At the Faculty of Management and Commerce, a sharp industry focus is promoted and encouraged in all aspects of learning. From a carefully-designed curriculum to value added programmes and events, and even well-equipped facilities, efforts are made to ensure that the changing needs and challenges of the industry are addressed and resolved. This creates students who are market-ready and quick to adapt to the world of work, giving them a competitive edge over their peers.
The Faculty offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and academic research programs.
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UG / PG Programmes
- Degree: Bachelor in Business AdministrationCode: FMCBBA 101Gnanagangothri Campus
- Degree: Bachelor in CommerceCode: FMCBC 101Gnanagangothri Campus
- Degree: Master of Business AdministrationCode: FMCMBA 101Gnanagangothri Campus
- Degree: Master of CommerceCode: FMCBC 101Gnanagangothri Campus
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FMC’s sought-after Academic Research Programme offers students experienced and knowledgeable scholars as mentors, facilities that are well-equipped to support research endeavours, and an environment conducive to multidisciplinary thinking and collaboration.
Studying at FMC
As a part of the Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, FMC adopts the University’s approach to education. Multidisciplinary thinking is encouraged, an industry-focussed curriculum is promoted, and outcome-based learning is pursued.
The University follows a proctorial system under which every student is assigned a faculty member as a proctor/mentor. This ensures that students are closely guided through their academic and professional careers.
The Faculty of Management and Commerce emphasizes application-based learning not just through its curriculum, but through programs and practices like industry visits and industry immersion programs. The Faculty’s clubs and societies are yet another attempt to complement theoretical learning with interactive and engaging debates and peer learning. This emphasis on application and outcome-based learning ensures that students are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the industry.
Students are actively encouraged to take up internships with leading organisations and businesses in the field. These give them a chance to observe and understand the real-world workings of their industry. Internships also help plug any existing gaps in their knowledge and prepare students to approach theoretical learning with a strong, practical focus.
Innovation is dictated by research. Comprehensive studies, thorough analysis, and evidence-based findings help ensure a scientific approach to out-of-the-box thinking and inventions.
At FMC, research is collaborative and multidisciplinary, and seeks to bridge the gap between academia and industry. The Faculty has a well-equipped Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Research Centre, two reputed in-house publications, and numerous sponsored research projects. Students are encouraged to lead and participate in research endeavours in a bid to help them jumpstart their careers as researchers.
Projects give students a chance to put their theoretical learning to the test. They promote a deeper understanding of subject matter and are yet another avenue for students to hone their skills.
Projects are perfected under the close guidance and encouragement of faculty members. Students thus learn to work independently, while also being reassured of the support of experienced professionals should they stumble along the way.