The Amrut Mody School of Management offers a rigorous, multi-disciplinary approach to education. Both conceptual and practical learning are facilitated by highly engaged faculty, state-of-the-art curricula and an exciting, intellectually diverse university campus. We offer a choice-based credit system that allows students in all programmes to determine their own pace and workload through the duration of their course. The school also includes a unique and highly specialised learning centre, the Centre For Heritage Management.
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We offer a full range of management programmes, starting with undergraduate studies in commerce and business administration to master’s programmes and doctoral studies in management. The school offers outstanding facilities to supplement learning in every programme, such as a talented and diverse faculty; an inter-disciplinary approach to research and academics; centres for practical experience; excellent athletics and recreation facilities; and more. In addition, each programme includes unique features to enable the best practical learning and industry experience for all students.
Our specialists in the Executive Education programme work closely with clients to develop skills and know-how specific to their organisational requirements. Course content and learning formats are customised to deliver meaningful, specialised management education to career-driven working professionals. You can learn more about the Global Executive MBA degree in Pharmaceutical Management programme by clicking the following header.
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The Case Unit is a collection of management cases and teaching material authored or co-authored by our faculty, students and other stakeholders. The AMSOM Case Unit includes in-class testing and rigorous expert review for cases developed by faculty members. In the long run, the Case Unit will be a rich, regularly updated body of case literature, available to academics and teachers of management at both the undergraduate and post-graduate levels.
As a development initiative, the Case Unit also organises workshops on effective writing and teaching of cases to encourage this as a form of research and to enhance the learning experience.