MBA Full Form: The Full form of MBA is Master of Business Administration. MBA Is a globally recognized post-graduate program. You must have a graduation degree to pursue MBA. Globalization is an important factor behind the popularity of MBA. MBA is a trendy course, nowadays there is great demand for MBA professionals in the corporate sector. The inclination of people towards entrepreneurship made this course more popular among youth.
There are different types of MBA courses available. Details of courses mentioned below according to their duration, mode of study:
|MBA Full Time||2 Years||-|
|PGDM||2 Years||Equivalent to MBA|
|MBA Part-Time||3 Years|
|MBA(Distant learning)||-||Distance Education|
MBA originated from America in the early’20s when the country is going through industrialization and companies need specialists to manage their work. The first Business School in the United States was The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania established in 1881. The tuck Business School was established in 1900 at Dartmouth College. In 1908, the very famous Harvard B School was established.
MBA students can choose specialized courses of their interest, these courses are known as Elective Courses. After a specialization in MBA, one can pursue his/her dream career in the field of Marketing, HR, Supply Chain, Operations, IT/Systems, Entrepreneurship, Family Business, Finance. Some of the specialization courses are given below:
Admission to international MBA Courses in top institutes is available through the following entrance exams mentioned below:
You need to excel in the English language and should clear TOFEL or IELTS with a high score to get a good rank.
Entrance exams in India: You have to score high in CAT, XAT, SNAP, CMAT, NMAT by GMAC, MAT exams to get admission to top B Schools of India. Among them, CAT (common admission test) is quite popular in India.
Q. What is the qualification required to pursue MBA?
Ans. Graduation is the minimum eligibility criteria to pursue MBA.
Q. Is Maths required for MBA?
Ans. No, maths is not mandatory to pursue MBA.
Q. Which specialization of MBA are in demand?
Ans. Specializations in Marketing, Finance, International Business, Human Resources Operations Management, Information Systems, and Supply Chain Management are in demand these days.