Duration: 2.0 yrs |Mode: Regular|Avg. Fees: 7,00,000 / Year
1 (Courses) 3 (Institute)
Natural Resource Management is one of the newest specialisations of Master of Business Administration (MBA). It is a two-year programme and covers the study of soil, air, water, land, plants and various animals in order to understand how resources provided by the nature can be preserved for further generations. They also study methods to control exploitation of resources to maintain a balance between man and nature.
Fundamentals of Natural Resources
Business Communication – 1
Fundamentals of Ecology
Foreign Language – 1
Principle & Practice of Management
Natural Resource Economics
Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
Behavourial Science – 1
Accounting for Management
Computer Application, Remote Sensing & GIS
Business Communication – 2
Natural Resources Planning and Management
Policy and Policy Instruments for Natural Resources
Statistics in Resources Management
Behavourial Science – 2
Foreign Language – 2
Introduction to Remote Sensing/ GIS/ GPS for Natural Resources
Environmental Impact Assessment
Livelihood Issue and Natural Resources
Climate Change and Carbon Trading
Environmental Hazards and Risk Management
Solid Waste Management
Clean Development Mechanism
Renewable Energy Sources
Behavourial Science – 3
Wildlife Conservation and Management
Water Waste Management
Behavourial Science – 4
Business Communication – 3
Management of NTFPs and Medicinal Plants
Business Communication – 4
Foreign Language – 3
Forest Industries & NTFPs Marketing
Foreign Language – 4
Land Use Planning
Prevention of resources, both renewable and non-renewable, has become part of the national policies of almost all the countries in the world. Various state and national governments are taking initiatives to prevent natural resources and stop exploitation. There are various jobs in India as well as abroad where candidates can work after pursuing MBA in Natural Resource Management. The United Nations departments also recruit skilled managers who have knowledge in the field of resource management. UNESCO, UNICEF and other such organisations also recruit graduates who have pursued MBA in Natural Resource Management.
Starting salaries after pursuing MBA can vary from Rs. 3.5 lakh to Rs. 7 lakh depending on the college that the candidate has graduated from and its placement record. However, there are various overseas job that offer excellent packages in this field. International salaries can vary from Rs. 11 lakh Rs. 24 lakh. There is also a lot of scope for research in this field.
Following are some of the top colleges offering Management courses : International Management Institute (New Delhi) , Shailesh J Mehta School of Management (Mumbai) , Management Development Institute (Gurgaon) , Institute of Management Technology (Ghaziabad) , Institute of Management-Christ University (Bangalore). You can explore these colleges on our website to check if they offer MBA - Natural Resource Management or not.
The average fee for MBA - Natural Resource Management is INR 7,00,000 per year.
MBA - Natural Resource Management is a 2 year course.
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