21
Term III
Sl. No. Title of the Course Credits
1 Cost Management 3
2 Economic Analysis : Macro Level 3
3 Business Research Methods 3
4 Colloquium 2
5 Elective – 1 3
6 Elective – 2 3
7 Corporate Skills 1
8 Legal Aspects of Aspects 2
Total 21
Second Year – Term IV
Sl. No. Title of the Course Credits
1 International Business 3
2 Strategic Management 3
3 Elective – 3 3
4 Elective – 4 3
5 Elective –5 3
6 Elective-6 3
7 Corporate Skills 1
8 Self Awareness and Personal Growth   -II 1
Total 20
Term V
Sl. No. Title of the Course Credits
1 Environmental Management and Sustainable Development 3
2 Managerial Values & Business Ethics 3
3 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2
4 Elective – 7 3
5 Elective – 8 3
6 Elective – 9 3
7 Self Awareness and Personal Growth   -II 1
Total 21
Term VI
Sl. No. Title of the Course Credits
1 Elective – 10 3
2 Elective – 11 3
3 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
4 BRP 3
Total 12
Electives
Sl. No. Trimester III:  Electives
1 Financial Markets and Institutions
2 Marketing Practice
3 Employee Engagement
4 Advanced Operations Management
5 Business Data Management
Trimester IV:  Electives 
1 Bank Management and Financial Services (Core Finance)
2 Financial Modelling and Valuation (Core Finance) 
3 Financial Derivatives (Core Finance) 
4 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management  (Core Finance) 
5 Strategic Financial Management (Core Finance) 
6 Industrial Relations (Core HR/OB)
7 erformance Management and Compensation (Core HR/OB)
8 Talent Acquisition and Development (Core HR/OB) 
9 Applied Marketing Research for Marketing Decisions (Elective)
10 Sales and Distribution Management (Core Marketing) 
11 Services Marketing (Core Marketing) 
12 Service Operations Management (Core Operations) Cross listed with Marketing 
13 Manufacturing Systems (Core Operations) 
14 Cross Cultural Management  (General Management Elective)
15 Enterprise Resource Planning (Core ISA) Cross listed with all areas
16 Digital Media Strategies and Analytics (ISA) Cross listed with Marketing
Trimester V:  Electives
1 FinTech innovations & transformation in financial services (Finance)
2 Financial Statement Analysis (Core Finance) 
3 Project Appraisal and Financing (Finance)
4 Industrial Law (Core HR/OB) 
5 Learning and Development (Core HR/OB) 
6 Social Psychology for Managers (HR/OB)
7 Innovation (GM)
8 Consumer Behaviour (Core Marketing) 
9 B2B Marketing (Marketing)
10 Retail Management (Marketing)
11 Business Analytics (Core ISA)
12 Data Analysis Using R & Python (Core ISA)
13 Fourth Industrial Revolution – New Technologies, opportunities and Challenges (ISA area Cross listed with Operations)
14 Total Quality Management (Core Operations)
Trimester VI:  Electives
1 Personal Financial Planning
2 Financial Risk Modelling (Core Finance) 
3 International HRM (Core OB/HR)
4 Corporate Social Responsibility
5 Management Beyond Profit: The Heart of Sustainable Business (GM)
6 Organizational Theory and Design (GM)
7 Integrated Marketing Communications (Marketing)
8 Marketing Analytics
9 Strategic Marketing Management (Core Marketing) 
10 Business Applications of Digital Technologies
11 Time Series Analysis and Forecasting
12 Project Management (Core Operations) 
1 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Core Operations) Cross listed with Marketing 
List of Electives
Finance Human Resource Management
Bank Management and Financial Services Learning and Development
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management   Strategic Compensation Management
Financial Statement Analysis  Leadership Skills
Financial Derivatives   Talent Acquisition and Development
Commercial Bank Management   Industrial Relations
FinTech Innovations & Transformation in   Organizational Change and Development
Financial services   Industrial Law 
Corporate Fraud and Internal Control   Social Psychology for Managers  
Financial Markets and Institutions  HR Metrics and Analytics  
Strategic Financial Management   Performance Management and Compensation  
Quantitative Equity Portfolio Management  International HRM 
Financial Modelling and Valuation  Employee Engagement  
Energy and Climate Finance 
Personal Financial Planning 
Financial Risk Modelling 

 

