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Zhu Heng is from mainland CHINA, he has 6 years of business experience in International Trade, and worked in China and Sweden. Currently doing his One Year MBA/PGP at Aegis.


Course Curriculum - MBA

The curriculum of MBA is designed and developed to meet the needs of future corporate leaders in consultation with top firms. Some of these firms include Bharti AirTel, Oracle, Wipro, Accenture, Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Crisil, Reliance Communication, Tata Communications, Orange, Vodafone, Avaya GlobalConnect, Ericsson, Nokia, Bain, ICICI Bank, and Indus Venture etc.

Total Credit Hours of Program: 45 credit hrs
Each course is of 1.5 credit hrs to 3 credit hrs
Core Courses: 36 credit hrs
Elective Courses: 9 credit hrs

Core Courses


In addition to the compulsory subjects, students will choose 9 credit hrs elective courses from the following groups:
*The school may consider some credit unit transfer for the courses candidate has completed during MBA

Other Activities:

Leaders Speakers Series

A learning dialog. An opportunity for students and alumni to meet and
learn from the thought leaders.

Industry Domain Expert Lectures

It offers of great opportunity to meet and share knowledge with various Industry Domain Experts for various top firms.

Business Consulting Workshop

This workshop talks about Business Consulting and what skills, experiences, and connections you need to start your career as a consultant with a business consulting firm, the government, or a nonprofit.  

Managing Career Workshop  

This workshop is aimed to help you: To map out your career skills and career development to date, Explore possible directions for the future and develop your own strategy to take control of your career 

Panel Discussions

Aegis organizes various panel discussions across the country. It offers great opportunity to students to interact with leaders and experts.


MKT602 Marketing Management

Provides a structured approach to marketing management, guiding the student through market analysis, customer segmentation, product development, service development and marketing implementation. The objective of the course is to give the students an understanding of marketing as an inherent area of their responsibility. They will be exposed to core concepts of marketing that will be found useful in understanding markets, trends, customers, competition and other areas when working in any organization.

FIN501 Finance Fundamentals

This course teaches the nature and workings of financial markets and their use by corporations, investors and others. They will acquire some skills in modern valuation techniques, including the pricing of fixed-income securities, equities, foreign exchange and derivatives. They will learn about the principles of finance, including arbitrage, market efficiency, and portfolio theory. In the context of corporate finance, the course will introduce the key principles of selecting real investments, financing them, and managing financial risk. From the point of view of investors, individual as well as institutional, we will consider the principles of portfolio selection and management. Finally, the course will look at how banks and other financial institutions make money by bringing issuers and investors together.

HRM400 Human Resources Management

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.

MNS206 Business Research Methods

This course introduces the student to basic business-related research methods. Areas of study include the research process, problem solving, research design, data collection qualitative methods for data collection such as surveys, interviewing, observation, and data analysis using SPSS.

MNS683 Decision and Risk Analysis

Decision and Risk Analysis for management as a focus on the application of mathematical models in decision making.  All the techniques on basic mathematics, operations research and statistics are introduced to enable individuals to pick up the right one for particular problem at hand ranging from optimization technique, decision under uncertainty to tackling problems common to research situation.

BUC400 Business Communication

Writing and speaking skills necessary for a career in management. Students polish communication strategies and methods through discussion of principles, examples, and cases. Several written and oral assignments, most based on material from other subjects and from career development activities. Corporate Communication is intended to help you think strategically about communication and to aid you in improving your writing, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills within a managerial setting.  We will look at a range of successful practices and guidelines that have been derived from both research and experience, give you the opportunity to practice your skills, and provide you with feedback to help you strengthen them.  Typically, we will use a workshop format that relies heavily on discussion and in-class exercises.

ACC201 Financial Accounting

The goal of Financial Accounting Concepts is to enable students to understand how any given business event affects the financial statements. To that end, Edmonds' uses a horizontal financial statements model that allows students to see the simultaneous impact of a single business event on all of the key financial statements (the income statement, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows). This model also provides an effective means for comparing the effects of one transaction with the effects of another transaction. These are the big picture relationships that both accounting majors and general business students need to understand to function effectively in the business world.

FIN 800 Corporate Finance

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).

