MBA in Finance is a graduate-level business degree that focuses on the principles and practices of financial management.

The program aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in various financial roles in organizations, such as investment banking, corporate finance, asset management, and financial analysis.

The program often includes case studies, simulations, and group projects, which provide practical experience in applying theoretical concepts to real-world financial situations. Students also have the opportunity to network with industry professionals and participate in internships to gain hands-on experience.

Overall, an MBA Financial Management provides students with a solid foundation in financial theory and practice, equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in the dynamic and constantly evolving field of finance.


Passed Bachelor Degree from UGC approved University. Obtained at least 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying examination.

  • Duration
    2 Years
  • Fee (Per Semester)
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  • The teaching methodology of the program emphasizes practical application through the use of case studies.
  • The program also features a Faculty Mentoring Program, which assists students in their academic journey and serves as a comprehensive evaluation tool.
  • The program's ongoing evaluations and modifications ensure that the curriculum remains relevant and meets industry standards.

Curriculum Details

  • Management Concept and Processes
  • Introduction to Managerial Economics
  • Business Environment
  • Financial Accounting
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Computer Applications in Management
  • Business Legislation
  • Indian Ethos and Values

  • Marketing Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Research Methodology
  • Introduction to Business Communication
  • Financial Management
  • Production and Operation Management
  • Strategic Analysis and Choice
  • Project Formulation and Implementation
  • Operations Research.

  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Management of Financial Services
  • Management of Financial Institutions
  • Corporate Taxation
  • International Financial Management
  • Family Business Management
  • CSR, Ethics and Corporate Governance
  • Management Accounting
  • Innovation Management and Design Thinking
  • Building Entrepreneurial Culture and Team
  • Strategic Execution
  • Business Operations Management
  • Emerging Business Sectors and Technologies
  • Engineering Mathematics-I
  • Energy Auditing
  • Knowledge Management
  • Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
  • Wind and Solar Energy Systems

  • Internship (18 Weeks minimum)
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Program Outcomes (POs)

  • PO1


    Standard Operation in regular and special tasks: Student can now perform all his tasks regular, special, or emergency ones with all standards of safety, comfort and quality.

  • PO2

    Corrective measures and Alternative solutions to the problems: The student is always in a position to provide the corrective measures if something does not go in a desired manner and also has an alternative solution to every problem.

  • PO3

    Individual and teamwork: Students can function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leaders in diverse teams, and multidisciplinary.

  • PO4

    Communication Skills: Students should have now been able to communicate (business communication, verbal and non-verbal) in the best possible manner to all the stakeholders (employees, employers, clients etc).

  • PO5

    Universal Adaptability: Students can now be adaptive to any universal location and conditions for the effective delivery of goods and services.

  • PO6

    Ethics and Environment: Students will act in such a manner to serve society at large in an eco-friendly and ethical manner.

  • PO7

    Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

  • PO8

    Entrepreneur: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, management courses, law, economics, finance and other management specialization courses to become an entrepreneur.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1

    Able to apply the knowledge gained (using modern software tools and packages) during the course of the program in the aspects of financial management with respect to funds inflows and outflows.

  • PSO2

    Able to apply the knowledge gained during the course of the program in assessing and safeguarding the possible threats and risks involving in finance in financial institutions, corporate and society.

  • PSO3

    Act in the formation and implementation of financial policy related to budgeting and optimization of the projects undertaken.


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Students should be in a position to thrive and succeed in the corporate and hospitality industry.

Students should be capable enough to innovate and devise methods for customer satisfaction concerning quality and timely delivery of goods and services.

Students acquire the skills to become successful entrepreneurs.


Career Path

  • Investment banker
  • Portfolio analyst
  • Financial Advisor
  • Chartered Financial Analyst
  • Chartered Public Accountant
  • Certified Financial Planner
  • Financial Risk Manager


What is an MBA in Finance?

An MBA in Finance is a graduate-level business degree that provides students with advanced knowledge and skills in finance, including financial accounting, investments, risk management, corporate finance, financial analysis, and financial markets and institutions.

What skills are required to succeed in an MBA in Finance program?

To succeed in an MBA in Finance program, students need a strong foundation in mathematics, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, analytical, and decision-making skills. They should also have an interest in financial markets and a desire to learn about financial management practices.

What is the difference between an MBA in Finance and a Master's in Finance?

An MBA in Finance typically provides a broader education in business and management, with a focus on finance. In contrast, a Master's in Finance is more specialized and focuses solely on finance. An MBA in Finance may be more suitable for those interested in broader business aspects, while a Master's in Finance may be more appropriate for those interested in advanced finance concepts and techniques.

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