Program Structure

The programs are offered as a two – tier system of stand-alone as well as integrated package.  At the foundation level, Diploma in Management (DipM) is offered and at the advanced level Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) is available.  DipM is both a stand-alone and an integrated study program.  As a stand –alone program, DipM offers students an option to terminate their study program after its completion in which case they will get a certificate of DipM from the School.  As an integrated package, DipM is the foundation for PGDM.  Those who meet requirements for post graduate diploma level may continue and after completion of the requirements will get a certificate of PGDM from the University.    

Diploma in Management (DipM)

DipM provides a broad-based, practical introduction to the key management ideas, techniques, and overall competencies needed in order to manage effectively and productively in enterprises.  It is a one trimester program stretched over 14 weeks (three and a half months).  Students are required to take a total of 10 credit hours course load comprising foundation management courses.  

Foundation Courses

  1. Communications at Work [2 Credits]
  2. Managing Organizations [2 Credits]
  3. Managing People [2 Credits]
  4. Managing Market and Customers [2 Credits]
  5. Accounting for Management [2 Credits]

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

PGDM is an advance study program that builds on and extends the learning contents and experience of the DipM program.  It is an intensive one year study program spread over three trimesters of 14 weeks each. Students are required to take a total course load of 28 credit hours that includes foundation courses (offered in DipM), core management courses, and an integrative project work.  Credits earned in the PGDM program are transferable into Executive MBA program of the School as decided by the Dean.

Core Management Courses

  1. Interpersonal Communication Skills [2 Credits]
  2. Managing Finance [2 Credits]
  3. Development of Marketing Plan [2 Credits]
  4. Managing Human Resource Systems [2 Credits]
  5. Managing Information [2 Credits]
  6. Managing Projects  [2 Credits]
  7. Enterprise Development [2 Credits]
  8. Managing Change and Organizational Development [2 Credits]
  9. Integrative Project Work (involving a Real Life Management Problem) [2 Credits]