MKT800 Business Development

Teaches sales, negotiation and networking skills with an emphasis on start-up and family businesses.

MGT800 Technology Management

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.

ECO608 Macro Economics & Economic Analysis for Business Decisions

This course is an amalgamation of macroeconomics and managerial (or applied microeconomics). Macro Economics deals with the principles of economics that involve the measurement of and interrelationships between aggregate economic variables, and policies that help ensuring sound health of economy. In the context of globalisation and greater role being assigned to the private enterprise in the erstwhile regulated economies, it is becoming a real challenge for evolving and fine-tuning macroeconomic policies in line with the rapid changes occurring from time to time both in the national and global economy.
The first part of the present course has been designed to help students to familiarise with major macroeconomic variables that determine the macroeconomic state and influence pace of growth of an economy. The course also aims at exposing the management students to influences of such policies on the economic environment in which business organizations need to operate, so that they could make timely and appropriate policy decisions.

Business and economic environment of a country remains dynamic and more so in the present era of globalisation. Latter part of this course is concerned primarily with basic microeconomic principles and concepts, and analyzing of the economic and business environment for arriving at suitable managerial decisions that can be implemented by commercial firms for desired business outcomes.  

MGT442 Strategic Management

The Strategic Management Area allows students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for a managerial approach to running a business in today's competitive environment. This course focuses on some of the important current issues in strategic management. It will concentrate on modern analytical approaches and on enduring successful strategic practices. It is consciously designed with a technological and global outlook since this orientation in many ways highlights the significant emerging trends in strategic management. The course is intended to provide the students with a pragmatic approach that will guide the formulation and implementation of corporate, business, and functional strategies. This course focuses on some of the important current issues in strategic management.

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.

ODV420 Organisational Behaviour

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.

MGT900 Business Consulting practice

The internal consultant role is becoming essential in today’s workplace. All types of organizations and business units recognize the value of analyzing business problems and translating them into the right solutions as a key to getting the right work done. Whether that work is done through projects or ad hoc requests, certain core skills are needed to be effective and to begin operating more as consultants and less like reactionary problem-solvers. Among those skills are the ability to understand and analyze business problems, break down a problem into manageable pieces, and recommend and “sell” solutions that will adequately solve a problem or take advantage of an opportunity.
This course provides industry-standard, practical skills that anyone performing an internal consultant role needs. People will learn effective methods to ask good questions, objectively analyze issues, and gather supporting data to understand business problems and improvement areas. To avoid “jumping to solutions,” our course presents approaches to think critically and understand root causes of problems. And, since acceptance and understanding by business colleagues of findings and recommendations is critical, our course helps people to learn simple and effective ways to document and present their work.
Many practical and engaging exercises and workshops help walk people through the concepts presented, and afford ample practice with the techniques learned. 

What you will learn:

  • Describe what consulting is and why it is critical to success.
  • Use a systematic process to understand problems, analyze needs, and formulate solutions.
  • Use numerous methods of eliciting the right information from your clients in the right situations:
  • Ask questions that cause clients to express their expectation as well as their requirements.
  • Ask questions that help discover hidden requirements.
  • Interview customers to the greatest effect to understand the right problem to solve.
  • Analyze problems with the help of industry-standard tools such as fishbone diagrams, cause-and-effect diagrams, Pareto charts, etc. 
  • Document and present findings and recommendations in a way that gains understanding and acceptance. 
  • Help clients prioritize their needs and your recommendations.

MBA Live consulting project

Application is the acid test for management theory. Without the project element, too much MBA content would escape unchallenged. The project enables you to combine content, integrate subject areas and most importantly test ideas directly with feedback from the real world.

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.

The project represents major part of your MBA assessment and is the perfect opportunity to integrate the skills and knowledge you have acquired and apply them to a major business challenge that your organisation faces. A successful project can have a major impact on your reputation and even position within your organisation.

Projects cover every possible subject including: internal strategic reviews, new market entry strategies, change management challenges, business diversification, mergers and acquisitions and performance measurement.


Aegis works closely with industry to make our students to have better understanding of their requirement. To accomplish that we organize 2 months compulsory internship with industry as a part of the course. During the course students work on various consultancy assignment with various companies.

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