University of Toledo – CS

University of Toledo – CS

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About University of Toledo

Located in Toledo, Ohio, UT is a student-centred institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Established in 1872, the university became a member of the state university system in 1967. In the summer of 2006, it merged with the Medical University of Ohio to create the state's third-largest public university operating budget.
Today, UT is one of 14 state universities in Ohio, and its primary mission is to 'improve the human condition'.
It offers more than 300 undergraduate, graduate and professional programmes and counts law, engineering, business and occupational therapy among its nationally ranked programmes.
  • Its commitment to: will guide the University of Toledo Foundation
  • Integrity, respect and transparency..
  • Earn respect, trust and confidence of donors and the general public.
  • Have a long-term perspective and focus on growing a sustainable organisation.
  • Our mission, and that of The University of Toledo, is to improve the human condition.
  • A demonstrated desire to achieve excellence through innovation.

Campus

The main university campus has nine residential halls, a Student Recreation Centre, a gothic bell tower, an avant-garde classroom centre in one of the buildings, the Memorial Field House, a football stadium, and a basketball and athletic complex.
Sporting the colours midnight blue and gold, university sports teams are known as The Rockets, a shortened version of ‘Skyrockets’, a name dating back to the 1920s.
Toledo is an industrial and entrepreneurial city known for its car assembly plants and glass manufacturing (hence its nickname ‘The Glass City’).
The campuses at UT offer 200 student organisations and art exhibitions, athletic games, theatre performances, and talks by public figures such as the radio host Robert F Kennedy Jr. and the author Toni Morrison.

City Conditions

THE GLASS CITY : The University of Toledo and the city of Toledo have a lot in common. Grit and determination. An innovative and engaged community. Add a dollop of Midwestern friendliness. Toledo is located in northwest Ohio near the shores of western Lake Erie. More than 600,000 people live, work and play in the Toledo metropolitan area. The city has long been known for its auto manufacturing and glass industry. But it has a growing reputation as a great place to start a career and make a home. Toledo is home to the famous Mud Hens baseball team, Jeep headquarters and the world-renowned Toledo Museum of Art. Enjoy family-owned restaurants that have been around for decades and recently-opened farm-to-table restaurants and microbreweries.

Housing

Apartment Guide has created a specialty apartment search for The University of Toledo to help students, faculty, and employees find the best off-campus living options. With a large inventory of multifamily apartments, students won’t have to waste their valuable time looking all over.
All first-year and second-year students who live outside of a twenty-five-mile radius from the university must live on campus and participate in the meal plan program. Living on campus allows students to focus on what matters most. Statistics show students who live on campus have higher grade point averages, are more involved, and have higher retention rates.
Conveniently located close to dining and classes, on-campus housing is a hassle-free, safe home to live with friends and enjoy the University of Toledo in students' backyard. As a student required to live on campus next academic year, we recommend students apply now so current residents can get the best choice of rooms on campus.

Indian student association

The Indian Students Cultural Organisation (ISCO) is a non-profit organisation for all students from India, of Indian descent, or interested in Indian culture. It has been given the Best Student Organisation Award consecutively from 2001 to 2004 and the 3rd Best Student Organisation Award for 2014-2015. Our primary objectives are to promote service and leadership opportunities and create an environment where students of different backgrounds can bond over our beloved culture. For our many international students, we know how tough it is to travel to a new country, thousands of miles away from home, and to settle down in American culture, as well as feeling homesick from all your friends and family back home. Our Indian-American students understand how important it is to find people like you who understand the balance of being both American and Indian and making sure you still stay connected to your heritage. We endeavour to complement student academic programs and enhance the overall educational experience of students through their participation in social, cultural, intellectual, and recreational activities. Our organisation tries to spread the word of “togetherness” by bringing one community to share Indian culture, regardless of gender, race, orientation, etc.

Why Choose University of Toledo ?

