The Financial Management specialization curriculum prepares students for careers in corporate finance, investments, commercial and investment banking, international finance, government finance, insurance, and real estate. The study of finance provides students with both the theoretical background and the analytical tools required to make effective, value-creating business decisions. As businesses operate in increasingly competitive global environments, and as individuals and institutions seek investments on a global scale, the core fundamental principles of finance and their applications become of greater value and importance.
The student who graduates with a major in Finance will be able to:
- Master the most current methods for analyzing, interpreting, and reporting financial information.
- Estimate short- and long-term financing needs.
- Prepare and analyze capital budgeting projects.
- Determine the value of potential acquisitions and analyze competitors.
- Describe the different dimensions of international finance.
- Use effective written and oral communication skills consistent with the business and professional environment.
- Think critically, analyze information, and solve problems related to complex financial issues.
Program Learning Outcomes
The program learning outcomes (PLOs) set out the academic learning, skills, and achievements that the student must reliably demonstrate before graduation.
Upon successful completion of the courses in the Finance program, the graduating students shall demonstrate:
- Understanding of managing for value creation and value maximization within the firm.
- Ability to integrate economic, market, industry, technical and financial information in decision-making.
- Skills in financial analysis.
- Knowledge of domestic and global financial markets and institutions.
- Knowledge of investment instruments and their analysis.
- Proficiency in understanding and using quantitative skills for financial decision making.
- Ability to use library and internet resources in researching financial problems and presenting their conclusions in a written and an oral report.
|Year 1||Semester 1||Block 1||MG4101||Management Principle and Organization Behaviour||4|
|Block 2||EC4101||Managerial Economics||4|
|Block 3||AC4101||Advance Business Accounting & Financial Management||4|
|Semester 2||Block 4||MA4101||Business Research Methods & Statistics||4|
|Block 5||MG4104||Marketing Principles and Practice||4|
|Block 6||MG4103||Strategic Management||4|
|Year 2||Semester 3||Block 7||FM4201||Security Analysis and Portfolio Management||4|
|Block 8||FM4202||Financial Derivatives Control and Audit||4|
|Block 9||FM4203||Risk Management (Financial Risk Management)||4|
|Semester 4||Block 10-12||MG4204||Project Work||9|
Master of Business Administration
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