Aegis School of Business:
Aegis School of Business in Navi Mumbai is headed by Thor Hendrickson, who is a BS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA and an MBA from London Business School (LBS), UK. Holder of multiple design and engineering patents, he is a leading consultant in New Product Development. Dean Hendrickson's team developed the Aegis School of Business Mumbai MBA with the help of Indian managers and human resource directors of top firms such as Oracle, Accenture, Boston Consulting Group (BCG), and Bharti. The result is a one year Full-Time MBA Programme designed to accelerate the careers of young, motivated professionals impatient to achieve success.
One year Full-Time MBA Programme
- One of only five top one year MBA programmes in India as per the Economics Times along with ISB, IIM Ahmdebad and SP Jain
- The most international MBA programme in India
- Over 50 percent of courses taught by Western faculty
- International academic alliance with Instituto de Empresa (IE), ranked 8th in the world according to the Economist
- The most cost effective programme in its league
Teaches the basics of accounting with an emphasis on understanding accounts, managing the finances of a business, project valuation and company valuation.
Basics of finance with an emphasis on project finance. Introduces the student to Net Present Value (NPV), nominal and real interest rates, risk, return, the opportunity cost of capital, portfolio theory and the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC).
Explores the application of macro- and microeconomic theories in a business context with an emphasis on international trade. It is recommended that students familiarise themselves with macro- and microeconomics before commencing the course.
Introduces the student to basic human psychology, employee/employer feedback practices and selection theory (predominantly psychometric analysis and interviewing). Human Resources also teaches soft management skills such as working within a multicultural setting.
Provides a structured approach to marketing, guiding the student through market analysis, customer segmentation, product development, service development and marketing implementation.
Prepares the student to manage an operational firm or group within a firm with optimal efficiency. Teaches the fundamentals of work flow design, inventory management, logistics, queuing theory, quality control and system design.
Introduces the student to best practices in managing a technology business. Elaborates on pertinent theories such as product lifecycle, time to market, concurrent engineering and new product development.
Each student works under the supervision of a faculty member to analyse a business topic of the student's choosing. Students are expected to spend a minimum of 15 working days on the Research Project.
Advanced Corporate Finance
Using the work of Modigliani and Miller as a foundation, Advanced Corporate Finance introduces the student to capital asset pricing, dividend theory, corporate taxes, venture funding (venture capital, debt, public offerings), option theory, mergers and corporate governance.
Teaches sales, negotiation and networking skills with an emphasis on start-up and family businesses.
Decision and Risk Analysis
Teaches statistics, risk theory, gaming theory, decision analysis and quantitative managerial methods.
Managerial Accounting and Management Systems
Teaches managerial accounting with an emphasis on multi-division and multi-national accounting. Introduces the student to Management Information Systems (MIS) such as customer Resource Management (CRS) and trains the student to a proficient level in a world-class MIS system.
Marketing Strategy and Communications
Elucidates the intricacies of strategy with regard to marketing and introduces the fundamentals of internal and external marketing communications in an international setting.
Explains how to structure project groups and firms, taking into account personality types, individual goals, diverging incentives, varying skill sets, cultural factors, communication practicalities and changing competitive environments. Particular emphasis is placed on outsourcing and supplier relationships.
Leverages all of the core MBA skills to interpret the future and exploit market possibilities. Focusing on start-ups and family businesses, the student learns to develop strategies, create models and lead implementation.
Students will typically work in a two-person team on a consultancy project for a corporate client. Guided by a professor, students will resolve a critical business challenge of the client. Each student is expected to spend a minimum of 20 days on the Industry Project. Although negotiated between project teams and clients on an individual basis, teams can expect significant remuneration from clients for their services.
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