“Management is nothing more than motivating other people.”
What is MBA in Systems Management?
Systems Management is both technical and managerial in nature, essentially involving information management. A specialization in systems is primarily concerned with the incorporation of business processes with technology.
The key skill is the understanding of various hardware and software platforms and the ability to determine the exact IT requirements of an organization based on its processes and manual systems.
The aim is to develop the latest advancements in technology to cater to the ever-growing business needs of corporates. Systems Management focuses on areas like e-business, IT security, IT strategy etc.
Sound understanding of business concepts is ideal for the post of a project manager in software development activities.
RBy suggesting and adopting creative ideas to improve the organizational performance, you can contribute in the development of any organization.
With an MBA degree you can take an extra step ahead to modify the information according to the necessity. It also prepares you to develop managerial and administrative qualities.
Students of the MBA program may seek career opportunities in the following areas:
The core Curriculum provided an excellent foundation for higher learning and defined my personal and professional being. My achievements are a direct reflection of my education and I am eternally grateful for that experience.
Thiyaga Chemmal, Chief Reporter.
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Sujitha Sukumaran, System Engineer.
On the one hand, my college enriched my management of modern multidisciplinary methods and, on the other hand, opened up to other experiences, other sensitivities which always produce diversity to one’s ownway of working