FLAME University offers a two-year full time MBA. Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship and Operations are offered as specializations. Learning during the program happens both in classrooms and beyond it. Our pedagogy is distinct and different from other MBA programs in India. We believe in case study method and research based projects; not just rote learning. Our students are kept on their toes with presentations and learning happens through group discussions, simulations and other pedagogical innovations. Our program is a living network of ideas – one that challenges students to think rigorously and encourages them to put their thinking into action.
FLAME University’s MBA program comprises of Core Courses, Liberal Education Courses, Capstone Courses, Specialization Courses, Open Elective Courses and Experiential Learning Courses.
Core Courses are a set of mandatory prescribed courses of the MBA program shared by all MBA students irrespective of their major or minor.
All MBA students at FLAME University need to take Liberal Education Courses. These courses form the mandatory liberal education component of the MBA program at FLAME University. The Liberal Education Courses are from Social Sciences, Humanities, Foreign Languages and Fine & Performing Arts.
These mandatory courses expose students to ground realities and enable them to make connections between academic work and the real world.
Capstone Courses are a set of mandatory prescribed general management courses which provide holistic understanding of the management domain.
Specialization Courses provide students the opportunity to delve deeper into an academic area of their choice.
The primary area of specialization is called the major. A major represents focus on a particular area of study and is generally achieved through a selection of courses from a group of predetermined options. Choosing/declaring a Major is not a mandatory requirement but highly recommended. Students can utilize the number of courses that constitute the requirements of a Major to study Open Elective courses subject to prerequisites.
The secondary area of specialization is called a minor. A Minor must be clearly distinct from the Major in a student’s program in that courses used to satisfy a requirement in a Major cannot be used to satisfy a requirement for a Minor. Choosing/declaring a Minor is not a mandatory requirement but highly recommended. Students can utilize the number of courses that constitute the requirements of a Minor to study Open Elective courses subject to prerequisites.
Open Elective courses are any postgraduate level business/management courses that students may choose without restriction (subject to meeting course prerequisites). The number of Open Elective courses will depend on whether a student declares/chooses a major or minor.
The MBA program is offered in a semester model using a choice based credit system. Each semester is further divided into two terms. Thus the program is offered in four semesters comprising of eight terms.