Brief Curriculum

 

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) is a 3 years full time Programme offered by University of Mumbai.. Each year is divided into 2 semesters. The course consists of 40 modules comprising 39 theory papers and 1 project of 100 marks.

 

First Year BMS Semester 1

First Year BMS Semester 2

Introduction to Financial Accounts

Principles of Marketing

Business Law

Industrial Law

Business Statistics

Business Mathematics

Business Communication– I

Business Communication -II

Foundation Course – I

Foundation Course - II

Foundation of Human Skills

Business Environment

Business Economics-I

Principles of Management

Second Year BMS Semester 3

Second Year BMS Semester 4

Information Technology in Business Management – I

Information Technology in Business Management – II

Environmental Management

Business Economics-II

Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management

Business Research Methods

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

Ethics & Governance

Strategic Management

Production & Total Quality Management

Finance Group Electives:

Finance Group Electives:

Basics of Financial Services

Financial Institutions & Markets

Corporate Finance

Auditing

Marketing Electives:

Marketing Electives:

Consumer Behavior

Integrated Marketing Communication

Advertising

Rural Marketing

Third Year BMS Semester 5

Third Year BMS Semester 6

Logistics & SCM

Operations Research

Ethics & Governance

Indian Ethos in Management

Project work

Corporate Communication & PR

Finance Group Electives:

Finance Group Electives:

IAPM

Risk Management

Commodity & Derivatives Market

International Finance

Wealth Management

Innovative Financial Services

Strategic Finance Management

Project Management

Marketing Group Electives:

Marketing Group Electives:

Services Marketing

Brand Management

E Commerce & Digital Marketing

Retail Management

Sales & Distribution Management

International Marketing

Customer Relation Management

Media Planning & Management

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