The field of finance has undergone great changes in the last decade and now represents one of the most dynamic activities within companies of all sizes, as well as within nonprofit and governmental organizations. Executives with a background in finance head about one out of every three corporations today. The finance specalization is designed to provide both a sound theoretical and a conceptual framework for financial managers. Special emphasis is placed on growth and diversification policies, evaluation and management of securities portfolios, investment banking and merger strategies, analysis of foreign exchange rate movements, formulation of plans to reduce foreign exchange risk exposure and case and/or research projects dealing with contemporary financial issues.

Beyond the core curriculum of Financial and management accounting and Financial Management, students opting for financial management will be learning about, Equity Research and Portfolio Management, Financial Services, Derivatives Management, International Financial Management, Cost Management and Insurance Risk Management.

After completing the MBA program Finance students are expected to develop deep understanding, of financial markets and skills required for managing all the financial operations of any organization.


  • Financial services
  • Equity Research and Portfolio Management
  • Derivatives Management
  • Banking Regulations and Services
  • International Financial Management
  • Cost Management
  • Banking Risk Management
  • Insurance and Risk Management