Master in business law through distance education
Master in Business Law equips the graduates with legal knowledge and skills to address legal issues in the daily working of an organization. We aim to develop an expert understanding of the legal scenarios and their impact on business. The knowledge, professional values and skills in this business specialisation will help you enhance your position in business law environments.
Business law degree deals with topics of business law or transaction. Students with any Bachelor’s or Post Graduate Degree or its equivalent, with a minimum of 50% marks are eligible for the Masters in Business Law through distance education. Final year degree students can also apply for a course in business law through
A Business law course comprises of components like Insurance Laws, Banking Law, Environment Law, Corporate Law, Law relating to Foreign Trade, Investment Laws, Intellectual Property Law, etc.
Bharathidasan University has taken utmost care in designing the course content for business studies online. The curriculum is a product of extensive research work, debates, and discussions by alumnus professors and industry experts. The university also conducts regular industry visits, and organises motivational talks by industry stalwarts, thus keeping the students up-to-date with the current scenario. The university has enabled the online business courses through a student portal where students can access e-books, course contents, projects, and assignments
The tech-savvy university has come up with a smartphone app, ‘avagmah’ to facilitate anytime, anywhere, access to the course content through the smartphone. This will help working professionals to pursue higher education without hindering their professional life.
Master’s in business law distance learning will take you at par with the bachelor of Law graduates. Master of business law will help you showcase yourself as a law officer, legal assistant or advisor. Online business degree programs can fetch you a job at the industries, commerce and trade departments, banks, government offices or private institutes.