Subjects taught in the EMBA are divided into three terms:
Term 1A - 9 Credits
Term 1B - 7 Credits
Term 2A - 6 Credits
Term 2B - 5 Credits
A great career in business starts with your ability to apply fundamentals. Master these essential building blocks through courses in topics such as Marketing Management, Business Economics, Financial Accounting, Human Resource Management, Operations Management and Business Statistics.
The core curriculum of the program also focuses on your development as a Senior Leader through topics in areas like Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Management, Change Management, Business Acumen, Leadership and Cross-cultural Management, Corporate Governance and Ethics, and Big Data Analytics and Cloud Technologies.
These courses are common and are required for all students, irrespective of their areas of specialisation.
As you progress through the program, you have the option to customise your education by choosing to specialise in an area targeting your career. Each specialisation offers an intensive curriculum that combines functional management knowledge with decision-making tools and frameworks, and real-world learning experiences with industry experts. Depending on your professional aspirations, you can choose from any one of our cutting-edge specialisations:
The workplace skills have evolved dynamics in this VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) world that cannot be ignored. Mere functional ability is no longer a passport to success. Soft skills are often the defining factor for fast-tracking career growth.
We understand that working professionals have unique needs for career support towards a progressive strategic career goal. At SP Jain, EMBA students benefit from the opportunity to participate in a unique Executive Career Acceleration Pathway (ECAP) that includes individual career coaching sessions, goal-setting exercises, one-on-one CV enhancing sessions, corporate interface sessions, soft skill development workshops, networking events, and many more activities designed to support students in their career growth and soft skill development.
The topics covered will likely include:
To fulfil the requirements of the EMBA program, students must complete 36 credits.
A range of well-thought and planned ongoing assessment methods and tools have been used in the design of each unit towards providing adequate assurance of the unit learning outcomes and the overall alignment of the assessments to achieve the program learning outcomes. Assignments are both individual and group-based, varying across units. The assessment criteria are designed to gauge the intended learning outcomes of the unit. To learn more about our assessment methods, please refer to the Student Handbook: