Undergraduate Program

Bachelor Of Management Studies

Managerial insights for a budding professional

BMS is a three year under-graduate programme imparting education in management. The course was originally known as Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS), when it was first introduced by University of Delhi in 1987. The course allows students to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume management positions in a wide range of organizations. The papers offered by BMS course ranges from “Fundamental of Management and Organizational Behaviour” to “Statistics for Business Decisions”, from accounting to economics, from quantitative techniques to all the important branches of management viz., human resource, marketing and financial management. The first two year of graduation provides to the students a sound foundation which in turn helps the students to know and identify their interest for specialization. During the third year of graduation the students have the choice of choosing their specialization from the areas of finance, marketing, human resource and global business environment. The course equips students to understand how organizations work, how they are managed, and sensitize students towards national and international environments. Students centred learning focuses on skills and practices that enable lifelong learning and independent problem-solving. During the course the students are given hands on experience by working on various case studies, projects and presentations. Students are also motivated to go for summer internship to gain the practical insight from industry which makes their course content more meaningful.

Majors

Finance

Marketing

Human Resources

Global Business

Eligibility Criteria

  • Senior secondary school exam from a DU recognised board.
  • Best of 4 subject calculation should include English and Maths at the senior secondary level.
  • The aggregate passing marks should not be less than 60% (General) or 55% (SC, ST, CW, PwD).

Department Contact Info

Bachelor of Management Studies

(BMS)

Head of the Department :

Dr. Amrina Kausar

Email : head_dms@sscbsdu.ac.in

Room No. : 625, Sea of Japan

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Disclaimer: Course details are subject to change. For latest course details please refer to the University of Delhi Website.

Learning Outcomes

  • Provide students with a sound theoretical base and exposure to current business challenges
  • Prepare students with capabilities and skills in areas of general management, marketing, finance, global business and human resource management, to take up roles in managerial position across diverse industries.
  • To encourage creativity and innovative thinking leading to entrepreneurial skills.
  • Enhance the ability of students to meet global challenges through sensitivity towards organizational, economic and cultural diversity.

Career Opportunities

BMS course offers good career opportunities. It ranges from joining corporate/ MNCs to venturing into entrepreneurship, from choosing to pursue higher education to growing their family business. The specialization of students in finance, marketing, human resource or global business environment makes the student suitable to work in a reputed organization offering job opportunities in finance, marketing, and human resource. BMS students have a good track record of joining premier business school in India and abroad.

Selection procedure

The exam result is calculated out of 400 and finally scaled down to 100. The aggregate of best of four subjects’ marks (including English and Maths) is calculated. The exam result has 65% weightage and 12th result has 35% weightage in the calculation of composite score on the basis of which rank of the student is determined. After this process one has the opportunity to fill in their college preferences which are then allotted rank wise.

Structure & Credit distribution of Bachelor of Management Studies

Courses Number of Courses Credits (Theory + Practical) Total Credits
Core Courses (Core) 14 6 84
Generic Elective/Interdisciplinary (GE) 4 6 24
Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) 4 6 24
Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) 2 4 8
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC) 2 4 8
TOTAL CREDITS 148*

* Extra 6 Credit may be earned by taking Research Project as an additional paper. It will also be evaluated at the end of sixth semester. Wherever there is practical there will be no tutorial and vice-versa

Types of Courses

BMS course is aligned with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) adopted by the University of Delhi
Core
GE
DSE
SEC
AECC

Core Course

These courses are to be compulsorily studied by a student.

Generic Elective Course

It is an elective course offered by different academic disciplines. Under this category total 4 papers will be studied one paper each in first four semesters.

P.S.: A core course offered in a discipline/subject may be treated as an elective by other discipline/subject and vice versa and such electives may also be referred to as Generic Elective.

Discipline Specific Elective Course

Elective courses offered by the main discipline/subject of study of management is referred to as Discipline Specific Elective. A choice from among four DSE – Finance; Marketing; Human Resource Management; Management of Global Business- are offered to students to gain advanced exposure to an elective of their choice. A Student would be free to choose any FOUR courses (TWO courses in semester V and TWO in semester VI, from the courses offered) from ONE group. The programme offers FOUR groups viz. Finance (DSE – I), Marketing (DSE – II) , Human Resource Management (DSE – III) and Management of Global Business (DSE – IV). Students can choose one Research project as extra paper under the guidance of a teacher.

Skill Enhancement Course

2 Skill Enhancement Courses out of a pool of 4 are offered one each in semester III and IV.

Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

Two AECC papers are offered, one in semester I (English equivalent to MIL) and one in semester II (Environmental Science).

