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PGDM (IB) Course Structure

The Post Graduate Diploma in Management International Business - PGDM (IB) - program is spread over a period of two years and is divided into six terms. This program enables imparting knowledge to students relating to several aspects of management and addresses itself to the growth of a company’s business - be it national or international.

 

Knowledge of all MBA / PGDM level subjects and additionally knowledge of a few international business subjects, spread across domains such as Global marketing, International Finance/Financial Markets and Foreign Currency Management, Commodity trading, Global supply chain management, WTO, International Trade Logistics, Sectoral Export Business strategies etc.

 

PGDM (IB) - First Year Course

 

The course in the first year carry 1 credit each and have been designed as per the AICTE & Industry requirements and equip students in understanding and comprehending the basics of disciplines and functions of business management.

 

Term : 1

S.No
PGDM IB
Sub Code
Credit
1
Business Communication
BC
1
2
Organizational Behaviour
OB
1
3
Business Statistics
BS
1
4
Marketing Management-I
MM-I
1
5
Financial Accounting for Managers
FAM
1
6
Managerial Economics
ME
1
7
IT for Managers
ITM
1
8
Foreign Language 1
FL-1
NC

 

Term : 2

S.No
PGDM IB
Sub Code
Credit
1
Decision Science for Managers
DS
1
2
Managerial Communication
MC
1
3
Organizational Design and Development
ODD
1
4
Marketing Management–II
MM-II
1
5
Management Accounting
MA
1
6
Financial Management–I
FM-I
1
7
Management Information System
MIS
1
8
Macro Economics
MAE
1
9
Foreign Language-2
FL-2
NC

 

Term : 3

S.No
PGDM IB
Sub Code
Credit
1
Operations Management
OM
1
2
Global Business Environment
GBE
1
3
E-Business
EB
1
4
Global Human Resource Management
GHRM
1
5
Research Methodology
RM
1
6
Financial Management-II
FM-II
1
7
Financial Services
FS
1
8
Export Import Documentation Procedures
EXIM
1

 

Summer Internship Programme(SIP)

 

Internships have a distinct edge over interview based final recruitment as a method of evaluating potential employees. Deserving candidates often get Pre-Placement Offers, and students at AIM have enjoyed a particularly special relationship with their recruiters in this regard. It is firmly believed by the recruiters that summer interns offer a fresh perspective to projects. They are in a unique position to provide an objective and unbiased point of view about the organization’s work process.

 

After completion of three terms in the first year, the students undertake Summer Internship in industry for gaining hands-on experience. SIP is of eight to nine weeks duration. As a part of SIP, students submit a detailed project report and make a formal presentation to a panel consisting of Faculty and external members from industry/ academics.

 

PGDM (IB) - Second Year Courses

 

The Programme offers the student a Major in the area of International Business, along with a Minor in any other area, thus opening up a broader choice of careers. The second year courses are a mix of compulsory (core) courses and electives in the specialization areas of student's choice.

 

There are Seven compulsory courses in each term. The student selects a total of ten elective courses, six from the Major area and four from the Minor area, as shown under. All courses carry 1 credit each.

 

Term : 4

S.No
PGDM IB
Sub Code/Area
Credit
1
Legal Aspects of Busienss
LAB
1
2
Personal Growth Lab
PGL
1
3
Strategic Management
SM
1
4
International Marketing
IM
1
5
International Economics & Trade Policy (ELECTIVE- 1A)
IETP(IB Major)
1
6
ELECTIVE-1B
IB Major
1
7
ELECTIVE-2A
Minor
1

 

Term : 5

S.No
PGDM IB
Sub Code/Area
Credit
1
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
INE
1
2
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
BECG
1
3
International Business Strategy
IBS
1
4
ELECTIVE-1A
IB Major
1
5
ELECTIVE-1B
IB Major
1
6
ELECTIVE-1C
IB Major
1
7
ELECTIVE-2A
Minor
1

 

Term : 6

S.No
PGDM IB
Sub Code/Area
Credit
1
ELECTIVE-1A
IB Major
1
2
ELECTIVE-2A
Minor
1
3
ELECTIVE-2B
Minor
1

 

** DISSERTATION

 

The second year students undertake a six-month long research project, concurrently with terms V and VI. This is a crucial phase in their programme, as it involves an integration of their theoretical knowledge with the practical world of business. Collection of data through primary research and/or secondary research is an integral component of this project. The students proceed as follows:

 

Selection of project by student in his/her area of specialization

• Submission of Synopsis as a project proposal to the assigned Faculty Guide.

• Approval of Synopsis by Faculty Guide.

• Execution of the project under close supervision of Faculty Guide, with periodic progress reviews and evaluation.

• Submission of detailed Project Report, followed by presentation by the student before a panel consisting of Faculty and external members from industry/ academics.

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ELECTIVES

 

Electives
Term
Electives
Term
Electives
Term
International Marketing
4
International Business Strategy
5
Global Economy and Emerging Industries
6
Applied Behavioural Economics for Managers
4
Global Sourcing and Business Development
5
International Business Law
6
Economics of Healthcare Industry
4
International Economics & Finance
5
International Economics & Competitive Strategy
6
Trade Data Analytics
4
 
 
 
 
Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
4
 
 
 
 

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