University of Toledo was founded in 1872 and is accredited by Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.University of Toledo offers more than 300 undergraduate program and is one of the 14 state universities in Ohio state. University of Toledo and Medical University of Ohio merged in 2007 and are now the 3rd largest Public University in the state.

Accredition

Top Ranking

Generous Scholarships

With six campuses and centres in the Fraser Valley and a growing campus in Chandigarh, India

Generous Scholarships

Vidyalankar Students have been given Sisters Award Scholarship which reduces the expense substantially

Great Career Outcomes

Almost All our students have been placed in renowned MNCs.

Excellent Support

International Office is very efficient to handhold all International Students

About Master of Business Administration

Each student may select up to two majors. The substitution of any courses for a major requires the written approval of the appropriate Department Chair. No more than one independent study/research paper (three hours) may be taken in lieu of a course to fulfil a specialisation requirement, and no more than one course will be allowed to count towards two majors in the M.B.A. program.
MBA students can choose from the following nine majors:
1. Administration
2. Finance
3. Public Health Management
4. Human Resource Management
5. Information Systems
6. International Business
7. Leadership
8. Marketing: Marketing Management or Professional Sales
9. Operations and Supply Chain Management

Program Structure

  • The MBA course is a 2 year Full Time Masters Program.
  • Students who have successfully completed the first 2 Semesters of the Mumbai University MMS program at VIT
  • After successful completion of 2 semesters at VIT MMS program students can opt to transfer to University of Toledo. Such students are accepted by University of Toledo, directly into the 2nd year of MBA

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Requirements

Transfer Requirements

Excellent Career Opportunities

For MBA, MSA and EMBA students in the College of Business and Innovation, the Business and Career Programs Office has been developed as a resource for those entering into today's job market or for those wanting to fine-tune their existing resumes. Knowing how to search for a job effectively can be as important as the specific qualifications required for the position. Studies show you can significantly increase your chances of finding the right job and getting hired by developing your network, researching employers and targeting those employers that are a good match with your skills, interests and experiences.
Services available include:

