Department of Business Administration
AMU has been at the forefront of the development of management education in India. Efforts towards the same were initiated in 1965 and a one-year Diploma in Business Administration was started under the aegis of the Department of Commerce. In 1969, it was replaced by a three-year part-time Diploma Program in Business Management (DBM), which was converted to a part-time, three-year program leading to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 1972. In the same year, a separate Department of Business Administration was created. The three year part-time MBA program was further upgraded to two year full-time MBA in 1976.Regular Ph.D. programme in Business Administration was also introduced along with the creation of the department.
Since then the department has strived to become an
epitome of management excellence introducing several PG diploma courses in
The Faculty of Management Studies and Research
(FMSR) currently offers Master in Business Administration (MBA), MBA (International
Business), MBA(Islamic Banking & Finance) and MBA (Hospital
Administration). Apart from these MBA and regular PhD programmes, the
department also offers an Executive Doctoral Programme,in collaboration with
All India Management Association (AIMA) for executives, managers, central & state
government and military personnel etc. This program has received an
overwhelming response and has helped FMSR carve a niche for itself in management
To be a leading institution imparting value-laden cutting edge management education
To develop ethical and innovative leaders who create value for
business and society
Excellence: To attain excellence by benchmarking performance against the highest international standards in teaching and research.
Ethics: To act ethically with accountability.
Empathy: To respect and value other people’s ideas and perspectives for promoting collaborative network of relationship.
Engagement: To inspire and think beyond one’s interest in order to make a positive contribution to the well-being of society.