IGNOU MPB Syllabus

IGNOU MPB Syllabus – Candidates can find latest session Syllabus Structure for MPB Programme from here. IGNOU New MPB Syllabus is available with credit system in which each of the courses is given appropriate credit. IGNOU has implemented credit system in MPB courses which is useful for course selection at the time of taking admission and for re registration.

MPB Candidates have to choose their required credit courses at every semester or at every year to complete their MPB (Master of Business Administration (Banking & Finance)) Programme. There are many courses available for MPB course selection in which some of as a compulsory course and some of as an optional course.

MPB Current Syllabus:

First Year  
Course Code    Course Name Credits
 MS-1  Management Functions and Behavior 2
 MS-2  Management of Human Resources 2
 MS-3  Economic and Social Environment 2
 MS-4  Accounting and Finance for Managers 2
 MS-5  Management of Machines and Materials 2
 MS-6  Marketing for Managers 2
 MS-7  Information Systems for Managers 2
 MS-8  Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications 2
 MS-9  Managerial Economics 2
 MS-10  Organizational Design, Development and Change 2
 MS-11  Strategic Management 2
 MS-421  HRM in Financial Sector 2
 MS-422  Bank Financial Management 2
 MS-423  Marketing of Financial Services 2
 MS-424  International Banking Management 2
 MS-425  Electronic Banking and IT in Banks 2
 MS-44  Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 2
 MS-45  International Financial Management 2
 MS-46  Management of Financial Services 2
Second Year  
Course Code    Course Name Credits
 MS-494  Risk Management 2
 MS-495  Ethics & Corporate Governance 2
 MS-95  Research Methodology for Management Decisions 2
 MS-100  Project Course (Equivalent to two courses) 4

IGNOU University is working regular to revise its Syllabus of IGNOU MPB on the basis of future scope and removes its old syllabus. IGNOU may change or update MPB Syllabus at any time they need so we work to provide latest syllabus structure to our MPB candidates for their study.

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