MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure – this Master of Business Administration (MBA) specialization typically has a two-year curriculum specifically designed to train students in the theory and technique involved in regulatory processes, competition policy and infrastructure service delivery, and cover typical business administration subjects like marketing, strategy and finance, focusing on the needs of the infrastructure sector.
It is open to fresh graduates and professionals in the midst of their career.
For fresh graduates, the eligibility to this program is generally a Bachelor’s degree with at least 50 percent marks or equivalent.
For graduates who have work experience in government, regulatory bodies, industry, research or academic institutions, or consultancy, a minimum work experience of two years is usually required.
Further group discussions and interviews may be applicable as per institution for the selected students.
There is a scope for Infrastructure and Real Estate Management graduates in the following fields,
The MBA program is usually divided into four semesters.
The first semester usually has core subjects like business management, managerial economics, financial accounting and computer applications, and industry-specific subjects like urban infrastructure and real estate, and urban planning and urbanization process.
The second semester generally includes subjects like financial management, research methodology and business law as core subjects. Real estate economics, real estate marketing and research, project management and business development of real estate are industry-specific subjects which might be taught in this semester.
In the third semester, you will usually find subjects like strategic management and quantitative techniques as core subjects, and legal framework of urban infrastructure and real estate, real estate valuation, funding and investment options, and land procurement and acquisition as industry-focused subjects.
The last semester will most probably cover industry-related subjects like construction, contract and safety management, sustainability in built environment, facilities management in large complexes, real estate project implementation and monitoring, and affordable housing. Management in action, social, economic or ethical issues can be part of the core subjects in the syllabus for the final semester. Most universities insist on a project and/or summer internships between the two years of study.
Some institutes that offer a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Infrastructure Management, Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure and similar infrastructure management courses are listed below,
|1||Manonmaniam Sundaranar University – Tirunelveli|
|2||RICS School of Built Environment – Noida|
|3||TERI University – New Delhi|
|4||University of Petroleum and Energy Studies – Dehradun|