2 years (4 Semesters)
Programme Format :
Blended Learning-Online-PCP ( Personal Contact Programme)
15-18 hours per Week
Payment Options :
One Time Payment Option
Flexi EMI Option available
Card less EMIs
MBA is a unique qualification that will build and develop your business skills. You'll be able to critically assess multiple perspectives and start applying your new understanding of management as you study. Designed for practising senior and middle-level managers, it will develop your strategic analysis, interdisciplinary skills, creativity and innovation. With an international emphasis and global reputation, our MBA programme is highly attractive for all ambitious executives.
Amity is offering materials and curriculum from the UK’s Open University Business School MBA which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). The Open University’s triple accredited status puts it in the top one per cent of business schools in the world.
The MBA is a career development generalist programme for those who have significant post-graduation and relevant work experience on which the learning process should build. The main emphasis of the programme is on leadership through strategic management. While the academic level is masters, there is a strong practical and professional orientation to the curriculum.
As an MBA graduate you should be able to ground your new knowledge within the base of your professional experience. You will be able to reflect on and learn from that prior experience and thus be able to integrate new knowledge with past experience and apply it to new situations. You will be able to challenge preconceptions and to remove subject and functional boundaries so as to handle complex situations holistically. You should also have particular strengths in analysing, synthesising and solving complex, unstructured business problems. In addition to being able to communicate your findings, you should have developed the skills to implement agreed solutions effectively and efficiently. You should therefore have strongly developed interpersonal skills and be able to interact effectively with a range of specialists.
The MBA is directed both at the acquisition and critical understanding of a body of knowledge and at the acquisition of a range of personal capabilities.
The qualification provides opportunities for you to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, qualities, skills and other attributes in the following areas:
Knowledge and understanding
You will be able to collect relevant information across a range of areas pertaining to a current situation, analyse that information and synthesise it into an appropriate form in order to evaluate situations and alternative courses of action that may be contemplated. Within the broad framework of organisations, their external context and management, you will be able to use knowledge to analyse (e.g. by classifying, contrasting, discriminating, examining), to synthesise (e.g. by constructing, creating, formulating, hypothesising, negotiating, planning, validating) and to evaluate (e.g. by appraising, concluding, judging, measuring, prioritising, recommending) cases in the following topic areas:
the impact of contextual forces on organisations including legal systems; ethical, economic, environmental, social and technological change issues; international developments; corporate governance markets and customers; the development and operation of markets for resources, goods and services; expectations of customers and equivalent stakeholders, service and orientation the concepts, processes and institutions in the production and marketing of goods and/or services; the management of resources and operations the financing of the business enterprise or other forms of organisations: sources, uses and management of finance; use of accounting for managerial and financial reporting applications the management and development of people within organisations: organisational theory, behaviour, industrial/employee relations, human resource management, change management the development of appropriate business policies and strategies within a changing context to meet stakeholder interests.
When you have completed your MBA you will be able to:
think critically and creatively: manage creative processes in yourself and others; organise thought, analysis, synthesis and critical appraisal; including to identify assumptions, evaluate statements in terms of evidence, detect false logic or reasoning, identify implicit values, define terms adequately and generalise appropriately tackle situations by establishing criteria, formulating potential courses of action implementing and controlling selected courses of action, evaluating results, and reviewing processes exercise and develop relevant personal and interactive skills.
Practical and/or professional skills
When you have completed your MBA you will be able to:
select appropriate leadership style for situations set targets, motivate, monitor performance, coach and mentor, in order to continuously improve the people, activities, operations and units being managed recognise situations in which unusual ethical matters arise; and apply ethical, societal and organisational values to situations and choices conduct some research into business and management issues and explore different frameworks of analysis learn through reflection on practice and experience.
When you have completed your MBA you will be able to:
scan and organise data, abstracting meaning from information and sharing knowledge perform everyday mathematical skills in relation to quantitative data, including using models of business situations; exercise basic qualitative research skills use proficiently communication and information technology, including word-processing and spreadsheet software, messaging and conferencing, and the internet communicate effectively, orally and in writing, using a range of media, including preparing and appraising business reports; including listening to, negotiating with and persuading and influencing others exercise self-awareness and self-management, perform time management; exercise sensitivity to diversity in people and different situations; and continue learning and reflection in your workplace perform effectively within a team environment, and recognise and utilise other people’s contributions in group processes; perform team selection, delegation, development and management.
