An MBA degree is prestigious as it is accepted worldwide. With more and more Universities including MBA courses in their curriculum, many students are opting for this valuable course. There are several types of MBA; you can choose anyone depending on your criteria. Most of the students enrolling in this course are already employed. So, they either opt for a part time course or quit their jobs and pursue this course or the company they’re working for sponsors their course.

Either way, lots of careers are benefited by MBA courses as it helps them gain additional knowledge and obtain a better pay package. Last year it was reported that over 90% of MBA graduates are fully employed and offered better salaries. For students or professionals considering an MBA course, the first thing to do is choose a type.

There’s one year MBA course, a two year course, a part time MBA course that mostly spans over 3 years and also an executive MBA (EMBA) course. The one and two year are full time MBA courses whereas the EMBA course is a part time course. After choosing the type, you should also consider the kind of opportunities that open up after graduation.

The following fields have the most popular demand for MBA graduates –

• Management
• Marketing
• Human Resources
• Finance
• Accounting
• Sales
• Healthcare

The subjects taught during the course help the students gain in-depth knowledge about the above mentioned fields. They are also taught how to innovate and come up with ideas of their own to make a business better. The good thing about a 1 year full time MBA course is that the duration is short and the student can venture into the field quickly, also the course is quite intense and the subjects are taught by professionals of the field.

Also you can read – Scope of Full time Executive MBA in India