Curriculum of IILM
The course modules are inspired by the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Wharton Business School and IIM-A. The curriculum combines experiential learning so that students are capable of turning concepts into effective decision making, initiating action from knowledge and converting ideas into change. The program is delivered in 6 terms; each term spread over 3 calendar months. In the first year of the program, the students imbibe foundation concepts and tools and techniques of management.
Year1 begins with Term1 General Management Perspective which covers a series of courses aimed at diving into complex managerial issues to gain insight into the perspective of a capable and efficient manager.
Term 2 and 3 will focus on core foundation courses which will provide the base for management education in each discipline calibrated to the skills, experience and future goals. In the second-year students can choose their electives from six major areas. IILM's approach to majors gives our students the flexibility and guidance they need to carve out a unique intellectual experience that is relevant to their specific educational and career goals.
In addition to majors, IILM provides “Pathways” to the students who are interested in building expertise in emerging areas and evolving industries. A pathway is an integrated, cross functional sequence of courses designed to address a particular skill set or industry for which there are an active student and recruiter in demand. In addition to majors, IILM provides ten divergent pathways namely Data Analytics, Consulting, Growth and Scaling, Entrepreneurship/Start-ups, Social Impact, Investment Banking and Private Equity, Health- care Management, People's Skills, Market Place and Family Business which are designed to incorporate the desired skills in the students so as to prepare them for emerging industries. Our curriculum provides experiential learning through FIELD (Field Immersion Experiences for Leadership Development), Career Trek, Leadership Labs and Managerial Skills.