Management education is deep rooted in India with a large number of universities offering M.B.A. degrees. The M.B.A. (Infrastructure) programme at TERI University brings together this knowledge capital in a set of courses that cover all traditional business administration disciplines such as marketing, finance, and strategy. In addition, this programme caters to the need for a cadre of professionals with training for operation, management, and financing of infrastructure services. The aim is to achieve a critical mass of expertise and academic excellence for effective management of, and for influencing public policy and regulatory practice in infrastructure industries.
The M.B.A. (Infrastructure) programme encompasses a comprehensive and well-structured two-year curriculum designed specifically to provide specialized training in the concepts and skills involved in the infrastructure service delivery, regulatory process, and competition policy, as well as helping the managers understand regulation from technical, economic, social, legal and political perspectives. The programme is open to both mid career professionals and fresh graduates. For mid-career professionals from regulated utilities, regulatory bodies, and consultancies, the course allows them the flexibility to take up a research thesis- based curriculum. It is mandatory for such students to undertake course work in the first year. In the second year, students will have to write a thesis and defend it at the end of the year. For graduates without work experience, course work will extend to 1.5 years (3 semesters) followed by project work in the 4th semester.
The two-year MBA in Infrastructure is offered to students in two optional streams.
- Stream I For graduates without work experience.
- Stream II For graduates with work experience.
Eligibility for Stream I
(i) Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA with English at 10+2 level.
Eligibility for Stream II
(ii) Graduates with a minimum of two years experience in any of the following sectors namely government, regulatory bodies, industry, research/academic institutions, donor/consultant organizations.