DAV Business School
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Course Cycle

Total no of Courses-26 Total Credit Hour-70
Non Credit Course for Non Management Background Students (Extensive Classes for 15 Days)
NC-1: Qualitative Skills for Business Studies
NC-2: Accounting Knowledge for Managers

Semester I 17credit hours
FO-511: Quantitative Skills for Business Studies
FO-512: Managerial Communications 
FO-513: Managerial Economics and Decision Making 
FO-514: Legal Environment of Business
CO-515: Organisational Behaviour and Leadership Skills
CO-516: Marketing for Managers  
CO-517: Financial Accounting
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2
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3
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3
Semester II 20 credit hours

CO-521: Management Accounting
CO-522: Macro Economics and Policy Making
CO-523: Financial Management and Analysis
CO-524: Operations Management
CO-525: Human Resource Management
CO-526: Business Research 
SE-521: Seminar Series I (By College)

3
3
3
3
3
3
2
Semester III 15 credit hours

CO-531: Management Information System and e-commerce
CO-532: Organization Change and Design
CO-533: Entrepreneurship
SE-531: Seminar Series II (By College) 
XX-531: Specialization I and 
XX-532: Specialization II 

3
2
2
2
3
3
Semester IV 18 credit hours

CA-541: Strategic Management 
CA-542: International Business
XX-54x: Specialization III 
XX-54x: Specialization IV and
XX-54x: Specialization V: Seminar (By College)
IN-Internship/Thesis

3
2
3
3
2
5
Finance 14 credit hours

Semester-3
Specialization I: FN-531: Financial Theory and Corporate Policy
Specialization II: FN-532: Capital Structure Management
Semester -4 (Any Two and Seminar Course)
Specialization III: FN-543: Security Analysis and Investment Management
OR
Specialization III: FN-544: Management of Financial Institution
Specialization IV: FN-545: Financial Derivatives and Engineering
OR
Specialization IV: FN-546: International Financial Management
Specialization Seminar: FN-547: Seminar on Finance (By College)

Marketing 14 credit hours

Semester -3
Specialization I: MK-531: Consumer Behavior
Specialization II: MK-532: Marketing Research                                  

Sem-4 (Any Two and Seminar Course)
Specialization III: MK-543: Planning and Managing Retail Business
OR
Specialization III: MK-544: Sales and Distribution Management
Specialization IV: MK-545: Services and Industrial Marketing
OR
Specialization IV: MK-546: Advertising Management
Specialization Seminar: MK-547: Seminar on Marketing (By College)

Human Resource Management 14 credit hours

Semester -3
Specialization I: HR-531: Human Resource Planning and Development
Specialization II: HR-532: Industrial Labour and Managerial Relations

Semester-4 (Any Two and Seminar Course)
Specialization III: HR-543: Compensation Management
OR
Specialization III: HR-544: Performance Management: Systems and Strategies
Specialization IV: HR-545: Industrial and Labour Legislation
OR
Specialization IV: HR-546: Strategic Human Resource Management
Specialization Seminar: HR-547: Seminar on HRM (By College)
International Business                                                   14 credit hours
Semester -3
Specialization I: IB-531: International Business Environment
Specialization II: IB-532: Export Import Management

Semester-4 (Any Two and Seminar Course)
Specialization III: IB-543: Intellectual Property Rights
OR
Specialization III: IB-544: International Marketing
Specialization IV: IB-545: International Financial Management
OR
Specialization IV: IB-546: Strategies of Multinational Companies
Specialization Seminar: IB-547: Seminar on HRM

Production and Supply Chain Management (P&SCM) 14 credit hours

Semester-3
Specialization I: PS-531: Purchasing and Material Management
Specialization II: PS-532: Designing and Managing the Supply Chain

Semester -4 (Any Two and Seminar Course)
Specialization III: PS-543: Production Planning and Control
OR
Specialization III: PS-544: Warehouse and Inventory Management
Specialization IV: PS-545: Facility Location Management
OR
Specialization IV: PS-546: Network Design
Specialization Seminar: PS-547: Seminar on P&SCM


*To conduct any specialization course the school expects at least 10 students. However, conduction of the specialization course depends upon availability of the resource person. Note: In case a student fails to secure 16 out of 40 for MBA in the internal assessment (all four components taken together), he/she shall not be allowed to appear for the Semester end examination. If candidate is not appearing in internal examination, she/he will be allowed one more chance to appear for retest and her/his passing marks (actual marks obtained in retest or passing marks whichever is less) will be consider for grade only.

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