MBA

Semester Course and Sub-topic Course Type
Semester 1 1.Management Functions and Organizational Behaviour Core
   a.Introduction to Management
   b. Planning and Controlling
   c.Organizing and Leading
   d.Organizational Behaviour and Perception
2.Business Communication Core
   a.Communication in Business Organizations
   b.Communication Theory
   c.Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
   d.Formal Conversations and making Oral Presentations
   e.Written Business Communication
   f. Negotiation Skills
3.Financial and Managerial Accounting Core
   a.Management Accounting: An Overview
   b.Using Financial Statements
   c.Cost Accumulation/Determination
   d.Profit Planning
   e.Cost Control
   f. Decision Making
4.Introduction to Information Technology Core
   a.IT in Business Environment
   b.IT Infrastructure
   c.Applying for Competitive advantage
   d.Achieving Informational and Organizational Goals
5.Managerial Economics Core
   a.Introduction, Utility of Managerial Economics, Equilibrium and Related Concepts
   b.The Theory of Demand
   c.The Theory of Production
   d.Pricing and Output Decisions
   e.Alternate Theories of the Firm
   f. Decision Making under Risk and Uncertainty
6.Business Statistics Core
   a.Basic Statistics with Summary Measures and Graphic Representation of Data
   b.Basics of Probability
   c.Sampling Methods and Statistical Distribution
   d.Hypothesis Testing
   e.Analysis of Variance
   f. Correlation, Linear Regression and Time Series Analysis
Semester 2 1.Operations Management Core
   a.Basic Concepts
   b.Product and Process Design
   c.Facility Location Planning and Facility Layout
   d.Capacity Design and Planning
   e.Productivity and Work Study
   f. Materials, Purchasing and Stores Management
   g.Inventory Management
h.Management for Quality
i. Maintenance Management
2.Human Resource Management Core
   a.Introduction to Human Resource Management
   b.Acquiring and Deploying Human Resources
   c.Assessing, Rewarding and Developing Human Resources
   d.Management of Non-Executives
   e.Emerging Issues in Human Resource Management
3.Marketing Management Core
   a.Introduction to Marketing Management
   b.Analysing Marketing Opportunities
   c.Identifying Marketing Segment, Targeting and Positioning
   d.Formulation Marketing Strategies
   e.Marketing Decisions
   f. Managing and Delivering Marketing Programs
   g.Marketing in 21st Century
4.Economic and Social Environment Core
   a.Concept of Business Environment
   b.Political-legal Environment
   c.Economic Environment
   d.Technological and Socio-Cultural Environment
   e.International Economic Environment
5.Research Methodology Core
   a.Overview of Marketing Research
   b.Research Design and Formulation
   c.Measurement and Data Collection
   d.Data Analysis and Reporting
6.Financial Management Core
   a.Nature and Financial Management
   b.Capital Budgeting
   c.Financial Issue Management
   d.Working Capital Management
Summer Course 1.Supply Chain Management Core
2.International Business Core
3.Strategic Marketing and Analysis Core
4.Operations Management Core
5.Result Based Management Core
Semester 3 ad 4 1.Corporate Finance Mandatory Pre-requisites
2.Info Technology and E-Business Mandatory Pre-requisites
3.Strategic Management Capstone Mandatory Pre-requisites
Major/Area of Specialization
1.FINANCE
Choose any three courses listed below:
   a.Advanced Corporate Finance Elective
   b.Investments & Securities Analysis Elective
   c. Financial Institutions & Markets Elective
   d.Derivative Securities Elective
   e. MBA International FINANCIAL MGMT Elective
   f.  Student Managed Portfolio Elective
   g. Research in Finance (Instructor permission only) Elective
2.HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Choose any three courses listed below:
   a.Employment & Labour Law Elective
   b.Advanced Negotiation & Conflict Management Elective
   c. Performance Management Elective
   d.Current Topics in HURM Elective
   e. Talent Management Elective
   f.  Human Resource Information Systems Elective
3.INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Choose any three courses listed below:
   a.Business Intelligence Management Elective
   b.Data Mining Elective
   c. Systems Analysis and Design Elective
   d.Information Storage and Retrieval Structures Elective
   e. Management of IS Security Elective
   f.  ERP Sys Configuration & Integration Elective
   g. Contemporary Topics Elective
h.Network Communications Elective
4.INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Choose any three courses listed below:
   a.Study Abroad
   b.International Financial Management Elective
   c. International Marketing Elective
   d.Global Sales & Strategic Customer Management Elective
   e. Special Topics (Consult with Advisor: appropriate topic in international setting only) Elective
5.Marketing Management
Take both courses listed below:
   a.Customer Relationship Marketing Elective/Core if chosen
   b.Integrated Marketing Communications Elective/Core if chosen
In addition, choose one of the courses listed below:
   a.Study Abroad Elective
   b.Sales Force Leadership & Strategy Elective
   c. Global Sales & Strategic Customer Management Elective
   d.Strategic Brand Management Elective
   e. International Marketing Elective
   f.  Special Topics Elective
6.Professional Sales
Take both courses listed below:
   a.Sales Force Leadership & Strategy Elective/Core if chosen
   b.Global Sales & Strategic Account Management Elective/Core if chosen
In addition, choose one of the courses listed below:
   a.Study Abroad Elective
   b.Customer Relationship Management Elective
   c. Integrated Marketing Communications Elective
   d.Special Topics Elective
7.LEADERSHIP
Take all four courses listed below:
   a.Leading Through Ethical Decisions Elective
   b.Leading and Developing Yourself Elective
   c.Leading with Power and Influence Elective
   d.Leading Change and Organisational Improvement Elective
8.OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Take both courses listed below:
   a.Quality Management and Six Sigma Elective/Core if chosen
   b.Supply Chain Resources Management Elective/Core if chosen
In addition, choose one of the courses listed below:
   a.Essentials of Business Analytics Elective
   b.Simulation and Waiting Lines Elective
   c. ERP Systems Process Management Elective
   d.Special Topics in OSCM Elective
9.PUBLIC HEALTH MANAGEMENT
Students majoring in Public Health Management must complete all of the following courses.
   a.Public Health Epidemiology Elective/Core if chosen
   b.Management and Leadership in Public Health Elective/Core if chosen
   c. Concepts and Issues in Environmental Health Elective/Core if chosen
   d.Issues in Public Health Elective/Core if chosen

