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Program Structure

The two-year MBA Technology Managementprogram consists of around 1050 hours of contact classes. A student admitted into the MBA Technology Managementprogram will complete a minimum of 610 classroom contact hours in Year 1. The remaining 440 hours of contact classes will be completed in Year 2 of the program.

First Year (MBA Technology Management)

The first-year courses introduce students to the basic knowledge about different functional areas of management. In addition to these multi-disciplinary functional courses, the student also gets exposed to certain courses that are considered core to the technology area. The course credits in Year I (Term 1 + Term 2 + Term 3) is 66.

The indicative list of courses for the first year and corresponding credits are given below:

Term I

Course Credits Hours
Business Statistics 4 40
Financial Accounting 3 30
Micro Economics 2 20
Organizational Behavior& Leadership 3 30
Professional Communication 2 20
SRME 2 20
Viva 1 0
Data Visualization with PowerBI 2 20
IT for Business 2 20
Total – Term I 21 200


Term II

Course Credits Hours
Corporate Finance 4 40
Human Resource Management 2 20
Macro Economics 2 20
Management Control Systems 2 20
Marketing Management 3 30
Cybersecurity 3 30
Operations and Supply Chain Management 4 40
Viva 1 0
Emerging Technologies I (IoT, Indusrty 4.0, RPA) 3 30
Total – Term II 24 230


Term III

Course Credits Hours
Business Research Methods 4 40
Business Strategy 3 30
Digital Marketing 3 30
IT Social Project 2 0
Viva 1 0
Digital Transformation 2 20
IT Product Management Fundamentals 2 20
Technology Applications in Industry Verticals 2 20
UI/UX Design 2 20
Total Term II 23 200

Second Year (MBA Technology Management)

During the second year of the program, a substantial number of courses impart knowledge of current technologies as well as the management, adoption,and commercialization of technology. Post selection of specialization by the student, coursework in Term 5 and Term 6 provide substantial learning of the application of technology in the respective track/specialization. At present, three specialization tracks (Fintech, Healthcare & Retail) will be offered.

In addition, The Applied learning Segment includes summer internship (SIP) and master project are offered to the students in the second year.

An indicative list of courses and credits for the second year is given below:

Term IV

Course Credits Hours
Enterprise Account Management 3 30
Legal Aspects of Business & technology 2 20
Internship 9 0
Viva 1 0
Agile Development & Project Management 2 20
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 3 30
Data Engineering and Big Data 3 30
IT Consulting & Business Analysis 3 30
Technology Strategy & Internationalization 2 20
Total Term IV 28 180


Term V: Common Courses

Marketing of Technology Products & Services 2 20
Capstone Course 2 20


Term V: Sectoral Courses


Course Credits Hours
AI, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency 3 30
Digital Payments and Mobile Banking: 3 30
Introduction to FinTech 2 20
Lending and Risk Management in Fintech 3 30
Total Fintech Term VI 11 11



Course Credits Hours
Health Informatics – EHR, Data Security 3 30
Healthcare Innovation – AI and Remote Diagnostics 3 30
Healthcare Technology – Trends 2 20
Telemedicine and Remote Health Services 3 30
Total Healthcare Term VI 11 11


e-Commerce & Retail

Course Credits Hours
Data Analytics for Retail Decision Making 3 30
Introduction to Retail and E-Commerce 3 30
Logistics and Fulfillment in E-Commerce 3 30
Customer Experience and User Interface (UI) Design 2 20
Total Retail Term VI 11 11


Term VI: Sectoral Courses


Course Credits Hours
Data Analytics in Finance 3 30
FinTech Ecosystem and Regulation 2 20
Insurance Tech 2 20
FinTech Ecosystem and Partnerships 2 20
Total Fintech Term VI 9 90



Course Credits Hours
Healthcare: Regulation and Compliance 3 30
Healthcare Project Management 3 30
Healthcare Supply Chain Management 3 30
Total Healthcare Term VI 9 90


e-Commerce & Retail

Course Credits Hours
Digital Marketing for Retail and E-Commerce 3 30
Emerging Trends in Retail Technology 3 30
Regulatory and Legal Aspects of E-Commerce 3 30
Total Retail Term VI 9 90


The coursesshown above are as per the existing scheme at the Institute. These are meant to be indicative. TAPMI has a practice of revising its curriculum regularly, due to which the above courses and credits may be subject to change, within the bounds of AICTE Rules/Norms.

Viva Voce

At the end of each term, a student will face a panel of faculty from different disciplines for a viva voce. The viva will test the ability of a student to coherently explain concepts, articulate application of conceptual knowledge in any given context, demonstrate fair appreciation of inter-linkages between various functional areas, demonstrate awareness of and ability to analyze current news related to business/economy/political events.


The SummerInternship Program (spanning 12 weeks between the first and second years during the months of April – June) is a key learning component and a critical part of theprogram. The summer internship carries 9 credits weightage and is an opportunity for the students to relate and apply concepts learned in the classroom to real-world problems, integrate functional learning in a sectoral context, and apply market research concepts in a live business context. On successful completion of the SIP, certain students are also offered a pre-placement offer by the organization.

The summer internship selection process starts in November. Organizations can either visit the campus to interview and select or recruit through online/telephonic interviews. This twelve-weeksummer internship is done at an organization with an assigned industry mentor from the organization for each student. The work involves identification of a problem, arriving at possible solutions to the problem and presentation of the same to the organization for review and implementation. The performance in the internship is monitored and supported by faculty and the report is evaluated by both industry mentors and TAPMI faculty. On arrival at campus, students are required to present a report to a faculty paneland attend a viva voce.