MBA in Financial Management
M.B.A. in Finance is a 2- year long postgraduate course divided across 4 semesters. Finance is the study of financial planning, economics, accounting, and other similar areas of operation in an organization or business. The first two semesters of the course are common between all students, and the last two focus on the candidates’ chosen subjects of finance-related specialization. M.B.A. in Financial Management: Course Objectives Listed here are some of the principle objectives of the course. The course aims to prepare eligible candidates to efficiently: understand key business functions such as bookkeeping, promoting, back, data frameworks and operations management. pursue area specializations such as Marketing, Financial Management, and Human Resource Management. develop leadership and team-building skills. manage ethical issues and multicultural diversity. develop and execute techniques and strategic tools to recognize, comprehend and analyze the various dimensions of the business environment. pursue scholarly research for finding solutions for real-life business problems for the benefit of the academia, business organizations, community, and the nation at large.