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The curriculum for MBA in Supply Chain Management is designed to equip our graduates with the concept and practices of SCM which will help them deliver corporate success through a more efficient coordination with their suppliers, and customers.

The program has been designed to suit the requirements of students to enable them to get involved in SCM operational activities like procurement, production planning, logistics planning and sales & distribution planning, and strategic
activities like vendor selection and management, SCM network optimization, and product/process redesign for SCM.

Further to enable supply chain practitioners comprehend and leverage the business environment as well as equip them with skills to assume greater responsibilities cross-functionally, the program includes topics on fundamental aspects of management theory.

Some of the main topics covered under the 2-year program are:
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Accounting
  • Organisational Behaviour & Management Principles
  • Economics for Managers
  • Statistics for Managers
  • Corporate Communication
  • Cost & Management Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Research Methods
  • Business Ethics
  • Financial Management
  • Commercial Geography
  • Applied Operations Research
  • Digital Marketing
  • Principles of SCM & Logistics
  • International Trade & Operations
  • Inventory & Warehouse Management
  • Product & Brand Management
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Distribution Management & E-Commerce
  • Services Marketing
  • Integrated Marketing Communication
  • Strategic & Operational Issues in SCM
  • International Logistics & Global SCM
  • Supply Chain Performance Metrics & Modelling
  • Emerging Trends in SCM & Logistics Operations
  • Liner Shipping Business

Coupled with Chitkara Business School’s world-class faculty and the application of a 21st-century business curriculum, the program offers students rich opportunities to closely examine theories, industry practices and trends in logistics and supply chain management. Students graduate from the specialization with an in-depth insight into logistics and supply chain management, and armed with the knowledge and skills required to reduce supply chain complexities, improve services levels and minimize costs.

  • Conceptual framework of financial reporting
  • Corporate Financial Statements
  • Balance Sheet
  • Profit and Loss Statement
  • Cash Flow Statement Analyzing Financial Statements
  • Financial Ratios
  • Core Concepts of Marketing
  • Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning
  • Decisions Elements of Marketing Mix: Product Decisions, Price Decisions, Placement Decisions and Promotion Decisions
  • Strategy & Strategic management process
  • Evaluating firms’ external and internal environments Business-level & Corporate strategies
  • Organization Structure and design
Microeconomics concepts
  • Demand-supply Analysis
  • Elasticity
  • Opportunity Cost
  • Production Costs
  • Firm Behavior
  • Perfect Competition
  • Monopoly
  • Pricing Strategies
International Trade
  • Theories of international trade
  • Trade pattern across the world- trade and investment linkage through production networks
  • Trade policy instruments-tariff, quota and other measures WTO and Trade Blocks

Each course will be taught with the help of case studies, live corporate examples and general discussions. In order to provide greater industry insights, business leaders from the different industries would be invited to share their experiences.

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