Business & Management Course


Course Type: Certification | Study Mode: Online With Class Room

Course Detail

General Management Modules
The PGPM-Ex program begins with General Management modules organized as Foundation and Intermediate modules. These modules help the candidates develop an overall understanding and appreciation of the basic building blocks of business. Further, candidates also get familiar with the language and context of business to appreciate various business problems that are typically encountered in practice. Each of these modules is designed to be completed in about 4 months.
Candidates can choose a specialization based on their career growth objectives. A large selection of specializations is offered to choose what suits you best. The courses in the specializations are very practically oriented and intended to give exposure to real world problems that are encountered and to develop solutions to these problems. The specialization will take roughly three months to complete.
Capstone Project
Candidates need to complete an integrative project on a real world business problem in the area of their specialization and develop and present a comprehensive solution. It will be evaluated by Great Lakes faculty or industry professionals.
Career Enhancement Module
This module focuses on several non-academic aspects critical to successful career growth including self-awareness, interviewing skills and career counselling, which will help participants understand themselves better and to plan practical and realistic career paths and transitions. It is delivered through a combination of workshops, reading material and team work.
Curriculum Overview
Foundation Module
• MicroEconomics
• Marketing Part 1
• Financial Statement Analysis
• Data Analysis for Decision Making Part 1
• Organizational Behavior
• Business Finance Part 1
• Operations
• Managing People & Teams
• Strategy Management in Technology
• Legal aspects of business (contracts, taxes and transfer pricing)
Intermediate Module
• Macroeconomics
• Managerial Accounting
• Data Analysis for Decision Making Part 2
• Marketing Part 2
• Business Finance Part 2
• Supply Chain Management
• Leadership and Negotiation
• Strategic Thinking and Problem Solving
• Introduction to Entrepreneurship
• Services Management
• Brand Management
• Digital Marketing
• Social Media Marketing
• Consumer Behavior
• Corporate Finance
• Investment Management
• Financial Modeling
• Financial Analytics
Supply Chain & Operations
• Project Management
• Demand Forecasting
• Inventory Management
• Network Optimization
Product Management
• Product Development Process
• Business Model Design
• UX Design, Metrics
• Pricing and Financial Planning
• Technology and Documentation for PMs
• Advanced Statistics
• Data Mining
• Predictive Modeling
Other Information

Bachelor's Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in graduation or equivalent.

 Minimum of 4 years full-time post qualification work experience is required to be eligible for the program