The structure of the program is categorized in two modules:
The emphasis for your learning is directly rooted in management practice. The ‘master’ in the degree title signifies your ‘mastery’ of the art and science of management.
To achieve this level of capability the general MBA programme concentrates on strategic analysis, interdisciplinary skills, intellectual stimulation and independent judgement and covers core themes such as: critical engagement; embedding theory in practice and global impact awareness.
Core disciplines that you'll study include human resource management, organisational behaviour, accounting and finance, marketing and operations.
In total, 75 per cent of the programme consists of compulsory elements with 25 per cent comprising elective modules. This enables you to select the curriculum to suit your needs. MBA modules are challenging, but will always direct you towards improving your management capabilities.
You learn through two inter-related methods. First, using a range of specially-written study materials, case studies, original texts, study guides and assignments and through a range of multi-media material and activities. Secondly, your learning is supported through an allocated tutor. This tutor is your first and main point of contact. The tutor answers queries on the materials, grades and comments on your work and arranges and runs tutorials, face to face or online.
Samples of tutors’ marking and comments are monitored by members of the central module team or experienced tutors who provide feedback to generate comments intended to support and develop tutors’ assessment and grading of assignments.
In some cases the assignments may be formative (for example at the beginning of a module to enable you to develop your confidence), but usually they are summative, i.e. they count towards your module result. Modules may also include computer-marked assignments or examination papers.
Formative assessment in the form of informal self-assessed questions allow you progressively to assess your own progress and understanding. Formal assessment of knowledge and understanding components of the programme is achieved by a series of tutor-marked assignments (TMAs). These assignments are marked and assessed by the module tutor. They are central to the teaching of the module since they allow you an opportunity to display your knowledge and understanding – and in consequence any issues concerning either – and so enable tutors to identify and comment on your knowledge and understanding. Tutors receive detailed marking guidance from the module team.
Online forums You are also encouraged to participate in online forums at both national and local levels. This gives you a chance to share and resolve issues with fellow students as well as tutors and the module team.
Examinations Most modules also include a three-hour written examination but may involve an end-of-module assessment which could include an investigation-based report.
Skills development and assessment Cognitive skills in the programme are developed through a range of activities within the programme’s modules. Case studies and residential school activities allow students to engage with the issues around management and develop appropriate analysis, evaluation and problem-solving skills.
Skills associated with working with others in a group are developed at the residential schools, which are compulsory components of the compulsory modules within the MBA.
The programme materials and support from tutors helps develop your skills in managing your own learning. In particular, many of the modules expect you to work largely under your own direction and initiative. You are expected to reflect on your own performance, identify your own learning needs and develop appropriate learning strategies.
Key skills will also be assessed in each end-of-module examination.
You are expected to have work experience in management. As such, you should already have gained some of these skills. The programme will however allow you to demonstrate and develop them further.
Evidence of practical and professional skills will be apparent in all TMAs and tutors will comment on the evidence of skills as well as on demonstrated levels of knowledge and understanding.
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Applicant must possess sufficient knowledge and understanding of ENGLISH Language. Candidates whose first Language is not English must have completed at least three (3) years of Academic Qualifications under English Medium.
Graduation Degree in any stream
Applicants who do not meet the minimum academic eligibility criteria but who have significant and relevant 3 years professional work experience in their chosen field may be considered for entry providing they can evidence the ability to study at the Post Graduate academic level.
Amity follows robust learner-centric academic delivery mechanism. Our learning resources include a host of self-learning materials that help the learners in gaining knowledge through multiple modes. This way retention and application of knowledge become simple and easy.
Key features of the course
MBA Curriculum has been opted from OU Busienss School with triple-accredited status puts in an elite group of business schools in the world Practice-based learning brings your MBA to life in your workplace Flexible options enable you to adjust the curriculum to suit your needs Strong international emphasis essential for developing leaders in a global marketplace Join an influential network of over 25000 alumni in 100 countries when you graduate.