Some of the common specializations of MBAs are in finance, human resources (HR), technology, marketing and operations. This article aims to highlight a few of the lesser known specializations of the Master in Business Administration (MBA) course.
This course is aimed to provide the students with the foundation of a business so that students will be able to develop family-owned businesses shift towards the next generation. The syllabus is based on subjects like managerial economics, business laws, small business management, financial accounting and entrepreneurship.
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This course covers the fundamentals of the tourism business, trade and travel, tour studies, hospitality management, eco tourism, tour operation and national and international tourism management through subjects like tourism economics and IT, business communication, sustainable tourism management, itinerary planning and costing, export, import policy and documentation.
This course is designed to emphasize the skill set necessary to effectively manage clinical research for clinical trials to research treatment regimens, medications, diagnostic products and its safety. The syllabus encompasses subjects like pharmacovigilance and clinical data management, medical statistics, intellectual property rights, herbal & medical device trials, pharmacoeconomics and pharmacogenomics.
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Criminal justice deals with work carried out by law enforcement agencies like the police and the judiciary. This field of the MBA aims to mix business and legal education by providing the fundamentals of technology, communication, accounting, economics and policies focusing on the criminal justice system, administration, criminal law, evidence recovery, organized crime, homeland security, forensic psychology and management.
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Knowledge is something intangible, and companies have large amounts of information that need to be processed efficiently, distributed and stored. The MBA in Knowledge Management will provide students with a solid foundation in the basic MBA subjects like marketing, finance, and human resource, and also focus on specifics like information security, organizational management, planning, media management, database management and general skills in management, technology and planning.
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