MBA (Master of Business Administration)

For every tall building there should be a strong foundation. Likewise, for every successful manager too there exits a strong base. The curriculum enables the students to lay strong foundation on each of the subjects which would help them to move to the right path and reaches its zenith.

Semester I

Economy for Managers

Accounting for managers

Mathematics and statitics

Business Law

Managerial Communication

Principles and Practice

Information Technology for Managers

Semester II

financial Management

Operation Research for Managers

Markting Management

Organisational Behavior

Human Resource management

Production and Operations Management

Research Methodology for Managers

Semester III

indian Business Environment

Indian Management Ethos and Practice

Management Information System

Elective No.1

Elective No.2

Elective No.3

Elective No.4

Semester IV

Strategic Management

Project Management

Materials Management

Elective No.5

Elective No.6

Elective No.7

Elective No.8




Human Resource Management

International Business Management

Information Technology & Systems

Security Ananlysis & invests Managements

Risk Management and Derivatives

Portfolio Management

Cost Systems and Controls

International Finance

Indian Financial Systems & Services

Strategic financial Management

Working Capital Management

Money and Capital Market

Venture Capital Management

Industial Marketing

International Marketing

Consumer Bahaviour

Services Marketing

Advertising Management

Marketing Research

Sales Distribution Management

Retail Management

Supply Chain Management

Product and brand Management

Managerial Performance Appraisal

recruitment, Selection and Placement

Management Training and Development

Wage Salary Administration

Organisation Development

Comparative management Systems

Labour Laws

Management of Industrial Relations

Human resource Palanning and Development

Managing Self and Others

International Business Environment

Management of Foreign Trade

Management of International Buisness

Emerging Trends in International Business

International Capital Markets

International Financial Management

International Marketing Management

Country Studies

management of Joint Ventures

International Human Resource management

Database Management in Business

Enterprise resource Planning

Emerging Trends in IT/E-Commerce

Software Project Management

Advancesd Operations Research

System Analysis and Design

Business Process reengineering

Management Support Systems

Electronic Commerse(E-Commerce)

Business Data Networks

Examination & Grading*

At the end of each semester there will be an external University examination of three hour duration for all the papers stipulated by the University. Separate minimum of 50% marks is to be obtained for both external examination and internal assessments, for a candidate declared to have passed the course. In addition to this, students have to submit project report during the end of fourth semester and also to attend viva-voce. They have to secure atleast 50% marks in project report and Viva -Voce, for satisfactory completion of the course and for the award of MBA degree by the University.

The internal assessment marks are to be awarded by the concerned faculty of each subject on the basis of following components.

Components Marks
Attendance 5
Seminar/ Presentation 5 + 5
Assignment 5
Initiative and class participation 5
Sense of responsibility and positive attitude 5
Class test 10
Total Marks 40

Even if a candidate secures 50% marks in all the external examination, but fails to obtain 50% (marks in the internal assessment of any paper, he/she is not eligible to pass MBA course. Kannur University has adopted this regulation inorder to equip the students to be sincere and committed in all internal assignments.

* Subject to change as per Kannur University Rules & Regulations