Executive, Part Time, Financial Mba Programs Under One Roof

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Management programs are offered through on campus and off campus. There are many types of management programs Full Time MBA, Part time MBA, Executive MBA, One Year MBA, Two Year Post Graduate Diploma, One Year Post Graduate Diploma, Distance Learning MBA and Online MBA. Management programs are offered in a variety of subjects like Human Resource, Financial Management, Retail Management, Accounting, Leaderships, Hospital Management, Marketing, International Trade, and many others.

Retail sector is rising very rapidly. The retail sector is full of opportunities and challenges. The expected requirement of professional manpower is likely to be .6 million at the store level manager by 2011. The Indian retail environment is filled with large malls, chain of retail outlets and shopping complexes. The demand for manpower is also growing in the area of supply chain and procurement, retail merchandising, store operations management, and point of sale material, mall management and retail service operations. There is a high demand for professional manpower to man the emerging organized retail industry. To fulfill the requirement of manpower at various levels in retail management, many Indian management institutes and business schools have started to offer retail management programs.

Executive MBA programs provide an occasion for working professionals to earn a masters degree in Business Administration. Executive MBA programs dont create any disruption in work and personal pursuits. This type of program includes a cohort class structure which offers a lockstep, planned curriculum in an executive setting. Executive MBA (EMBA) students are asked to complete their degrees within the time offered. They gain a wide range of new skills and sharpen their analytical abilities by combining coursework with day-to-day professional experience pursuing Executive MBA program. The main feature of an EMBA program is the cooperative professional experience of its participants, which deeply enriches the educational environment. A team approach is frequently used to allow for the sharing of different perspectives on various topics. The students of EMBA possess many years of significant, post-baccalaureate career experience. Most of EMBA students are supported financially and through release time by their employing companies, and all carry on to work full-time while enrolled in executive MBA programs. Class structure and class size facilitate close interaction between faculty and participants to ensure optimum benefits to participants and the sponsoring organizations.

Financial management programs have gained enormous popularity. Financial management programs offer a very rewarding career. Chartered Financial Analysis course is one of financial management programs. Having an MBA with Marketing and Finance specialization helps in making a career in financial management. Management of Business Finance or Cost & Management Accountancy, Chartered Accountancy programs can also be learned to gain skills in financial management. Part Time MBA is offered to those professionals who are unable to attend the classes of Full Time MBA. Part time MBA is very helpful. The classes of part time MBA are normally on weekends or in the evening. Part time MBA programs last for three years or more than three years depending on the institutes and the programs you have enrolled into.
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    Marie- 2010/12/08 01:42:28 am

    I just enrolled in one of Thunderbird's executive MBA programs. I find it very interesting that there's an MBA for retail management, I never knew there was a focus for retail management. When I was getting my undergrad I worked in retail and really enjoyed it and even moved up within the store (a large upscale department store). At one point I almost quit school to further my career with the company, but then had a change of heart and kept with school eventually leaving retail once I found a job in my field of study. I'm glad to be where I am now, but at least I always have retail to fall back on and I could get my MBA for it as well.

This article was published on 2010/12/07