With an increase in number of students going for an MBA degree, the world's top universities for business have endeavoured into following an uncommon approach.
Following are the 5 unique MBA courses to pursue:
Henley Business School's MBA for Music & Creative Industries is drafted for business managers who are experienced in all fields of music industry.
This move is now recreated by Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) in alliance with the Berklee College of Music's online wing. This is done after the launch of the US' first fully online MBA program in music business.
2) Wine & Spirits MBA:
Bordeaux School of Management in France offers an MBA program in this category. Students are prepared with an in-depth knowledge of existing and traditional markets for a career in this industry, is what the school believes.
National sport of UK, hence the UK city of Liverpool, from where the most successful football teams come, is the best environment where one could expect an MBA program in Football Industries.
FIMBA, the University of Liverpool Management School is run in alliance with the English Football Association.
Executive MBA in Fashion at the London College of Fashion, a division of the University of Arts, London. Jane Shepherdson, chief executive of clothing brand Whistles, said, "The executive MBA in fashion is long overdue. A qualification that can help to develop talented visionary people in the fashion industry, and provide them with the requisite management skills to run businesses, will be invaluable to those individuals and the industry as a whole."
5) Maritime Trade - Shipping & Logistics:
Middlesex University provides a specialisation in maritime trade. The program is maintained in alliance with Lloyd's Maritime Academy. There is a provision to study this course online as well.
These are only the 5 unique MBA courses offered, but there are a lot more. The trend is considered to go on in years to come with more unusual MBA programs offered by universities.