Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Introduction to Financial Accounts 03 1) Principles of Marketing 03
2) Business Law 03 2) Industrial Law 03
3) Business Statistics 03 3) Business Mathematics 03
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Business Communication – I 03 4) Business Communication – II 03
2B Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course – I 02 5) Foundation Course – II 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 6) Foundation of Human Skills 03 6) Business Environment 03
7) Business Economics – I 03 7) Principles of Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester III and IV

No. Title Semester III Semester IV
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC)
Group A Finance Electives 1) Basics of Financial Services 03 1) Financial Institutions and Markets 03
2) Corporate Finance 03 2) Corporate Restructuring 03
OR
Group B Marketing Electives 1) Consumer Behaviour 03 1) Integrated Marketing Communication 03
2) Advertising 03 2) Event Marketing 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 3) Information Technology in Business Management – I 03 3) Information Technology in Business Management – II 03
2 B. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 4) Foundation Course (Environmental Management) – III 02 4) Foundation Course (Ethics and Governance) – IV 02
Core Courses (CC) 5) Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management 03 5) Business Economics-II 03
6) Accounting for Managerial Decisions 03 6) Business Research Methods 03
7) Strategic Management 03 7) Production & Total Quality Management
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Group selected in Semester III will continue in Semester IV

Semester V and VI

No. Title Semester V Semester VI
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC)
Group A Finance Electives 1) Investment Analysis & Portfolio Mgmt 03 1) International Finance 03
2) Commodity & Derivatives Market 03 2) Innovative Financial Services 03
3) Risk Management 03 3) Strategic Financial Management 03
4) Direct Taxes 03 4) Indirect Taxes 03
OR
Group B Marketing Electives 1) Services Marketing 03 1) Brand Management 03
2) E-Commerce & Digital Marketing 03 2) Retail Management 03
3) Sales & Distribution Management 03 3) International Marketing 03
4) Customer Relationship Management 03 4) Media Planning & Management 03
2 Core Courses (CC) 5) Logistics & Supply Chain Mgmt 04 5) Operation Research 04
3 Project Work 6) Corporate Communication and Public Relations 04 6) Project Work 04
Total Credits 20   Total Credits 20

XII (HSC or Equivalent) passed in 1st attempt with minimum 45% Marks (Open Category) and minimum 40% Marks (Reserve Category) from Science, Commerce or Arts Stream.

Available Seats : 120 (50% Reserved for Hindi -speaking linguistic minority).

Introduction & Objectives

The BMS program was introduced by the University of Mumbai in the year 1999-2000. It provides a basic understanding about management education amongst the students. It offers more of skill enhancement knowledge and helps in bridging the gap between theory and practice through a teaching pedagogy of case studies, projects, presentations, departmental events, etc.

Today, the corporate world is buzzing with cut-throat competition and anyone who has no niche skills is not deemed suitable for the job. This competition calls for professionally qualified graduates in the management sector who can take up the tasks and responsibilities of administrative jobs. Hence to meet this demand for professionally qualified management executives, the course has been especially designed to create middle cadre management professionals.

Program Outcomes

The BMS course curriculum includes internship programs, project work related to varied areas of management etc. This makes this course much in demand in the job market and also makes the BMS students highly compatible for the corporate world.

  • The BMS course offers specialisation in Finance, Marketing & HR right. Hence they are well versed in the chosen discipline by the time they attain their graduation degrees
  • BMS students who wish to pursue MBA or MMS are able to crack the entrance exam easily since they already have a strong base in management and thus can easily get admissions in top B- schools.
  • After the successful completion of BMS course, students can also take up further studies, enter the corporate set up or even start entrepreneurial ventures. To sum up, the BMS program ensures a promising career in the field of management.
Course Structure

