MBA in Infrastructure Management [Discontinued]

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This MBA prepares competent infrastructure sector professionals empowered with the knowledge, skills and values to practice their profession with confidence and global competitiveness.

It is aimed at those wanting to pursue advanced study and research at the graduate level and shape a life-long career of personal and professional growth with superior work ethics & character.

As an outcome of this program, students will

  • Have the broad education necessary for pursuing a career in infrastructure sector
  • Have an appreciation of and ability to use modern management principles, skills and techniques
  • Understand and master the domain skills for diverse infrastructure pathways
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibilities
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively
  • Recognise the need to and a desire to engage in life-long learning

Graduates with minimum 50% marks are eligible. Preference will be given to Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineers, Architecture & planning, Business Management, and Finance & Economics Graduates.

Selection will be based on above eligibility; score in CAT/MAT/GMAT/XAT; English language test, group discussion and a personal interview. In absence of CAT/MAT/GMAT/XAT score, students will need to appear for an entrance exam held at Amity campus locations.

First Semester Second Semester
Infrastructure Sector Contexts Planning & Development for Infrastructure
Infrastructure Economics Project Finance for Infrastructure
Management Science for Built Environment Financial Management for Built Environment
Accounting for Built Environment Human Resources Management for Built Environment 
Legal Perspectives for Infrastructure Marketing Management for Built Environment
Business Communication for Built Environment – I Project and Stakeholder Management for Infrastructure
Research and Quantitative Methods for Infrastructure Foreign Language -II
Foreign Language – I Business Communication for Built Environment – II
Behavioural Aspects of Built Environment - I Behavioural Aspects of Built Environment – II
Third Semester Fourth Semester
Infrastructure Financing and Implementation Structures Infrastructure Policy & Regulation
Transactions, Contractual Process and Documentation Advanced Infrastructure Financing & Valuations
Technology Assesment and Advanced Project Asset and Operations Management 
Land Acquisition & Project Clearances Infrastructure Corporate Taxation
Safeguards and Sustainability for Infrastructure Elective – II
Elective – I Ethics & Leadership for Built Environment
Project Management for Large Infrastructure Projects Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship for Built Environment
Business Communication for Built Environment-III Foreign Language - IV
Behavioural Aspects of Built Environment-III
Foreign Language - III Professional Writing for Built Environment
Industrial Training   
Management and Transformation of Cities  
Social Infrastructure  
Integrated Transportation  
Social Cost Benefit Analysis  
Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Systems  
Facilities Management - I  

The program will not just equip students to explore career options in project management, consulting, policy making, business development, investment,
financial analysis, and social sectors, but also develop a potential to improve and shape the built infrastructure fabric of the country.

Students could work with various kinds of organisations in following areas: 

Project Developers
Sector analysis, project due diligence, partner and contractor identification, cost assessments, financial modelling, bid documentation, negotiations, contractor management, government relations, auditor/ lawyer/ technical consultant management,
asset/ operations management.

Project Management, partner and sub-contractor identification, cost assessments, financial modelling, bid documentation, negotiations, government relations, asset/ operations management

Government advisory (concepts, new schemes, policies, transaction management, financial analysis, regulation, toolkits, guidance notes, training and research), private advisory (transaction management, due diligence, partner identification, loan and equity
syndication, M&A) 

Banks & FIs, Policy Makers, Think Tanks, Government, Multilaterals
Risk and financial analysis, loan/ equity documentation, treasury, asset management,
recovery, consultant and advisor management

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