Sectoral Specialization

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The course entails the integration and co-ordination of the flow of material, information, and finances both internal and external to the company. In general, the flow of goods goes from supplier to manufacturer, wholesaler to retailer, and finally to the consumer. Today's businesses recognise that they can only succeed in the long run if their customers are happy. Effective supply chain management is critical for maintaining a proportionate inventory and, as a result, lowering costs and delays. For the function to be effective in essence, it requires efficient management capabilities such as coordinating, monitoring, updating, and allocating. To meet the newest commercial and societal needs, this also includes corporate sustainability and green operations, general operations, project management, and logistics management.

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Because of shifting corporate demands, the curriculum might assist in diversifying or taking one's career to new heights. Rather than broad management professionals, the programme produces professionals that can fill the gap in areas that require specialised personnel. It's a discipline that incorporates all end-to-end business activities in any company, regardless of whether they're in the manufacturing or service industries. In fact, it is the only way that enterprises can be conducted nowadays. SCM has evolved over time from a variety of business streams. It includes traditional transportation, distribution, and sales management, as well as the most recent discipline known as logistic management; also includes traditional purchase management, material management, and procurement or sourcing management.

Job Opportunities

  •   Inventory Clerk
  •   Production Clerk
  •   Supply Chain and Logistics Coordinator
  •   Import / Export Specialist
  •   Logistics Analyst
  •   Sourcing Specialist
  •   Transportation Specialist
  •   Distribution Manager
  •   Supply Chain Manager etc…

Infrastructure and Real Estate Management Specialization

With the advent of new technologies enabling efficient, easy and fast communication, new variants of business models are being introduced in every domain. Most of the functions of management have increased multifold and demand qualified professionals to execute them. The program in construction and project management helps in fulfilling the increasing demand for successful project completion on time, within budget, and free of financial or legal complications. It is directing and coordinating human and material resources throughout the life of a project whether it’s agricultural, residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, civil, or environmental, by using modern management tools and techniques to achieve goals.

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Job Opportunities

  •   Real Estate Agent
  •   Property Manager
  •   Real Estate Attorney
  •   Home Inspector
  •   Real Estate Appraiser
  •    Real Estate Consultant
  •   Escrow Officer etc..

Tourism Management

Today, Tourism has become extremely vibrant and swiftly escalating industry. This industry contributes to the global economy in a greater level. With the ease of mobility becoming better each day, more people are traveling for pleasure. Due to its global presence and high revenue generation, it plays a vital role in world employment. The international tourism industry is expected to grow more rapidly in the forthcoming years. The travel and tourism industry ensures the ongoing promotion and preservation of cultural heritage, and supports the economic survival of otherwise under-resourced communities.

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A degree in Tourism educates students concerning business management, marketing essentials, human resources, project management, sustainability, cross-cultural awareness and so much more. The course provides a wide range of knowledge and skill sets that are essential for a student to have a wide range of career in Tourism industry. Professionals in the tourism industry have so many exciting work settings and opportunities to choose from.

Job Opportunities

  •   Operations Executive
  •   Lobby Manager
  •   Information Assistant
  •   Front Office Manager
  •   Tour Operator
  •   Tour Management Executive
  •   Tourist Guide
  •   Travel Executive
  •   Travel Consultant
  •   Visa Executive
  •   Ticketing Assistant
  •   Reservations Executive