Semester I and II

No. Title Semester – I Semester – II
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1 Elective Courses (EC) 1) Introduction to Financial Accounts 03 1) Principles of Marketing 03
2) Business Law 03 2) Industrial Law 03
3) Business Statistics 03 3) Business Mathematics 03
2 Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2A Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 4) Business Communication – I 03 4) Business Communication – II 03
2B Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 5) Foundation Course – I 02 5) Foundation Course – II 02
3 Core Courses (CC) 6) Foundation of Human Skills 03 6) Business Environment 03
7) Business Economics – I 03 7) Principles of Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Semester III and IV

No. Title Semester III Semester IV
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC)
Group A Finance Electives 1) Basics of Financial Services 03 1) Financial Institutions and Markets 03
2) Corporate Finance 03 2) Corporate Restructuring 03
OR
Group B Marketing Electives 1) Consumer Behaviour 03 1) Integrated Marketing Communication 03
2) Advertising 03 2) Event Marketing 03
2. Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC)
2 A. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 3) Information Technology in Business Management – I 03 3) Information Technology in Business Management – II 03
2 B. Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 4) Foundation Course (Environmental Management) – III 02 4) Foundation Course (Ethics and Governance) – IV 02
Core Courses (CC) 5) Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management 03 5) Business Economics-II 03
6) Accounting for Managerial Decisions 03 6) Business Research Methods 03
7) Strategic Management 03 7) Production & Total Quality Management
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20

Group selected in Semester III will continue in Semester IV

Semester V and VI

No. Title Semester V Semester VI
No. Subjects Credits No. Subjects Credits
1. Elective Courses (EC)
Group A Finance Electives 1) Investment Analysis & Portfolio Mgmt 03 1) International Finance 03
2) Commodity & Derivatives Market 03 2) Innovative Financial Services 03
3) Risk Management 03 3) Strategic Financial Management 03
4) Direct Taxes 03 4) Indirect Taxes 03
OR
Group B Marketing Electives 1) Services Marketing 03 1) Brand Management 03
2) E-Commerce & Digital Marketing 03 2) Retail Management 03
3) Sales & Distribution Management 03 3) International Marketing 03
4) Customer Relationship Management 03 4) Media Planning & Management 03
2 Core Courses (CC) 5) Logistics & Supply Chain Mgmt 04 5) Operation Research 04
3 Project Work 6) Corporate Communication and Public Relations 04 6) Project Work 04
Total Credits 20   Total Credits 20
Eligibility

XII (HSC or Equivalent) passed in 1st attempt with minimum 45% Marks (Open Category) and minimum 40% Marks (Reserve Category) from Science, Commerce or Arts Stream.

Available Seats : 120 (50% Reserved for Hindi -speaking linguistic minority).

Programme Outcome

Introduction & Objectives

The BMS program was introduced by the University of Mumbai in the year 1999-2000. It provides a basic understanding about management education amongst the students. It offers more of skill enhancement knowledge and helps in bridging the gap between theory and practice through a teaching pedagogy of case studies, projects, presentations, departmental events, etc.

Today, the corporate world is buzzing with cut-throat competition and anyone who has no niche skills is not deemed suitable for the job. This competition calls for professionally qualified graduates in the management sector who can take up the tasks and responsibilities of administrative jobs. Hence to meet this demand for professionally qualified management executives, the course has been especially designed to create middle cadre management professionals.

Program Outcomes

The BMS course curriculum includes internship programs, project work related to varied areas of management etc. This makes this course much in demand in the job market and also makes the BMS students highly compatible for the corporate world.

  • The BMS course offers specialisation in Finance, Marketing & HR right. Hence they are well versed in the chosen discipline by the time they attain their graduation degrees
  • BMS students who wish to pursue MBA or MMS are able to crack the entrance exam easily since they already have a strong base in management and thus can easily get admissions in top B- schools.
  • After the successful completion of BMS course, students can also take up further studies, enter the corporate set up or even start entrepreneurial ventures. To sum up, the BMS program ensures a promising career in the field of management.