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Our Masters of Business Administration program in Pharmaceutical Management offers an exclusive combination of core business management subjects and pharmaceutical knowledge. The course, while imparting key management skills to you, laboriously explores developments in the latest technologies and functions in the pharmaceutical industry, and prepares you for a successful career in this dynamic industry and to become a competent leader in a changing modern environment.
The integrated business management knowledge with a broad science curriculum that covers distribution management, pharmacology, pharmaceutical development, regulatory frameworks, and quality control further deepens your understanding of the subjects. An MBA in Pharmaceutical Management thus equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to manage a pharmaceutical company or department, including financial analysis and management, marketing, strategic planning, human resources and regulatory compliance.
The curriculum for MBA Pharmaceutical Management equips you with the necessary business skills and Integrates this with the pharmaceutical science knowledge needed in product development and management. The experiential learning program will help you develop skills to enable organisations to capitalise on scientific breakthroughs across the product life cycle, from development to pre- and post-market launch, bringing your transition into the industry one step closer.
Structurally, MBA Pharmaceutical Management is a 2 – year full-time degree program spread over 4 semesters of 6 months’ duration each. The program follows module-based teaching – each module has two subjects of two to three credits, with each credit amounting to 18 hours of study including classroom teaching projects and assignments. The first year of the course covers core subjects such as marketing, finance, operations management, and human resource management. In second year, students have the option to choose from various electives such as pharmacology, clinical research, and regulatory affairs.
Our MBA Pharmaceutical Management students may look forward to a progressive and gratifying career as, but not limited to:
In order to pursue MBA in Pharmaceutical Management, the students can start their application by:
I decided to pursue my MBA as an investment to accelerate my career. Therefore, I chose Chitkara Business School (CBS) for its academic quality, class sizes, reputation, and the quality of the students, placement record, and alumni network. The faculty is outstanding, CBS has deep ties with the industry, and you get to learn through doing, basically allowing you to apply every lesson to real-world practice. Over the last two years, I have realized studying at Chitkara Business School has been the best decision of my life.Deepanshi Bajaj
MBA in Pharmaceutical Management is a 2 year post graduate degree program specifically built for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry. This course should be taken up by those individuals who wish to develop a cross-disciplinary understanding of the drug development process and gain new leadership skills.
Furthermore, the program provides a comprehensive understanding of business development, product launch, lifecycle management, data analysis, strategic management, human resource management, etc. for achieving organisational goals.
For admission in Chitkara University’s MBA Pharmaceutical Management program, a student must have appeared in any one of these tests: CAT/NMAT/CMAT/XAT. However, if the student missed out on appearing in these exams, they may appear for Chitkara University test.
Ingeneral, MBA is one of the most sought-after courses. It is basically a versatile degree which opens up a world of opportunities for students. The course helps students improve their management skills, making them eligible for managerial positions in the pharmaceutical industry. Thus, one can expect to start from mid or top-level management and pay a direct role in the strategic initiatives of the organisation.