#CareerBytes: Confused about choosing MBA-specialization? Here's all you should know
MBA is the among the most sought-after courses in India, as it helps prepare students for the corporate world.
The two-year program offers a wide range of courses. In the first year, one typically learns the basic concepts, while in the second, one needs to choose a particular area of specialization.
Here are different MBA specializations to help aspirants choose better, depending on their skill-sets.
High skilled marketing professionals are always in demand
The marketing department is the backbone of any organization.
People with good marketing skills are always in high-demand as they are the ones responsible for bringing in new businesses, increasing market share, growing the revenue among others.
If you have excellent communication skills, resource mobilization skills, ability to study market trends, product management, and consumer behavior, then MBA in Marketing is your true calling.
Human Resource Management creates skilled, knowledgeable workforce for any organization
Human Resource Management plays a crucial role in any organization in creating a skilled and knowledgeable workforce.
The HR's roles include recruitment, training, and development, designing jobs, promotions, benefits, compensation, etc.
One of the key roles of HR involves managing any issues arising between the management and employees.
Those with excellent communication skills, supervision quality, time management skills can opt for MBA in HRM.
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MBA in Finance offers irresistible pay packages
The Finance area seems to be a popular choice among MBA aspirants. It not only offers irresistible pay packages but also provides insights into how the financial world functions.
It prepares students in various areas like investment banking, asset management firms, credit risk management, and international finance among others.
If you have problem-solving and analytical skills, then MBA in Finance is a great option.
Information Technology professionals can efficiently manage e-commerce businesses
Technology has overpowered almost every sector.
As a result, there is always a growing demand for professionals with a combination of business knowledge and specialized courses in information technology.
If you have higher-level analysis and decision-making skills, and always stay up to date on workforce trends, then this field is the best fit for you.
Operations Management offers exciting opportunities in business management field
MBA in Operations Management (OM) is a unique and exciting opportunity in business management field.
OM knowledge gives you the expertise required to efficiently manage the entire system related to manufacturing or services.
The field offers various career options such as operations management, supply chain management, logistics planning, and inventory control management.
If you know leadership and conflict management, then OM is for you.
Most asked questions
I have done B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering. Now I'm doing MBA. Which specialization will be best for me? Basically, I m interested in finance.
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Can a B.com in computer application student do M.sc computers?
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What about MBA through distance education?
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I'm a Mechanical Engineer and I want to pursue a career in Finance as a Fund Manager. Is CFA required or MBA will do? I need a good reason for the shift in a sector. What reason should I give?
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I want to do MBA in finance so I want to ask if I would be placed in any finance company or any other company within the 2 years course?
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Which career is best for engineers if they don't want to leave IT completely according to the number of job opportunities in future?
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What's a better option for a doctor with 3 years of work experience in defence forces?
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Is there is any line of fashion designing in MBA and BBA?
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Which specialization can we choose after B.com(Computer Application)?
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I want to know which is good between MBA or PGDM for a student who has completed his studies in arts?
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I want to know the scope of banking and financial services management in India. Which college is best for this?
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What about MBA in tourism management? Should I do this in India or abroad? How are the career prospects?
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Which specialization is good after B.COM (Computer Application)?
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Does MBA in healthcare sector requires a medical background? Can a B. Tech. Graduate go fo this course?
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What is the career scope in MBA with dual specializations in marketing and finance?
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Can you advise on future options after doing PGDM (Securities Management) from NISM?
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What future can we see for PGDM in securities management from NISM?
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I am a BMS 2nd year student and I want to do MBA in Aviation. So doing MBA in aviation has scope or not?
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What about MBA in brand management and pharmaceutical management. What is the scope in India & in abroad and how much will it pay me?
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I have chose financial management, will I be able to do good?
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Is MBA in Hospital Management highly payable too? What about foreign opportunity in this field?
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