DBE New Delhi Courses and fee structure

Department of Business Economics, Delhi University has been offering full-time MBA/PGDM programme with a specialisation in Business Economics. The master of Business Administration (MBA) Business Economics programme at DU is a post-graduation programme. The selection of aspirants for the course is made based on the scores of the CAT examination. The cut-off for the programme is usually 90 per cent and more. Moreover, this degree course is offered to young professionals aiming at achieving specialisation in subjects like economics, finance, marketing, etc.

Here is a glimpse at the programmes offered by the Department of Business Economics, Delhi University along with respective fee details.

S No Programmes offered Estimate fee structure
1. MBA/PGDM Rs. 24,860
2. MBA in Business Economics Rs. 24,860
3. MBA in Financial Management Rs. 24,860

Program Structure at a glance 

The Business Economic programme at Delhi University is a two-year residential MBA course designed to provide key knowledge of the corporate business world and its requirements. Students are made to polish their skill sets to be made fit for the future leaderships while simultaneously developing essential critical thinking techniques as per the industrial requirements.

The programme is divided into 4 semesters, each dealing with different sets of subjects and topics. A six-week internship or training programme is also mandatory or the students in recognised organisations. The MBA programme offers dual specialisation in spheres of Marketing, Finance and Quantitative Techniques in Business.

Programme Curriculum 

The department of business economics dealt with an exceptional course curriculum promising effective deliverables of learning and business knowledge. Since the program has been divided into 4 semesters, each year has been divided into distinctive subjects and topics. Fundamental and core knowledge of subjects like statistics, economics, marketing, corporate law, etc. are taught throughout the 2- year of the programme.

The first semester provided learning on subjects like microeconomic analysis, business accounting, quantitative techniques, business laws, statistics, data analysis, etc. among other vital subjects. At the same time, the second semester focuses on core study and analysis of subjects like business finance, leadership and organisation, market policies, international economics, etc. through theoretical and practical knowledge.

The third semester focuses on subjects like business aspects of government and society and international financial systems. Students are offered a choice to choose among 4 electives.

The elective groups have been mentioned herewith.

  • Quantitative Techniques in Business
  • Marketing and Distribution
  • Finance
  • Economics

Each elective deal with a core learning of the topic association and clubbed under the group name. The programme curriculum also requires students to undergo a six-week internship or training programme in the organisation or corporate sectors as per their forte.