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The iMBA is a full-time five-year degree programme which combines the BBA and MBA degrees. The iMBA emphasises experiential learning through industry-based projects. Learning focuses on family businesses, entrepreneurship, and international business. An entire semester is dedicated to corporate internships.
The iMSc is a full-time five-year Masters programme that offers specialisations in biochemistry, biotechnology and microbiology. It develops and encourages serious research and innovation in the life sciences. Students are offered the option to leave with a B. Tech degree after four years of study.
The MBA is a full-time two-year Masters programme with a provision for dual specialisation. Mentorships and summer internships are central to the programme curriculum. An additional crucial component, the Individual Social Responsibility Initiative, is a mandatory two-year course that enables every student to engage seriously with questions of social development.
The MTech in CSE is a full-time two-year programme with specialisations in data science and analytics. The curriculum combines computer science, applied mathematics, and statistics, with business domains such as finance, marketing, supply chain management, e-commerce, and agriculture. The programme facilitates one year of research and industry-based thesis work.
The Master in Computer Studies is a two-year Lateral Entry programme for graduates who have completed BCA and BSc. The curriculum is contemporary and industry oriented with specializations in current and emerging trends in IT and Computing. The programme is offered at the School of Computer Studies.
The Masters Programme in Management Studies (Heritage Management), the first of its kind in India, is a two-year degree programme. It offers a mixed pedagogical approach, combining classroom experience with experiential learning. In addition to rigorous academic work, students benefit from the Centre’s Journal of Heritage Management, Annual International Conference and numerous on-going projects.
The Master in Life Sciences (MSc) focuses on nanobiotechnology and affordable healthcare. The faculty consists of working scientists, who impart hands-on training and research-based learning. Selected students are allowed to pursue one year of full-time research in their third and fourth semesters. The programme emphasizes multidisciplinary research and academia-industry interface. The programme is offered by the Division of Biological and Life Sciences at the School of Arts and Sciences.