Semester Wise Course Structure

Semester I
Semester II
Semester III
Semester IV
Semester V
Semester VI
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Course Type
1 AECC 101  Environmental Science 4 AECC
2 MC 102  Fundamentals of Management and Organisational Behaviour 6 Core
3 MC 103  Statistics for Business Decisions 6 Core
4    Any One from the List of Generic Elective / Interdisciplinary Courses 6 GE
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Course Type
1 AECC 201  English-A 4 AECC
2 MC 202  Managerial Economics 6 Core
3 MC 203  Business Accounting 6 Core
4    Any One from the List of Generic Elective / Interdisciplinary Courses 6 GE
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Course Type
1 MC 301  Macroeconomics 6 Core
2 MC 302  Principles of Marketing 6 Core
3 MC 303  Management Accounting 6 Core
4    Any One from the List of Generic Elective / Interdisciplinary Courses 6 GE
5    Any one from list of skill enhancement course 4 SEC
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Course Type
1 MC 401  Business Research 6 Core
2 MC 402  Human Resource Management 6 Core
3 MC 403  Financial Management 6 Core
4    Any One from the List of Generic Elective / Interdisciplinary Courses 6 GE
5    Any one from list of skill enhancement course 4 SEC
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Course Type
1 MC 501  Quantitative Techniques for Management 6 Core
2 MC 502  Legal Aspects of Business 6 Core
3    Any one course from the list of Elective 6 DSE
4    Any one course from the list of Elective 6 DSE
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Course Type
1 MC 601  Business Policy and Strategy 6 Core
2 MC 602  Financial Institutions and Markets 6 Core
3    Any one course from the list of Elective 6 DSE
4    Any one course from the list of Elective 6 DSE

Electives on Offer

DSE I Finance
DSE II Marketing
DSE III HRM
DSE IV Global Business
GE
SEC
AECC
Discipline Specific Elective I – Finance
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 MDF 503  Strategic Corporate Finance 6 V
2 MDF 504  Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 6 V
3 MDF 505  Project Appraisal and Implementation 6 V
4 MDF 506  Business Analysis and Valuation 6 V
5 MDF 603  International Finance 6 VI
6 MDF 604  Investment Banking and Financial Services 6 VI
7 MDF 605  Financial Time Series Econometrics 6 VI
8 MDF 606  Derivatives and Risk Management 6 VI
9    Research Projects 6  
Discipline Specific Elective II –  Marketing
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 MDM 503  Consumer Behaviour 6 V
2 MDM 504  Personal Selling 6 V
3 MDM 505  Marketing of Services 6 V
4 MDM 506  International Marketing 6 V
5 MDM 603  Retail Management 6 VI
6 MDM 604  Advertising and Brand Management 6 VI
7 MDM 605  Distribution and Supply Chain Management 6 VI
8 MDM 606  Digital Marketing 6 VI
9    Research Projects 6  
Discipline Specific Elective III –  Human Resource Management
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 MDH 503  Training and Management Development 6 V
2 MDH 504  Management of Industrial Relations 6 V
3 MDH 505  HRD: Systems and Strategies 6 V
4 MDH 506  Counselling and Negotiation Skills for Management 6 V
5 MDH 603  Talent and Knowledge Management 6 VI
6 MDH 604  Performance and Compensation Management 6 VI
7 MDH 605  Organizational Development 6 VI
8 MDH 606  International Human Resource Management 6 VI
9    Research Projects 6  
Discipline Specific Elective IV –  Management of Global Business
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 MDG 503  International Trade: Policies and Strategies 6 V
2 MDG 504  Transnational and Cross Cultural Marketing 6 V
3 MDG 505  International Accounting and Reporting System 6 V
4 MDG 506  Multinational Business Finance 6 V
5 MDG 603  Global Business Environment 6 VI
6 MDG 604  International Supply Chain Management 6 VI
7 MDG 605  International Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions 6 VI
8 MDG 606  Cross Cultural Human Resource Management 6 VI
9    Research Projects 6  
Generic Elective
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 MG 104  Fundamental of Marketing Management 6 I
2 MG 105  India’s Diversity and Business 6 I
3 MG 204  Business Legislation 6 II
4 MG 205  Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 6 II
5 MG 304  Fundamentals of Human Resource Management 6 III
6 MG 305  Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation 6 III
7 MG 404  Production and Operations Management 6 IV
8 MG 405  Money and Banking 6 IV
Skill Enhancement Courses
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 MS 305  Advanced Spreadsheet Tools for Business Analysis 4 III
2 MS 306  Software for Data Extraction and Analysis 4 III
3 MS 307  IT tools for Business 4 III
4 MS 308  Personality Development and Communication 4 III
5 MS 405  Statistical Software Package 4 IV
6 MS 406  E Commerce 4 IV
7 MS 407  Basic Econometrics Using Software 4 IV
8 MS 408  Business Analytics 4 IV
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses
S. No. Course Code Course Title Credits Semester
1 AECC 101  Environmental Science 4 I
2 AECC 201  English-A 4 II

Disclaimer: A particular elective will be offered only if there is a minimum number of students (to be decided by the college) who opt for the same.