Fees

Tuition & Living Expense

Year Fees Type
1st Year ₹1500 Application fees
₹7,00,000 Tuition fees
₹0 Living expense
2nd Year USD $14,000 (approx ₹ 10,50,000) Estimated Tuition fee
USD $8,000 (approx ₹ 6,00,000) Estimated Living expense

Addition expenses

Particulars Tentative Expense
Health Insurance ₹ 1,87,500
IELTS Registration ₹ 14,700
VISA fees USD $160 (approx ₹ 12,00)
Airfare USD $850 (approx ₹ 63,750 )

Scholarships

Award Amount $7,500 or $8,500

Course Co-Ordinator

Jay Bhatt

Assistant Professor

Department of Management Studies Convener, Entrepreneurship Cell, VIT Member - BMA

I got into the academic field after an overall 17 years of industry experience. It was this industry experience for which I have been teaching subjects ranging from Marketing to Operations to International Business. Being born in an entrepreneurial family, it was only natural to follow the footsteps of my predecessors. I had joined my father in business long before I had graduated. We were into assembling and marketing of bio-medical equipment, mainly physiotherapy equipment. After having joined, I expanded the product range to include imported equipment mainly of American and Italian make. I also successfully entered into exports mainly through channels into the African markets! I managed to expand the annual turnover to three times the original size and sustained it at that level for more than half a decade! It was due to this experience that I have been successfully teaching Entrepreneurship Management and run an Entrepreneurship Cell. In the later stage, I moved into the job market to begin my career afresh.

I then joined Zycus Software Pvt. Ltd. as a Health Care Business Analyst as I had a rich experience of medical equipment and devices. My main role was UNSPC classification. My experience with an Indian MNC I.T. company helped to teach subjects like Technology Management. I realized that to go ahead I had to have a higher qualification. I worked on the side and enrolled for an MBA degree in an American University. I felt since I was out of the SME sector and into the bigger world, I had to have a global exposure. I took a sabbatical from work, used up my life savings and got into academics after a gap of 15 years! My stay in the U.S. and exposure to the American universities changed the course of my life and my thinking to a large extent. Earlier academics was something to leave behind…...I suddenly realized I loved academics and the academic environment! Continual interactions with the faculty and having spent a large time with American academics made my decision concrete of starting my second innings in academics and I continue to remain thankful for that.

On my return I started working with a medico marketing company and also started working as a visiting faculty at N.M.I.M.S. After a couple of years, I joined Vidyalankar as a full-time faculty. I then realized that it was due to my varied industry experience. My other professional interests which I am currently working on are business consulting and new product development. Being from the Biomedical industry, the new product ideas that I have in my mind are again medical devices which I intend to work upon, using my own capital, which I am currently accumulating, for using on R&D. Once an entrepreneur always an entrepreneur! The bug hasn’t left me still. Being the Convener of the Entrepreneurship Cell, I have almost made it my life’s mission to motivate students to become entrepreneurs. I am also pursuing my Doctoral program and looking to start new product development and consulting shortly.

Amongst my personal interests and hobbies, I love trekking and have been fortunate enough to have trekked the Himalayas and the Sahyadri range. I have trekked up the Gaumukh trail (the origin of the Ganges) twice. I swim very regularly and love long walks. I am passionate about cricket and had represented my school at various levels. That apart, I am also an avid reader, love to travel and a passionate foodie!

Qualification

Experience

Email

jay.bhatt@vit.edu.in
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