Marketing Operations Information Systems and Analytics
Sales and Distribution Management  Project Management  Business Analytics  
Services Marketing  Total Quality Management   Digital Media Strategies and Analytics  
Retail Management  Logistics and Supply Chain Management  Data Analysis Using R & Python  
Experiential Marketing  Manufacturing Systems  IT Business Analysis 
Marketing in a Digital World  Operations Strategy  Fourth Industrial Revolution – New Technologies,  
Consumer Behaviour   Multi-criteria Decision Making  Oppurtunities and Challenges 
B2B Marketing   Service Operations Management  Cybersecurity, Governance, Risk & Compliance 
Rural Marketing   Process Flow Management  Advanced Tools for Decision Support 
Strategic Brand Management  Disaster Operations Management  IT Infrastructure Management 
Foundations of Management Consulting  Advanced Operations Management  Business Data Management 
The Art of Corporate and Marketing Communications 
Omni-channel Retail and e-commerce 
Marketing Practice 
Applied Marketing Research for Marketing Decisions 
Storytelling with Data
Eligibility

Admission

ELIGIBILITY
  • UG degree (10+2+3 Pattern), recognized by AIU (Association of Indian Universities)
  • Minimum 50% aggregate* in 10th, 12th and UG. Student in their final year can apply with the last completed semester results.
    *minimum of 50% in all semesters & aggregate in UG, for Bengaluru campus.
  • Any one of the valid test score of CAT/ XAT/ MAT/ CMAT/ GMAT/ GRE. Candidates appearing for these tests can apply with the test registration number.
  • Department of Management, Kochi and Amritapuri (Kollam) campuses accept valid KMAT scores.
  • Candidates applying for MBA-MS at Bengaluru need to have a minimum IBT-TOEFL score of 79 or IELTS score of 6.5 with individual category score of 6 or PTE score of 55 with individual category score of 50 on or before August 20, 2021
  • Those appearing for final year examinations of Bachelor’s degree may also apply, subject to the completion of their examinations and viva-voce, if any, before June 30, 2021.
  • It is mandatory for a final year student, who is provisionally considered eligible by ASB, Coimbatore and offered admission, to submit the mark-sheet and degree certificate of the final year bachelor’s degree examination latest by October 31, 2021.
  • Candidates with work experience will have an added advantage for admissions.

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Experiential Learning

Summer Internships

Summer Internship opportunities are provided to the students through Placement Committee of the campus. Placement committee is run by the students themselves, owing them an opportunity to interact with the companies during their course of study. After the completion of the internships, students submit an internship report as well as present summer posters highlighting their achievements during the summers. Many a times, students get placement offers during their summers itself. The summer internship also enables the students to indulge into live projects, which they can continue even after the internships. The eight weeks of training will expose and equip students with skills to develop innovative solutions for real-life applications. They would also experience the operational and functional problems pertaining to organizations.

Global Competency

Our students undergo Capstone Business Simulation program involving decision-making on all the functional areas of a business enterprise. In this web-based simulation, the students own a business and play the roles of managers, engage in an experience that integrates all functional areas of business. The students also com¬pete in the Capsim Business Simulation Global Challenge with business students worldwide.

Industry Certifications

ASB has partnered with companies to ensure that the students receive the best opportunities in helping maximize their employability. The partnership enables the students to gain training and certification in functional areas of Business Analytics, ERP, Human Resource and Finance.

IBM Business Analytics Certification

This certification provides an industry standard benchmark for technical competence of students in Business Analytics and offers certification to students. For the purpose, IBM has established Amrita-IBM Business Analytics Lab in the campus.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) with SAP

Trained by SAP Academic Alliance community, faculty train students in transactions and configurations of different modules of SAP including Materials Management (MM), Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting (FI/CO), Production Planning (PP), Inventory Management/ Warehouse Management (IM/WM), Human Capital Management (HCM), Project Systems (PS), Sales and Distribution (SD) and many more.

HR Analytics, Compensation and Benefits Program by SHRM

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) trains students in HR Analytics, and Compensation and Benefit programs. The program on HR Analytics teaches students to apply analytic processes to the human resource department of the organization. Meanwhile, the compensation and benefits program equips the participants with knowledge to build Rewards strategy of the organization aligned with the organization’s business & HR strategy and the value of contribution of employees.

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

ASB students are provided with training and certification of the Lean Six Sigma Methodology during the year two of the program. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt training program allows students to possess a profound understanding of process improvement via process management introduction. Students become familiar with the fundamental tools associated with Six Sigma and become a valuable player within a company’s larger goals and objectives.

Facilities at a glance

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  • Sports Facilites
  • Banking Facilities
  • Transport
  • Medical Services
  • Canteen
  • General Store
  • CISCO
  • ICTS
  • Reprographic Facility
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