IIT Delhi – DMS (MBA education the IIT way)


Department of Management Studies

The Department currently runs three MBA programs: a two-year full-time MBA program (flagship program of DMS), a two-year full-time MBA program with focus on ‘Telecommunication Systems Management’ under the aegis of Bharti School of Telecom Technology and Management and a three-year Executive MBA program with focus on ‘Technology Management’.

Masters in Business Administration

With the unique features of systems orientation and a blend of creativity and analytical problem-solving skills, MBA Full Time is aimed to develop holistic managers who internalize a synthesis of conventional and modern management – thinking and who can comfortably adapt to changing business requirements. The program provides the students with various routes to the industry, matching its requirements with their skills and predispositions. Every student gets the opportunity to take courses in major-streams: Information Systems, Finance, Marketing, Strategic Management and Operations Management. Along with the functional areas of specialization, the students also get a cross functional perspective.

MBA (Telecommunication Systems Management)

The MBA Full Time Program with focus in Telecommunication Systems Management is a hallmark of techno-managerial excellence imparted to the scholars at DMS. This programme draws Telecom technology inputs from Bharti School of Telecom Technology and Management of IIT Delhi. The inclusive nature of the program fosters creation of effective managers across different domains, equipping them with holistic skills and a strategic advantage when it comes to leading business in the Telecom sector.

Executive MBA – 3 years MBA in Technology Management

For the Indian industry to gain global competitiveness, effective management of technology is crucial. This would mean using technology as a strategic variable to gain competitive advantage and would require an organization to critically understand processes of technology planning and strategy, management of technology transfer and absorption, and more.

 

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