Bachelor – Control management

ACC 100Accounting HR 200Human resources management
MNG 200Introduction to management Acc 200Introduction to accounting
CMP 120Computer information Systems ApplicationsOE 101Organisational ethics
ECO 100Economics I: Introduction to EconomicsMCS 100Management control system
MNG 210Principles of management and organizational bahaviourCOM 100 Business communication
  • ACC 100: Accounting: Meaning, objectives and advantages.
  • MNG 200: Introduction to management: Allows students to get initiated to the management skills.
  • CMP 120: Computer information Systems Applications: introduce students to the basic computer skills.
  • ECO 100: Introduction to Economics: Gives students an overview of Economics as a whole.
  • MNG 210: Principles of management and organizational behaviour: Introduction, definition, historical development, fundamental principles of OB, challenges and opportunities.
  • HR 200 : Human resources management : allows students to learn the basics of HR.
  • ACC 200: Introduction to accounting: helps students to get initiated to the history and basics of accounting.
  • OE 101: Organisational ethics : Individual Ethics , professional ethics
  • MCS 100 : Management control system: The control function- Control and Supervision- Control as Function – Definition of Control
  • COM 100: Business communication: enables students to improve their reading, writing and speaking skills in a business environment.


CD 210Channels of distribution PSB 365Product strategy and brand management
CC 200Corporate communicationSBS 310Small business strategy
SM 220Strategic management EB 101E-business
ABC 325Advanced business communication MIS 350Management information system
AMS 230Advertising management and strategy IM 215International marketing
  • CD 210: Channels of distribution : This course helps students to understand how channel manegement and retailing can improve a business
  • CC 200 : Corporate communication : This course provides an overview of managerial discipline within an organization
  • SM 220 : Strategic management : Helps students to learn how to manage businesses and projects proactively with a focus on long-term strategy rather than short term
  • ABC 325 : Advanced business communication : Help students to learn advanced communication skills
  • AMS 230 : Advertising management and strategy : This course covers a wide range of topics including advertising techniques , creation of advertising , interpretation of advertising .
  • PSB 365 : Product strategy and brand management : This course identify the critical information needed to develop a product and brand strategy .
  • SBS 310 : Small business strategy : This course helps students to learn how to make effective strategies for businesses to improve their performance
  • EB 101 : E-business: This course helps students to gain a deeper understanding and expertise in the fieled of electronic business
  • MIS 350 : Management information system: This course includes the concept of enterprise information system , use of information systems to achieve strategic goals , the impact of information system on businesses
  • IM 215 : International marketing : This course explores the development of international marketing programs from the determination of objectives and methods of organization through the execution of research , advertising , distribution and production activities


Eco 101Economics II: Principles of MicroeconomicsPC 300Planning and control
MNG 325Inventory controlMNG 250Management control
MRK 420Marketing control SM 312Sales management
MNG 425Project magementMRK 410Marketing management
FS 200Financial systemECO 110Economics III : Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECO 101: Economics II:Principles of Microeconomics: enables students to study economics at its micro-level.
  • MNG 325 : Inventory control : Classification of inventories – Motives for Holding Inventories
  • MRK 420 : Marketing control : Process of Marketing Control- Importance of Marketing Control System
  • MNG 425 : Project Management : Meaning of project – overall Nature of the problem- Aspects of Control- Project Planning
  • FS 200 : Financial system : Role of Financial Intermediaries in Financial System
  • PC 300 : Planning and Control : This course enables students to develop an in-depth understanding of planning and control perspectives and techniques, particularly in the areas of defining project scope, scheduling, budgeting, resource allocation, and change control.
  • MNG 250 : Management control: Production Control – Difference Between Production Planning and Production Control
  • SM 312 : Sales Management : This course provides conceptual and practical guidance on sales planning and management
  • MRK 410 : Marketing Management: Definition, nature, scope and importance of marketing, marketing mix.
  • ECO 110:Economics III: Principles of Macroeconomics: helps students to learn basic skills about the economy at states level.