The inductive learning model of MBA at PBS transcends the confines of facts and theories—a process that teaches individuals not only how to manage organizations, but also how to continually grow and learn throughout life. The PBS MBA, in fact, blends theory with practical applications, consolidated further by insightful (guest) lectures, thorough examinations of real-life cases, field studies, project works, workshops and seminars, presentation sessions, and training programs. Moreover, the program keeps itself abreast of the current trends, hence, fashioning the careers and honing the skills of future CEOs, managers and otherwise through as much empirical learning as through abstract theories. Students also benefit from an array of elective specializations. Some major areas of specialization are explored on the basis of the current international job market trends and needs.
About the Course
The MBA Supply Chain Management is focused on the study of the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption, based on efforts of multiple organizations. Students will learn how to maximize customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Emphasis is placed on product development, sourcing, production, and logistics, as well as the information systems needed to coordinate these activities. It focuses on the overall process of maximizing customer value to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage.