Syllabus for MMS, Sem - I & II

Syllabus for Master of Management Studies (MMS), Semester I and II


This is a two-year full time course resulting in the award of the Masters graduate degree” Master of Management Studies (MMS)” by the University of Mumbai.

Objectives for New Curriculum

The MMS Programme prepares a student for a career in diverse sectors nationally as well as globally. The MMS programme facilitates absorption & application of knowledge in theory and practice across multiple functional management areas and enables students to adopt an integrated approach towards real life situations and circumstances. Program Structure: The MMS program will be divided into four semester. The 1st year of the course provides the required foundation by exposing students to the subjects encompassing the different areas of business.

In the 2nd year, the students get to specialize in one of the disciplines that include:
Human Resources
The MMS program is divided into four semester.* MMS Syllabus wef AY 2022-23(Batch 2022-24)
Semester I
Sr. No. Core Subjects Sr. No. Electives (Any 3)
1 Perspective Management 1 Effective and Management Communication
2 Financial Accounting 2 Business Ethics
3 Business Statistics 3 Ecommerce
4 Operations Management 4 Organizational Behaviour
5 Managerial Economics 5 Introduction to Creativity and Innovation Management
6 Foreign Language(Other than English)
7 Negotiation and Selling Skills
8 IT Skills for Management and Technology Platform
9 Information Technology for Management
10 Personal Grooming/Personal Effectiveness
Semester II
Sr. No. Core Subjects Sr. No. Electives (Any 3)
1 Marketing Management 1 Legal & Tax Aspects of Business
2 Financial Management 2 Cost & Management Accounting
3 Operations Research 3 Business Environment
4 Business Research Methods 4 Ethos in Indian Management
5 Business Research Methods 5 Corporate Social Responsibility
6 Analysis of Financial Statements
7 Entrepreneurship Management
8 Management Information System
9 Developing teams and Effective Leadership
10 Intellectual Capital and Patenting